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Throwleigh, Okehampton
Guide price £395,000 | 2 bedrooms

Property features

• Kitchen/Dining Room
• Sitting Room
• Study
• Cloakroom
• 2 Bedrooms
• Bathroom
• Outbuildings
• Carport and Parking
• Dartmoor Village
• No Chain

The property occupies an enviable location, situated down a private lane (with 3 further properties), yet being within 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 and Village Hall. 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 independent shops, as well as a primary school, Montessori nursery, public houses and hotel, a health clinic, dentist and library. 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.

Wooda Farmhouse is a a charming and well appointed granite built, oil fired centrally heated semi detached cottage, located in this quiet Dartmoor village setting. in brief the property comprises of a entrance porch, opening to a pantry, study and cloakroom. The kitchen/dining room is of a generous size and boast a solid fuel cooking stove, there is a dual aspect sitting room with multi fuel stove, whilst the first floor offers two bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside are attractive and well established cottage gardens, together with numerous sheds/outbuildings and ample parking. The property is offered with no ongoing chain and comes to the market for the first time in many years.

Via part glazed door to Porch: windows to front, doors to Pantry: window to side aspect. Study: window to side aspect, access to roof space. oil fired boiler providing hot water and central heating. Door to Cloakroom: comprising Wc, plumbing and space for washing machine. Kitchen/Dining Room: range of base cupboards with work surfaces over, tiled surrounds and wall cupboards over. Inset sink and drainer, space for electric cooker and low level fridge, solid fuel cooking stove inset in fireplace with granite lintel over. space for dining table, door to front and side porch, double aspect windows. Sitting Room: dual aspect windows, Fireplace with granite lintel and inset multi fuel stove, staircase to first floor. First Floor Landing: window to front aspect, doors to Bedroom 1: stripped wood floors, fitted wardrobe cupboard and recess with hanging rail, part vaulted ceiling, window to side aspect. Bedroom 2: window to rear aspect, fitted wardrobe cupboard and further storage cupboard, part vaulted ceiling, fireplace recess. Bathroom: white suite comprising panelled bath, Wc and wash basin with tiled splashbacks, stripped wood floors. Panelling to half wall, Built in airing cupboard.

Immediately to the side of the house is parking for several vehicles, Adjacent there is a Garden Store, Log Store and General Store. Together with a Carport: with galvanised roof and small area of garden above. Attached to the property are two adjoining Stone Barns: with light connected. The gardens lie to the front and are primarily laid to lawn with mature shrubs trees and bushes, enclosed by granite stone walls and hedges, pedestrian and five bar gate to the lane.

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 right into Shilstone lane. As you climb up the hill, take the lane on you right, just after Woodacott (white thatched cottage), proceed down the lane and the property will be found upon your left hand side.

mains electric and water. Private drainage and oil fired central heating.

The tenant farmer who currently lets the surrounding land, has a right of way over the drive to access the field gate beyond ( if required), although we understand this is seldom used as they are able to access this from an adjoining field.

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