CHULMLEIGH | Price Guide £175,000 | Freehold

A Grade II Listed mid terrace cottage situated in the centre of Chulmleigh offering character TWO BEDROOM accommodation including a Kitchen, Sitting Room and Bathroom with pretty cottage GARDEN and SINGLE GARAGE. Offered with No On-Going Chain


Chulmleigh is a small but busy town set in the heart of rural Devon. It is the centre for an active and friendly community and offers a good range of local shops including a bakery, dairy, newsagent, florists, hairdressers etc, along with the excellent Chulmleigh Academy offering schooling from the ages of 3 to 16 years of age, health centre, dental surgery, Post Office, churches, library, two public houses and a community run Sports Centre and a short 18 hole golf course. The market town of South Molton to the north and Crediton to the south both offer a more comprehensive range of facilities and the local railway station at Eggesford, 2 miles, provides a rail link between Exeter and Barnstaple. Road link is via the A377 or the North Devon Link Road, which can easily be accessed at South Molton. Barnstaple, North Devon’s regional centre, and the Cathedral and University city of Exeter both offer the wide range of shopping, amenities and facilities one would expect from the county’s principal town and city. Tiverton, the M5 motorway at Junction 27 and Tiverton Parkway station, which provides a fast Intercity rail link to London Paddington, are both approximately forty-five minutes drive. There is also an international airport at Exeter.

There are excellent recreational and sporting facilities in the area with a range of Leisure Centres at South Molton, Tiverton, Crediton and Barnstaple, near-by tennis courts and clubs, local rugby, football and cricket clubs, fishing in the rivers Taw and Torridge, further near-by golf courses at Libbaton, High Bullen and Down St Mary, excellent walking and riding in all directions, racecourses at Haldon Exeter and Newton Abbot, and sailing and watersports on North Devons scenic and rugged coastline, being approximately three-quarters of an hours drive.


Bolberry is a most attractive Grade II Listed mid terrace cottage conveniently located close to the shops in Chulmleigh's town centre. The property is of traditional stone and cob construction under a slate roof with a single storey addition to the rear encompassing the Kitchen under a sloping GI roof, all with rendered and colour washed elevations. The cottage also benefits from a wealth of character features including exposed wall timbers and ceiling beams in many of the rooms, original character windows to the front of the property and the original staircase with most attractive wooden balustrading. Outside and to the rear of Bolberry there is a small patio area and walled garden giving access to the Single Garage/Workshop.


From South Molton Street, a character stable style Front Door with inset window light opens onto two steps leading down to the


A spacious split level character Hall with beamed ceiling, screen to one side and doorways through to the Sitting Room and Kitchen, and original turning stairs leading to the First Floor Landing with useful understairs storage cupboard below fitted with shelving. The hall also houses the electric meters and fuse boxes.


A most attractive character room with feature exposed stone fireplace at one end with stone hearth and heavy beam over (currently not in use) . On one side of the fireplace is the original sash window overlooking South Molton Street with deep display sill whilst at the rear of the room there is an internal window allowing borrowed light from the Kitchen. The Sitting Room also benefits from a heavy beamed ceiling, exposed wall timbers along one wall with the remaining walls being part pine panelled. The Sitting Room is finished with wall lights, TV & telephone points.


A light and airy Kitchen with a range of mid-oak fronted units to three sides under a roll top worksurface with corner display shelving, tiled splashbacks and incorporating a range of matching wall units, an inset single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, and space and plumbing for a washing machine and a dishwasher. The Kitchen also benefits from a space and point for an electric cooker with an extractor fan over, a window to the rear with tiled sill overlooking the Garden, as well as a wide walkway which has been incorporated into the Kitchen and houses a matching display cupboard to one side. This walkway gives access to the half glazed Back Door which overlooks and opens out into the Garden. On the other side of the Kitchen there is a further door with internal window to one side opens into the


with a maximum head height of 5'3". (Agents Note:- This room comprises a small amount of flying freehold).


Returning to the Hall, the original turning stairs with attractive wooden balustrading and support pillars and part panelled walls lead to the First Floor Landing with doors to all principal rooms, small window to the rear, wooden display shelf, hatch to insulated roof space, wall light & night storage heater.


With original multi-pane window to the front with exposed beam over and lifting pine window seat creating an ingenious and useful storage area. Exposed wall timbers and night storage heater. ( Agents Note:- This room comprises a small amount of flying freehold)


A spacious second bedroom with high ceiling and recently fitted window to the front with window seat and exposed beam over. Fitted shelves into recess and night storage heater.


fitted with a matching white suite comprising a fully tiled shower cubicle housing a Mira Sport electric shower with glazed shower screen to one side; a built-in vanity unit with cupboard below; and a low level WC. The Bathroom also benefits from a window to the rear with tiled sill.


To the rear of Bolberry there is a small but most attractive walled garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a concrete Patio Area at one end giving access to the Back Door into the Kitchen. The Garden is a delightful feature of the property being private and secluded but making the most of the afternoon sun. At the bottom of the Garden a wrought iron pedestrian gate set into a concrete wall opens into a useful garden maintenance/storage area giving further access to the Single Garage/Workshop with an independent Log Store at one end. Vehicular access into the Single Garage/Workshop is gained from Leigh Road.


Mains electricity (Economy 7), water and drainage. Telephone connected subject to BT regulations. Council Tax Band B (£1,828.36 p.a. for 20224/2025). Superfast broadband available - highest upload speed 20 Mbps and download speed 80 Mbps. Mobile phone data and voice coverage may be limited across all networks (info taken from Ofcom checker).


Strictly by appointment through the agent. Out of Hours Please Call 01769 580024 or E-Mail

Floorplan for CHULMLEIGH