- Charming fisherman's cottage
- 2 bedroom accommodation
- Recently renovated throughout
- Original features and sea view glimpses
- Central village location
- tiered garden
- Solid fuel heating
- Pets by negotiation
- Available now
- Long term let
Charming two bedroom fisherman's cottage, set within the picturesque cobbled village of Clovelly; recently renovated throughout, yet retaining original features and character.
Located in the heart of Clovelly, close to The New Inn and additional local amenities; the cottage benefits from views across the village with sea glimpses and parking provided at the visitors centre.
In brief, the accommodation comprises: entrance hallway with original slate flooring, comfortable living room with recessed shelving and wooden window seat; kitchen/breakfast room with original slate flooring, window seat, Raeburn providing heating and modern range of floor and eye level units; from the kitchen, access into the bathroom with wash hand basin leading further to the shower room with electric shower and W.C; to the first floor two double bedrooms, both with wooden window seats providing distant views, storage cupboards and original features.
Outside the property boasts a wonderful, elevated tiered garden, with garden shed and potential for both a seating and lawned family area taking advantage of the scenery.
Available now for a 12 month minimum let.
Following the A39 from Bideford, Heywood roundabout south west towards Clovelly and Bude, continue along this road until you reach the Clovelly Cross roundabout, taking the second exit signposted Clovelly; follow the road down to the village, passing the entrance to Clovelly estates on your left and taking the right hand entrance into the visitors Car Park; enter and pass through the visitor centre, descending into the village down the cobbles, passing the New Inn on your right and the Post office on the left; take the next left hand turn and 27 North Hill can be found on your left.
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