SITUATION AND AMENITIES
The attractive winding pedestrianised Church Walk adjoins St. Mary's Church and grounds lying between Bridge Street and Buttgarden Street in the port and market town of Bideford.
The port and market town of Bideford, on the banks of the River Torridge, offers a wide range of amenities within walking distance including various shops, butchers, pubs, restaurants,long stay car parks, cafes and places of worship. Bideford has schooling for all ages (public and private), five supermarkets and shopping outlet and retail complex is nearby, with a range of popular brands such as Clarks, Crew and Starbucks. Bideford is also home to the Historic covered Pannier Market with shops and stalls and The Burton which combines an art gallery, museum with shop and a French bistro café.
There is also access to the Tarka Trail from Bideford, which affords superb walks and cycle rides, that extend beyond Torrington and Barnstaple. The popular friendly beach at Instow is around 3 miles away and the renowned coastal town of Westward Ho! is nearby which benefits from a three mile long safe and sandy beach which adjoins Northam Burrows Country Park and The Royal North Devon Golf Course, which is reputed to be the oldest links course in England. There are also a good range of amenities for its size, as well as access to the South West coastal footpath which affords excellent walks and stunning vistas of the rugged North Devon coast line.
The regional centre of Barnstaple is approximately 10 miles away and offers all of the areas main business, shopping and commercial venues. There are also good transport opportunities via the A361 Link Road which connects to the motorway network at Junction 27 of the M5 motorway or via the railway to Exeter.DESCRIPTION
A rare opportunity to acquire a period detached home located in a quiet and convenient location prominently situated overlooking St Marys Church and pretty stone walled grounds, yet within a moments' walk of Bideford town centre.
The spacious accommodation is arranged over three stories and although requiring some modernisation the property is ideal for a new owner to put their own stamp on. The property also enjoys delightful views from the front towards the church, Torridge estuary and Bideford's historic long bridge. An initial entrance hall leads into an entrance hall, with stairs that lead to the first floor and doors into the sitting room and dining room. The cosy sitting room has a lovely bay window allowing light to flood in, period open fireplace and a wide opening leading into the separate dining room. The dining room has a large fireplace (with a floor mounted gas boiler) and has some attractive storage cupboards and under stairs cupboard. The kitchen is located to the rear of the property with a door that leads to a small courtyard garden.
On the first floor, there is a generous family bathroom and principle bedroom, which is currently being used as secondary living room and enjoys views down Church Walk, of the church and estuary between the period buildings.
On the second floor there are two further bedrooms and useful storage cupboard at the top of the landing.
The accommodation, with approximate dimensions, is more clearly identified on the accompanying floorplan.DIRECTIONS
The property lies within a few minutes walk of our Quay front office. Proceed along the Quay front towards the Old Bridge and Town Hall. Turn right beside the Town Hall and then immediate left into Church Walk which forms the main entrance into St. Mary's Church. Church Walk then runs up parallel with the Church. Number 10 will be found a short distance straight ahead.PARKING NEARBY
Bideford Town has numerous car parks with the closest being Bridge Street Car Park, EX39 2JZ and then the Pannier Market (Honestone Street) Long Stay Car Park, EX39 2DJ.