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£227,500

2 bed house for sale

Bishops Nympton, South Molton, Devon, EX36

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  • Property type:Semi-detached house
  • Bedrooms:2
  • Time on market:4 months
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A quintessential thatched cottage of exceptional character in a tranquil rural Devon village. Grade II Listed. EPC=Exempt

The Pottery, a Grade II listed property, is believed to date from the mid 1600's and, as such, is probably one of the oldest in the village. All the roof timbers and thatch was replaced in 2018. It is now offered for sale in excellent decorative order and would be ideal as a permanent or second/holiday home. In recent years it has been successfully "holiday let" and is available on a "lock, stock and barrel" basis (by separate negotiation) if required.
Please refer to the attached floor plan and the accommodation comprises:
The property is accessed at the front via a stable-type door with a glazed "bullseyes panel" which leads to the LIVING ROOM/KITCHEN, a wonderful "open-plan" room of much character having two windows to the front, open fire with attractive stone surround and many exposed ceiling and wall timbers. Kitchen area fitted with a good range of units including 1.5 bowl sink and numerous fitted units and inbuilt cooker/hob with extractor unit over. Doors to outside and enclosed staircase to:
FIRST FLOOR
The TWO BEDROOMS are both of a good size with each having windows to the front and hanging wardrobes.
The BATHROOM has been updated recently, is extensively tiled and fitted with a three piece suite in white with an "L-shaped" shower bath, Triton over bath shower unit and screen.

The Pottery occupies a delightful position in the very centre of Bishops Nympton, a popular village which provides a useful range of local amenities including a community run village shop, village hall, parish church and well-regarded primary school. The bustling market town of South Molton lies a short distance to the north west and provides an excellent range of everyday services including shops, primary and secondary schools, restaurants and bank, together with a Sainsbury's supermarket, a health centre, recreational facilities and a cottage hospital. The A361 North Devon link road is within easy driving distance providing access to the larger regional centre of Barnstaple as well as Tiverton and the M5 motorway (Junction 27). Mainline intercity rail links are available at Tiverton Parkway (London Paddington approx. 2 hours) with international airports at Exeter and Bristol. Nearby Exmoor offers beautiful moorland scenery with many foot and bridle paths whilst the north coast is easily accessible with lovely sandy beaches at Instow, Saunton Sands, Croyde Bay, Putsborough and Woolacombe.

A brick-paved pathway leads at the side of the cottage to the rear where there is a most delightful "cottage garden" with a gravelled "sitting out" area and a BBQ. OUT HOUSE (6ft x 6ft approx) with plumbing for washing machine. At the far end of the garden is a raised DECK (12ft x 10ft approx.) which is a wonderful spot for an evening gin and tonic and from where, far reaching views are enjoyed over the surrounding countryside. Beneath the deck, and accessed via a path from the garden, is a useful store shed/log store.

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£227,500

2 bed house for sale

Bishops Nympton, South Molton, Devon, EX36
A quintessential thatched cottage of exceptional character in a tranquil rural Devon village. Grade II Listed. EPC=Exempt

The Pottery, a Grade II listed property, is believed to date from the mid 1600's and, as such, is probably one of the oldest in the village. All the roof timbers and thatch was replaced in 2018. It is now offered for sale in excellent decorative order and would be ideal as a permanent or second/holiday home. In recent years it has been successfully "holiday let" and is available on a "lock, stock and barrel" basis (by separate negotiation) if required.
Please refer to the attached floor plan and the accommodation comprises:
The property is accessed at the front via a stable-type door with a glazed "bullseyes panel" which leads to the LIVING ROOM/KITCHEN, a wonderful "open-plan" room of much character having two windows to the front, open fire with attractive stone surround and many exposed ceiling and wall timbers. Kitchen area fitted with a good range of units including 1.5 bowl sink and numerous fitted units and inbuilt cooker/hob with extractor unit over. Doors to outside and enclosed staircase to:
FIRST FLOOR
The TWO BEDROOMS are both of a good size with each having windows to the front and hanging wardrobes.
The BATHROOM has been updated recently, is extensively tiled and fitted with a three piece suite in white with an "L-shaped" shower bath, Triton over bath shower unit and screen.

The Pottery occupies a delightful position in the very centre of Bishops Nympton, a popular village which provides a useful range of local amenities including a community run village shop, village hall, parish church and well-regarded primary school. The bustling market town of South Molton lies a short distance to the north west and provides an excellent range of everyday services including shops, primary and secondary schools, restaurants and bank, together with a Sainsbury's supermarket, a health centre, recreational facilities and a cottage hospital. The A361 North Devon link road is within easy driving distance providing access to the larger regional centre of Barnstaple as well as Tiverton and the M5 motorway (Junction 27). Mainline intercity rail links are available at Tiverton Parkway (London Paddington approx. 2 hours) with international airports at Exeter and Bristol. Nearby Exmoor offers beautiful moorland scenery with many foot and bridle paths whilst the north coast is easily accessible with lovely sandy beaches at Instow, Saunton Sands, Croyde Bay, Putsborough and Woolacombe.

A brick-paved pathway leads at the side of the cottage to the rear where there is a most delightful "cottage garden" with a gravelled "sitting out" area and a BBQ. OUT HOUSE (6ft x 6ft approx) with plumbing for washing machine. At the far end of the garden is a raised DECK (12ft x 10ft approx.) which is a wonderful spot for an evening gin and tonic and from where, far reaching views are enjoyed over the surrounding countryside. Beneath the deck, and accessed via a path from the garden, is a useful store shed/log store.