The Oyster is an individual detached bungalow, found on the edge of the community led village of Colebrooke, with fields beyond the rear garden giving it rural views from its sizeable plot.
The accommodation extends to nearly 2,000sqft, there are four double bedrooms, two with en-suites (the master having a dressing area & en-suite bathroom) and a family bathroom. The living room has an open fire, double doors to the garden (space for sunroom extension if desired) and an opening to the dining area. There is also a kitchen breakfast room with an adjoining utility room. Heating is via modern Dimplex Quantum electric heaters and the property is double glazed.
Outside: The sizeable plot offers ample parking for 7-8 cars to the front via the sweeping driveway, which leads to the double garage (light & power). There are lawned gardens to both sides (approx. 20-27m long) with the south-facing rear garden which backs onto fields extending to around 40m x 12m.
Although the property is in need of some updating, this offers a fantastic opportunity for someone to create a lovely home to their own taste, in fantastic gardens!
Please see the floorplan for room sizes.
Current Council Tax: E
Utilities: Mains electric, water, telephone & broadband
Fastest broadband speed within this postcode: Up to 67Mbps (Rightmove)
Drainage: Private septic tank
Heating: Dimplex Quantum electric heaters
COLEBROOKE is a compact, pastoral village in the heart of a low-lying part of Devon; characterised by a gentler landscape, patches of dense broadleaf woodland and from time to time flourishing orchards. Its church is a key focal point, and famous for its connection to Henry Kingsley’s novel ‘The Recollections of Geoffrey Hamlyn’. Furthermore, it is the speculated home of the mythological ‘Uncle Tom Cobley’, a treasured character from the Devonian folk song ‘Widecombe Fair’. It is said he was an “amorous bachelor” with fiery red hair. For a delicious, freshly prepared meal The New Inn in Coleford is only half a mile away. The village of Yeoford is 2 miles southward. This has another great local pub, The Mare and Foal – with a pleasant stream-side beer garden. In addition, there is a railway station and primary school. For a greater range of facilities, the market town of Crediton is a 10-minute drive away.
DIRECTIONS – From the centre of the village take the road sign posted ‘Yeoford’ and it’s the 2nd driveway on your right.
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