Location 5 North Road is situated in a convenient location to the centre of South Molton, within easy walking distance to all local facilities and schools. South Molton provides good local facilities with supermarket, banks, Post Office, schools, health centre, library and the increasingly popular Pannier Market held on Thursdays and Saturdays, together with regular livestock markets. The regional centre of Barnstaple is approximately 12 miles distant, situated at the head of the Taw Estuary and offering a greater variety of shops and other facilities. The property is not far from Exmoor National Park providing superb riding and walking facilities. The North Devon coast with its excellent sandy beaches at Saunton, Putsborough and Woolacombe and delightful cliff walks is also within driving distance. The North Devon link road (A361) gives good access to the M5 motorway at Junction 27 with Intercity rail connections to London Paddington from Tiverton Parkway.
Description A deceptively spacious 4-bedroomed Victorian terraced house with many period features, including fireplaces, stripped doors and original tiled flooring in the hallway, along with the benefit of off-road parking and garden. With 2 reception rooms, 2 bathrooms and a generous kitchen/breakfast room, gas central heating and uPVC glazing, the property would benefit from a little cosmetic updating, but once done, would make a delightful family home.
Accommodation Wooden door to small hallway. Beautiful stained glass door to inner hall: Victorian tiled floor. Panelling to the walls. Understairs storage cupboard. Stairs to first floor. Living room: Tiled Victorian fireplace (in working order) with wooden mantel over and cupboards / shelves to either side. Large bay window. Dining room/reception room 2: Floor to ceiling built-in cupboards next to old fireplace (non working) with slate hearth. Opening to kitchen/breakfast room: Range of matching base and eye level cupboards with 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap over. Part tiled walls and tiled floor. Space for under counter appliances. Slot in cooker with 4 ring gas hob and extractor over and stainless steel splashback. Doors to courtyard. Part-glazed door to utility: Space and plumbing for washing machine and dryer with worktop over. Vinyl flooring. Door to courtyard. Door to shower room: With shower tray and electric shower, low WC and pedestal wash basin. Storage cupboard housing Intergas combi central heating boiler.
First floor Stairs lead to half-landing. Bathroom: With panelled bath with mixer tap, enclosed shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin and WC. Vinyl flooring. Bedroom 1: Double room with delightful views over the courtyard and countryside beyond. Further stairs leading to remaining 3 bedrooms. Bedroom 2: Double room with Victorian fireplace (assumed non-working) with ornate surround and wooden mantel over. Vinyl flooring. Bedroom 3: Double room overlooking the front with bay window and floorboards and Victorian fireplace (assumed non-working) with tiled ornate surround and wooden mantel over. Bedroom 4: Single room overlooking the front elevation. Outside
To the front of the property is a small enclosed garden area leading to the front door. To the rear of the property a fully walled courtyard. A wooden gate leads from the courtyard to the back lane with space to park two cars. Across the lane is the rear garden. This is reached by passing the gardens for Numbers 1-4 and consists of a large lawned area with polytunnel and large timber shed.
Services All mains services are connected. Gas central heating. Council tax: Band B. (nddc).
Viewings Strictly by appointment through the selling agent.
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