Sampford Courtenay is a small, picturesque and unspoilt conservation village set in heart of rural Devon. With its friendly community and attractive properties many of which are thatched, the village also offers a public house and church. There is a bustling community with many annual events such as the Church fete and fruit and vegetable shows. The town of Okehampton lies approximately six miles to the south and offers a wide range of amenities and facilities including a secondary school, 6th form, primary school, 3 supermarkets including a Waitrose, range of independent shops, restaurants, modern hospital, multi doctors surgery and sports complex with a swimming pool.
From Okehampton proceed in a north easterly direction along the B3215 signposted to North Tawton and Crediton. After about 4 miles, at Belstone Corner, turn left immediately before the railway bridge. At the mini roundabout go straight across and into the village. Take the next left and the property will be found on your left.
A wooden front door opens to the
Fitted carpet, radiator, large shelved cupboard, exposed stone walls.
A double aspect room with a wood burning stove inset in an inglenook fireplace and cloam oven, 2 radiators, exposed beams.
Another dual aspect room with a non functional inglenook fireplace and cloam oven, fitted carpet, radiator.
Range of floor and wall units, built in double oven, inset ceramic hob with an extractor hood over, inset one and a half bowl sink, open plan to the
This modern addition to the main house has created a bright room with views over the garden from the 3 sets of French doors. An atrium provides further light and has fitted electric blinds.
Plumbing and space for a washing machine, Belfast sink.
From the entrance hall carpeted stairs lead up to the
Fitted carpet, shelved linen cupboard, radiator.
A white suite comprising of a free standing bath with mixer taps/shower attachment, close coupled w.c., pedestal wash basin, radiator, vinyl flooring.
To the front of the property is a driveway providing parking for two vehicles. A neighbouring property has access over. There is an enclosed lawn and to the other side, a covered access to the rear garden with doors front and back.
The large rear garden has been well landscaped with patios surrounding the back of the house. From here there are raised granite wall flower beds and matching steps up to large lawns with hedge and fence borders, shrubs and trees where views of countryside, roof tops and Church can be enjoyed.
There is a vegetable bed, two timber sheds, green house and at tucked away, a
17' 1'' x 11' 3'' (5.213m x 3.436m)