A delightful Grade II listed semi detached cottage with large garden and parking. Country kitchen/breakfast room, large sitting room with much sought after character, home office/snug, four double bedrooms (master ensuite), family bathroom, off road parking for at least 3 vehicles, large garden, fruit trees and chicken run. EPC Band D
Situated approximately halfway between the pretty medieval town of Totnes and the bustling market town of Newton Abbot, is the popular village of Ipplepen and the small rural hamlet of Dainton. Jericho Cottage is situated in the heart of the hamlet and is well placed to enjoy easy access to amenities and communications in the surrounding larger towns.
Totnes and Newton Abbot, and nearby Torquay, offer a comprehensive range of shops, medical and professional services, excellent schools, churches and eateries, as well as main line rail stations with connections to London Paddington. DESCRIPTION
A charming period cottage of much character in a sought after village location. The property has good access onto the A381
Totnes to Newton Abbot road. Large level garden and plenty of off-road parking. ACCOMMODATION
Entrance door to large kitchen with timber floor and bespoke range of hand-built units. Range of wooden and granite surfaces, a Belfast sink, integrated dishwasher, plate rack and space for a free standing fridge. Space and plumbing for washing machine.
Stable door through to the dining room with a step down to the main sitting room with large inglenook fireplace, slate hearth, woodburning stove and exposed ceiling timbers.
Ground floor cloakroom where the oil fired boiler is located. Door to main entrance porch and further door down to study. Door through to Bedroom 4 with ensuite shower enclosure and Mira Vie electric shower.
From the sitting room an original timber door provides access to a flight of stairs leading to the first floor landing.
Family bathroom with corner bath and shower over and airing cupboard. Bedroom 1 has vaulted ceilings, exposed ceiling timbers and views over the village. Bedrooms 2 and 3, again, both with exposed ceiling timbers. OUTSIDE
Jericho Cottage benefits from a large garden, mainly laid to lawn with a patio on the southerly elevation which is incredibly private owing to the tall timber fencing.
The garden extends to include numerous sheds and a greenhouse, together with apple trees, pear trees and space for children's climbing frame.
At the far end of the garden, there is a gate which leads through to a further orchard area where there are plum, apple and pear trees and was previously used as a chicken run. SERVICES
Oil fired central heating, mains water and electricity and septic tank for drainage. LOCAL AUTHORITY
Teignbridge District Council, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 4XX. Tel: 01626 361101. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. VIEWING
Strictly by prior appointment with Stags on 01803 865454. DIRECTIONS
From Totnes on The A381 towards Newton Abbot and at Ipplepen Park Hill Cross (by the petrol station), turn right and proceed for approximately 1/4 mile, At the next crossroads, turn left signed Dainton.
Continue into Dainton and Jericho Cottage can be found on the right hand side, approximately the 5th property on the right. Proceed through the 5-bar timber gate to the front of the gravelled entrance drive.