A very rare and exciting opportunity to acquire a character filled, Victorian residence situated in the heart of the peaceful mid Devon village of Coldridge.
Offered to the market with 'NO ONGOING CHAIN', the property has a wealth of history and an abundance of character features of the period, which must be viewed to be fully appreciated.
Accommodation briefly comprises of two reception rooms (both having fire places with wood burning stoves), a well appointed kitchen, a utility/cloakroom, three first floor double bedrooms, an office and a bathroom.
Further features include oil fired central heating, double glazed windows and secondary glazed windows, easy to manage rear courtyard with outside storage, a sunny aspect front garden, off street parking and lovely far reaching views to Dartmoor.
With The Cathedral City of Exeter and the rugged North Devon Coast Line both within easy reach, this gem of a property is an opportunity not to be missed!
A hand crafted oak framed/full length glazed arch door opens to a Vestibule porch with courtesy light and slate tiled floor.
A solid oak stable type door opens to:
Having a fitted carpet, two radiators, under stairs storage, large walk-in storage cupboard, double power socket and glazed rear door.
Reception Room One 3.79m x 2.99m (12'5" x 9'9")
Having a fitted carpet, stone fireplace with inset wood burner & slate hearth, uPVC double glazed window, built in storage cupboards & shelves, double power sockets, television point and wall lights and radiator.
Reception Room Two 3.94m x 3.62m (12'11" x 11'10")
With exposed wood floorboards, fireplace with inset wood burner, uPVC double glazed window, ceiling light, double power sockets and radiator.
Kitchen 3.34m x 2.87m (10'11" x 9'4")
Having a good range of bespoke wall/base storage cupboards & drawers, solid wood work surfaces, inset Butler sink with period style mixer tap, built in double oven/grill, inset gas hob (LPG) with extractor over, space for a fridge/freezer, tiled walls, dual aspect windows, inset ceiling spot lighting, carpet tiles and double power sockets.
Having a low level w.c, wash hand basin, fitted storage cupboards, uPVC double glazed window, radiator, double power socket, and tile effect vinyl flooring.
First Floor Landing
Carpeted stairs with handrail & balustrades and a large window to the side leads up to a good-sized carpeted landing with loft access hatch providing access to a part boarded loft.
Bedroom One 3.68m x 3.38m (to wardrobes) (12'0" x 11'1" (to wa
A light and airy room, having a fitted carpet, fitted wardrobes & over head storage cupboards, Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and newly fitted timed immersion heater, radiator, double power sockets, wall & ceiling lighting and a uPVC double glazed window offering lovely views to Dartmoor.
Bedroom Two 3.81m x 3.43m (12'5" x 11'3")
A double room, having a fitted carpet, uPVC double glazed window offer further views to Dartmoor, radiator, fitted shelves and double power sockets.
Bedroom Three 2.93m x 2.71m (to wardrobes) (9'7" x 8'10" (to war
With fitted carpet, fitted wardrobes & over head storage, radiator, double power sockets and secondary glazed window with views to the village church.
Office/Study 2.93m x 1.14m (9'7" x 3'8")
Having a radiator, double power socket and uPVC double glazed window offering views to Dartmoor.
Having a traditional white suite, comprising of a panelled bath with tiled walls and electric shower over, low level w.c, pedesatl wash hand basin, vanity storage, radiator, Obscured glazed window and vinyl flooring.
To the front of the property is a fully enclosed sunny aspect garden, having two well maintained lawn areas with borders having a plethora of plants flowers and shrubs.
A side access gate leads to a paved courtyard area backing onto peaceful church grounds. The courtyard has the benefit of a good-sized stone built storage shed, a log store and outside tap.
Off street parking is available to the side of the property. There is also ample parking around the village green area where the property is located.
Oil Fired Central Heating (New Boiler Installed 2017)
Council Tax Band 'C'
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A Brief History
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 Coldridge's 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.
To make an appointment to view this property please contact Howes Estates on 01837 83393 or email email@example.com