Coldridge, Crediton
2 bedrooms
Offers in the region of £214,995

Winkleigh: 01837 83393

Key features

Full description

** A DEVON DREAM COTTAGE **

A fantastic opportunity to purchase a character filled, period grade II listed cottage situated in the heart of the peaceful mid Devon village of Coldridge.

Offered in very good order throughout, the cottage benefits from having two character filled reception rooms with inglenook fireplaces and exposed beams, a study, a well equipped kitchen with adjoining cloak/utility room, two first floor double bedrooms and modern fitted bathroom. Further benefits include good-sized front & rear gardens, outside storage sheds and oil fired central heating.

With the nearby town of Crediton and Cathedral City of Exeter within easy reach, this stunning period cottage is not likely to be available for long and Howes Estates recommends an early internal viewing to avoid disappointment.

Entrance Hall
A solid wood door with inset peep glass opens to a welcoming entrance hall with fitted carpet and radiator.

Reception Room One 4.89m x 2.92m (16'0" x 9'6")
A character filled rooms having exposed ceiling beams, large stone inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel burning stove, window with period deep sill, fitted carpet and radiator.

Reception Room Two 4.71m x 2.91m (15'5" x 9'6")
A second character filled reception room having exposed ceiling timbers, large inglenook fireplace with cast iron bread oven to the side, window with window seat, under stairs storage cupboard, fitted carpet and radiator.

Study 3.21m x 1.32m (10'6" x 4'3")
With fitted carpet, window and radiator.

Kitchen 4.49m x 2.62m (14'8" x 8'7")
Having a range of quality fitted wall/base storage cupboards & drawers, rolled edge work surfaces complemented with tiled surrounds, ceramic tiled flooring and dual aspect windows. Further features include an integrated dishwasher, built in double electric oven/grill, inset ceramic hob with bespoke extractor over, inset 1 1/2 bowl sink/drainer with mixer tap, space for a tall fridge/freezer and radiator.

Rear Lobby
With tiled floor, radiator and door to the rear.

Utility/Cloakroom 2.93m x 2.34 (9'7" x 7'8")
With space & plumbing for a washing machine, fitted storage cupboard & shelving, inset stainless steel sink/drainer, radiator, tiled floor, window and recessed w.c.

First Floor Landing
Split level with fitted carpet.

Bedroom One 5.09m x 3.75m (16'8" x 12'3")
With fitted carpet, window, radiator and furniture recess area.

Bedroom Two 3.99m x 2.64m (13'1" x 8'7")
With fitted carpet, radiator, window and furniture recess.

Bathroom 2.06m x 1.96m (6'9" x 6'5")
Having a modern white suite comprising of a panelled bath with tiled wall and mains fitted shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c, heated towel rail, electric shaver point, extractor fan and tiled floor.

Outside
Front Garden
A side access gate provides access to a beautifully maintained level laid lawn enclosed by Devon banks and mature hedge to the side.

Rear Garden
A side access gate leads to a pathway with a few steps leading up to a good-sized private garden being a mainly level well maintained lawn with mature hedges and tree borders. Further features include two timber storage sheds and an outside tap.

Services
Mains water & drainage
Mains electricity
Oil fired central heating
Council tax band 'C'

How did Coldridge get its name?
Coldridge was known as Coleridge even up to the early 1900's, it is a small parish situated on the River Taw, 10 miles from the ancient market town of Crediton. Coldridge was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, as Colrige - it would appear that Coldridges existence as a settlement, dates back to at least Norman times and possibly even earlier. Its name is believed to have derived from the "ridge where charcoal is made" and the fact that it is thought the area was once woodland, this is possibly an accurate description of how the parish got its name.
With no main road going through the village it gives that feeling of times standing still with a quiet relaxing and peaceful atmosphere.

Agents Note:
The Agent notes that neither wide angle lenses or photo shopping were used in the production of these details. The agent recommends that potential purchasers book an appointment to view in order to fully appreciate all aspects of the property.

THE PROPERTY MISDESCRIPTIONS ACT 1991
The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for the purpose. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor. References to the Tenure of a Property are based on information supplied from the Seller. The Agent has not had sight of the title documents. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor. Items shown in photographs are NOT included unless specifically mentioned within the sales particulars. They may however be available by separate negotiation. Buyers must check the availability of any property and make an appointment to view before embarking on any journey to see a property. Agents Note: No wide angle cameras were used in the production of these particulars. The agent confirms that the pictures within the particulars are a true reflection of the property.

Viewing
To make an appointment to view this property please contact Howes Estates on 01837 83393