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Pyworthy, Holsworthy, EX22 6LG

Detached house 4 Bedroom 4 Reception
Price £650,000
Key Features
  • 4 BEDROOMS
  • MASTER EN SUITE
  • 4 RECEPTION ROOMS
  • DETACHED COTTAGE
  • SOUTH FACING
  • 4 ACRES
  • FANTASTIC RURAL LOCATION
  • FAR REACHING COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS
  • EPC D
Property Description

Additional Information

Over the past 13 years, the present vendors have transformed/extended their much cherished home into a beautifully appointed and very spacious family residence. Whilst the exact age of the original cottage is unknown, it is thought to date back 300 years or so (not listed) but has been substantially extended/restored so that today the PVCu double glazed and oil fired centrally heated accommodation briefly comprises: Pretty Entrance Porch, Entrance Lobby/Study, Dining Room, Lounge, Garden/Breakfast Room, Kitchen, Rear Hall, Utility Room, and Shower/Cloakroom. The First Floor Landing serves the En-Suite Master Bedroom, 3 Further Bedrooms, and Family Bathroom. Plenty of windows flood the property with natural light and also take full advantage of the great outlook over the garden or surrounding countryside.

Entrance Porch    Seats to either side with decorative stained glass panels. Door with leaded/stained glass panels leading to:

Reception Lobby/Study 14' x 12' (4.27m x 3.66m). Terracotta tiled floor. Double aspect windows including a large one overlooking the rear garden. Feature brick/slate fireplace (not currently in use but could be lined if required) with display shelves to one side. Stairs rising to the First Floor.

Dining Room 18'9" x 12' (5.72m x 3.66m). Oak floor. 3 windows to front (2 of which have seats). Beamed ceiling. Attractive brick fireplace with paved hearth housing a Nouveau woodburning stove finished off with a pine mantle, and ornamental bread oven clay door. Display recesses. Understairs cupboard housing electric consumer unit etc.

Living Room 18'2" x 15'5" (5.54m x 4.7m). Double aspect windows. Beamed ceiling. Impressive brick/slate fireplace housing a woodburning stove with magnificent oak mantle, and ornamental cast iron bread oven door.

Breakfast/Garden Room 18'6" x 10' (5.64m x 3.05m). Terracotta tiled floor. Double aspect with large windows and sliding doors to the rear elevation enjoying a super outlook over the garden.

Kitchen 16'11" x 10'5" (5.16m x 3.18m). Extensive worksurfaces with matching shaker inspired soft close base and wall units. Deep white glazed sink with matching drainer. Rangemoor royal blue multi-function Range with matching illuminated extractor. Space for fridge freezer. Plumbing for dishwasher. Door to side porch with slate floor.

Walk-In Larder 7'4" x 5'2" (2.24m x 1.57m).

Rear Hall 7'2" x 6' (2.18m x 1.83m). Terracotta tiled floor.

Cloak/Shower Room    2 piece white suite and a tiled shower cubicle.

Utility Room 12' x 8'5" (3.66m x 2.57m). Terracotta tiled floor. Worksurfaces with matching base and wall units. Stainless steel single drainer sink. Space and plumbing for appliances. Grant oil fired boiler.

First Floor Landing    Double glazed Velux window.

Master Bedroom    Double aspect windows. Built-in storage cupboard, and built-in linen cupboard. Angled ceiling.

En Suite 7'6" x 6'11" (2.29m x 2.1m). Window to rear, and Velux window in the angled ceiling. Pine floor and matchboarding. 3 piece white suite incorporating a roll-edge bath with tap shower fitting.

Bedroom 2 13'10" x 12'5" (4.22m x 3.78m). Double aspect windows. Built-in wardrobe, and built-in linen cupboard.

Bedroom 3 9'6" x 9'4" (2.9m x 2.84m). Built-in wardrobe.

Bedroom 4 9'2" x 8'11" (2.8m x 2.72m). Beamed ceiling.

Bathroom 15'5" x 9'4" (4.7m x 2.84m). Window enjoying a great outlook over the rear garden, with Velux windows to either side. 3 piece white suite incorporating a roll-edge bath on ball-and-claw feet with tap shower fitting. Tiled shower cubicle. Radiator/towel rail. Built-in airing cupboard with factory lagged hot water cylinder. Further built-in storage cupboard. Tiled vanity worktop with drawers and cupboards below.

Outside    The cottage nestles beside a very quiet parish road, with the front elevation enjoying a southerly aspect. Running along the front is a paved path with ornamental shingle, with a picket fence and gate. Climbers including roses and wisteria are a nice finishing touch to the very pretty elevation. Adjacent to the cottage, a timber gate leads to the ornamental shingle parking area and the:

Garage Block 18' x 16'11" (5.49m x 5.16m). It comprises a 2 bay oak framed brick garage with light and power connected. Useful storage space under the catslide roof.

Adjoining Block Built Garage 18'4" x 9'6" (5.59m x 2.9m). Light and power connected. Lean-To Log Store. A lovely mature double trunked oak provides a great backdrop to this area of the property. Adjacent to the Garage is a useful paved amenity area with:

Further Log Shed    Some 3.96m (max) x 2.74m - and further Lean-To Log Store.

The truly stunning gardens have been established by the present vendors with great style and taste, providing a riot of colour throughout the year and extend to about 0.5 acres. 2 very pleasant paved patio areas with adjoining ornamental ponds complete with running water. Mediterranean style barbecue. From here, pathways meander throughout the garden with numerous archways/trellises playing host to climbers. The garden has been cleverly designed to provide numerous pockets or outside rooms which each have their own feature be it flowerbed bordered lawns, or just pleasant areas to sit and enjoy the lovely vista and ambience. Dotted throughout the garden are mature fir and native trees including sycamore and oak along with a cider apple tree. 2 aluminium framed Greenhouses. Orchard with mostly fruit trees. Very productive kitchen garden.

The Land    The land is divided into 2 paddocks, one adjoins the formal garden and extends to just over 1.5 acres with a:

Field Shelter 18' x 12' (5.49m x 3.66m). The second field is located on the other side of the parish road, opposite the cottage, and extends to some 1.72 acres. This is kept mown apart from the eastern end where an area has been left wild as nature habitat. Nesting boxes have been placed throughout this area, and mature aspen trees provide a nice backdrop. The field hedge is topped by oak trees, and further planting in the field include fruit and broadleaf trees.

Services    Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating with the boiler located in the Utility Room.



Directions

From Holsworthy proceed on the North Tamerton road and upon reaching Yeomadon Cross turn right signed Whitstone. Proceed along this country road until reaching Dualstone Cross and turn right again signed Whitstone, where the cottage will be found on the right hand side after another 0.2 miles.

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