Asking price


High Street, Combe Martin, Devon, EX34

2 bedroom house for sale

terraced House

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathrooms

3 Receptions

Key Features

  • Extensive and sympathetically renovated throughout
  • Large master bedroom with juliet balcony
  • Brand new Howdens shaker kitchen
  • Stunning Inglenook fireplaces
  • Central vilage location
  • No onward chain
  • Countryside views from the garden

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Property Description

Originally built in 1840, Dovecote is no ordinary mid terrace two bedroom double fronted cottage. The current vendor has meticulously and sympathetically renovated the property using local materials to insure the property character is protected for generations to come..

Situated in the heart of the ever popular coastal village of Combe Martin, you enter the property via the entrance porch where you are met with a colourful approach due to the stained glass windows.

The lounge has been wonderfully renovated to reveal a stunning inglenook fireplace and wooden floorboards with the bay window flooding the room with natural light. A useful under stair cupboard can also be found next to a quirky window looking out to the rear of the property.

Across the hall, the kitchen/dining room is accessed via a wooden stable door and has had a newly installed Howdens shaker style kitchen with electric oven and hob with lime render walls, giving this space an authentic farmhouse feel. With integrated wooden shelfing, Space and plumbing for a washing machine or dishwasher, open inglenook fireplace and bay window with window seat, this is a truly special room which leads to a gravelled rear area via uPVC French doors, perfect for enjoying a morning coffee or evening meal.

Taking the stairs to the first floor via the wooden balustrade staircase, the light and airy landing with its built in storage, leads initially to a characterful W.C. with exposed stone wall and the gas combination boiler which serves the whole property. There is also a window looking over the gravelled rear area.

The spacious master bedroom goes against convention with a high ceiling height and a newly installed Juliet balcony, maximising the amount of natural light coming in. A open feature fireplace with slate hearth completes the space.

The second double bedroom carries on the theme of light and airy in part to the whitewashed walls and exposed floorboards, giving any prospective buyer the opportunity to add their stamp to this space.

With a feature rolled top bath as its main focal point, the bathroom also has a corner shower cubicle with electric shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC alongside exposed floorboards and a Victorian style radiator/towel rail.

To the rear of the property along a coverted pathway, the garden has an array of mature trees, shrubs and bushes with a pond, greenhouse and a useful shed/workshop which could be used as an office/hobby room. Views over the adjacent countryside can also be enjoyed.

An internal viewing is the only way to truly appreciate this special property and all the workmanship which has been invested into it.

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