Ms Melluish, Devon
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The cottage dates back to 15th Century and is full of historical features including blackened beams and medieval stone windows. Downstairs there is a beautiful kitchen diner open plan with the dining area with its solid fuel Rayburn, steps rise to the sitting room with a wood burning stove and fireplace. Upstairs are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside there is a large private garden with natural hedging and vegetable beds, a stone Linhay currently used for storage. Off road parking behind a five bar gate.
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A shaker style kitchen with wall, base and drawer units, oak work surfaces, one and a half bowel enamel sink, tiled splash backs, down lights, dishwasher, integrated stainless steel Bosch electric oven, ceramic hob with extractor fan above. Large plate rack with display shelving. The kitchen is open plan to the dining area with an inset solid fuel Rayburn that heats the house beautifully and gives ample hot water. Window that over look the front cottage style garden, limestone effect tiled floor, painted beams and steps that lead up to the sitting room.
Window over looking the side private garden, a large open fireplace with exposed stonework and wood burning stove on a raised tile hearth. Feature stone recesses and alcoves, TV Ariel point and telephone points.
Hatch to roof space, airing cupboard and various doors to first floor rooms.
Two windows over looking the front of the property with built in window seats, twin built in wardrobes and radiators.
Window over looking the front of the property, recessed hanging space and radiators.
Window looking over the side of the property, with deep window sill, telephone point and radiator.
A white suite comprising panelled bath with separate shower unit above with shower curtain and rail. Vanity basin with storage cupboards below, wc, deep window sill and radiator.
To the front of the property is an old stone built linhay, with power, light and water supplied to one end. It is currently used as an outside utility area, and outdoor storage, but could with a bit of vision be used for an outdoor office or other ancillary uses.
The property is approached through a wooden garden gate with a pathway that leads up to the front door. The stone Linhay is to the right with its slate roof approximate size is 20ft X 10ft. To the left is a cottage style kitchen garden with raised shrub and flower beds, the garden is enclosed by mature hedges, the seating area to the front of the house leads up to a small gate with steps up to the side and rear gardens. This is a private lawn area with Roses, Clematis, a Magnolia and Camellias. A stepped pathway leads up the higher garden area with sloping vegetable and fruit beds, and at the top a seating area which enjoys a beautiful views across the parish of Rattery and out the church beyond. To the left of the Linhay is a fenced area for storage of logs, fuel and garden equipment. Beyond this is the parking area hidden behind a five bar gate.
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