- Detached cottage
- Kitchen with a walk in larder
- Two large reception rooms
- Downstairs w.c.
- Three double bedrooms
- Rear courtyard
- Good sized garden
- Gas fired central heating
The Nook is a part granite part cob detached cottage in the centre of the old market town of North Tawton, built around the 15th Century making this house one of the older buildings in the village. The accommodation comprises of two large reception rooms, a fitted kitchen with a walk in larder, south facing master bedroom and two further double bedrooms. The property also has a good sized garden, courtyard, a side garden and a garage. Fowlers strongly recommend viewing this property.
The Nook is situated in the old market town of North Tawton which runs alongside the River Taw. The town has a primary school, two churches and a historic town hall. North Tawton has plenty of shops and a cafe. There is also a doctors surgery, a vets and a pharmacy. Whiddon Down where is access to the A30 is 6 miles and Exeter is 22 miles.
A flat roof and trellis sides with a panelled front door.
The entrance lobby has a ceiling light, two panelled doors leading through into the sitting room and dining room and a laminate floor.
Sitting Room - 14' 7'' x 12' 9'' (4.44m x 3.88m)
A single glazed south facing bay window to the front, a former fireplace with a lintel, three wall light points, two radiators, recessed cupboards and shelving in archway.
A wood effect vinyl floor and two doors leading to the w.c. and study.
A low level w.c., wash hand basin, wood effect vinyl floor and a single glazed obscured rear window.
Study - 6' 6'' x 4' 4'' (1.98m x 1.32m)
One wall light point, single glazed rear window and a single panelled mezzanine loft area for storage.
Lounge/dining room - 12' 0'' x 14' 1'' (3.65m x 4.29m)
A south facing bay window to the front creating a light and airy room with another window to the rear, a tiled and granite hearth and fireplace with a wood burning stove, mantel shelf and lined flue. Adjacent is a built in cupboard, there is a wood effect laminate floor and panelled doors to the inner hall and kitchen.
Kitchen - 10' 0'' x 12' 3'' (3.05m x 3.73m)
The kitchen has a stable door with a glazed inner panel and a single glazed window looking to the yard. There is a stainless steel sink with mixer taps, base and wall cabinets and space for a washing machine, fridge and oven. The floor is clay tiled and there is space for a dining table. The panelled door leads to a walk in larder and opposite is a cupboard for more storage. A small glazed door leads to the side garden.
Inner hall - 7' 3'' x 5' 9'' (2.21m x 1.75m)
Vinyl wood effect floor, built in shelves and a single glazed window looking to the garden. There is a table top built underneath the window and a staircase leading to the first floor which has a fitted handrail.
First floor landing
A built in hot water cupboard with an insulated hot water cylinder and immersion. A short balustrade, panelled doors to all rooms and a window looking to the rear.
Bedroom 1 - 14' 6'' x 12' 5'' (4.42m x 3.78m)
Secondary double glazed south facing window, double panel radiator and an arch with a built in shelf.
Bedroom 2 - 11' 5'' x 10' 2'' (3.48m x 3.10m)
Double glazed front window, double panelled radiator, one pendant light point and a built in storage cupboard.
Bedroom 3 - 12' 2'' x 10' 0'' (3.71m x 3.05m)
Double glazed window looking to the rear courtyard, a pendant light point and a built in shelved closet.
Fitted with a large claw foot bath and a vanity unit with an oval wash hand basin. There is a large double shower with a New Team multi directional shower and sliding shower screen doors and a heated towel rail, an obscure glazed window and a built in linen cupboard.
Garage - 16' 11'' x 10' 1'' (5.15m x 3.07m)
Metal up and over door, power and light, a corrugated roof with a clear plastic panel and a concrete floor.
Yard - 15' 0'' x 16' 9'' (4.57m x 5.10m)
Part paved, part graveled with an exterior light and access to the garage and to the street.
Garden - 39' 5'' x 36' 0'' (12.01m x 10.96m)
A gate from the street leads into the garden with a path along the front of the house. Something walls with flower beds and stone steps up to the lawn. A gate leads into the side garden.
Partly gravelled and part fenced with hurdles and a stone walled northern boundary.
Mains gas, water, drainage and electricity
Council Tax Band
From the clock tower walk in a northerly direction into North Street and 50 paces along on the right hand side you will find the gateway into The Nook.
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