With origins believed to date back to the 1890's, is this refurbished four bedroom character residence situated on the outer fringes of this popular North Devon village. The property is approached via a pair of gates leading up the driveway, where the sense of grandeur already becomes apparent with the imposing stone faced frontage. Entering into the home through a double glazed porch and a pair of double doors, into the large hallway with pretty quarry tiled flooring you really start to get a sense of what is on offer. The fantastically well-appointed living room complete with feature fireplace and a large bay window providing views down the garden is an especially elegant space. For a more cosy experience there is a lovely snug with log burning stove and dual aspect windows providing floods of natural light. The kitchen is everything you would expect from such a home, a focal point and a real talking point with modern cooking facilities as well as your traditional Aga sunken into a fireplace. You aren?t short of other accommodation as you will also find a very good sized study, boot room, utility room, store room and cloakroom on the ground floor.
Moving upstairs the home impresses yet further. The master bedroom is a real wow room and provides a large space to unwind and like the living room boasts a large bay window overlooking the garden. Not to be overshadowed the bathroom is a real touch of class with its roll edge free standing bath, walk in shower, oval hand sink and toilet as well as a period fireplace adding to the character. One further double bedroom, two large single bedrooms and a shower room complete the internal tour.
Outside the gardens are deceptively large and provide a good space for families to play or entertain friends and family. To the rear of the building is an enclosed and sheltered courtyard with original stable blocks, ideal for outside dining. The property is fully enclosed and is accessed by metal gates from the road onto a level driveway which in turn provides ample off road parking. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity not to be missed so to avoid disappointment book your viewing tour now.
From Torrington proceed in a Southerly direction on the A386 signposted Hatherleigh/Okehampton and upon the leaving the town at the bottom of the hill turn left onto the A3124 signposted Winkleigh/Exeter, stay on this road passing through the village of Beaford whereupon reaching Dolton Beacon garage on your left hand side take the right hand turning signposted Dolton. Proceed into the village past the first turning left and after a short distance you will find the home on your left hand side behind metal gates.