Never judge a book by its cover: seven West Country properties with surprising interiors for sale
The idiom, never judge a book by its cover, is particularly pertinent when it comes to these West Country properties for sale that are unassuming on the outside yet deceptively spacious and striking on the inside.
Located in the historical town of Marazion on the shores of Mounts Bay, this period terraced cottage boasts a deceptively spacious lounge complete with oak flooring, exposed beams and a wood burner set into a fantastic inglenook fireplace.
Situated in the heart of Dulverton, this Grade II-Listed family home offers plenty of space both inside and out, with high ceilings, large sash windows and a beautiful walled garden complete with specimen trees, a kitchen garden and orchard.
Flooded with natural light, this Alpine-style architecturally-designed home has been designed to make the most of its fabulous coastal location and views over Mounts Bay.
Just minutes away from Bideford’s bustling town centre, this period property offers estuary views, surprisingly high ceilings, spacious accommodation and an 85-feet long garden at the rear.
This 1930s home has been recently modernised into a stunning and spacious property with stylish minimalist décor, state of the art appliances, a separate annexe, heated swim spa and large al fresco dining terrace.
Despite its unassuming exterior, this village house is deceptively spacious inside to include four bedrooms, two reception rooms and a fantastic games room upstairs.
Located on the eastern side of the Lizard Peninsula, this contemporary coastal home offers wonderful views across the cove and sea. With a vaulted sitting/dining room, it is surprisingly spacious inside with a reverse-level layout to make the most of its enviable position.
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