Situated within the sought after Devonshire unspoiled village of Iddesleigh with its famous pub, The Duke of York as well as it connections with the Parson Jack Russell. The property is in the heart of 'War Horse' country made famous by local author Michael Morpurgo and benefits from having easy access to the nearby former market town of Hatherleigh that offers a traditional range of local amenities including county primary school, doctor's surgery, range of public houses, newsagents/post office and supermarket. The nearby town of Okehampton is about 20 minutes’ drive away offering several supermarkets, a bank as well as many interesting locally owned shops. Primary and secondary education is well catered for in local schools. By the town's park is a leisure centre with an indoor heated swimming pool. Most sports are available including 18 hole golf course, squash courts and thriving rugby and football clubs. At Okehampton you are able to join the A30 for an easy commute to Exeter or into Cornwall or to join the M5 motorway. Both the North Coast of the County and the open expanses of Dartmoor National Park are easily accessible by car.
Solid wooden door leading into:
Stable door leading into dining room and door into:
14' 7'' x 15' 6'' (4.44m x 4.72m) maximum
Window to front. Open fire with iron grate and brick hearth with wooden mantle. Exposed ceiling beam. Door into:
13' 7'' x 11' 9'' (4.14m x 3.58m)
Window to front. Door leading to outside. Stone fireplace with bread oven. Under stairs cupboard. Stairs rising to first floor. Subject to the necessary consents this part of the property could be extended using the garage and would create an ideal second cottage or ancillary accommodation.
15' 1'' x 13' 1'' (4.59m x 3.98m)
Window to front with views. Built in cupboard over the stairs.
Stable door from the entrance hallway leads into;
14' 7'' x 14' 6'' (4.44m x 4.42m)
Window to front with window seat. Range of built in period cupboards. Large open fireplace with bread oven. Exposed ceiling beams. Door into:
Currently split into two sections.
8' 11'' x 8' 1''
Velux window. Opening into:
8' 9'' x 8' 3''
Two windows to rear. Wash hand basin with hot and cold taps over. Stairs rising to first floor. Door into;
Doors leading out to the courtyard garden and;
8' 9'' x 8' 8'' (2.66m x 2.64m) L -shaped
Obscured glazed window to rear. Roof skylight window. Low level WC. Panel enclosed bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over. Sink and pedestal with hot and cold tap over. Door into:
WALK IN CUPBOARD:
Hot water cylinder with immersion heater.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING:
Period latch doors leading into three bedrooms all with exposed period floorboards.
14' 10'' x 14' 7'' (4.52m x 4.44m) maximum
Window to front with views.
11' 5'' x 11' 1'' (3.48m x 3.38m)
Window to front with views. Hatch providing access to the old pub light.
14' 7'' x 12' 7'' (4.44m x 3.83m) maximum
Attractive stained glass door. Window to front with views. Open fireplace. Loft hatch.
To the front of the property there is a step that leads to the front door. Either side of the front door there is a cobbled small front garden which is perfect for potted plants to add a dash of colour to the front of the cottage.
To the rear of the property there is an enclosed courtyard garden which can be accessed via the door from the rear hall, the garage or a pedestrian gate from the rear of the property. There is a stone built retaining wall that adds a nice feature and character to the courtyard. It would be ideal for someone wanting a low maintenance garden. The rear garden also provides access to the outbuilding.
22' 0'' x 7' 11'' (6.70m x 2.41m)
Cob and stone construction. Door leading out to rear garden. Double wooden doors to the road.
Currently divided into two sections:
SECTION ONE: 5' 10'' x 5' 4'' WC.
SECTION TWO: Currently utilised for storage.
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
West Devon Borough Council