An outstanding period house and focus in the centre of the village with quaint and original features, carefully renovated by the current owner to maintain its uniqueness and charm.
The house comprises three bedrooms (one en suite), three reception rooms, bathroom, downstairs cloakroom, utility and separate pantry. Large private garden with summerhouse with Tamar river boundary, and a large single garage and additional parking.
The house enjoys views across the garden and river to the fields beyond. The garden has mature trees, being mainly laid to lawn and attracts much wildlife. We understand that the river is maintained by the Environment Agency against flooding.
There is additionally an adjacent detached redundant building with planning potential, as well as planning potential in the garden subject to planning consents.
We understand the local schools are considered to be very good, and the village attracts commuters to Plymouth, as well as Bude, Launceston and Holswort
Directions From Bude proceed out of the town towards Stratton and upon reaching the A39 turn left signposted to Bideford. Proceed for approximately quarter of a mile and take the right-hand turning signposted Holsworthy. Follow this road out of Stratton until reaching Red Post and turn right towards Launceston. Take the third left-hand turning signposted Bridgerule and as you enter the village the property will be located a short distance along on the left-hand side.
Entrance Hall A covered storm porch with half glazed front door to entrance hall. Two radiators. Understairs cupboard. Staircase with half landing with large glazed window to rear. First floor landing.
Study/Snug 11'7 max x 9'3 Large original tiled arched fireplace with lacquered wood surround and mantelpiece over. Picture rails. Radiator and sash window. Internet and telephone points.
Sitting Room 12'8 x 12'3 Huge traditional Devonshire fireplace and timber lintel, with woodburning stove, and cloam oven with lighting. Window seat. Wall lights. Sash window. Doors to front and rear halls.
Cloakroom/WC 8' max x 7'3 max Re-fitted with a modern white suite comprising: Low level WC and a wash hand basin with tiled splashback. Window to the rear elevation, extractor fan and a single radiator. Door leading into:-
Kitchen 13'9 x 10'4 Fitted matching floor and wall cupboards with solid wood doors, gloss work surfaces and tiling. Matching display dresser. Under cupboard lighting. 1 ½ bowl deep sink, drainer and mixer tap. Integrated frig, dishwasher and sink disposal unit. Integrated fan heater. Single radiator. Range cooker recessed into feature chimney breast and surround, and display mantel over. Integrated overhead extractor, lighting and tiling. Rear door and door to dining room. Door leading to
Large walk in pantry 9' max x 5'8 avg Traditional pantry now with fitted matching floor and wall units, worktops, and tiling, to integrate with kitchen. Light and power points.
Dining Room 13'2 x 12' Attractive high vaulted ceiling and feature walls, with integrated display shelf across full width of rear wall. Wall lights and central light. Double radiator. Double glazed window to side with wide sill. Circular steps down to half glazed door to front.
Utility Room 10'4 x 4' avg Space and plumbing for washing machine, tumble drier, fridge freezer. Floor to ceiling shelving..
First Floor Landing A turning staircase ascends to the first floor landing with large access to loft space. Panelled doors serve the following rooms:-
Master Bedroom/First Floor Sitting Room 13'10 max x 12'10 max A light and spacious master bedroom with two windows overlooking the garden, with full length fitted window seat, and extensive storage space under. Floor to ceiling book shelves and additional shelving x 2 for music storage etc. This room is currently used as a first floor sitting room by our vendor but would also make up the master bedroom with en-suite facility, double radiator. Door to:-
En-suite Shower Room Fitted with an enclosed tiled shower with a Mira electric shower over, low level WC, modern glass pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap over and full wall and floor tiling with decorative boarder.
Bedroom Two 13'10 x 12'5 A spacious double room again with sliding sash window to the front elevation enjoying views over the garden and nearby farm land, picture rails, feature cast iron fireplace and single radiator.
Bedroom Three 11'6 max x 11'6 max A further double room with sliding sash window to the rear elevation, single radiator, feature cast iron fireplace and under eves storage cupboard housing the wall mounted gas fired combination boiler which was replaced in 2018.
Family Bathroom 12' max x 8' max This spacious family bathroom has been re-fitted with a modern white suite comprising: Low level WC with concealed cistern, contemporary wash hand basin with mixer tap over, large double ended bath with central mixer tap and a large double enclosed shower cubical with soak head shower and hand attachment over. Full wall and floor tiling with decorative mosaic boarder, heated chrome towel rail, extractor fan and window to rear elevation.
Outside The property is situated in the heart of the village of Bridgerule with a gravelled front path, side access and a small area to the rear allowing for deliveries of the lpg propane gas cylinders.
On the opposite side of the lane is a large enclosed private garden running down to the river Tamar with views over surrounding fields and woodland. The garden has mature tree boundaries, apple trees, and is mainly laid to lawn centrally, with a large summerhouse close to the river. There is an abundance of wildlife in and around the garden and river making it particularly attractive to naturalists of all kinds. We understand the fields opposite the Tamar river are managed by the Environment Agency in flood protection and as such development is highly unlikely. A previous uplift on the Tamara garden, having recently expired, frees a future owner to pursue potential development of the site, subject to planning permission with the local authority and the Environment Agency.
Summerhouse 9' x 9' A useful large timber summerhouse with internet and telephone access. Would be particularly attractive as an artists studio, or for hobbies and birdwatching as well as a quiet and private office
Outbuilding To the side of the property is a redundant outbuilding, which has potential for separate dwelling, or attachment to Tamara, subject to planning permission from the local authority
Garage & Parking There is an area of hard standing off-road parking laid to concrete, which then leads into a large detached timber framed single garage, with window and pedestrian door to the side leading out to the garden.
Council Tax Band C
Services Mains water, mains drainage, mains electricity and propane gas cylinders for central heating and cooking.