An attractive and spacious former mill set in a popular village. Hall, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, sitting room, study/bed 5, 4 bedrooms (2 en-suite) and family bathroom. Integral double garage, workshop and large garden with river frontage and fishing rights. EPC Band F
The Old Mill is situated in the sought after village of North Molton, which offers an excellent range of village amenities including a public house, primary school, churches, excellent post office/general stores, garage/petrol station and sports club. The village is easily accessible to the A361 (North Devon Link Road), which links to the regional centre of Barnstaple to the west (15 miles) and to Tiverton, which is about 20 miles to the south east with Junction 27 of the M5 and Tiverton Parkway railway station a further six miles. The local town of South Molton is about four miles with its usual day to day amenities including schooling to secondary level.
The boundary of Exmoor National Park is only one mile from from the property making it easily accessible to the moor as well as local centres and the renowned North Devon coastline is also within easy reach by car.DESCRIPTION
The Old Mill is a former water mill that was converted and extended in the mid/late 1970s to a spacious family home in a lovely setting on the bank of the River Mole. The accommodation is arranged over three floors and is presented in reasonable decorative order throughout but does offer some scope for some updating in places. Recent work has included extensive improvements to the two main reception rooms and there is the scope to create an integral annexe on the ground floor if required.ACCOMMODATION
Glazed double doors lead to a tiled porch with glazed door into the HALL. A staircase leads to first floor with under stairs cupboard. To the left is BEDROOM FOUR, a single room with recessed bookshelves, built in wardrobe and EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM with shower cubicle, wash basin, WC and heated towel rail. To the other side of the hall is a STUDY/BEDROOM 5, currently with kitchen unit with worktop over and space for fridge.
Off the hall is a rear passage and UTILITY with space and plumbing for washing machine, worktop and wash basin. Door to integral DOUBLE GARAGE.
On the FIRST FLOOR the stairs lead directly into the double aspect KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM fitted with a range of oak fronted units with worktop over 11/2 bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, oil fired Rayburn and space for electric cooker with hob over and stairs to second floor. The double aspect DINING ROOM has an oak floor, dado panelling, exposed ceiling beam and two built-in shelved cupboards. An opening leads through to the large triple aspect SITTING ROOM with oak floor, dado panelling and granite fireplace with wood burning stove. Built in shelved double cupboard and part glazed door to REAR ENTRANCE PORCH with glazed doors to outside.
On the SECOND FLOOR the landing has an outlook to the rear and useful store cupboard.The MASTER BEDROOM is a large double room with two built-in double wardrobes and an EN-SUITE BATHROOM with panelled corner bath with shower over, heated towel rail, close couple WC and dual wash basins in a vanity unit. BEDROOMS TWO and THREE are both double rooms with fitted wardrobes. The FAMILY BATHROOM is fitted with a modern suite comprising panelled corner bath and shower set in a tiled surround, pedestal wash basin, WC and heated towel rail. Airing cupboard.OUTSIDE
The property is approached over a tarmac driveway that leads to a parking and turning area adjacent to the house and continues on to one other property. The house has a highly attractive outlook across its own primarily lawned gardens to the River Mole where the fishing rights are also included in the sale. There is also a very useful WORKSHOP (23'10 x 12'4).
To the rear is an enclosed, paved area accessed at first floor level with steps leading down to the gardens where there is also a leat fed pond.VIEWING
Strictly by confirmed prior appointment please through the sole selling agents, Stags on 01769 572263.DIRECTIONS
From the North Devon Link Road (A361) on the northern outskirts of South Molton take the turning signposted to North Molton. Once in the village continue on the same road through the village and take the last left turn before the bridge. The property will be found soon after.SERVICES
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil-fired central heating via radiators with underfloor heating to the dining and sitting rooms.