From the pavement outside, a wooden picket gate opens into the front garden.
High hedge at the front, providing privacy. One step down onto a concrete path leading to the front door. A further gate opens to a concrete path to the side, with access to the back garden. Space at the front for storage, bins etc. The part-glazed front door opens into:
Engineered oak flooring. Hooks for coats. Stairs to first floor, door to:
Engineered oak flooring. Double-glazed windows to the front. Night storage heater. Cast-iron solid fuel burner (with back-boiler) in chimney recess with tiled mantle, surround and hearth. Under-stairs storage cupboard. Stable-style door to kitchen.
Laminate floor. Retro-style, free-standing kitchen with a range of units and drawers. Space for large fridge. Free-standing electric cooker with four-ring ceramic hob, electric oven and grill below. Worktop with single drainer stainless steel sink unit with matching taps and built-in cupboard below. Space and plumbing for washing machine and slim-line dishwasher. Three windows to the rear. Breakfast bar with stools. Night storage heater. Door to garden.
Stairs from the hall rise to the first floor landing.
Painted wooden floor boards. Airing cupboard. Ceiling hatch with access to a loft space (not inspected). Doors to Bathroom, Bedroom One and Bedroom Two.
Window to rear. Panel-enclosed bath with hand-crafted beech pebble surround, swan-neck mixer tap and electric shower over. Counter top basin with built-in cupboard below. Low-level flush WC. Wall-mounted electric fan heater.
Double room. Painted wooden floor boards. Double-glazed windows to the front. Night storage heater.
Double room. Exposed wooden floor boards. Double-glazed windows to the rear with a view across the garden to the river below. Electric panel heater. Fitted cupboard in one chimney recess. Hanging space in the other recess.
Factory-lagged hot water tank and shelving.
Largely paved and gravelled with beds to two sides and a wooden deck area in one corner. Stone wall to the rear. Timber summerhouse. Behind, and well below, the property the West Lyn River flows down towards Lynmouth.
The property needs some refurbishment and re-decoration, which is reflected in the sensible asking price.
We understand the house was built using reinforced concrete panels. Some mortgage lenders may consider the property to be of non-standard construction. Please check with your mortgage provider or broker to ensure your lender is willing to lend.