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This terraced cottage has great character and has recently had a new lime based front render and new double glazed wooden front door and windows. The living room is a good size with a large stone fireplace and a wood burner and there is a kitchen and entrance lobby on the ground floor. Upstairs there is a big landing, a bathroom, separate w.c., a double bedroom and a single bedroom. To the rear is a service path and across the path are three small stone sheds for bicycles, tools and bins, etc. This is a sweet and sturdy little home and should be viewed to be appreciated.
Located just a little way down Netherton Hill from the village square. Drewsteignton has a village shop with a Post Office, a good village pub and a superb restaurant in the Old Inn. There is a parish church and meeting room. In the nearby Teign Valley is the Fingle Bridge Inn right beside the River Teign. The village has good access to countryside and riverside walks. A school bus serves primary and senior schooling and there is a regular bus service to Chagford and Exeter. The A30 dual carriageway is about 4 miles away and Exeter is only about 15 miles.
A new wooden front door with a pair of double glazed panels leads into the entrance lobby.
This lobby has a latched door to the staircase to the first floor and doorways to the living room and kitchen. Mounted on the wall is a box concealing the circuit breaker box and electric meter.
The kitchen has an exposed beam, a tiling effect vinyl floor, base cabinets with pine, oak or painted doors, roll top work surfaces, space for an electric cooker, fridge and washing machine, a timber painted inner wall, a ceiling mounted spotlight fixture and a rear facing multi paned window.
An attractive character room with a large stone fireplace with an oak lintel and a wood burning stove, two new double glazed timber windows to the front, a stable door to the rear, a TV point and a night storage heater.
Quite a spacious landing with a white balustrade, a multi paned window in the stairwell and a new double glazed front window, a part exposed structural roof truss and an older night storage heater.
Fitted with a white low level w.c., an extractor fan, a wash hand basin and a vinyl floor.
Fitted with a white cast iron bath with a fully tiled bath and shower splash back, a Triton Perluso electric shower unit, a shower curtain rail, a pedestal wash hand basin with a tiled splashback, a vinyl floor, a ceiling light point and a Velux double glazed skylight.
This room has a latched door, a single glazed rear window and a Velux double glazed skylight, a cast iron fireplace with a hearth and mantel, a ceiling mounted spotlight fixture and a built in airing cupboard with an insulated hot water tank and immersion and some fitted shelving.
This room has a new wooden double glazed window, a pendant light point, a part exposed structural truss and a latched door.
To the front of the cottage is a raised plinth with space for pots and troughs. To the rear is a shared pathway with a right of way for 2 Netherton Hill to the lower access to the lane and doors to the three stone sheds which sit beneath a slate roof. Shed 1 5'8"x 5'4"(1.72m x 1.62m) Shed 2 6'11" x 4'11"(2.1m x 1.49m) Shed 3 7'4" x 5'7" (2.23m x 1.70m)
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
From the village square find the lane which sits in between the Old Inn and the village shop and Post Office. This is Netherton Hill. Walk down the hill and after about 50 metres, on the right, is No 2.