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Throwleigh, Okehampton
Guide price £399,950 | 3 bedrooms

Property features

• Sitting Room
• Kitchen
• Dining Room
• Ground Floor WC
• 3 Bedrooms
• Bathroom
• Gardens and Garage
• Paddock
• Large Outbuilding
• 0.5 acres

The property is situated in the heart of the picturesque Dartmoor village of Throwleigh. The village itself has an historic 15th century church, whilst in the nearby hamlet of Wonson, there is the well known local inn, the Northmore Arms. From the village there are many footpaths leading into the surrounding countryside and woodlands and up onto the high moor with many opportunities for riding, walking and outdoor pursuits. The popular Dartmoor town of Chagford is some three miles away offering a good range of day to day and specialised shops, primary school, public houses and hotel. The nearby village of South Zeal has a primary school, village store and two inns. The town of Okehampton offers a wider range of shops, services, education and recreational facilities. From Throwleigh, there is easy access to the A30 dual carriageway, providing a direct link with the cathedral and university city of Exeter with its M5 motorway, main line rail and international air connections.

The Forge comprises a semi detached period granite cottage offering deceptively spacious accommodation with scope for some further improvement if required. The property is extensively double glazed and oil centrally heated and was formerly the village post office. Immediately adjoining is a good sized area of garden, with a garage and off road parking. Directly across the lane, from the property is an excellent pasture paddock of approximately 0.5 an acre, with outbuildings including a granite shed, timber shed/store and a field shelter. The paddock would be ideal for keeping a pony or for general stock grazing. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a cottage with paddock in the heart of this most sought Dartmoor village.

LIVING ROOM: Window to front with bench seat. Impressive stone inglenook fireplace with massive timber bressummer and a woodwarm multi fuel stove. Exposed stonework to wall at side. Door giving access to concealed staircase to first floor. KITCHEN: Range of timber units with roll edge worksurfaces, inset single drainer stainless steel sink unit, worksurface with cupboards and drawers under, fitted wall cupboards. Worcester oil fired combi boiler, space for fridge/freezer, radiator. DINING ROOM: (Formerly the post office) double aspect windows and door to front. Radiator. UTILITY LOBBY: With plumbing for automatic washing machine, separate WC.FIRST FLOOR: LANDING: With two windows to front, one with bench seat. Fitted store cupboard, radiator. BEDROOM 1: Double aspect windows with attractive rural views at front. Radiator. BEDROOM 2: Window overlooking rear garden, radiator. BEDROOM 3: Window overlooking rear garden. BATHROOM: Panelled bath with tiled splash backing and electric shower unit. Pedestal wash basin, low level WC, built in airing cupboard, heated towel rail, radiator. Radiator.

Immediately to the rear of the property, steps lead up to an attractive area of garden, laid to lawn and bordered by mature hedging and trees. The far end of the garden slopes down to an off road parking area and GARAGE 13' x 11' of concrete sectional construction beneath a corrugated roof, with concrete floor. Directly across the lane from the property, are the outbuildings which include a former SHIPPON 20'4" x 10'1" of granite construction with a corrugated roof and concrete floors. Double doors gives access from the road. Further adjoining SHED/STORE 9'10" x 9', being part cobbled. Through to adjoining HAYBARN 20'2" x 12', of timber construction under a corrugated roof. Access to FIELD SHELTER/STABLE 24'4" x 17'. The pasture paddock extends to just under half an acre and has gated access via a right of way from the road. The paddock is surrounded by trees and mature hedging and there are a number of fruit trees.

From Okehampton proceed out of the town in a easterly direction as if towards Exeter. Pass over the dual carriageway and follow the road into Sticklepath, proceeding through the village. On the sharp left hand bend, turn right at Drybridge heading for Throwleigh, proceed into the village and at the T-junction by the church, turn left and after a short distance at the war memorial bear right, where upon the property will be found after a short distance upon the right hand side.

Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heatingLOCAL AUTHORITY: West Devon Borough Council & Dartmoor National Park.

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