Sourton, Okehampton
Sold Subject to Contract

2 beds | 1 baths | 1 receptions | £295,000


  • Lovely semi-detached house
  • Village location
  • Within Dartmoor National Park
  • Lovely views
  • Superb 180 feet rear garden
  • Garden Room
  • Driveway and garage
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Two wood burning stoves

A lovely semi- detached house, situated in the Dartmoor National Park and presented in excellent condition. Lovely views and a well- tended 180 FEET REAR GARDEN, with garden room.   Two bedrooms, sitting room with wood burner; kitchen/dining room with further wood burner. Driveway and garage. VIEWING ESSENTIAL.

SITUATION AND DESCRIPTION
This excellent property is located in the Dartmoor National Park within the pretty and popular Devon village of Sourton.
Sourton offers superb access to Dartmoor, which is on your doorstep, along with the well-acclaimed Granite Way cycle track, which forms part of the National Cycle Route 27.
The Highwayman Inn is the village public house, steeped in history, along with the Pump and Pedal Cafe. There is a well-supported village hall and thriving local community.
The A30 road network is approximately one mile and the towns of Okehampton and Tavistock, both offering an extensive range of amenities, are 4 miles and 13 miles respectively.

Okehampton 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 a bank and supermarkets, including Waitrose, as well as many interesting locally owned shops. There is an hourly train service to Exeter and a regular bus service. Primary and secondary education is well catered for in local schools. The recreation ground and park contain, amongst other things, a covered heated swimming pool. Most sports are available including 18-hole golf course, squash courts, indoor rifle range and thriving rugby and soccer clubs. The cathedral city of Exeter lies 22 miles to the East with an abundance of high street stores and the region's main airport.

A very well-presented semi-detached house, originally built by the local authority in 1928, and extensively improved and modernised in recent times by the seller.

The accommodation briefly comprises of entrance porch; hallway, with stairs rising to the first floor and a door to a cosy sitting room, with fitted wood burner. Next, is a family-style kitchen/dining room, with modern fitted kitchen and integrated appliances including washing machine, dishwasher and electric double oven and hob. There is also a further fitted wood burning stove. From the kitchen, is a a door to a useful rear porch.
To the first floor is a landing with large window to side offering views to adjoining countryside. Note: - there is a loft hatch giving access to a sizeable attic space which could offer scope for conversion (subject to the necessary permissions/approval being granted). It is currently boarded with light and fitted ladder and a modern skylight window. The roof was replaced approximately 18 months ago. From the landing, doors lead to two double bedrooms, the main bedroom being at the front, which has excellent far-reaching views. The second bedroom has a lovely aspect over the rear garden.
There is a lovely family bathroom with a roll-top claw-footed bath and separate shower cubicle with mains shower. The property has full double glazing and a modern electric central heating system.

To the outside, the property is entered via a gated driveway, which provides off-road parking for 3 to 4 cars and in turn, leads to a quality Shields Buildings, purpose-built garage, with double doors to the front and power and lighting connected.
The rear garden is truly special and measures 180 feet in length. The sellers have relandscaped and replanted extensively in the last 3 years. Areas of raised beds with a wide variety of flowers, shrubs and plants. A decked seating area, along with herb garden, greenhouse, chicken run and coop, reading room, a well-tended lawn.
Finally, a meandering pathway leads to a lovely garden room (2.54m x 2.54m) with power, lighting and heating, providing a perfect place to relax at the uppermost part of the garden.

We are delighted to be appointed as sole agents for the rare sale of this excellent property and viewing is highly recommended.

ACCOMMODATION
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 shown in the floorplan.

SERVICES
Mains water, mains drainage mains electricity. Electric central heating.

OUTGOINGS
We understand the property is in band B for Council Tax purposes (West Devon Borough Council)

DIRECTIONS
From Okehampton proceed in a westerly direction towards the A30 dual carriageway. Join the A30 for a half a mile, taking the next exit, signposted towards A386 Tavistock. At the bottom of the slip road, turn left and head through into the village of Sourton. Just as you start to leave the village you will see a row of four properties on your left-hand side. Number 4 is the first of these four properties.

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