A detached family home with stabling and approximately 3.76 acres.
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Wrigwell Cottage is a charming rendered property offering attractive accommodation arranged over two floors. The ground floor accommodation is accessed from a welcoming entrance hall and includes a generous-size drawing room with a beamed fireplace and a wood burning stove; plus a sitting room with a cast iron fireplace with another wood burning stove. There is a dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room with a useful neighbouring fitted utility room providing rear garden access. The kitchen offers a range of units with modern integrated appliances including an electric oven and grill, electric hob and an extractor fan.
The first floor accommodation provides a spacious dual aspect master bedroom with built-in storage, two further double bedrooms with decorative cast iron fireplaces and a family bathroom with a separate walk-in shower.
This property has 3.76 acres of land.
The property is approached over a low- maintenance lawned front garden enclosed by low-level walling and with a gravelled side driveway offering private parking for multiple vehicles and with double gates to the rear aspect. To the rear the garden offers an expanse of sloping lawn with a large paved terrace, bordered by mature trees creating total privacy; ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining. The property also benefits from a neighbouring detached stable block with four open stalls and a covered area of hardstanding with water connected. The rest of the land comprises enclosed pasture. In total, the gardens and land measure approximately 3.76 acres.
Wrigwell Cottage is well situated in the beautiful South Devon countryside, on the doorstep of all the wonderful outdoor pursuits the area has to offer. Bickington village is approximately 1.7 miles away and lies on the east edge of the Dartmoor National Park, offering a range of day-to-day amenities including a farm shop, church, village hall and public house. Ramshorn Down, an area of common land in the village, makes this a popular area for walking and horse riding while the sandy beaches and boating facilities of Shaldon, Teignmouth, Torbay and Torquay are easily accessible. The nearby market town of Newton Abbot offers more extensive shopping, service and leisure facilities. Communication links are excellent: there is a bus stop moments from the property and the nearby A38 provides a fast link to Exeter. Newton Abbot station offers regular trains to Exeter and central London. Exeter International Airport is approximately 23 miles away and offers a range of domestic and European flights.
The area provides a range of state education including Blackpool C of E Primary School (rated Outstanding by Ofsted), Coombeshead Academy and Newton Abbot College together with Torquays renowned Grammar schools. There is a selection of established independent schools including Stover, Sands, St. Christophers, Park, Totnes Progressive School, Abbey and EF Academy Torbay.
From Exeter, head south on the A38 until the exit for the A382 towards Newton Abbot/Bovey Tracey/Moretonhampstead. At the roundabout, take the third exit and proceed for approximately 3.5 miles to the end of the road. At the junction, turn left onto the A383/Ashburton Road, pass the Dartmoor Halfway Inn on the left, and take the next right hand turn. The entrance to Wrigwell Cottage is found immediately on the left.Read all
- Three double bedrooms
- Approximately 3.76 acres
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