- Tucked Away Position
- Close to the town centre
- 4 Bedrooms
- Period Features
- Excellent Decorative Order
- Ground Floor Bedroom & En-suite
- Large Garage/Workshop
- 360 Virtual Tour Available
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
The Mews is a surprising hidden gem, tucked away just off the town amenities, enjoying a very private peaceful setting which doesn't feel like it’s located within the town. Set well back from East Street and approached through an archway and private courtyard setting, The Mews is a substantial yet individual property with charm, character and quirk throughout the extremely versatile and part reverse level accommodation, which may suit dual occupancy needs or adaptable family space.
The Mews is believed to date back to the 1820s and current vendors have significantly improved the property preserving many of the attractive period features whilst affording modern living style.
The accommodation briefly comprises: on the ground floor, entrance hall with boot room which links to a ground floor shower room and ground floor bedroom/reception room. The open plan kitchen/dining room provides a wonderful space subdivided between a split level enjoying lots of natural light with three windows and housing the Rangemaster recessed in the former fireplace. The first floor provides a large master bedroom, two further bedrooms and a traditional style bathroom with large walk in shower and rolltop bath. The showpiece of the accommodation is the superb first floor living space with an impressive vaulted beamed ceiling and woodburning stove. The living room leads directly to a snug/garden room and thence onto the elevated enclosed garden at first floor level.
For layout and approximate room measurement please see the enclosed floorplan. Virtual Tour Available.
The enclosed part walled and elevated rear garden enjoys privacy and seclusion with far reaching distant views over the edge of town and countryside beyond. Due to being situated at almost roof height, the garden captures the sun for the majority of the day. Stone steps provide an additional access to the garden leading from the front of the property. The shared access leads to the large integral garage (see floorplan) with power, light and water connected, an electric roller door and includes some original features from the former stables.
To the side of the garage is a courtyard area which leads to a useful workshop/store also with power and light connected.
The Mews is set amongst smart period town houses in a private setting, set back from East Street, just a short distance from the town amenities.
South Molton itself offers an excellent range of everyday services including shops, schools, restaurants, and bank, together with a Sainsbury’s supermarket, health centre, recreational facilities and cottage hospital. The town also enjoys a traditional country pannier market twice weekly.
SERVICES & OUTGOINGS
We understand that the property is connected to all mains services.
North Devon Council – Band E (approx. £2,785 per annum)
EPC - D
Tenure - Freehold
From the town centre, head east onto East Street and upon reaching 41, John Hoar Artist’s Studio & Gallery, the entrance leading to The Mews is through the archway to the right hand side. The Mews is located at the end of this driveway on the left hand side.
DIGITAL MEDIA LINKS
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VIRTUAL TOUR AVAILABLE
Council Tax Band: D (North Devon Council)