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Highcroft is an end of terrace cottage and was built in the early days of the 1900's. It enjoys fantastic views across the Wray valley and over the village of Lustleigh. The cottage is well presented throughout and has large sashes to the front looking out to the view and allowing in lots of lovely natural light. To the rear is a garden with a lawned area and an upper terrace. On the ground floor the accommodation comprises an entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen, dining area , utility room and a downstairs w.c. On the first floor is a landing, two double bedrooms and a bathroom and on the top floor is a lovely big double bedroom. Fowlers very strongly recommend viewing this home to truly appreciate it.
Pethybridge is set in the outskirts of lovely Lustleigh and Highcroft is in an elevated spot enjoying gorgeous, far reaching views over the village and valley. Highcroft is about a half a mile from Lustleigh village centre where there is a pre-school, parish church, village shop/post office, car repair garage and an excellent pub. From Pethybridge there is good access to countryside walks and Bovey Tracey, with its much greater choice of shops, is only about 5 miles away. The A38 dual carriageway is less than 6 miles distant and Exeter is about 15 miles.
The multi paned front door leads into the pine floored hall which has the staircase straight ahead, a boxed radiator, a pendant light, hardwired smoke alarm and a wall mounted circuit breaker box. A painted panelled door leads into the sitting room.
This bright room has a large three sash window bay and a window seat looking out across the valley to the gorgeous view. A woodburner is fitted with a lined flue and is set on a slate hearth and there are picture rails, a TV point, a pendant light point and a double panel radiator.
The stone floored kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall cabinets including centrally sited cabinets with a one and a half bowl sink unit with a wooden splashback and a built in dishwasher. The units have wood trimmed stone effect worktops with worktop lighting and painted matchboard splashbacks. There is space for an electric cooking range with a fitted circulator hood with lights above and there are two fitted pendant lights, fitted shelves, a boxed radiator, an understairs cupboard and openings to the utility room and the dining room.
This is a fairly recent extension with double glazed bi-fold doors to the side of the house and a Velux double glazed skylight above for additional natural light. It has a stone floor with underfloor heating and a further double glazed side window.
This is fitted with a Grant floor mounted oil fired central heating boiler, space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine, access to a small loft area and a doorway to the dining room. A latched door leads to the w.c.
Fitted with a low level w.c., an extractor fan, a pedestal wash hand basin and a wall light point.
A bright landing with a sash window to the rear, built in book shelves, original balusters and painted stairs, a pendant light point and a storage cupboard beneath the stairs to the second floor. Painted panelled original doors lead to all rooms.
The bright bathroom has a fantastic view over the valley through a large sash window and if you wished you could sit in the bath and enjoy the view. The floor is laid with pine and there is a shower above the bath, a glazed shower screen and Travertine tiled splashbacks. A pedestal wash hand basin is fitted, a low level w.c., four LED down lighters and a fitted chromed heated towel rail.
A rear facing double bedroom with a large sash window and a view to the garden. It has an original cast iron fireplace and mantel, a double panel radiator and a pendant light point.
A front facing double bedroom with a fantastic view over the valley to the countryside through a large sash window. It has an original cast iron fireplace and mantel and a double panel radiator.
A staircase from the first floor landing rises to this double bedroom which is bright with two large Velux double glazed windows with a view to the garden, side windows for additional natural light and an eaves wardrobe and storage cupboards. There are two pendant lights and a double panel radiator.
At road level there is a single parking bay and brick and stone steps up through the terraced front garden to the slightly recessed entrance. The view from this garden is superb. At the side of the house is a shared pedestrian path and bin storage area and set on this path up against the house are some wooden store sheds for recycling bins, wood and garden tool storage. At the immediate rear of the house is a narrow path with an exterior tap.
A flight of stone and brick steps leads up to the rear garden which has two distinct levels. The lower level is mostly laid to grass with colourful and shapely shrubs and well stocked borders. The slightly higher area has an attractive sheltered, paved patio area and terraced borders with wooden retaining walls and a hedgerow boundary at the rear. The oil tank is concealed in this area.
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil by personal contract.
From the parish church in Lustleigh go to the junction facing the village shop/post office and turn left. After less than a quarter of a mile turn sharp right and drive up past the Baptist chapel. Take the first turning on your left, which is a 'hairpin' left and drive up into Pethybridge. After about a quarter of a mile on your right you will see Highcroft and there is a parking bay immediately outside.