A perfect opportunity to acquire this beautiful, well maintained, oil fired centrally heated, PVCu double glazed, 2 bedroom (master en-suite), detached house with adjoining garage, off road parking, and lovely front and rear gardens. Located in a quiet cul-de-sac with some pleasant views in this friendly village. Available with no onward chain. EPC=CWith its beautiful gardens and quiet location, this property has every attribute of a country cottage although it has the benefit of only being some 13 years old. The accommodation, which features some quality oak flooring, briefly comprises: Entrance Porch, Entrance Hall, 21ft Double Aspect Lounge/Dining Room, Well-Appointed Kitchen, and Cloakroom. The First Floor Landing serves the En-Suite Master Bedroom, Second Bedroom, and Bathroom. Particularly from the First Floor, there are some fine views over the cul-de-sac to the surrounding countryside towards the moors in the distance. The property is PVCu double glazed with oil fired central heating.
Little Meadow is a quality and quiet cul-de-sac development of only ten properties on the edge of Pyworthy. No.6 enjoys a sunny southerly aspect and is within a level walk of the village centre with its popular inn and village hall. The bustling market town of Holsworthy is some 2 miles and offers a good range of local and national shops, including a Waitrose supermarket, professional services, leisure amenities and schooling to secondary level. Bude on the North Cornish Coast with its sandy surfing beaches is about 10 miles and for those wishing to travel further afield Okehampton and the A30 dual carriageway are some 20 miles.
Directions From Holsworthy proceed along Bodmin Street signed Pyworthy/North Tamerton. After about 0.75 miles, at the bottom of the hill on the outskirts of Holsworthy, proceed over a small bridge and turn right signed Derriton. Follow this road for about a 1.25 miles to Pyworthy. Upon entering the village take the first left hand turning signed Shortlands and then turn right into Little Meadow where No.6 will be found in the right hand corner.
The Accommodation Comprises (All Measurements Are Approximate):-
Timber door to:
Entrance Porch (4' 0" x 2' 10")
Brick floor. Courtesy light. Store shelf. Door with glazed panels leading to:
Oak floor. Radiator. Stairs rising to the First Floor with window to front. Coving.
Opaque window to side. Radiator. 2 piece white suite.
Lounge/Diner (21' 6" x 10' 0")
Oak floor. Window to front. Double glazed Sliding door leading to the rear garden. 2 radiators. TV point. Coving. Uplighters.
Kitchen (8' 11" x 8' 4")
Oak floor. Window overlooking the rear garden, and PVCu double glazed door with storm porch leading to outside. Radiator. Worksurface extending to 2 walls with matching base and wall units. Plumbing for washing machine. Complementary tiled splashbacking. 1¼ bowl inset stainless steel sink. 4 ring electric hob with illuminated extractor. Matching oven. Space for fridge. Coved ceiling. Directional spotlights. "Worcester Heatslave" boiler.
First Floor Landing
Window to side with nice views. Radiator. Built-in airing cupboard with a radiator.
3.91m max x 3.35m max. - Window to front enjoying a very pleasant outlook over the cul-de-sac to countryside beyond. Radiator. Coving. Built-in wardrobe.
Opaque window to front. Radiator. 2 piece white suite, and a shower cubicle with "Mira Sport" shower. Fully tiled. Extractor fan.
3.40m max x 3.15m - "Velux" window in an angled ceiling giving plenty of natural light. Access to roof space. Radiator.
Bathroom (7' 6" x 7' 0")
Opaque window to rear. Radiator. 3 piece white suite. Tiled splashbacking. Extractor fan.
The drive provides useful off road parking for 1 car and gives access to the:
Adjoining Garage (18' 3" x 9' 7")
Up and over door. Rear service door. Light and power connected. Electric wall mounted heater.
Front lawn with a lovely collection of flowers/shrubs, including a hawthorn and acer tree. Pretty rose climbing over the Entrance Porch. A brick path to the front door continues to the side gate where a paved path and ornamental gravel provide a useful amenity area. To the rear is a paved patio with timber garden shed to one side. From here, steps lead up under an acer tree with attractive dry stone walling to either side. The rear lawn is bordered by incredibly well stocked beds with a great collection of flowers and shrubs forming a nice degree of privacy. Paved path to Summerhouse. Plastic oil storage tank. To the side of the Garage is an enclosed storage area. Outside tap.
Mains water, electricity, and drainage.
Band 'C' (please note this council band may be subject to reassessment).
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