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Guide price £375,000 - £400,000 This beautifully presented 18th century cottage (formerly an ale house until 1921) is arguably the oldest in this popular Dartmoor village. The property has recently been sympathetically updated, and is now a beautifully refurbished family home and a short walk from the outstanding Horrabridge Primary School
Set within the Dartmoor National Park the open moors can be reached in a few minutes by foot. There are two pubs, a family run bakery, an award winning fish and chip shop and a shop/post office. Tavistock and Plymouth are within easy reach. Exeter is 55 mins drive across the moor.
Quirky period features include old barrel hooks, original beams and floorboards and a coal hole. The cosy sitting room has a wood burner and a small library area. The south facing kitchen is a light filled vintage delight with a door leading to the large deck which overlooks the cottage garden and greenhouse. The dining room has beams, a gas fire and enclosed panelled staircase leading to bedroom 5/dressing room. The passageway which is rumoured to have been a bowling alley has stairs leading down to a cellar with a pantry, workshop and utility room.
Upstairs are four/five spacious bedrooms with the loft bedroom and en-suite shower room being the most impressive. The family bathroom has a slipper bath, big shower and large airing cupboard.
The single parking space is private and gated. Sunny south facing garden with views across the neighbours beautiful garden down to the River Walkham. NO ONWARD CHAIN. Unique 300 yr old period home.
8 Mannamead Road