The property briefly comprises one of two attached Period Cottages set just south of the road that runs between Instow and Barnstaple in a semi rural location backing onto fields and particularly accessible. The property has 3 bedrooms, family bathroom, newly refurbished shower room, entrance hall, large sitting room with gas fired wood burning effect stove, dining room overlooking the garden, kitchen/breakfast room, side entrance/boot room with cupboard and store room with freezer and bicycles.
To the front a level lawned area with parking for 3/ 4 vehicles and to the rear a large enclosed garden, private with stone patio and terraces, hobbies room/studio with panel heater and beyond poultry run, timber garden storage shed, greenhouse and a mature garden with a variety of shrubs and trees and all being particularly well presented.
The property is set in the countryside that sits between Bickington to the east and Fremington to the west. Access to the Tarka Trail is under a mile to the north, a traffic free footpath and cycle track that runs along the Taw and Torridge Estuary. To the west is Instow with its sandy beach, restaurants and coffee shops and to the east Barnstaple, the ancient borough and administrative centre for North Devon. To the west at Fremington about a half mile are an excellent range of local facilities with the ancient parish church, medical centre , village inns, chinese restaurant, fish and chip shop, local supermarket with post office and local Boots store, whilst Barnstaple just three miles to the east has a comprehensive range of facilities, Green Lanes Shopping Centre, out of town superstores, live theatre, leisure centre, tennis courts and a sprinter train service running through to the catherdral city of Exeter. From the town, direct access on the A361/North Devon Link Road which provides much improved communications to and from the North Devon area, connecting directly as it does through to Jctn 27 on the M5 motorway
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