A DETACHED generous and very versatile accommodation with potential to extend. Well maintained GARDENS and SOLAR ENERGY. Delightful village edge location. Outstanding VIEWS.
SITUATION This very spacious property is situated towards the outskirts of the rural village of Broadwoodkelly with the village of Winkleigh some 2.5 miles to the North and the larger former market town of Okehampton 8 miles to the South.
Winkleigh is a very pleasant village with a thriving community and amenities including a post office; butchers shop and doctor's surgery, veterinary surgery, places of worship, primary school, village hall, community centre and two public houses within the village. There are a wide range of social clubs and activities for those wishing to partake in recreational and leisure activities. The North coasts of both
Devon and Cornwall are easily accessible from Winkleigh thus making it the ideal place for those wishing to enjoy convenient access to coastal activities.
Okehampton lies on the northern edge of Dartmoor National Park. It is approximately 30 miles from both the north and south Devon coasts. There are superb local beauty spots where one may enjoy walking, riding and fishing. The shopping area contains several banks and supermarkets as well as many interesting locally owned shops. Primary and secondary education is well catered for in local schools. The recreation ground and park contains, amongst other things, a covered heated swimming pool. Most sports are available including an18 hole golf course, squash courts, indoor rifle range and thriving rugby and soccer clubs.
DESCRIPTION Of standard construction and built in 1973, the property has generous and versatile accommodation and sits within its own plot of approximately 0.3 acre. With insulated block and brick cavity wall construction under an attractive terracotta tiled pitched roof, the property is well-appointed with the potential to extend further. In brief the accommodation comprises: Entrance hall; kitchen/breakfast room; rear lobby with adjoining boiler room; dining room; dual aspect sitting room with mezzanine balcony; cloakroom; shower room; with 2 bedrooms and a large study completing the ground floor. To the first floor there are a further 2 bedrooms, a bathroom and a door giving access to an extensive loft area.
Delightful gardens wrap around the property and the driveway leads to a 3 bay open garage with inspection pit, power and roof mounted solar panels providing free day time electricity and a feed-in tariff of approximately £1,700 per annum. A delightful home with further potential in a desirable rural location. Mansbridge Balment are delighted to be appointed as sole agents in the sale and viewing is highly recommended.
Reference made to any fixture, fittings, appliances or any of the building services does not imply that they are in working order or have been tested by us. Purchasers should establish the suitability and working condition of these items and services themselves.
The accommodation, together with approximate room sizes, is as follows:
OPEN PORCH With outside light and solid main Entrance Door with glazed inserts leads to:
ENTRANCE HALL Windows to front elevation; radiator; doors to;
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 19' 8" x 12' 10" (6.01m x 3.93m) maximum Dual aspect; oil-fired Aga; extensive range of Oak floor and wall mounted units under roll top work surfaces; appliance space for electric cooker; appliance space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and dishwasher; one and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap and tiled splashbacks; walk-in pantry; radiator.
REAR LOBBY With door to outside; integral door to carport and doors to;
BOILER ROOM Housing oil-fired boiler and storage space.
DINING ROOM 14' 11" x 11' 8" (4.57m x 3.58m) Window to side with views; feature brick fireplace housing wood burner stove; TV point; radiator.
SITTING ROOM 19' 11" x 14' 10" (6.09m x 4.54m) Dual aspect; door to outside veranda; feature brick fireplace and hearth housing wood burning stove; mezzanine balcony; TV point; 2 radiators.
BEDROOM 1 11' 10" x 12' 0" (3.63m x 3.66m) French doors to veranda; fitted wardrobes; radiator.
CLOAKROOM With window to front; low level WC, wash hand basin; radiator.
SHOWER ROOM 8' 11" x 5' 6" (2.72m x 1.69m) Window to front; low level WC; pedestal wash hand basin; tiled shower with mains shower attachment; airing cupboard with insulated hot water cylinder; radiator.
BEDROOM 2 12' 0" x 12' 0" (3.66m x 3.66m) French doors to outside veranda; radiator.
STUDY/BEDROOM 5 15' 7" x 11' 10" (4.75m x 3.63m) Dual aspect; radiator.
RETURNING TO ENTRANCE HALL Staircase leads to:
LANDING With doors to eaves storage; further doors to:
BEDROOM 3 24' 4" x 15' 0" (7.42m x 4.59m) 2 windows to side elevation with outstanding views; door to mezzanine balcony; door to extensive loft space; 2 radiators.
BEDROOM 4 11' 10" x 6' 7" (3.62m x 2.03m) Double glazed window to side; TV point; telephone point; door to eaves storage; radiator.
BATHROOM Obscure window to side; low level WC; pedestal wash hand basin; panel enclosed bath with electric shower over; tiled walls; radiator.
OUTSIDE From the country lane a vehicular gateway gives access to the propertys drive and in turn to both the propertys main entrance and:
INTEGRAL GARAGE 20' 4" x 14' 11" (6.21m x 4.56m) Electronically controlled up and over garage door; window to side; range of shelving; some roof storage.
GARDENS A very well-maintained garden wraps around the property and is set predominately to lawn. The boundary hedges are mature and offer a degree of privacy whilst still enabling the enjoyment of the pleasant rural views. There is a productive vegetable garden, a number of fruit trees and borders and beds of mature bushes and flowering plants. Within the garden stands a 3 bay open garage under pitch roof with hardstand forecourt to the front and a lean-to greenhouse attached to the south elevation.
AGENTS NOTE The propertys former private drainage remains connected and is used only for the collection of rain water run-off.
SERVICES Mains electricity; mains water and drainage; oil-fired central heating.
The property is in band 'G' for council tax purposes.
DIRECTIONS From our offices in Okehampton proceed in and easterly direction into East Street turning left at the second set of traffic lights following the signs for Crediton and North Tawton. Proceed for approximately 4 miles turning left prior to the railway bridge sign post Sampford Courtenay. Arriving at the mini roundabout opposite the New Inn turn right and continue for approximately 1/2 mile turning left toward North Tawton. After 100 yds turn left towards Winkleigh and continue for 3 miles turning left at the junction for Broadwoodkelly. Proceed through the village sign posted Monkokehampton and as you exit the village the property can be located on your left hand side.