Four bedrooms (one en-suite and one with bath)
We are extremely pleased to offer for sale this former Corn mill, cottage and shop having being completely restored and refurbished by the current owner is the last 2 years. These works included re-roofing, replacement of doors, windows and floors. Re-wiring, re-plumbing, new kitchen and bathrooms etc. There are many character features and benefits from oil fired central heating, extensive double glazing and pearl slate flooring to the ground floor. The property offers spacious, adaptable, light and airy accommodation.
To appreciate all this property has to offer early viewing is advised.
Agents note: The property is currently tenanted under a 6 month assured shorthold tenancy which commenced early January 2013.
The entrance hall:
With tiled floor leads into the dining room, with window to the front elevation with deep sill and staircase rising to the first floor.
The dining room:
Opens into the former mill, now a spacious and versatile sitting room. It has exposed ceiling timbers and a tiled floor, exposed stonework and timber panelling to the wall. There is a wood burning stove on a slate and brick plinth.
A very cosy room with an open stone fireplace with slate hearth, canopy and original Bessemer timber beam.
Fitted with a range of antique timber units with granite work surfaces. Single drainer enamel sink with mixer tap. Integral dishwasher. Tiled cooking area with range master extractor hood. Space for fridge/freezer. Door leads into double glazed sun room.
A spacious room fitted with triple glazed polycarbonate roof. Travertine floor tiles and patio door leading into the pretty courtyard.
The former shop:
Has a high vaulted ceiling original A frame and exposed cob and brickwork making this an interesting room suitable for many uses.
Low level WC with corner wash hand basin and tiled floor.
To the first floor:
There are four bedrooms with the master bedroom being dual aspect with two velux style roof lights with fitted blinds. This room incorporates a roll top bath with Victorian style mixer shower.
With en-suite shower room, fully tiled shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and low level W.C.
Bedrooms three and four:
Both a good size with windows to the front elevation.
The family bathroom:
Fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath with Victorian style mixer shower fitment and screen door. Vanity wash hand basin with cupboard below. Low level W.C. Heated towel rail.
To the outside:
The property is approached at the side via a wide timber gate giving access to the side gravelled courtyard parking area. This is bordered by a high stone wall and has access to the lockable oil tank room and separate boiler room. There is also plumbing for washing machine. There is an open fronted garage with loading door from the road. To the rear of the house is a gravelled pathway and steps leading to an elevated garden area. The garden has been landscaped for easy maintenance with gravelled areas, paving slabs and bordered with flower and shrub borders. There are timber seats made from original timbers from the house and in the corner is a decked patio area with gazebo a lovely sunny corner for sitting out. To the front of the house is a gravelled area with access to the former shop door and has external flood lights.
Hatherleigh is a small market town with a thriving community offering a range of shops and amenities. Every Tuesday the town comes to life with its flourishing market consisting of a small mammals and poultry auction, good local produce, homemade cakes, and a household auction for many bargains. The town has three public houses and also benefits from a primary school, health centre and veterinary centre. The town has recently benefitted from a modern community hall which is available for multiple uses and has the added benefit of a floodlit astro-turf pitch which is available all year round. There is easy access to the Tarka Trail which offers 30 miles of dis-used railway track for cycling and walking.
Hatherleigh is situated in 'Ruby Country', a collection of parishes which part of the farming country. The Ruby Country shows off the rural, unspoilt countryside which has been somewhat hidden via a collection of walks, cycle paths and horse riding tracks which have been developed to celebrate the visual delights of Devon.
Situated just 8 miles south is the larger town of Okehampton which offers a wider range of supermarkets and individual shops. Okehampton has a state of the art hospital, a range of schooling and leisure centre as well as being the gateway onto Dartmoor National Park. Dartmoor National Park is renowned for its excellent hiking and horse riding routes, offering 368 square miles of natural tors, bogs and rivers.
Sitting Room 28' x 10'7" (8.53m x 3.23m).
Dining Room 20' max x 14'6" (6.1m max x 4.42m).
Kitchen 13'6" x 10'8" (4.11m x 3.25m).
Snug 11'11" x 14'2" (3.63m x 4.32m).
Sun Room 17'2" x 9' (5.23m x 2.74m).
Former Shop 10' x 11'6" (3.05m x 3.5m).
Master bedroom 20' x 10'6" (6.1m x 3.2m).
Bedroom Two 14'9" x 12'9" (4.5m x 3.89m).
Bedroom Three 12'3" x 10'11" (3.73m x 3.33m).
Bedroom Four 10'4" x 9'10" (3.15m x 3m).
Open fronted garage 13'6" x13' (4.11m x3.96m).
Leave Torrington on the A386 towards Okehampton. Continue on this road passing through the villages of Merton and Meeth following the road signs for Hatherleigh. At the mini roundabout on the edge of the town turn left and proceeds into the town into Bridge Street. The property will be found after a short distance on your right hand side with a Webbers Fine & country For Sale board clearly displayed.
From the M5, take the turning signposted A30 Bodmin/ Okehampton. Follow this road for approximately 28 miles, and come off at the Sourton Cross junction. At the bottom of the slip road turn right signposted Bideford/ Hatherleigh (A386). Follow this road for 2 miles and at the first roundabout take the second exit, continue to the next roundabout and take the first exit signposted Hatherleigh. Continue along the A386 until reaching Hatherleigh and at the first roundabout take the 3rd exit into the town into Bridge Street. The property will be found after a short distance on your right hand side with a Webbers Fine & country For Sale board clearly displayed.