This charming end of terrace cottage nestles in a picturesque position enjoying views toward the historic Coldharbour Mill whilst being within easy reach of the village centre and riverside walks.
This charming end of terrace cottage nestles in a picturesque position enjoying views toward the historic Coldharbour Mill whilst being within easy reach of the village centre and riverside walks. The ground floor accommodation comprises a superb sitting/dining room with feature log burning stove and a kitchen/breakfast room. Upstairs are two large double bedrooms with built in storage, a wonderfully refitted family bathroom and a separate WC. The established gardens are a delight and generous in size and take in a lovely sunny aspect whilst also provided plenty of storage with some brick built stores. An early viewing of this lovely village cottage with generous gardens is strongly advised.
Situation and Amenities
Coldharbour lies within a short walk of the village centre with its Nisa convenience store, primary school and Ofsted rated “outstanding” Uffculme School. A more extensive range of High Street shops and supermarkets is to be found in the nearby town of Cullompton. The nearby M5 facilitates rapid commuting south to the cathedral city of Exeter and north to the county town of Taunton. Uffculme nestles at the foot of the Blackdown Hills which are designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, whilst the surrounding countryside offers a wealth of country pursuits. The nearby River Culm with its lovely riverside walks runs through the village. The comparatively central Mid Devon location places the picturesque National Parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor together with the north and south Devon coastlines all within a modest car journey.
Charming end of terrace cottage
Uffculme school catchment
Close to riverside walks
Views towards Coldharbour Mill
Gas central heating and Double glazing
Sitting/dining room with logburner
2 large double bedrooms
Superbly refitted bathroom
Fantastic cottage gardens
Two brick built stores
20 miles Exeter, 16 miles Taunton
Tiverton Parkway Railway Station 3.5 miles
Mains electricity, water gas and drainage
EPC rating - D
Council Tax Band “B”
On The Ground Floor
Part glazed timber front door to attractive entrance porch under a tiled roof, tiled floor, stable door to
Sitting/Dining Room a lovely spacious room running the entire depth of the house, stairs rising to first floor, delightful brick fireplace housing log burning stove, plenty of space for both sitting and dining furniture, built in bench and storage in dining area, radiator.
Kitchen fitted in an extensive range of oak units comprising a generous array of both wall and base mounted cupboards, drawer pack, laminate roll edge worktop with inset stainless steel sink, range cooker with gas hob, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for tall fridge freezer, pantry/larder housing gas fired boiler, tiled flooring, radiator, space for breakfast table, door leading to rear access.
On The First Floor
Pretty cottage staircase to
Landing with exposed timbers.
Bedroom 1 a large double room with outlook to the front over garden towards Coldharbour Mill, overstairs storage cupboard, radiator.
Bedroom 2 another fantastic double room with outlook to the rear, radiator, access to loft, built in wardrobe space.
Bathroom newly refitted in classic but contemporary style with white suite comprising pedestal basin, claw foot roll top freestanding bath, large shower enclosure, with his and hers shower, glass shower door, part tiled walls, tiled flooring, obscure glass window, radiator.
Separate WC close coupled WC obscure glass window, radiator.
The property is set well back from Coldharbour and on approach the property is accessed by a pedestrian pathway in front of neighbouring cottages over which it has a pedestrian right of way. The garden is surprisingly generous in size with a significant area of lawn surrounded by established shrub boarders, a large patio ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining. The garden is wonderfully stocked with established shrubs and trees and takes in a fantastic sunny aspect whilst retaining a surprising degree of privacy. The house benefits from two brick built garden stores, one with power, a timber potting shed/greenhouse and a further timber garden shed. The garden offers a right of way for neighbouring properties to access their garden stores, and there is access out to the road at both the front and rear. There is parking available nearby with on street parking on a first come basis.
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