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Loddiswell, Loddiswell

3 beds | 1 bath | 2 receptions | £299,000


  • Beautiful Village Location
  • Ample Character and Original Features Throughout
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Ground Floor Bathroom
  • Utility Room
  • In Need of Modernisation
  • Potential for Outdoor Space
  • Double Glazing
  • Potential to Conver Attic
  • EPC F

A gorgeous 3 bedroom Cottage in the heart of Loddiswell. In need of modernisation, the property boasts many original features and offers the potential to become a lovely family/holiday home in a sought after location.

Location:

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:
Virginia cottage is located in the heart of Loddiswell and is believed to date back to the 18th century. Once a Blacksmiths and a shop, it has been owned by the current family for 80 years and is full of original features and potential. With 3 bedrooms, two reception rooms, and a spacious attic room, it will provide a wonderful accommodation when modernised. With UPVC double glazing and electric heating, the property comprises;

Entrance Hall:
Accessed via a wooden stable door, stairs to first floor and doors to:

Living room:
A gorgeous triple aspect room with beamed ceiling and inglenook fireplace with woodburning stove. Carpeted with night storage heater and selection of built-in storage

Dining room:
Window to front elevation. Built-in wardrobe with pine doors. Night storage heaters, swing doors to kitchen and door to bathroom:

Bathroom:
Fitted with suite comprising bath with shower over, WC and basin with vanity unit under. Obscure window to front

Kitchen:
Fitted with a small range of units and space for appliances. Plumbing for dishwasher. Access to understairs storage which still has the flap in the stairs which was used to see when customers had come into the shop. Large chimney recess and door to rear storage and utility area

First floor:
Bedroom 1:
Spacious double room with dressing area. Window to side and front elevations, night storage heater, carpeted, and original insert fireplace with mantle surrounding. Range of built-in wardrobes and door to:

Bedroom 2:
Currently fitted with a range of built-in wardrobes. Window to front elevation with seat under.

Bedroom 3:
Double bedroom with window to rear elevation and views of church. Carpeted with electric heater.

Attic room:
Accessed from landing is a substantial vaulted loft space with obvious potential to be turned into a master suite. Window to rear elevation with far-reaching countryside views and door which could be converted to a window.

Outside:
Situated off the kitchen is a rear storage area and utility area. Door leads to small courtyard garden and external stone building which was once used by the blacksmiths. This offers potential to be re-used for storage or turned into a private courtyard garden subject to any planning requirements.

The property does require general modernisation throughout but does have scope to become a substantial family home once complete.

Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate, and photographs provided for guidance only.

Tenure:
Freehold

Services:
Mains water and sewerage, electricity

Council Tax band:
Band D. South Hams District Council Charges 2021/22 - £2087.62

EPC:
EPC rating - F

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