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Ramsley Cottage is very well presented and offers spacious accommodation throughout. The cottage was completely refurbished just 10 years ago and at the same time was extended to create the kitchen/dining room and the master bedroom and ensuite bathroom. It has a broad plot with a big gravelled yard and a large single garage and the garden has a terrace and well stocked beds, a good grassed area and a lower vegetable area. The house has a big covered entrance porch, a proper entrance hall, a w.c. and laundry and a large sitting room with a granite fireplace and stove, and to the rear of the house there is a very generous kitchen/dining room with a Heritage style kitchen units and space for a large dining table. Upstairs is a landing, a master suite with a shower room, a family bathroom and a further double and single bedroom. The cottage is unlisted, double glazed and centrally heated by oil.
Located only 200 metres from a footpath up onto beautiful Cawsand Beacon and only 300 metres from the village hall, tennis courts and children's play area. South Zeal offers a lively community with a primary school and pre school, two good pubs and an excellent village shop/deli/post office. Nearby Okehampton has a wider range of facilities and is only about 3 miles away. The A30 dual carriageway at Whiddon Down is approximately 2.5 miles away and Exeter is approximately 18 miles.
A large slate covered porch supported by timber uprights and with two steps to the stable door protects the entrance to the property.
This is slate floored with four downlighters, a hard wired smoke alarm, a new circuit breaker box, double panel radiator, understairs cupboard and a white painted staircase and balusters. A step leads up to the sitting room and two steps lead down to the kitchen/dining room.
This is slate floored with some built in cabinets incorporating a single drainer stainless steel 11/2 bowl sink with mixer taps, stone effect work surfaces, tiled splashbacks, some matching wall cabinets and space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. A low level w.c. is fitted, a pendant light, a single panel radiator, extractor fan and there is space for coats.
An oak floored room with two windows to the front and one window seat and a big granite fireplace with an oak bressemer and a fitted woodburning stove with a lined flue set on a paved hearth with a bread oven to one side. Mounted on the chimney breast is a floral plaster panel which makes an interesting focal point. Two T.V. points are fitted, a double panel radiator, two sets of directable ceiling lights, a CO2 alarm and there are ample power points.
A superb room with two double glazed windows looking out over the terrace and garden and a big pair of double glazed doors to the terrace. The floor is laid with Brazilian slate, there are six downlighters and two pendant lights and the kitchen has an oil fired fitted Heritage range and an adjacent propane gas fired four burner cooker and space for an upright fridge/freezer. There is a huge range of base cabinets and extensive Indian granite work surfaces with tiled splashbacks. There are five cupboards with smooth pull out shelves for ease of access.
The staircase has painted balusters and hardwood handrails, a pendant light, panelled doors to all rooms and loft access and a hard wired smoke alarm.
A very smart fitted shower room with a fully tiled shower cubicle and glazed and curved shower screen double doors. There is a contemporary style vanity unit with a table top circular bowl and side mounted mixer taps and tiled splashbacks with a mirror above, a low level w.c., a shaver point, a plumbed heated towel rail which is dual fuel and a fitted extractor fan and ceiling mounted light. An additional floor mounted cabinet has space for toiletries.
This is a spacious double room with double glazed windows looking across the valley, a double panel radiator, pendant light point, T.V. point, two built in eaves wardrobes one of which incorporates a hot water cylinder with immersion heater and there is access to a roof void.
An attractive bathroom with a white timber panelled bath with shower/mixer taps, a pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c., tiling to shoulder height, a single panel radiator, a recess incorporating a mirror with a slate sill, a shaver light, two wall light points, an extractor fan, one timber clad painted wall and a vinyl floor.
A front facing double room with a double glazed window, double panel radiator, a pendant light point, a recess for a chest of drawers and a recessed hanging closet.
This single bedroom has a double glazed window to the front, a telephone and broadband point, a spotlight fitment and a double panel radiator.
This gravelled yard has access through a broad opening from the lane and has ample space for 3-4 vehicles if carefully parked. The yard is separated from the garden by a privet hedge and it has an exterior tap, a log/coal store, a 1200 litre oil tank and a screened gas and bin store. Situated within the yard is the garage.
A large single garage with wooden double doors, power and light, a concrete floor, some clear corrugated panels for natural light and two side windows.
At the immediate rear of the house is a part paved and part decked terrace with a granite wall and opening to the main garden. The rear garden gets plenty of afternoon and evening sun even in the winter time and it has a gentle lawned slope with stone retaining walls and granite stones bounding the beds, shaped flower and shrub beds and a gate to the lower vegetable garden/chicken run. Within the garden you will find rhubarb, a plum tree, a walnut tree, two apple trees, a fig tree, cherry tree, pear tree, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blackcurrants and redcurrants. There are two sheds, the first being a wooden shed that has formerly been a chicken run and this measures 8' x 6' and the other is a metal shed with sliding double doors that measures 12' 8 x 9' 8. At the bottom of the garden is a stream which marks the boundary.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Propane and oil by private contract.
From Fowlers drive down out of Chagford past the primary school and down to the A382 at Easton Cross. Turn left and drive past the Mill End Hotel along the A382 until about 3 miles later you come to the mini roundabout at Whiddon Down. Turn left onto the old A30 and continue for about 21/2 miles until, having descended along an S-shaped hill you see a road on the left just before going over the granite bridge at Owlsfoot. Take this left before the bridge and then immediately turn right and drive beneath the granite bridge. This is Ramsley Lane and Ramsley Cottage will be on the left after about 150 metres. It has a broad opening to the yard and you may park in there.