- Semi detached period house
- Grade II listed
- Four bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- Parking for two vehicles
- Large utility
- Two reception rooms
- Central heating
- New Roof
SummarySituated in the heart of the award winning village, Winkleigh is this characterful Grade II listed semi detached house which part of is believed to be from the early C16. Considerable alterations in the 19th century and then a kitchen conversion from a former outbuilding by our existing clients has given this property three distinct periods with its character showing throughout. Its origins are still very evident including impressive Chamfered Muntin panelling and Arch pointed doors as seen in the pictures.
Winkleigh is an attractive small mid Devon town approximately 12 miles north east of Okehampton. It has a pretty square with Post Office, small supermarket, butcher, and an excellent pub restaurant food and a primary school. There are two village halls and a new sports hall. The village is conveniently situated between Dartmoor and Exmoor. The historic village of Winkleigh, with its 750 year old Annual Fair, boasts a vibrant community recently designated as the best place in England to raise a family. North Tawton is approximately 8 miles to the southeast and the larger towns are Bideford (19 miles NW), Barnstaple (19 miles North), Okehampton (12 miles south) and Crediton (17 miles SE) are all within easy driving distance where further education and shopping facilities are found. There are reputable private schools at Shebbear, West Buckland and Bideford. The North Devon coast is within easy reach, as are the Exmoor and Dartmoor National Parks. The A30 can be accessed 12 miles to the South. Exeter is 24 miles to the southeast providing easy access to the M5, international airport and mainline railway with connections to London and extensive shopping and leisure facilities. There are bus services and trains run from Eggesford and Okehampton.
From Okehampton take the B3215 towards Crediton and after about 4 miles turn left signposted "Sampford Courtenay". Continue for about 1.5 miles and at the mini roundabout turn right. After a short distance turn left signposted "North Tawton" and then almost immediately turn left signposted "Winkleigh". After about 4 miles fork left signposted "Winkleigh". Turn right at the T Junction and the property will be found on your right.
Solid wood front door opens to the
Entrance hall. Fitted carpet.
Cloakroom. Low-level WC, wash handbasin.
Dining room. Features from different periods including original chamfered Muntin wood panelled walls and an Edwardian cast-iron fireplace, shelved recess, radiator, fitted carpet.
Living room. Packed full of original features including Original pointed doorways and exposed wood beams. There is an inglenook fireplace with an inset woodburning stove, radiator and wood flooring.
Kitchen/breakfast room. This more modern room was converted from a former outbuilding and is now dual aspect with a range of floor and wall units including a built-in dishwasher, Belfast sink, block wood work surfaces, space for a range style oven with matching extractor hood over, radiator, exposed stone walls, stable door to the garden.
From the entrance hall stairs lead up to the
Landing. Exposed wood floorboards, ceiling trap to roof space.
Bedroom one. A dual aspect room with impressive views of countryside and Dartmoor beyond, fitted carpet, radiator.
Ensuite. A white suite comprising of a P shaped panelled bath with a separate shower over, pedestal wash basin, close couple WC, chrome heated towel radiator, extractor fan, vinyl floor covering.
Bedroom two. Fitted carpet, radiator.
Bedroom three. Fitted carpet, radiator.
Bedroom four. fitted carpet, radiator.
Bathroom. Another characterful room with exposed wall and ceiling beams, a white suite comprising of a freestanding metal bath, low-level WC, wash handbasin, airing cupboard, exposed wood floorboards, extractor fan, heated towel radiator.
The rear of the property which can be accessed by a neighbouring cul-de-sac has parking for two vehicles. From here a gate opens to the fully enclosed rear garden which comprises of a stone chipping area, lawn, attractive circular patio, shed.
There is a substantial timber built outbuilding used as an office and storage which has power and light
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