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Buckland Brewer, Bideford, Devon, EX39
Guide price £369,950 | 4 bedrooms

Property features

• Characterful period home
• Amenities within walking distance
• Kitchen & utility room
• 4 Bedrooms
• 3 Reception rooms & office
• Downstairs shower room
• Garden room/home office
• Garage & parking
• Private garden
• Detached barn with potential to be converted (STPP)

Period characterful property. Spacious and flexible accommodation - four bedrooms, three reception rooms, kitchen, utility room and study. South facing garden, garage and detached barn, perfect for workshop or could be converted into holiday let/auxiliary accommodation stpp. EPC Band E.
Cleverdons is a characterful period home located in the heart of the highly sought after traditional Devonshire village of Buckland Brewer. The property sits prominently within the centre of the village with delightful views towards the pretty village green and ancient parish church. This friendly and thriving community offers a good range of amenities including a local shop, church, primary school and a thatched Inn with a skittles alley, garden and serving food throughout the week.
The historic market town of Great Torrington is approximately 5.5 miles away which offers a wider range of leisure pursuits and tourist attractions including a nine-hole golf course, RHS Rosemoor Gardens, Dartington Crystal and the renowned Tarka Trail, which is ideal for walkers and cyclists alike. Westward Ho! with its popular sandy, surfing beach is also within easy driving distance and Bideford offers a wider range of amenities including five supermarkets.

Barnstaple is approximately 15.2 miles away and proves the areas main business, shopping and commercial venues. The train station links to the rest of the rail network and the A361 (Barnstaple) provides fast vehicle access to Junction 27 (Tiverton) of the M5.

Cleverdons is one of the oldest properties in the village and offers versatile and spacious accommodation over two floors. Over the last 12 years, the current owners have lovingly restored and modernised the property. The ground floor offers a good selection of reception rooms which offer plenty of space but also the cosiness you expect of an 18th century cottage, highlights of the property include central dining room with ample space for large table and chairs, a dual aspect living room, perfect for a family and sitting room with inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove. The kitchen has all the features you would imagine in a modern home and there is a useful utility room. Lastly, the ground floor has a shower room, study and secondary staircase providing access to the fourth bedroom which is perfect for a snug/ library or independent child wanting their own space.
On the first floor, there are three double bedrooms and family bathroom.

Externally, there is an enclosed landscaped south facing garden to the rear with a delightful garden room, perfect for artist studio or home office. To the side of the property, is a former coach house/garage with hard standing parking.
Opposite the property is an detached stone barn with light and power, making an ideal workshop, or if required has the potential to adapt into auxiliary accommodation/ holiday let, subject to planning permission.
The accommodation, with approximate dimensions, is more clearly identified on the accompanying floorplan.

Upon reaching the village of Buckland Brewer proceed towards the church, where the property can be found on the right hand side, almost opposite the church, indicated by a Stags for sale board.

Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired central heating.

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