A wooden stable door opens into a charming sitting room, thought to have been two rooms at some point in its history. To one end is an open fireplace with a multifuel wood burner ready-made for cosy winter evenings. This room boasts exposed wooden ceiling joists and 2 south facing windows. A doorway leads you through to a cozy dining room. Exposed wooden floorboards create a homely atmosphere. A staircase is found to one side. A useful study/crafts room leading from the dining area is a useful space for those needing a place to work from. A glazed dome allows natural light to fill this space. An original window is found between these two rooms which is a nod to the cottages history. The kitchen is located within a side extension built by a previous owner. A sizable room offers ample space for a range of modern eye and base level units together integrated appliances and space for various white goods. A useful WC and back door lead off.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom is front aspect with a south facing window overlooking the garden. From here you enjoy a nearby glimpse of Dartmoor. This room has useful built in wardrobes and further space for freestanding furniture. Bedroom 2 is another double bedroom with a vaulted ceiling showing off exposed wooden A frames. The family bathroom has a matching 3 piece suite including a shower over the bath.
Directly opposite the cottage over a cobbled lane is a detached south facing garden which can be found fully enclosed to all sides. The garden is majority laid to lawn with a variety of mature shrubs interspersed creating interest and colour. To the side of the cottage is a courtyard area. To the rear of the cottage are two allocated parking spaces plus 2 stone built storage sheds. Within a very short walk from the cottage is a public footpath giving direct access on to open moorland perfect for walking children and pets.
Mains water, electricity, drainage & LPG gas