A 1627 large semi-detached period home with a lot of remaining features including wonderful inglenook fireplaces, original stairs, cottage style kitchen, period utility room, exposed timber beams and large light and airy rooms.
Walking you through the house you have a large reception hallway with a heavy hung timber door and lovely slate floor. The snug lounge is to the right with a stunning inglenook fireplace that creates a fantastic focal point to the room. The dining room is also a lovely sizeable room with inglenook fireplace. Another stunning focal point and a perfect room to socialise and entertain in. The kitchen is well fitted out, bursting with cottage country charm! A range of cream cupboard space plenty of preparation space, vaulted ceilings all very light and airy throughout. To the first floor you have 3 spacious double bedrooms which have been fitted out and nicely decorated perfect for the new owners. The main bedroom is a particularly good sized double with plenty of elbow room.
Panning permission is in place to extend the kitchen into a large kitchen dining room also to in-corp a ground floor WC and utility space and master bedroom (4) with en suite. Drawing numbers 1226/01E
The house has the unusual great combinations of being 16th century with charm, character and a story to tell. However, being the best of some modern necessities like double glazing, modern wood burning stove, slate and tiled flooring, new bathroom suites and lots more. We recommend an internal viewing to fully grasp the space on show. Call us today to arrange your viewing
Monkleigh is a small village situated between the Port and Market town of Bideford (4 miles) and Great Torrington (3 miles) with its own highly regarded and sought after primary school, village Church and local Tavern. The larger nearby towns provide an extensive range of shops, amenities and secondary educational facilities whilst the seaside village of Westward Ho! with its long sandy beach, miles of Cliffside walks and adjoining Champion Golf Course lies just 7 miles to the north. Other places of interest within the locality include Yachting and Sailing upon the river Torridge with a Marina at Instow and the Tarka Trail popular as a cycling and walking route.
The garden of this property is where it really excels further, situated on a healthy plot that extends approx. 0.15 acres in size, laid mostly to lawn, there is a space at the moment that the current owners use for small holding, ideal for chickens, ducks or small feathered friends. There is a large hard standing to the rear perfect for seating or summers entertaining. A spot further down the garden is perfect for alfresco dining overlooking the field at the rear. To the front is a lovely frontage with ample hard standing driveway parking for 5+ cars. Level access to the larger than you'd first expect single garage with light and power connected.
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