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This unique, four bedroom, semi detached house has been tastefully renovated to a standard befitting of its age and character. The current owner has ensured the property retains many of its original features. They have undertaken significant works including a new roof, oak flooring throughout and installed ornamental fireplaces in keeping with the properties age. The outside space has been utilised very well to accommodate an off road car park space, whilst still allowing for a low maintenance sun trap garden.
Entrance Hall (4.12 x 2.78 (13'6" x 9'1"))
A grand entrance hall featuring a mixture of exposed brick and stone work to the walls and grey sandstone flooring throughout. The period front door and sash window allow for an abundance of light into the space. There is direct access to the reception room and upstairs via the timber staircase adorned with cast iron balustrades.
Reception Room (2.98 x 4.63 (9'9" x 15'2"))
Newly plastered throughout, the reception room is a particularly bright and sunny room thanks to the sash windows to the side elevation of the property. the room features a cast iron, ornamental fire place, solid timber flooring and reclaimed cast iron radiator.
Kitchen/Dining Room (7.20 x 3.65 (23'7" x 11'11"))
A very well proportioned kitchen and dining room. The kitchen features free standing, base level units and space for a small range cooker. The dining area opens up towards the rear of the property and boasts double doors leading to the side of the property and the garden area. Oak flooring has been laid throughout to ensure the space is in keeping with the buildings history and character. There is ample space for a large dining room suite and all associated furnishings. Other benefits include pendant lighting, reclaimed iron radiators and original skirting boards.
Downstairs WC (2.06 x 1.36 (6'9" x 4'5"))
A welcome addition to the property, the downstairs WC is located just off the dining room. Newly renovated, the bathroom features a uPVC window to the side elevation, oak flooring, WC and porcelain hand basin.
Living Room (4.77 x 4.23 (15'7" x 13'10"))
An exceptional example of a living room that has retained many of its original features. The large bay window to the front elevation of the property, featuring original sash windows, looks out over the garden and surrounding town. Other benefits of this light filled room include original cornicing, feature fireplace and mantel piece, solid timber flooring and pendant lighting.
Master Bedroom (4.42 x 4.65 (14'6" x 15'3"))
The master bedroom is befitting of a property of this size and character. It features four large sash windows to the front elevation allowing for views over the garden and surrounding area. The room features original timber flooring throughout, ornamental cast iron fireplace and mantel piece. There is ample space for a large double bed and associated bedroom furnishing.
Bedroom Two (3.27 x 3.01 (10'8" x 9'10"))
The second bedroom currently houses a single bed, but has ample space for a double bed and associated furnishings. There is a uPVC sash style window to the side elevation for natural light. Other benefits include reclaimed cast iron radiator, timber flooring and pendant lighting.
Bedroom Three (3.64 x 3.80 (11'11" x 12'5"))
Currently under renovation, the third bedroom is also a sizeable double bedroom. There is a uPVC sash window to the side elevation and cast iron radiator.
Bedroom Four (3.96 x 3.05 (12'11" x 10'0"))
Also under renovation, this bedroom will also serve as a well proportioned double upon completion.
Bathroom/WC (3.29 x 2.04 (10'9" x 6'8"))
Recently renovated to a very high standard. The current owner has opened up the wall dividing the WC and bathroom for better flow between the two. The space features a panelled bathtub, feature tiled wall timber flooring and traditional high cistern toilet.
The front garden can be access from the front gate, dining room or steps leading from the parking area. A low maintenance, gravelled area with an abundance of established foliage and shrubbery. The current owner has created a very useful off road parking space. There is also ample space for the storage of bins in this area.
We have been informed by the vendor that gas, electric, water and sewerage are all mains connected.
To comply with the property misdescriptions act we must inform all prospective purchasers that the measurement are taken by an electronic tape measure and are provided as a guide only, they should not be used as accurate measurements. We have not tested any mains services, therefore prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves before committing to purchase.
From Ilfracombe High Street proceed in a westerly direction which becomes Church Street. At the roundabout turn right into Wilder Road. Before you reach Lidl supermarket turn left into Church Road and the property can be found on the right hand side occupying a corner plot.
Turners Property Centre, 135 High Street, Ilfracombe, Devon, EX34 9EZ
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