This very attractive Grade II Listed double fronted stone-built end cottage is found in a quiet village location and is being sold with no onward chain.
The well-presented and improved accommodation includes three bedrooms and a white suite bathroom upstairs (with shower and screen over the bath), with the ground floor being of an open-plan nature giving flexibility on how the next owner dresses and uses the space. The dining area has an attached study and an opening through to the spacious lounge area with a recently installed wood-burning stove. A breakfast bar leads to the kitchen with a new oak worktop and matching shelves (integrated Neff oven and hob, washing machine, fridge and freezer can also be included). The property has LPG gas central heating throughout and all light fittings will stay.
Other improvements made by the current owner include upgraded electrics, including a new fuse box, replacing the kitchen roof and the planting of rose and fruit bushes.
To the rear is an enclosed courtyard (7m x 5.7m) with a storage shed/store with power and a chest freezer if desired (plus rear access for gas bottle access and removing refuse/recycling). To the front (across the quiet lane) is a lovely garden area (approximately 17m long) with new fencing and new and mature trees growing around a central lawn. There is also an allocated parking space within that area.
Please see the floorplan for room sizes.
Council Tax: B
Utilities: Mains electric, water, telephone and broadband, plus LPG gas bottles
Broadband: Superfast enabled
Drainage: Mains drainage
Heating: LPG gas central heating
Listed: Grade II Listed
DIRECTIONS : From Crediton take the A377 towards Barnstaple, going through Copplestone (4 miles), keeping on the A377 and approximately 1.5 miles from Copplestone turn left onto the B3220 Winkleigh Road. Follow this road for approximately 3 miles and turn right as signed to Coldridge and the village is about 1 mile along this road. Proceed into the village, going past the green (on your right). Fork right, and 4 South View will be seen on the right.
COLDRIDGE is a secluded, undisturbed village not far to the north of Dartmoor National Park. Until the early 1900s it was known as ‘Coleridge’ – it is thought to mean the “ridge where charcoal is made”, a sound conclusion, and once where there were wooded hills, now lie green pastures. It rests along the epic ‘Two Moors Way’, a trail that runs from Devon’s South to North Coast – more than an idle wander. For access to a comprehensive choice of facilities the town of Crediton is 9 miles away, a short trip. The nearest train station is Morchard Road, 4 miles away – this sits along the Tarka Line that twists through some of the most scenic parts of Devon, through open country and hidden gorges from the City of Exeter all the way to Barnstaple.
Enter your details and we'll contact you to arrange your Meeting with one of our experts.
Enter your details and we'll contact you to arrange your viewing.