Situated in the heart of Bideford Town and offering charming, well-maintained accommodation is this beautiful, double-fronted, early 18th century Grade II listed mid-terraced home. Filled with character and providing generous living accommodation, this home is everything you would wish for from a Bideford Town property. A newly fitted shaker style Kitchen has been installed and offers modern appliances in a timeless style. There are 3 double Bedrooms to the First Floor and a family Bathroom. The Ground Floor Study could be utilised as an additional Bedroom. The courtyard garden is a private and relaxing space with a large jasmine tree dominating the backdrop. There is plenty of space to eat al fresco or entertain. There is a useful utility space accessed via the courtyard providing an all-year round drying space. We have no hesitation in recommending an early viewing to avoid disappointment.
Timber and glazed entrance door to:
Spacious Entrance Hall Cushioned vinyl flooring. Carpeted stairs rising to First Floor with understairs storage cupboard. Barn door to courtyard garden.
Study / Bedroom 4 9'3" x 7' (2.82m x 2.13m). Large secondary glazed, easy clean Everest sash window to front elevation. Fitted carpet, radiator.
Lounge 16'3" x 10'1" (4.95m x 3.07m). A beautiful front Lounge with secondary glazed, easy clean Everest sash window to front elevation. Original ornate fireplace with tiled hearth and timber surround. Fitted carpet, radiator.
Kitchen 12'2" x 9'7" (3.7m x 2.92m). UPVC double glazed window overlooking the courtyard garden. Newly fitted Kitchen comprising a comprehensive range of shaker style base and eye level units and drawers with real oak work surfaces. Butler style sink with waste disposal unit, drainer and mixer tap. Large Range cooker with extractor hood over and 5-ring gas hob. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Wall mounted cupboard housing combination boiler. Modern tower style radiator, vinyl floor covering, modern tempered glass splashbacking.
Cloakroom UPVC obscure double glazed window to rear elevation. Low level push button flush WC and wall mounted wash hand basin. Radiator, cushioned vinyl flooring.
First Floor Landing UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation. Built-in airing cupboard with slatted shelving.
Bedroom 1 11'11" x 11'7" (3.63m x 3.53m). Large secondary glazed, easy clean Everest sash window to front elevation. Radiator, fitted carpet. Useful built-in storage cupboard.
Bedroom 2 12'3" (3.73m) into door recess x 11'5" (3.48m). Secondary glazed, easy clean Everest sash window to front elevation. Built-in storage cupboard. Fitted carpet, radiator, loft hatch access.
Bedroom 3 10'5" (3.18m) x 8'5" (2.57m) into door recess. UPVC double glazed window to side elevation. Fitted carpet, radiator, loft hatch access.
Bathroom UPVC double glazed window to side elevation. 3-piece white suite comprising bath with wall mounted mixer shower over, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Laminate flooring, radiator.
Outside To the rear of the property is a private and sunny courtyard garden with a patio area leading to a Shed (currently housing a tumble dryer). Steps lead up to a raised patio area enjoying maturing shrubs and having plenty of space for potted plants and large Jasmine providing a fragrant canopy.
There are numerous ways to get to this historic part of Bideford but, perhaps, the easiest is to park on The Quay and proceed to the end of our famous Long Bridge and proceed up Bridge Street between the Council Chambers for approximately 20 yards before turning left onto Church Walk. Proceed past the Parish Church on your right hand side with the Town Council and the Town Library on your left hand side. On meeting Lower Meddon Street, bear right. Some 50 yards up Lower Meddon Street, Bull Hill will be found on your left hand side with number 24 located on your right hand side clearly displaying a numberplate.