A charming detached Grade II Listed thatched cottage with outbuildings at the heart of Bickleigh.
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Formerly two cottages and dating in part from the late 17th century, Church Green is a plastered cob and stone residence offering flexible accommodation arranged in an L-shaped configuration over two floors and benefits from additional outbuildings, one ripe for conversion into additional living or office space, if required (subject to planning permission). The property combines the amenities of modern living with a wealth of retained character features including casement windows and exposed beams.
The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming entrance hall briefly comprises a spacious rear aspect sitting room with feature corner fireplace, a well-proportioned dual aspect office and a large rear aspect kitchen/breakfast room with a neighbouring fitted utility room with Belfast sink. The kitchen offers a range of wall and floor units, a window seat, space for a good-sized table and double doors to a glazed rear porch/boot room.
The first floor is accessible over two separate staircases from the entrance hall and the kitchen/breakfast room and offers a generous master bedroom with built-in storage. There is a second dual aspect bedroom with built-in storage and an en suite bathroom, one further rear aspect bedroom and a family bathroom.
Church Green enjoys a prominent village site and an unspoiled exterior with gardens. The property is approached over a private roadway offering private parking with a pedestrian path leading to a paved terrace and seating area bordered by an area of gently-sloping lawn screened by mature hedging. To one side of the roadway lies a generous detached outbuilding offering a workshop and one further room, ideal for conversion into office or further living accommodation if required (subject to planning permission). The rear garden features areas of terraced lawn, a rockery with garden pond and a second outbuilding incorporating a store and a converted timber-lined garden room with full-height glazing to two aspects and French doors to a large paved terrace with pizza oven, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining. The whole garden enjoys far-reaching views over surrounding countryside.
Bickleigh is an attractive village straddling the River Exe and offers a good range of day-to- day amenities including a village school, community centre, a public house and Bickleigh Mill. The nearby town of Tiverton lies to the north and offers a wider range of facilities including supermarkets, traditional High Street shops, banks, a leisure centre, golf course and secondary state education. As the regional capital of the South West, historic Exeter to the south has great business facilities together with open air markets, restaurants, cafés and wine bars. The city is well served with a good range of leisure and cultural amenities, including theatres, museums, galleries and cinemas and substantial shopping facilities.
Communications links are excellent: Exmoor National Park is within easy driving distance to the north and the A361 North Devon link road gives easy access to the spectacular sandy surf beaches of North Devon. The M5 provides easy access to the university and cathedral city of Exeter to the south, to Taunton and to the national motorway network. Tiverton Parkway station provides mainline rail connections to Exeter and to London in around two hours and Exeter International Airport provides an ever-increasing number of domestic and international flights including twice daily flights to London City.
The area offers access to a good selection of state schooling including Bickleigh on Exe C of E Primary School in the village and Tiverton High School. Renowned independent schools include Blundells, Wellington, Queens College, Taunton and Kings College.
From Strutt & Parkers Exeter office, turn right onto Barnfield Way and turn left onto Western Way (B3212). Follow this road for 0.5 miles and at the roundabout take the 2nd exit. Continue onto Old Tiverton Road and after 0.4 miles at the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Stoke Hill. After 1.7 miles turn right, left and then right again and after 1 mile continue onto High Street (A396). Follow A396 for 5.9 miles then turn right. After 0.3 miles Church Green can be found on the left-hand side.Read all
- Attractive period features
- Total internal area approx. 2,452 sq. ft.
- Highly sought-after village location
- Detached workshop
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