Fore Street, Winkleigh
Sold Subject to Contract

3 beds | 1 baths | 2 receptions | Offers in the region of £174,995

  • Three Bedroom Character Property
  • Bespoke Kitchen/Diner
  • Stunning Church Views & Countryside Beyond
  • Great First-Time-Buy
  • Easy to manage small courtyard garden
  • Cosy Lounge
  • Modern Fitted Bathroom
  • Fantastic 2nd Home or Holiday Let
  • Plenty of parking in the village square
  • Large Loft Storage Room

An exciting opportunity to purchase this beautifully presented, three bedroom period character property, situated in the heart of the picture postcard village square of the award winning village of Winkleigh.

Full of character and charm, the accommodation briefly comprises of an entrance porch, a cosy lounge, a good-sized bespoke fitted kitchen/dining room, two first floor bedrooms, a modern fitted bathroom and a second floor bedroom offering stunning views to Winkleigh church and Dartmoor beyond!

With an easy to maintain small courtyard garden, large boarded loft storage space and ample parking available in the village square, this gem of a property is an opportunity not to be missed!

The award winning village of Winkleigh is set within the beautiful mid-Devon countryside perfectly positioned between the moors of Dartmoor National Park to the south and Exmoor National Park to the north.
Worthy House is situated in the heart of the picture postcard village square, which benefits from a number of useful amenities, including a good general store, a butcher's shop, a mobile fishmonger, a post office, two pubs (one with restaurant), a tea room, and a vet. There are two churches, a doctor's surgery and a village primary school with attached pre-school. There is also a hair dressers and two garages.
This lively and vibrant community also has the benefit of a Community Centre and a Village Hall, both are well used by local clubs and classes. There is a Sports Centre with football pitch and tennis courts as well as indoor bowls and badminton. The village has the benefits of a regular bus service linking Barnstaple and Exeter and Eggesford train station is only 4 miles from the village.
The larger towns of Crediton and Okehampton are both within easy reach and the village is also within commuter distance of the Cathedral City of Exeter or the regional Business town of Barnstaple.

A storm porch with courtesy light leads to a half double glazed front door opening to:

Entrance Hall
Having easy to maintain ceramic tiled flooring, wall mounted electric storage heater, period sash window, stairs to first floor, stained glass internal window to lounge and internal door to:

Lounge 3.68m x 2.66m (12'0" x 8'8")
A cosy, character room, having a period sash window, feature fireplace, wood effect vinyl flooring, built-in storage cupboard, television point and power sockets.

Kitchen/Dining Room 5.24m x 3.63m (17'2" x 11'10")
Good-sized, having a range of bespoke hardwood free standing units & drawers, wall mounted display cabinets, solid oak work surfaces, inset Butler sink with period style mixer tap, electric range cooker with extractor hood over, built-in fridge with freezer compartment, space & plumbing for a washing machine, power sockets, wood effect vinyl flooring and uPVC double glazed French doors to the courtyard.

First Floor Landing
With fitted carpet, built-in storage cupboard housing the domestic hot water cylinder and timed immersion switch.

Bedroom One 3.68m x 3.67m (12'0" x 12'0")
Having a fitted carpet, period sash windows with Thomas Sanderson shutters, period stained glass window to landing, wall mounted electric storage heater, tv & phone points and power sockets.

Bedroom Two 2.73m x 1.89m (8'11" x 6'2")
Having wood effect vinyl flooring, wall mounted electric storage heater, power sockets, window and phone point.

Having a traditional white suite, comprising of a bath with electric shower over, low level w.c, pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail, extractor fan and wood effect vinyl flooring.

2nd Floor
A second set of carpeted stairs leads to:

Bedroom Three 4.78m x 2.70m (15'8" x 8'10")
With fitted carpet, built-in wardrobe, door to loft room, wall mounted electric storage heater, power sockets and uPVC double glazed window offering stunning views to Winkleigh Church and Dartmoor National Park beyond.

Loft Room
A large storage area, being boarded and with fitted light.

Small Courtyard 2.13m x 1.83m (7' x 6')
To the rear of the property is a south facing, small high walled private courtyard, being big enough for a bench seat and room for potted plants.

There is ample parking within the village square.

Mains Water
Mains Drainage
Council Tax Band 'B'
Superfast Broadband Enabled


Agents Note:
The Agent notes that neither wide angle lenses or photo editing 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.

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

Referal Fees
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