Brewers cottage is tucked away towards the western edge of the popular and award winning village of Kings Nympton which has an excellent public house, The Grove Inn, primary school, church and village hall and is set amidst unspoilt rolling countryside. The area offers a wealth of outdoor pursuits including walking, riding, cycling, fishing on the Rivers Mole and Taw. There is also a train station on the Barnstaple to Exeter Tarka Line about two miles away at Kings Nympton Station.
Kings Nympton is five miles from the thriving market town of South Molton which offers an excellent range of shopping, social and banking facilities and amenities including schooling to secondary level and weekly pannier and stock markets. The town is bypassed by the A361 North Devon Link Road which provides an excellent link to the North Devon regional centre of Barnstaple to the west and Tiverton and the M5 (Junction 27) to the east. There is a main line railway station at Tiverton Parkway with mainline service to London Paddington (just over 2 hours).DESCRIPTION
Brewers Cottage is a charming detached cottage and is one of many Grade II listed buildings in the village. The cottage is believed to date from the late 16th or early 17th Century and has a wealth of character features. Set across from the cottage is a delightful, enclosed garden.ACCOMMODATION
Part glazed front door into HALL with slate tiled floor and stairs rising to first floor. The KITCHEN/DINING ROOM is a double aspect room with with slate tiled floor and exposed beams. The kitchen area is fitted with a range of shaker style base units with worktops over. Space for under counter fridge, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Electric double oven with hob and hood over. Sink unit with mixer tap. Former fireplace recess now housing the boiler and former creamer niche. The SITTING ROOM is a charming room with exposed ceiling beams, window seat, two display alcoves, Large stone fireplace with slate hearth, bread oven and open wood burning stove.
On the FIRST FLOOR there is a galleried landing with doors off to BEDROOM ONE, a double aspect double room with exposed roof timbers. BEDROOM TWO is also a double room with Victorian fireplace and exposed roof timbers. The BATHROOM is well-fitted with a panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, WC and pedestal wash basin. Recess with hanging rail and airing cupboard.OUTSIDE
Opposite the cottage is a cobbled area flanked by two useful stone barns. A gate leads through to the beautiful enclosed gardens, which are mainly laid to lawn with well-stocked flower and shrub borders. There is also a paved patio and log store.SERVICES
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil-fired central heating via radiators.VIEWING
Strictly by confirmed prior appointment please through the sole selling agents, Stags on 01769 572263.DIRECTIONS
From the centre of the village facing The Grove Inn public house turn left, continue past the entrance to the village square on the left and as the road bears round to the right keep left and continue straight on. The end of Brewers Cottage will be seen directly in front of you.