Quite simply put, a beautifully presented period home in the heart of a pretty North Devon village. Lovingly improved to enhance the character of yester year yet providing a more contemporary feel with a modern decoration and clean lines. The property offers flexible accommodation, providing three or four bedrooms.
You enter the property into the large kitchen diner, a real central hub of the house and a great place to entertain friends and family. The kitchen follows a farmhouse style with wood panelling, shelving, plate racks and an area for a large dining table with bench seating. To one end of the kitchen is a cosy sitting room (which could double as a fourth bedroom), a nice space to unwind and contemplate the day gone by. The other end there is a large utility / store room and a door into the stairway following on from which is a handy boot / Laundry room. The ground floor bathroom leads on from here and completes the tour.
Moving upstairs you will find yourself entering the light, spacious and airy living room, a super space for the family to congregate and converse. There is a log burning stove at the far end for those cosy winter evenings and a door leading out onto the balcony, which enjoys on sunny days the sun late into the evening and also provides lovely views of the garden and countryside beyond. You may even find yourself enjoying a glass of something whilst doing so. A door then leads out of the living room and onto the landing where access is then gained into all the remaining rooms. There are three good sized bedrooms so plenty of space for the family to expand. From the third bedroom there is a staircase that takes you up into the roof space so no need for perching precariously on ladders to get into the loft. At the far end of the landing is a newly refurbished bathroom with a white three piece suite and a heated towel rail which then completes the tour of the first floor.
The cottage is double glazed and services by oil fired central heating and mains drainage. This is a super opportunity to purchase a just move into home or holiday retreat for the family. Don?t miss out, book your viewing tour today.
From Torrington proceed in a southerly direction on the A386 signposted Hatherleigh/Okehampton across the river bridge and up mile hill the other side. Continue on this road for some four and a half miles before entering the village of Merton. Pass the garage, Maltscoop public house and the village square on your right hand side where after a very short distance turn right onto Clarkes Lane. Moorview can be found on your right hand side after two white cottages.