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Towns Lane, Loddiswell

2 beds | 2 baths | 2 receptions | £475,000

  • Detached
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Receptions
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Shower
  • Parking
  • Garden

A beautiful grade II listed two bedroom detached thatched cottage in Loddiswell. Currently used as a holiday let property achieving a strong rental income PA. Gorgeous gardens with views, and off road parking for 3 vehicles.

Loddiswell is a lovely village with a real community feel. It has a village shop and post office, church, pub that serves food and a very popular primary school. You can also find the well-known garden centre, Avon Mill, just down the hill along with popular café and farm shops, Aune Valley Farm Shop and the Chilli Farm within close proximity. The location is ideal for commuters as it is quick drive to the A38 in order to reach Exeter and Plymouth. It is also local to many beautiful beaches and the thriving towns of Kingsbridge and Modbury. Loddiswell offers spectacular countryside views and unspoilt river walks along the River Avon.

The Property:
The Cottage is a stunning Grade II Listed thatched Devon cottage, located on a quiet lane within easy walk of the village centre which has been used as a successful holiday let property by the current owners for the last 5 years. Believed to date from the 17th century the property has many wonderful characteristics including original beams and a stone circular staircase. The property benefits from oil fired central heating, large gardens with views, and parking for three vehicles. The property comprises;

Attractive part glazed wooden door to entrance lobby. Coir mat and hanging space with door leading to

A light and spacious room with dual aspect windows and beamed ceiling, tiled floor and radiator. Fitted with a range of cream units and solid wood work surface with inset ceramic Belfast style sink. Integrated appliances include ceramic hob with feature mantle above, double oven, dishwasher and fridge freezer. Door to Living Room and small set of stairs to

Breakfast room:
A small room with tiled floor and window to rear elevation, and door to back garden, Two built in storage cupboards, and boiler. Door to

Downstairs bathroom:
Fitted with a white suite including bath with shower over, WC and Basin with vanity unit surrounding. Tiled floor and part tiled walls, obscure window to rear

Living room;
The West Wing. A beautiful room with beamed ceiling and stunning feature inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove and original bread making ovens to the side. Carpeted, window to front, and access to a set of original stone circular stairs leading to the master bedroom

Master Bedroom:
Spacious double with stripped wooden floorboards, exposed wooden beams, and built in wardrobes. Two windows to front, radiator and door to

En suite:
Modern contemporary suite including walk in shower cubicle, WC and basin. Tiled walls and floor and towel warmer

Bedroom 2:
Accessed by a separate set of stairs from the kitchen (The East Wing), the second bedroom is a large double, currently set up as a twin. Stripped wooden floorboards, dual aspect windows, and large built in wardrobe.

The property benefits from 3 parking spaces, 1 of which is on Towns Lane to the front of the property, and the remaining two are located behind the property with rear access to the gardens.

The gardens themselves are beautiful, with shingle paths, mini orchard, and lawned area with far reaching countryside views. Stone borders with many plants and shrubs and three outbuildings for storage.

The Cottage has been run as a successful holiday by the current owners for the last 5 years, and enjoys a good gross annual income each year. It is booked out for a large portion of 2021, and comes with fixtures and fittings and furnishings too. There is a time period booked for 6 weeks in October 2021 for the thatched roof to be replaced at a cost of £22k.

Because the property is now booked for holidays, viewings can be tricky. We have a video walkthrough available on request, and can try and arrange viewings during the changeover periods too.

If you are looking for a beautiful and successful holiday let business or want to move to a dream thatched cottage in a picturesque Devon location, then The Cottage might just be the property for you.


Mains electricity, water and sewerage, oil fired central heating

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