Rural hamlet located 3 miles west of Tavistock 0.25 miles to Public House.
1.75 miles to garage/store.
Train station at Gunnislake - 3 miles

region 285,000 Freehold

Description -

Standing in the heart of a quiet rural hamlet in the rich farming belt of West Devon, this double fronted semi-detached cottage has evolved from the joining of two former Duke of Bedford model cottages into one charming country property.

Built in 1858 by the Duke of Bedford to house miners at the near by quarry at Mill Hill - which is where the floor and roofing slates came from - each cottage cost £96 to construct. It's believed in the mid 1980's the cottages became one dwelling.

The accommodation now extends to over 1300sqft and is well laid out & proportioned. It also retains many period features including beamed ceilings, slate; oak & tiled flooring plus original joinery all adding to the ambience of the cottage.

The delightful gardens and grounds extend to approx. 1/7th of an acre. An enclosed rear courtyard garden with an old stone outhouse gives way to the  main garden which is level, private and  beautifully landscaped with mature trees, flower beds and patio areas stretching some 90' to a Devon hedge boardering fields.

The Facts -

SERVICES  -  Mains water & electrcity. Shared septic tank drainage with five other dweliings - 1/2 yearly serive charge of £25. Oil fired central heating via Rayburn in kitchen - serviced yearly. uPVC double glazing except dining room window.

LOCAL AUTHORITY  -  West Devon Borough Council (01822) 618800

COUNCIL TAX  -  Band D. Payable £1551.80  Lamerton Parish Council ref: 653703685

OUTSIDE  -  Parking for two vehicles to side of property. Gates from side of house to rear courtyard with stone outbuilding 9'3 x 8' with light & power. 90' rear garden with 16' x 8' timber garden shed.

Agents note - The adjoining cottage has a right of way through the rear courtyard for service use only. Full details on request.

Important Notice - No information relating to the property, whether written or verbal, given by John Colton or his employees maybe relied on as a representation of fact. All photographs are recent and show only certain parts of the property. Any areas, measurements of distances given are approximate only.