The Courtyard, Winkleigh
Winkleigh: 01837 83393
**A glorious Four bedroom property situated within easy reach of village shops, schools and amenities**
This house is like a Tardis, from the front it appears small but having crossed the Courtyard garden and entered the viewer finds a superb living room with high ceilings and large windows which make it light and airy. The window to the front overlooks the courtyard garden and countryside beyond, the rear window looks out onto the terraced back garden.
The rear garden has two lawned areas surrounded by flower beds and three terraces with adjoining steps leading down to the house.
The four bedrooms are all large with good natural light. The upper bedroom is presently used as a study/workroom but since it has its own cloakroom with wash-hand basin and loo it could easily be used as bedroom four.
Internal viewing is a must in order to fully appreciate the size and splendour of the beautiful property.
A Grade II listed building - Winkleigh Court was built circa 1740 in the grounds of the mediaeval Winkleigh Castle, the latter, now a picturesque ruin surrounded by trees, was reputedly built by William the Conqueror for his wife Mathilda. A wing was added to The Court in about 1880 and the property was the village Manor house until shortly before WW2. During the war it became the Officers' Mess for Winkleigh RAF base which was situated about three quarters of a mile away on the outskirts of the village. Post war it was converted into a nursing home which it remained for some years but in the 1990s this closed and the house was then bought and converted into three separate freehold dwellings, each with it own private gardens. The result of the conversion is that while the house has all the convenience of a modern home it retains the high-ceilings and period features of an historic building.
Entrance Porch 2.25m x 1.30m
A wood panelled, part glazed front door leads into a welcoming entrance porch with a ceramic tilled floor, window. fitted shoe storage shelving, coat hanging racks and movement sensing porch light.
Cloakroom 1.15m x 0.95m
Low level w.c, corner wash hand basin with tiled splash back. Ceramic tiled floor and fitted extractor fan.
Drawing Room 6.73m x 5.36m
An impressive room with many character features including dual aspect Victorian windows, large brick built fireplace with wood mantle, attractive display shelving, two radiators, various power points, T.V and telephone point.
Boiler/Storage Room 2.49m x 2.49m (L-Shaped)
With recently installed oil fired boiler, shelf storage and coat hooks.
Dining Room 4.85m x 3.12m
With Victorian sash window, period deep window sill, radiator and various double power points.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 3.76m x 3.17m
With matching wall/ base storage cupboards & drawers, ample rolled edge work surface areas, tiled splash backs, stainless steel 1½ sink bowl and drainer situated beneath an original Victorian sash window There is space & plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher, space for an electric cooker with extractor over, space tall fridge/freezer. ample power points and radiator.
Master Bedroom 5.21m x 3.61m
With fitted carpet, twin aspect period windows offering beautiful views, large fitted wardrobe, various double power points and radiator.
Ensuite Shower Room 2.21m x 1.26m
Recently re-fitted with fully tiled shower cubicle, electric shower & glazed screen door, low level w.c, wash hand basin, obscured glazed window, radiator and electric shaver point.
Bedroom Two 4.95m x 3.12m
With fitted carpet, period sash window, large storage cupboard, various double power points and radiator.
Bedroom Three 4.24m x 3.43m
With fitted carpet, period sash window, wardrobe recess, various double power points and radiator.
Family Bathroom 2.97m x 1.63m
A traditional white suite comprising of a panelled bath with mixer taps and shower attachment with screen, low level w.c, wash hand basin, obscured glass window, wall mounted vanity storage, electric shaver point, extractor fan and radiator.
Bedroom Four 4.70m x 3.66m
Currently in use as an office with fitted carpet, twin aspect Velux windows offering beautiful views of the Devon countrysidee Exposed timber beams & trusses, under the eaves storage cupboards, various double power points and radiator.
W.C 2.21m x 1.26m
With low level Sani-flo w.c, wash hand basin, wall mounted extractor fan and Velux window.
Front Courtyard Garden
With flagstone paving and picket fence offering views over the grounds of Winkleigh Court.
An attractive rear garden, with terraces planted with flowering shrubs. Steps lead up onto a pretty laid to lawn garden, ideal for summer entertaining or alfresco dining. The garden also has the benefit of a timber framed storage shed.
The property has two allocated parking spaces.
Mains Water & Drainage
Oil Fired Electricity
Council Tax Band 'E'
The Agent notes that wide angle lenses were NOT 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.
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