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.
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.
A solid wood front door opens to the
Slate tiled flooring, wood panelled surrounds, wooden door with multi glazed panels opens to the
A wide and spacious entrance hall with slate tiled flooring, two radiators, understairs cupboard housing the gas meter, composite double glazed door to the garden.
14' 5'' x 11' 4'' (4.394m x 3.461m)
A characterful room with a large front aspect double glazed sash window, coal effect gas fire with a marble surround and hearth. There are illuminated archway recesses either side of the fireplace, one of which has a built in cupboard and shelving, original exposed floor boards and radiator.
12' 6'' x 11' 7'' (3.822m x 3.522m)
An attractive fireplace with a gas fired wood burning effect fire with a wood mantle surround. Either side of the fireplace are original illuminated display cupboards. Solid oak original floorboards, radiator, glazed French doors to the
13' 1'' x 8' 10'' (3.985m x 2.688m)
This is a modern addition to the main house. Double glazed rear door, large velux window allowing an abundance of natural light. There are a range of fitted floor and wall units, electric cooker point with an extractor hood over, inset one and a half bowl sink, plumbed recess for a dishwasher, radiator, slate tiled flagstone flooring.
From the entrance hall fully carpeted stairs lead up to the
Another spacious and characterful area with a stunning original stained glass window that when the sun shines through it colours the landing and walls. There is a fitted carpet, radiator and a ceiling trap to the roof space.
14' 2'' x 11' 1'' (4.310m x 3.384m)
A rear aspect room with double glazed sash window, solid oak original floorboards, radiator.
11' 4'' x 13' 0'' (3.467m x 3.970m)
A front aspect room with a double glazed sash window, solid oak original floorboards, radiator.
9' 5'' x 8' 6'' (2.87m x 2.59m)
A modern white suite comprising of a fully tiled double shower unit, bidet, low level toilet, vanity wash basin, chrome heated towel radiator, extractor fan, shelved linen cupboard.
22' 1'' x 8' 11'' (6.720m x 2.720m)
Formerly a Shippen the current owners converted this separate building to create ancillary accommodation to the main house. There is fitted carpet, composite front door, upvc double glazed windows, wash hand basin, plumbing for a washing machine, close coupled toilet.
To the rear of the property is an attractive fully enclosed courtyard style garden. There is access through direct from front to back in the entrance halls. The garden has been attractively and thoughtfully designed to provide colour and seating areas with a sun themed patio, flower and shrub beds and a sloping concrete pathway from the house to the converted Shippen.
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