Schedule of some of the works completed by the current owners.
Full restoration of ground floor (2 reception rooms and utility room/toilet)
2015: – 16:
Building work (extension) including new master bedroom and 4-piece en suite bathroom on 1st floor and sunroom with part glass roof on ground floor.
Stud wall installation of upper barn for teenage use and safe storage
2016: – 17
Painting of exterior and sympathetic restoration of windows and frames including new bay in front
Granite tops installed in kitchen
Restoration and redecoration of what was 12b, now used as office/gym
Tarmacking of drive and courtyard
The property is arranged over three floors.
On the ground floor there is a commercial shop currently let to a barbers, providing an income. There are four reception rooms and a spacious utility room on this floor together with separate entrances to the front and rear. There is potential to change the ground floor layout into a self contained apartment, together with two commercial shops/offices, providing further income.
The first floor has three further reception rooms, currently configured as a living room, dining room and an office. In addition there is the master bedroom en-suite, spacious kitchen with fitted units and a utility room.
On the second floor there are four bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outside - The property is accessed by a recently tarmac'd driveway which leads onto a large workshop and garage. The garage is open fronted and provides parking for several vehicles.
Above the workshop is a large room currently used as a games room, with a separate storage area into the eaves. There is access from double doors into the workshop with an adjoining outside toilet.
Further double doors from the garage open to the attractive and secluded 'secret garden' which has a range of mature shrubs and predominately laid to lawn. There is also a further range of outbuildings and stores including former stabling and a timber workshop all of which have power and light.
Stable one - 4.512m x 3.269m
Stable two - 3.254m x 2.169m
Stable three - 3.89m x 2.77m
Timber workshop - 3.92 x 2.85m
From Okehampton take the B3215 road towards Crediton and after about 6 miles you will come to DeBathe Cross where you turn left. After almost a mile you will come to a mini roundabout. Go straight across and into the centre of North Tawton. The property will be found on your left just after the Spa mini Supermarket.
The town of North Tawton is situated amidst the rolling Devonshire countryside and within easy reach of Okehampton and Crediton. There is an excellent range of everyday amenities, which includes: Spa mini supermarket, post office, chemist, deli/tea room, two public houses, doctors surgery, NHS dentist, veterinary surgery and a good primary school. The former market town of Okehampton lies approximately 6 miles to the west offering additional complementary facilities and educational establishments. The road link is via the A30 dual carriageway which can be accessed at either Whiddon Down or at Okehampton, providing excellent road communications; west into Cornwall or east to the cathedral city of Exeter with its road, rail and airport connections.
North Tawton is situated on the Tarka Trail and is fortunate enough to boast rugby, football and cricket clubs, bowls aerobics, yoga and badminton as well as a variety of societies including scouts, guides, youth club, drama group, W.I. and British Legion.
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