Offers in excess of £250,000

 Winkleigh, Devon, EX19 8JH

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms

Property Description

Here is a spacious 3-bedroomed semi-detached house which is located within easy walking distance of the village centre and school. It has both front and rear gardens, and boasts an attractive garden room at the rear. The house has been well maintained and would make an ideal family home. Centrally heated and double glazed throughout.

Tenure  : Freehold

Council Tax Band  :  B


  • Kitchen-Diner
  • Off-road Parking
  • Garden
  • Full Double Glazing
  • Fireplace

Extra Features

  • Semi-detached
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Gardens
  • Driveway
  • Summer House
  • Easy Walk to Village

property additional info

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. Southernhay is situated within easy walking distance of the picture postcard village square, which benefits from a number of useful amenities, including a good general store, a butcher’s shop, a post office, two food serving pubs, a Bistro, and a vet. There are two churches, a doctor’s surgery and a village primary school with attached pre-school. There is also a hairdressers, flower shop serving coffee & cake, a Vineyard and renowned Cider factory with attached Cafe 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.
Hallway with double glazed front door and radiator. Useful understairs cupboard provides a fantastic storage space, there is also space to hang coats and store shoes. Wood-effect flooring.
5.43m x 3.33m (17' 10" x 10' 11")
A bright and stylish living room benefitting from plenty of sunshine from its dual aspect windows, overlooking both front and rear gardens. This room features an attractive woodburner, bookshelves and arch through to dining area. TV point. Large radiator.
5.43m x 4.47m (17' 10" x 14' 8")
Spacious and modern fitted galley kitchen with rolled-edge worktops, which looks out onto the front driveway and has a door which opens onto the sunny rear garden. It is a bright room with plenty of cupboards and drawers, and has shelving on both sides which provide further storage for cookbooks, herbs, spices and plants. White composite sink is easy to clean and features a recently-installed Grohe mixer tap. White brick tiles with black grouting make this kitchen both stylish and easy to clean. There is an electric hob and stainless steel cooker hood over, as well as an integrated double oven/grill. There is also ample space for a full size dishwasher, washing machine and tall fridge freezer. Dining area sits in an L shape to the kitchen and has a large window which looks out onto the attractive rear garden with views across to Dartmoor. This space can fit a large dining table and provides a fantastic space for family mealtimes. Flooring is wood-effect throughout. Radiator in dining area.
First Floor Landing
Carpeted stair case with double handrail to first floor landing. Access to loft, radiator and airing cupboard with hot water tank which can be heated either using electric or oil.
Bedroom One
4.28m x 3.28m (14' 1" x 10' 9")
This smart master bedroom on the first floor is large enough to fit a king-sized bed comfortably. The large window has a pretty view of the front garden, the church tower and a mature ash tree. It features a single fitted wardrobe and fitted carpet. It has a double-glazed window with a large radiator underneath.
Bedroom Two
3.28m x 2.70m (10' 9" x 8' 10")
Spacious double room on the first floor with a large double-glazed window overlooking the driveway and road. There is a small built-in storage space for clothes, books and toys. Fitted carpet and radiator.
Bedroom Three
3.32m x 2.15m (10' 11" x 7' 1")
Cosy bedroom on the first floor which can fit a double bed and has a view of the sunny south-facing garden. This room could potentially be used as an office for those working from home. Large double-glazed window. Radiator.
2.15m x 1.58m (7' 1" x 5' 2")
Light and airy bathroom with an electric shower over a panelled bath. Modern teal brick tiles add a stylish touch to this space, and complement the moroccan-effect floor. Vanity unit contains inset sink, pillar tap and tiled splash back. Ladder-style radiator/towel rail provides heating in the winter. Double-glazed frosted window to the rear garden.
With low level w.c, a vinyl floor covering, radiator, uPVC obscured glazed window.
Outside Front
The front garden is neat and well managed. It boasts a lawn area with an apple and a liquid amber tree, and a border featuring a Chilean firebush and dwarf conifers, and has a fence which borders the pavement. The large drive can fit two cars and there are steps down to the front door. Bunded Oil tank is situated on hard standing sunk into the lawn area.
Mains Water Mains Drainage Mains Electricity Council Tax Band 'B' Oil Fired Central Heating
Outside Rear
Here is a beautiful enclosed garden which has been planted with a silver birch tree and an apple tree which has been trained along a low fence. Various shrubs feature in the borders, including bay, rhubarb, rosemary, lavender and jasmine. It enjoys a sheltered and sunny south-facing position, with an attractive paved patio area, making it a great place to set some garden furniture. This area catches the sun beautifully and is ideal for al-fresco dining. From the patio area, there are views across to Dartmoor. A small gate leads to a paved path to the front garden, providing a storage area for logs and bins.
This beautiful larch-construction outbuilding is a recent addition to the house, and features a curved roof, round window and decorative wheels. It provides an ideal location for a home office or a workshop/studio. It has underfloor heating, electricity, and wifi. It also has an attached lean-to for storing tools and lawnmower.
Mains Water (metered), Mains Drainage, Mains Electricity, Oil fired Central Heating, Council Tax Band 'B'. Superfast Broadband Enabled.
Please call Howes Estates on 01837 83393 or email to arrange a viewing.


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