From the car park a block-paved path leads to a wooden picket fenced front garden. The front door opens into the living room
Open plan into the kitchen, with a door to bedroom one and stairs rising to the first floor. Double glazed windows to the front and side. Decorative ceiling beams. Wood-block floor. Radiator.
Ceramic tiled floor. Range of wall and base storage units with worktops over. Integral fridge/freezer. Single drainer 1½-bowl stainless steel sink unit with matching mixer tap. Electric oven & grill. Separate four-ring ceramic hob. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Exposed ceiling beams. Part glazed door to side. Double glazed windows to the side. Radiator.
Cottage-style wooden door. Ground-floor bedroom with the rear wall rising to roof height, where a Velux window provides plenty of light. Radiator.
En-suite Shower Room
Shower cubicle with electric shower, low-level flush WC and pedestal wash basin. Extractor unit.
Stairs to first floor
First Floor Landing
Fitted carpet and doors to bedroom two, bathroom and walk-in storage cupboard.
Cottage-style wooden door. Fitted carpet. Radiator. Double glazed windows to the side with lovely country views. Exposed beams. Two slightly sloping ceilings. Hatch on wall with access to storage area.
Cottage-style wooden door. Three-piece bathroom suite including panel-enclosed bath with built-in shower above, low-level flush WC, pedestal wash basin. Radiator. Wall-mounted hot air heater. Extractor unit. Built-in cupboard housing factory-lagged hot water tank.
A walk-in storage cupboard. Wooden door with latch. Electric light.
A small front garden with a brick-paved path to the front door. Flower-bed borders on three sides with mature shrubs. Small gravelled area. Wooden picket fence.
Two parking spaces. Paved sitting area facing the evening sun-set. Gravelled area. Oil storage tank. Exterior central heating boiler in weather-proof housing. Storage cupboard with meters etc.
Bakers Court is a group of seven houses in a cul-de-sac in the Exmoor seaside village of Lynton.
The property was converted in 1989/90 from period barns (believed to have been built in about 1860) and is located within easy walking distance of village facilities including shops, cafes, restaurants, town hall, health centre and cinema.