The property is set in a convenient location close to the centre of Dulverton, which nestles in the Barle River valley enjoying riverside walks and is known as The Gateway to Exmoor. The town has a strong community and provides good day-to-day shopping together with two churches, post office, chemist, medical, dental and veterinary surgeries and a well-supported town hall. In addition there are good restaurants and recreational facilities including squash courts, all-weather tennis courts, football and cricket pitches.
Tiverton, 14 miles distant, offers further shopping and entertainment facilities and the well-known Blundells School together with easy access to the M5 and mainline railway station at Tiverton Parkway. The county town of Taunton is 26 miles away.
The property is ideally located to take advantage of the walking and riding on the wonderful heather and gorse clad moorland slopes and the beautiful river valleys. Wimbleball Lake is just 6 miles away and North Devon coastline has an excellent range of beaches from which to enjoy numerous water sports.DESCRIPTION
This attractive cottage is of late Victorian origin and housed working families for the nearby watermill. With rendered elevations under a tile roof, the cottage is ideally situated within Dulverton, being a short easy walk to the town centre and its amenities. The property maintains its unique character. It is currently being rented out as a holiday cottage and provides a good income.ACCOMMODATION
The front door leads into a welcoming hallway with high ceilings and the staircase to the upper floor. The sitting room has a pretty wrought iron fireplace with pine surround, partly wood panelled walls and a large sash window. The dining room provides plenty of space for a four-seat table and has a large utility cupboard with a fridge and freezer. The bright and cheerful kitchen is open plan to the dining area and has a sink unit with cupboards, space for free-standing electric appliances and velux. The downstairs shower room has a built-in cubicle, hand basin and WC.
Upstairs is a light and airy master double bedroom with a feature wrought iron fireplace with pine surround, a large sash window and space for an extra single or sofa bed if required. The second bedroom is suitable for a double bed and has characterful pine boarded walls and partition, with an airing cupboard in the corner.OUTSIDE
There is no designated parking with the property however public car parks are just a short walk away and season tickets can be acquired.SERVICES
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Electric heating. Broadband available.VIEWING
Strictly by appointment with the agents please.DIRECTIONS
On entering Dulverton on the B3222 continue over the bridge and after 100 metres turn right turn into Chapel Street. No 7 will be found after 20 metres on the left.COUNCIL TAX
Band B (2019/2020)