Primrose Cottage was designed and built with great care and attention to detail and there are many impressive features within the property including large wooden beams with engravings, exposed natural stonework, stone inglenook fireplaces, exposed timber flooring and traditional style doors throughout. The property has also been recently re-thatched.
The property is approached through a pair of wrought iron metal gates leading onto a private gravelled driveway which leads to the house and onto the Detached Double Garage.
The front door opens into a wide Entrance Hall with wooden flooring and door concealing staircase rising to First Floor.
The Living Room is considered to be a particular feature of the property enjoying a double aspect and has a large, stone, inglenook fireplace housing a wood burning stone and replica bread oven.
The separate Dining Room also enjoys a double aspect with a beamed ceiling and feature window seat.
On the opposite side of the property is a spacious and well-equipped Kitchen / Breakfast Room having a country feel with a range of high level and base units and worktop surfaces including a ceramic Butler sink, built-in 4-ring hob and extractor fan together with an electric oven and space for a dishwasher. The chimneybreast currently houses a wood burning stove but has been designed with a flue which could accommodate an Aga or Rayburn, if required.
From the Kitchen is a useful Utility Room which has a range of fitted storage units and includes the airing cupboard and the oil fired boiler.
Also situated on the Ground Floor is a spacious, 4-piece Bathroom with walk-in shower and separate bath.
The First Floor Landing provides access to 3 double Bedrooms, all of which enjoy a double aspect with far-reaching countryside views and 1 has distant coastal views. The Bedrooms are served by another spacious family Bathroom.
Outside, the property stands within its own gardens which are believed to extend to approximately half an acre enjoying a high degree of privacy with mature hedging and trees.
The main gardens are lawned and level, in addition to which is a large gravelled parking and turning area which also provides access to the Detached Double Garage with double wooden doors and an inspection pit.
Attached to the Garage is a useful Workshop 193 x 91(5.87m x 2.77m) which has stairs leading up to a Play Room and Office. The Play Room has Velux windows whilst the Office has built-in storage cupboards.
At the back of the Garage is a Storage Shed.
From Bideford Quay proceed towards Northam turning left onto the A39 North Devon Link Road. Continue to Bucks Cross turning left signposted Woolsery. The property will be found on your right hand side, well set back from the road and before reaching the right hand bend in the road.