Combeinteignhead, Newton Abbot
A greatly improved traditional Devon cottage set in the heart of the picturesque village of Combeinteignhead, offering driveway parking, a versatile outbuilding and a secluded decked garden. Internal accommodation includes a sociable kitchen/diner with stable door onto the decking, living room with charming exposed stone wall and wood burner, beautiful oak doors with latches, separate utility/boot room and useful cloakroom along with two bedrooms with a third room which could easily be turned into a third bedroom with the erection of a stud wall. Viewing is recommended to appreciate all this stunning cottage has to offer.
- Modernised Semi-Detached Cottage
- Two/Three Bedrooms
- Rare Off-Road Parking!
- Sociable Kitchen/Diner Overlooking The Rear Decking
- Separate Utility Room
- Downstairs Cloakroom
- Large Workshop
- Lounge With Wood Burner
Sunny Cottage is nestled in the heart of the popular Teign Estuary village of Combeinteignhead. The village is a thriving community with a village hall which hosts a variety of social events throughout the year. In the village there is the Wild Goose public house and the Coombe Cellars public house/restaurant (which is close by and set in a beautiful riverside location where there is also a dingy sailing club and water sports centre!) The slightly larger village of Stokeinteignhead lies around a mile away and has a well-regarded primary school a community shop and a farm shop nearby.
Combeinteignhead is a short distance to Newton Abbot, which lies around three miles away with access to the South Devon highway and a fast link to Exeter and the M5 via the A380. The market town of Newton Abbot has a mainline railway station with direct links to London Paddington, along with Exeter St Davids Station. There is also an international airport in Exeter.
A charming wooden front door opens in to the welcoming hallway which has stairs to the first floor, storage cupboard and a practically tiled under foot. A cottage style wooden latched door opens into the lounge with a double glazed window to the front aspect and a door through to the utility room and cloakroom. The focal point of the room is the fireplace, complete with wood burner, timber mantel and slate hearth set into an exposed stone wall. The kitchen/diner runs the width of the house and is well positioned to the rear of the property. It has two double glazed windows and a wooden stable door to the rear decking. There are a good range of wall and base units and timber work surfaces with tiled splash backs. A Belfast sink unit with mixer tap sits below the window which overlooks the rear garden and trees beyond.
There is an integrated electric oven with gas hob and extractor canopy over, an under counter fridge and full size integrated dishwasher. The dining area has plenty of space for a table and chairs. There is a useful cupboard within the kitchen, currently used for the recycling boxes. There is also a pantry cupboard off the dining area, with a window. The utility room has a double glazed window to the front aspect and an external door with storm porch out to the parking area. There are wall and base units with a rolled edge work surface and a single drainer sink unit with mixer tap. Below the work counter is space for a washing machine, tumble dryer and a freezer. A door leads in to the cloakroom with close coupled WC and wall hung wash basin.
From the entrance hall, stairs rise to the first floor landing offering access to two bedrooms and the family bathroom. Bedroom one is a generous size double room overlooking the front aspect, there is a further room off this bedroom with a window to the side aspect which is also a double in size (a hallway could easily be erected to make this an official third bedroom if the new owner desired). Bedroom two enjoys a dual aspect with windows to the rear and side.
To the side of this characterful cottage there is a gated drive offering desirable off-road parking as well as a very useful outbuilding providing good external storage/workshop space. To the rear of the property there are two levels of decking, the first with an undercover log store and storage of the LPG gas bottles. Leading to the second area of decking which is the main outside space, a lovely spot for a BBQ and outdoor seating to sit back and listen to the trickle of the stream that runs the back length of the boundary.
LPG Gas Central Heating, mains water, mains electricity and a log fired wood burner.