From Okehampton take the A386 towards Hatherleigh (7 miles). At the Hatherleigh roundabout continue straight on for a further 3.5 miles when you will come to the village of Meeth. The property can be found on the right just after the pub.
Meeth is a small village roughly 13.5 km (8.4 mi) north-northwest of Okehampton and 40.7 km (25.3 mi) west-northwest of Exeter. It lies to the west of the River Torridge. There is a small centre which encompasses the recently re-opened church, village hall and village pub (The Bull and Dragon c1490). The village has a Quarry Nature Reserve (DWT) which is a popular tourist attraction with lovely walks around the lakes and access on the tarka trail. A good local bus service runs daily. Amenities including a general store, Primary school and Doctors surgery can be found at the nearby Market town of Hatherleigh whilst a more comprehensive range of amenities including supermarkets and secondary schools can be found in Torrington or Okehampton.
A good local bus service runs daily. Amenities including a general store, Primary school and Doctors surgery can be found at the nearby Market town of Hatherleigh whilst a more comprehensive range of amenities including supermarkets and secondary schools can be found in Torrington or Okehampton.
A double glazed front door opens to the
A double aspect room with fitted carpet, radiator, open fireplace with access either side to the
A triple aspect room with fitted carpet, radiator, double glazed door to the garden.
A range of floor and wall units, inset stainless steel sink, electric cooker point, fitted carpet, radiator, oil fired Rayburn.
Fitted floor and wall cupboards, inset stainless steel sink, plumbing and space for a washing machine, oil fired boiler, vinyl flooring, storage cupboard, double glazed door to the garden.
Fitted carpet, 2 radiators, built in shelved cupboard.
Two radiators, half glazed door to the front.
From the hall fully carpeted stairs lead up to the
Exposed wood floor boards, radiator.
A white suite comprising of a paneled bath, vanity wash basin, low level w.c., fitted carpet, radiator.
A 5-bar gate opens to the enclosed rear garden. A pathway extends around the rear of the property which could create parking and a seating area.
From here there is a good size lawn with various an abundance of established shrubs and trees providing complete seclusion.
A short walk away is an allotment garden that our client is willing to sell by way of separate negotiation.
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