Castle Hill, Hemyock, Cullompton
£275,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
OPEN HOUSE SAT 4th JUNE, 10.00 to 11.30, please call to book your appointment. A wonderful opportunity to acquire this beautifully located detached period cottage, now in need of significant updating and modernisation, and providing immense scope for those looking for a property on which to put their own stamp.

Description

A wonderful opportunity to acquire this beautifully located detached period cottage, now in need of significant updating and modernisation, and providing immense scope for those looking for a property on which to put their own stamp. The ground floor accommodation comprises a large entrance hall/dining area, a fitted kitchen with Rayburn, generous sitting room with Inglenook fireplace with a log burning stove and a family bathroom. Upstairs are two well proportioned double bedrooms, with a central landing that could be used as an occasional bedroom or study area. Outside is an absolute delight, with gardens wrapping the south and easterly sides of the property, taking in a wonderful, sunny aspect, on which incredible and far reaching countryside views can be enjoyed. The cottage is further enhanced by parking for two vehicles, a single garage and garden store. An early inspection is advised for those seeking a project in a rural location, yet within only a short distance of popular Hemyock village.

Situation and Amenities

Situated in a rural edge of village location in the popular village of Hemyock nestles in the Culm Valley between Cullompton and Wellington, and offers village facilities, including post office stores, doctors surgery and primary school. More extensive shopping facilities are to be found in the nearby country towns of Cullompton and Wellington, whilst the surrounding countryside offers a wealth of rural pursuits. The nearby M5 facilitates rapid commuting north to the county town of Taunton and south to the cathedral city of Exeter, with the Tiverton Parkway Station providing a rapid link with London (Paddington).

Bullet Points

Beautifully located country cottage

Wonderful renovation project

Stunning countryside and valley views

Two double bedrooms

Landing/Occasional Bedroom/Study

Generous Sitting Room with Inglenook

Fitted Kitchen with Rayburn

Hall/Dining area

Bathroom

Sunny aspect gardens

Parking and Garage

Some oil fired heating

Shared private drainage

Shared private water

26 miles Exeter, 10 miles Taunton

Tiverton parkway Railway Station 9 miles

EPC rating G

Council Tax Band D

Ground Floor

Canopy Entrance Porch to part glazed timber front door.

Hall/Dining Area with timber effect flooring, access to understairs storage cupboard.

Kitchen fitted in range of wall and base mounted cupboards, timber effect laminate worktops, inset stainless steel single drainer sink, space for freestanding cooker, Rayburn Royal, airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder, shelved Larder Cupboard, timber effect flooring, superb outlook with valley views.

Bathroom fitted in white suite comprising W.C., pedestal basin, panelled bath, part tiled walls, obscure glass windows, radiator, electric fan heater, tile effect flooring.

Small Utility Space with space and plumbing for washing machine.

Sitting Room a lovely characterful room with large Inglenook fireplace, housing woodburning stove, two windows overlooking the front garden and enjoying stunning valley views, timber effect flooring.

First Floor

Landing/Study Area with outlook over the valley and countryside beyond, strip timber floors, small loft access.

Bedroom 1 a generous double room with dual aspect and stunning outlook over valley, built-in wardrobe, strip timber floor.

Bedroom 2 a smaller dual aspect double room, again enjoying fine countryside views, fireplace, strip timber floors, access to loft.

Outside

On approach there is lay-bye parking for two vehicles, leading to the Single Garage with up and over door, Loft Storage, light and power. To the rear of the garage is a Garden Store. The property enjoys a surprisingly generous garden that has been left as a blank canvass for the next owner. The whole faces south easterly and fine countryside and valley views can be enjoyed from all aspects. There is a Timber Garden Shed and oil tank on site. The garden is predominantly flanked by hedging and some perimeter fencing.

01884 798016

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