A truly stunning example of a Grade II Listed, detached character cottage situated within the sought-after village of Meeth. Believed to have been dated as far back as the 15th Century, the property has been sympathetically renovated throughout, leaving no stone un turned.
Completed to an exceptionally high standard, the property offers a blend of modern and contemporary fixtures and fittings, whilst retaining a wealth of period features, including exposed ceiling beams, impressive part exposed roof timbers, wood panelling, two inglenook fireplaces and deep silled windows.
Throughout the ground floor are attractive Oak floorboards and slate flooring with some wonderful original Oak panelling in the property's hallway. Doors open to an impressive open plan kitchen / living/ dining space, great for entertaining with hand-built cabinets, granite work surfaces, a butler sink, large dresser, range oven, integral dishwasher, complete with an island with sockets for USB and electric. There is also a stunning inglenook fireplace with a bread oven in the living area. Doors from the kitchen open to the front and side gardens and to a utility/ boot room, housing the substantial oil-fired boiler and a cloakroom. The other door off the hallway opens to a separate sitting room, with an abundance of exposed beams. The central feature of the room being the inglenook fireplace with a bread oven. A door leads down to a bright study and occasional fourth bedroom.
Upstairs the landing leads to the bedrooms, all with vaulted ceilings and exposed beams. There is a generous dual aspect master suite with a spacious en-suite bathroom with a roll top bath, two further double bedrooms and a family shower room.
Outside, there are well tended gardens that wrap around the front and side. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with attractive hedge and flower boarders, offering a good degree of privacy. There is also ample off road parking.
From our offices in Okehampton, leave the town in a northerly direction heading towards Hatherleigh (A386) and continue for approximately seven miles. Upon reaching the roundabout in Hatherleigh proceed straight across following the signs for the A386 Meeth, Merton. Continue for approximately three miles, heading into the village of Meeth whereupon the property can be found on the right hand side opposite the Bull & Dragon Public House and identified by our 'For Sale' board.