A delightful 4 bedroom split level property nestled within a large secluded garden and boasting glorious countryside views. Located on the outskirts of the Exmoor village of Lynton, this bright and sunny accommodation offers country living close to local amenities. The Barnstaple/Lynton bus passes the property for easy access to the village or to a larger town. The property is accessed down a private driveway from which sea views can be enjoyed. With a 4th bedroom that has its own access to the garden so could be used as a ?garden room? or could be made self contained for use as an Air B & B and a large garage/workshop, which, likewise, could be converted into a self contained annex, the accommodation is versatile and would suit an array of purchasers. The house also benefits from PV panels and hot water solar panels providing an income and free electricity and hot water for much of the year. The accommodation, which is principally arranged on one level, comprises in brief: a kitchen, dining room, lounge, utility, family bathroom, WC and 4 bedrooms. In addition there is a very large garage/workshop and a garden of approximately three quarters of an acre. This is a gardeners paradise with fruit trees, large fruit cage, vegetable patch, spring wild flower meadow and level patio for alfresco dining. Bond, Oxborough Phillips highly recommend an internal viewing to fully appreciate what this property can offer.
Main Entrance UPVC opaque glazed door leading to:
Entrance Hall Radiator. Door leading to:
WC 4'5" x 2'10" (1.35m x 0.86m). UPVC opaque double glazed window to front elevation, low level WC and wall-mounted sink.
Kitchen 20'6" x 12'6" max (6.25m x 3.8m max). UPVC double glazed window to front elevation, UPVC double glazed French doors to the side elevation leading to the garden. Kitchen fitted with wall and base units with work surface over, one-and-a-half bowl sink and drainer inset into work surface, space for electric cooker, space for under counter fridge freezer, space and plumbing for dishwasher and oil fired condensing boiler (only 1 year old) supplying oil fired central heating and domestic hot water when not using the solar hot water panels. Archway leading to:
Dining Room 10'1" x 8'5" (3.07m x 2.57m). UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation and radiator.
Lounge 24'9" max x 11'8" (7.54m max x 3.56m). Large floor length UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation and additional UPVC double glazed window to rear, two radiators, multi-fuel burner with hearth and surround.
Utility Room 10'2" max x 10'2" max (3.1m max x 3.1m max). UPVC double glazed window to front elevation. Utility fitted with wall and base units with work surface over, sink and drainer inset into work surface, space and plumbing for washing machine and space for under counter fridge freezer. Larder cupboard with storage cupboard above. Cupboard housing the inverter for the PV panels and the meters for the PV panels. The cupboard above this houses the electricity meters. The PV panels supply free solar electricity plus an annual income (£1800 last year). There are also hot water solar panels on the roof which supply hot water for most of the year. The airing cupboard houses the hot water tank which can heat water either via the hot water solar panels, oil boiler or immersion heater in tank. The electrics for the hot water panels are also in the airing cupboard and show current water temperature.
Internal Hallway from Utility Room Radiator. Access to the loft. Door leading to:
Bathroom 7'1" x 7'8" (2.16m x 2.34m). Two UPVC double glazed opaque windows to front elevation. Bathroom fitted with panel bath with tiled splash backing, low level WC, pedestal sink, shower cubicle with tiled surround and radiator.
Master Bedroom 11'11" x 10'11" (3.63m x 3.33m). UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation, built in large mirrored cupboards and radiator.
Bedroom Two 14'1" max x 10'9" (4.3m max x 3.28m). UPVC double glazed window to rear, radiator and built in cupboard.
Bedroom Three 9'10" x 9'5" (3m x 2.87m). UPVC double glazed window to front elevation and radiator.
Lower Level From entrance hall, adjacent to kitchen, stairs lead down to bedroom four and large under floor storage cupboard accessed just at the bottom of the stairs.
Bedroom Four 11'4" x 19'9" max (3.45m x 6.02m max). Two UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation, UPVC opaque door leading to rear garden, radiator.
Outside The property?s grounds, approximately three quarters of an acre, slope down from the house and flat terraces provide different areas of interest. At the top, but down from the road, is the garage/workshop, the driveway to which allows for ample additional parking. Below this, and separated by lawn and natural rockery, a path leads to the house built on two levels. From the french doors in the kitchen there is access to a side garden with lawn, pond with clapper bridge, mature shrubs and trees and woodshed. The fourth bedroom door leads to a level patio, herb garden, vines, lawn, greenhouse and shed. Steps lead down to a flat vegetable garden with fig, plum and apple trees. To the side of this is a very productive fruit cage. Leading down from this is a spring wildflower meadow with more apple and pear trees. There is a myriad of paths leading to other areas of interest and surprise. Many of the plants and trees are unusual or rare. It is a garden that a gardener would really enjoy. There is a deer fence along 2 sides of the garden.
Garage/Workshop 36'5" x 13'3" (11.1m x 4.04m). Garage (18'6'' x 13'3'') comprising up-and-over door with UPVC double glazed window to side elevation and power and light connected.
Workshop (18'11'' x 13'3'') with two UPVC double glazed windows to side elevation and UPVC door at the rear.
The garage and workshop could be converted to be a self-contained annex subject to necessary planning permission.
With our Lynton office on your left hand side, proceed up Lee Road and then turn left into Belle Vue Avenue. Go up this road and proceed onto Lydiate Lane. Continue around the steep bend onto Station Hill and drive up this road past Grattons Drive on your right hand side. Keep driving a short way and the driveway for Little Cairns can be found on the left hand side just after the road starts to dip down the hill.