Beech Tree Cottage, Parkham
- For Sale
BEECH TREE COTTAGE is a detached three bedroom family home having spacious
accommodation with 18'6 lounge, 17'4 kitchen/dining room, ground floor cloakroom, 6'8 utility room, whereas to the first floor there are three good sized bedrooms with the master bedroom having an en-suite shower room as well as a separate family bathroom with a Jacuzzi bath. The property is oil-fired centrally heated and has a driveway approach with fully enclosed gardens and patio area.
The property is situated within the popular village of Parkham, which has a lively community spirit centred around the village hall. In addition, there is a primary school, historic thatched inn with restaurant, together with a local butcher, shop, garage, church, Methodist chapel and regular bus services to Barnstaple & Bideford. The whole of the village is surrounded by open typically Devonian undulating countryside and is within three miles of the North Devon coastline. The property is in easy reach of the A39 North Devon Link Road providing easy access to Bideford (approximately 7 miles distant) and Barnstaple (the regional centre of North Devon with both towns providing a good range of shops, amenities and recreational facilities.
THE ACCOMMODATION (in brief comprises):-
ENTRANCE DOORWAY opening into ENTRANCE LOBBY with tiled floor, inner door opening into ENTRANCE HALLWAY with stairs to first floor, radiator, wood effect vinyl flooring, understairs storage cupboard.
LOUNGE 18'6 x 13'9 (5.64m x 4.19m) with feature stone fireplace with slate hearth, French doors leading to rear garden, 2 x radiators, coving, fitted carpet, window.
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 17'4 x 10'3 (5.28m x 3.12m) fitted with matching eye and base units and work surfaces with tiled splash backing, four ring electric hob and extractor over, electric cooker, 1 ½ bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, radiator, built-in fridge and freezer, built-in dishwasher, window overlooking garden.
GROUND FLOOR CLOAKROOM comprising low level w.c, corner hand basin floor to ceiling tiling, radiator, tiled floor obscure glazed window, corner mirrored wall mounted bathroom cabinet.
UTILITY ROOM 6'8 x 5'10 (2.03m x 1.78m) with work surface, oil-fired boiler (providing the property with central heating and hot water), plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor, glazed door leading to outside and window overlooking garden area,
LANDING being a split-level landing with window and fitted carpet.
BEDROOM ONE 17'3 x 10'4 (5.26m x 3.15m) maximum measurement with radiator, fitted carpet, 2 x windows, door leading into EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM comprising corner shower, low level w.c, pedestal wash hand basin, floor to ceiling tiling, obscure glazed window, mirror with shelf.
BEDROOM TWO 13'10 x 9'9 (4.21m x 2.97m) with fitted carpet, radiator, window, coving.
BEDROOM THREE 10'4 x 7'5 (3.15m x 2.26m) with fitted carpet, radiator, window, coving.
FAMILY BATHROOM comprising panelled Jacuzzi bath with shower over with side glass panel, vanity hand basins with cupboards under and mirror over, low level w.c, tiled floor, floor to ceiling tiling and obscured glazed window.
The approach driveway to Beech Tree Cottage is shared with two other properties and a farmer with access to some outbuildings, (this driveway is owned by Penhaven Estate and Penhaven Rectory & Barns with the Cottage having a right of way for access with an agreement in place for contribution towards upkeep and maintenance alongside other occupiers of adjacent properties), which in turn gives access to the cottages own driveway with PARKING and fully enclosed LAWNED GARDENS all within natural hedged boundaries with mature trees and shrubs as well as a PATIO AREA.
Mains electricity, Oil-fired central heating.
From Bideford Quay proceed on the A386 Torrington road and as approaching Landcross take a turning right by the old converted chapel signposted to Buckland Brewer and Parkham. Continue on this road for approximately 7 miles until reaching a turning right signposted to Parkham. Take this turning right going around the sharp bend up the hill until coming into the village. At the T-junction take a left hand turning, continue into the village then taking a next left signposted to the Old Penhaven Hotel (which is no longer a hotel). There is an un-made stoney drive to the right hand side of the Old Hotel restaurant, take this road and continue to the virtual end of this driveway where you will see Beech Tree Cottage to be the last property on your left hand side with a nameplate clearly displayed.