- BEAUTIFUL GRADE II LISTED COTTAGE
- ADAPTABLE ACCOMMODATION
- THREE/FOUR BEDROOMS
- WONDERFUL FAMILY KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
- LIVING ROOM WITH INGLENOOK FIREPLACE AND WOOD BURNING STOVE
- GROUND FLOOR BEDROOM/FAMILY ROOM
- THREE FIRST FLOOR BEDROOMS
- FAMILY BATHROOM AND SEPARATE WC
- GROUND FLOOR WET ROOM
- EXPOSED BEAMS AND STONEWORK
Believed to date back to the 16th Century and having been sympathetically upgraded over the years this cottage really offers an incoming purchaser a charming character and stylish home.
Perfect for families or indeed as a holiday home this property is one that offers accommodation with flexibility to adapt to many lifestyles.
The formal front entrance faces on to the attractive south facing garden with thatched storm porch leading into a country kitchen/breakfast room with exposed beams and is equipped with a range of wall and base units, integrated dishwasher and washing machine, Rangemaster with gas hob and electric oven. Steps lead from the kitchen to the rear entrance and a door to the rear of the kitchen leads to a wet room. Next to the kitchen is the living room again enjoying exposed beams, inglenook fireplace with wood burner on a slate hearth, travertine tiled floor, the living room, kitchen and wet room all benefit from under floor heating. Beyond the living room is a ground floor bedroom (bedroom four)/family room.
Stairs from the living room lead to the first floor galleried landing where the A-frame and beams are a real feature and is a great place for reading/takingtime out whilst looking out over the garden The landing splits the first floor accommodation to two sides. To the right there is the master bedroom, again with exposed A frame and beams and built-in wardrobe with hardwood door, to the other side are two further bedrooms which both accommodate a double bed, bathroom with free standing roll top bath, WC, and wash hand basin and to the far end of the landing is an additional WC.
Outside the attractive south facing garden is enclosed and offers a level lawned garden with apple and palm tree. A patio leading directly from the cottage which was repointed in 2018, with slate chipped pathway leading to the separate office/garden room which is built upon a concrete plinth and was erected circa three years ago, and is fully insulated with plastered walls and ceiling, downlights, with electricity, telephone point and broadband connected, there is a concealed storage cupboard and door to the side and double doors onto a deck which was replaced in 2018.
There is a further shed/workshop which was erected approximately two years ago and also has electricity connected, beside the shed/workshop is a gate with pathway leading around to Netherham Hill. On the left of this path and next to the main garden is a low maintainance garden belonging to
Speedwell Cottage and here you will find the LPG tank.
There is also a delivery access to the side of the cottage.
Georgeham's amenities include local shop incorporating a post office, well regarded primary school, village hall, churches, popular pubs which both serve excellent food. Nearby, the coastal village of Croyde offers a further range of amenities and of course infamous surfing sand beach. Other nearby beaches include Putsborough, Woolacombe and Saunton Sands. Also at Saunton is the Golf Club with its renowned championship East and West Courses - links golf at its finest - it is a test for even the most experienced golfer. Braunton is just a few miles away and is reputedly the largest village in England and offers a wide range of amenities including local shops, supermarkets, community centre, medical centre, primary and secondary schools, churches and a range of popular pubs and restaurants. The renowned Tarka trail can be accessed from the village and this follows the Taw and Torridge estuaries.
The nearest train station is Barnstaple which is approximately 8.5 miles away and links to Exeter where mainline trains can be accessed. Barnstaple also has a main bus station and Braunton offers a daily (morning) National Express bus service to London Heathrow and Victoria. Tiverton is approximately 40 miles away and offers good main line train links.
There are airports which offer UK and international flights both in Exeter and Bristol.
Kitchen Dining Room 17'2" x 13'6" (5.23m x 4.11m).
Living Room 14'7" (4.45m) x 13'7" (4.14m) Max varying wall thickness.
Bedroom 4/ Family Room 14'1" x 10'7" (4.3m x 3.23m).
Master Bedroom 14'1" x 11'2" (4.3m x 3.4m).
Bathroom 9'1" x 5'5" (2.77m x 1.65m).
Bedroom 2 10'3" x 9' (3.12m x 2.74m).
Bedroom 3 10'3" x 8' (3.12m x 2.44m).
Garden Office/Studio 17'6" x 9'8" (5.33m x 2.95m).
Viewing Strictly be Appointment with the Sole Selling Agents
Services Mains water, electricity, drainage and central heating is LPG
Council Tax C - North Devon Council
From the M5 exit at J27 take the A361 towards Barnstaple. At Barnstaple stay on the A361 which becomes a ring road and will be signposted Ilfracombe and Braunton. You will cross the Taw Bridge over the estuary (River Taw) and after a few miles come to Braunton. At the main set of traffic lights in Braunton, proceed straight across heading towards Woolacombe and Ilfracombe.
Take the left hand turning immediately after the Fire Station signposted to Georgeham. Continue up the hill and follow the road around towards Georgeham, once you reach the t-junction with the Post Office in front of you, turn left. Follow the road a short distance and take the first right onto Netherham Hill as the hill rises, there is a driveway on your right and Speedwell Cottage parking is found on the left and the spaces(s) are clearly marked. The agent will meet you here to show you around.
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