Stibb Cross, Torrington, EX38 8HZ

Detached House 4 Bedroom
EPC Rating: EPC
Offers around £350,000

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Key Features
  • No onward chain
  • Detached family home
  • Four bedrooms
  • Separate reception rooms
  • Down stairs cloakroom
  • Ensuite to the master bedroom
  • Driveway and garage
  • Enclosed rear garden
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Property Description

Additional Information

An ideal village family home offered for sale with no onward chain making a quick move entirely possible. The house has enjoyed a very recent redecoration internally and has just had a brand new oil fired boiler fitted. Whilst improvements have been made it still provides plenty of scope to put your own stamp on things to really make it your own. In practical terms there is good sized accommodation throughout which really lends itself to comfortable family living but if this doesn’t suit it could easily be adapted given the nature of the construction. One thing that immediately springs to mind would be to incorporate the dining room into the kitchen (subject to the relevant consents) making it a large open plan kitchen diner across the back of the house, "just a thought!" Other features of note include an ensuite shower room to the master bedroom, a downstairs cloakroom and utility room as well as an enclosed rear garden that extends round to the side of the property utilising its corner position.

Stibb Cross is handily placed and is often described as the gateway to everywhere. From here you can enjoy good road links to the market towns of Great Torrington and Bideford both within a 20 minute drive, also Exeter within an hour’s drive from Stibb Cross. In the other direction is the market town of Holsworthy, close to the Cornish borders. Within a three mile drive you can find yourself enjoying the locally renowned Tarka Trail a footpath/cycle way mainly built on the bed of a disused railway where all the gradients are gentle. It winds its way through some stunning woodland along the course of the River Torridge past Beam Weir, where Henry Williamson’s Tarka the Otter was born, from which the trail gains its name. It continues past Bideford and along the coast to Barnstaple where it splits and one leg turns inland again following the portion of the railway which is still in use the other continues on the bed of the disused railway and onto Ilfracombe. There are lots to do both regionally and locally. Within just a twenty minute drive you have the Plough arts centre / theatre, Dartington Crystal and The Royal Horticultural society gardens "Rosemoor" to enjoy.

This is a fantastic opportunity to set your roots. I would really welcome the opportunity to meet with you there to help embed what you see on paper in real terms on the ground.


From Torrington proceed along the A386 (New St) towards Bideford. Upon leaving the town turn left onto the B3227 signposted Langtree/Holsworthy. Continue along this road passing through the village of Langtree and upon entering Stibb Cross, take the right hand turning into Beech Road, where number 3 will be found after a short distance on your left hand side with number plate and for sale board clearly displayed.

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