Located within the pretty village centre, this end terraced cottage is full of character and history. It has been recently renovated in a sympathetic manner with plenty of features still on show including exposed beams, ledge and brace doors and the open fireplace. The space is light for a cottage and with useful additions which are often not found in properties like this. There is a lovely entrance with space for coats, a study is found off the sitting room and the kitchen/breakfast room has a useful utility space and a rear porch giving a buffer to the outside. The whole property has been recently redecorated in neutral colours and new carpets. The windows are timber double glazed and there is oil fired central heating throughout.
At the rear is a lovely 50ft garden with shed, lawn and patio. The garden is a really special feature of the property and is somewhat of a blank canvass for a new owner.
Agents Notes: There is a small area of flying freehold which is on a separate title to the main house and garden. There is a right of way for the neighbour across the rear of the house.
Please see the floorplan for room sizes.
Council Tax: B (Mid Devon)
Utilities: Mains water, electric, telephone & broadband
Drainage: Mains drainage
Heating: Oil central heating
EPC : E
DIRECTIONS : From Crediton, proceed through the villages of Sandford, Kennerleigh and into Black Dog. Turn right at the Black Dog Inn and continue for approx. 1.8 miles and upon reaching Puddington, the cottage will be on your left.
From Tiverton take the B3137 towards Witheridge. Proceed through Withleigh and up through Cruwys Morchard woods, passing Pages Cross and take the next turning left at Peak Cross, signposted Puddington and Black Dog. Proceed for about three miles until you reach the village of Puddington, proceed into the village and bear right at Puddington Cross and the cottage will be found on your right.
PUDDINGTON is a village near the source of the River Creedy, graced on all sides by blissful, undeveloped countryside. It creates a triangle with the market towns of Crediton (8 miles to the south) and Tiverton (7 miles to the east) – each with an up to date choice of shopping, educational and leisure facilities. Puddington is thought to have Saxon origins, and blossomed to life when Devon formed part of ‘Wessex’. The village name may have evolved from ‘Putta’s Tun’, a farmstead or settlement belonging to ‘Putta’, a Saxon chief. Moving forward in time, it is well known that the Puddington of today is a calm and attractive place – with a core of classically Devonian thatched cottages, and a welcoming, yet close-knit community. In essence, it is the epitome of a country getaway. Nearby Witheridge has a good primary school, village shop with post office, newsagent, barber and hairdresser, and is now blessed with a French restaurant as well as a good pub.
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