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Fore Street, Winkleigh, Devon, EX19
Guide price £315,000 | 5 bedrooms | 0.1 acres

Property features

• Grade II Listed Period House
• Spacious Versatile Accommodation
• Four Bedrooms
• Spacious Reception Rooms
• Self Contained Annexe
• Potential Retail/Office Use
• Private Walled Courtyard Garden
• Oil Central Heating

Substantial Grade II Listed period semi detached house in village centre. Spacious Versatile Accommodation. 4 Bedrooms. Self Contained Annexe. Potential Retail/Office Use, Private Walled Courtyard Garden. Oil Central Heating.
The property is situated in the very heart of the village of Winkleigh, fronting onto the square. The village lies amidst rolling typically Devonshire countryside and has a good range of facilities including village stores, post office, butcher, primary school, pre school, public houses, veterinary and doctors surgeries and a village church. There are a good range of community activities for all ages based around the community centre, village hall and sports hall. The village has good local transport services with daily buses to Exeter and Barnstaple and also a service to Okehampton. The property is just a 10 minute drive from Eggesford Station on the branch line to Exeter. Okehampton is situated on the northern fringes of the Dartmoor National Park has an excellent range of shops and services, three supermarkets including a Waitrose, modern hospital, leisure centre and expanding sixth form college. Crediton is also easily accessible as is Exeter with its major shopping centre, main line rail, international air and M5 motorway connections. The north and south coasts of Devon and Cornwall are easily accessible with attractive beaches and delightful coastal scenery, whilst the Torridge Valley offers many opportunities for fishing and outdoor pursuits, together with riding and cycling on the Tarka Trail.

The Inglenooks comprises a period Grade II listed end terrace house fronting onto the village square. In addition to the main accommodation, there is a separate self contained annexe with its own access from Barnstaple Street. The main accommodation is versatile with two staircases serving the first floor. There are spacious character reception rooms and the property benefits from oil fired central heating. On the ground floor, the study is currently used as a consulting room and the adjoining living room could subject to consent, easily become further office/retail space if required. There is a delightful enclosed rear courtyard garden with separate pedestrian access from Barnstaple Street. The property is currently used for dual occupancy and could be divided to be completely separate to provide owner accommodation and a holiday let/rental accommodation, subject to consent.

ENTRANCE HALL: With door from square, radiator. Pine floor boards. PRINCIPLE KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: Window to front with bench seat, inset single drainer stainless sink unit with cupboards and drawers under, tiled splash backing, space and plumbing for dishwasher, large fireplace recess with tiled hearth, radiator, exposed ceiling timbers. PRINCIPLE LIVING ROOM: with three windows to side, open fireplace with fitted Villager woodburning stove on stone hearth, two radiators. INNER HALL: With stairs rising to FIRST FLOOR: Understairs store cupboard, radiator, rear porch with part glazed door to garden and bench seat. FIRST FLOOR: MAIN LANDING: With turned staircase from the hall, access to bedrooms 1 and 2. Access to roof space and fitted storage cupboard. CLOAKROOM: Having low level WC, hand basin and radiator. BEDROOM 1: Large window to side, part timber panelling to walls, radiator. EN SUITE WETROOM: Tiled shower area with Mira electric shower unit, wash basin, low level WC, built in cupboard housing hot water cylinder, heater towel rail, radiator, access to roof space. BEDROOM 2: Window to front overlooking the square with bench seat, part timber panelling to walls, decorative cast iron fireplace, fitted cupboard/wardrobe, radiator.

SECOND LIVING ROOM: Bay window to front and patterned glazed door from the square, inglenook fireplace with multi fuel stove on tiled hearth, massive bressumer beam above, built in cupboard, radiator, painted timber floor boards. STUDY/TREATMENT ROOM: Bay window to square, radiator, painted timbering to one wall. SECOND KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: Range of timber units with tiled worksurfaces, cabinets beneath, twin bowl porcelain sink, space and plumbing for dishwasher, fitted shelving, space for fridge/freezer. DINING AREA: With part glazed doors to rear garden, radiator and recessed ceiling lights, open tread staircase to first floor, through to Inner Lobby.

FIRST FLOOR: SNUG/LIVING ROOM/BEDROOM: Galleried balustrade around staircase. Double glazed window overlooking rear gardens, part exposed stonework to chimney breast, radiator. INNER LANDING: BEDROOM 3: Window over looking square with bench seat, radiator, polished oak floor boards. ENSUITE BATHROOM: Panelled bath, timber panelled surround, pedestal wash basin, low level wc, radiator, window to front. BEDROOM 4: Window with bench seat over looking square,

At the rear of the house and accessed from the courtyard and with separate access from Barnstaple Street is a small self contained annexe. SITTING ROOM/KITCHEN; With vaulted ceiling and roof light, work surface with inset sink and mixer tap, fitted electric oven, cupboards and draws and fitted wall cupboards, space for fridge/freezer. SHOWER ROOM: Fully tiled shower with electric shower unit, vanity wash basin, low level wc. FIRST FLOOR MEZANNINE BEDROOM: Galleried balustrade overlooking living room, double glazed window to garden.

Delightful enclosed courtyard garden, bordered on two sides by high walls giving peace and seclusion. The garden area is on two levels with paved and cobbled courtyard areas bordered by mature shrubs and rockery areas. There are a variety of climbing shrubs, outside tap and outside light. Access to UTILITY/WORKSHOP: with door giving separate access from Barnstaple street, space and plumbing for appliances, power, light and water connected, polycarbonate roof. Although the property does not have its own off road parking, there is plenty of unrestricted parking available in Winkleigh.

From Okehampton proceed in the North Easterly direction taking the Crediton road the B3215. After approximately 4 miles turn left at Belstone Corner just before the railway bridge signposted to Sampford Courtenay. At the mini roundabout turn right onto the A3072 and after approximately 1 mile fork left to Winkleigh and then left again after a quarter of a mile. On reaching the edge of the village of Winkleigh take the left hand turning towards the village proceeding up the hill with the school upon the right hand side. At the T junction turn right and after a short distance turn left towards the village square. Upon reaching the square the Inglenooks will be found on the corner directly opposite the post office.

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