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A charming, semi-detached period property quietly situated within a level walk of Dulverton's shops and amenities with large gardens, river frontage and workshop
Peaceful location on the outskirts of Dulverton
Walking distance of amenities
Kitchen/ breakfast room
Sitting/ dining room with wood burner
Downstairs shower room/ cloak room
Large gardens & river frontage
Oil-fired central heating
Copper Beech is a charming, semi-detached house dating back to the 1920's, quietly hidden away on the outskirts of the Exmoor town of Dulverton with large gardens to the front and rear which extend onto the River Barle. The property lies within a pleasant walk of the town with its many amenities including a great variety of local stores for all your everyday shopping needs, popular pubs, restaurants, library, doctors' surgery, dentist, pharmacy and schools. The market town of Tiverton lies approx. 12 miles to the south with dual carriageway access to Junction 27 of the M5 Motorway and Tiverton Parkway mainline station with services to London (Paddington approx. 2 hours).
Inside, the spacious accommodation has large windows which maximise the views and give a light and airy feel. On the ground floor, the front door leads into the kitchen/ breakfast room with exposed wooden floors, fitted units incorporating a double ceramic sink, electric range cooker, dishwasher and space for fridge freezer. Sitting/ dining room with woodburning stove, exposed wooden floors, patio doors into the garden. Rear hallway with door to the shower room/cloak room, understair storage cupboards, door to the garden and stairs to first floor with three bedrooms, the master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and views through a large bay window to the rear gardens and the River Barle, a further double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a single bedroom. Family bathroom with bath, basin and WC.
The property is approached over a small footbridge crossing the mill leat stream and leading to the garden path and front door, the well established front gardens are filled with a variety of ornamental shrubs and trees surrounding the lawns, with a dividing archway, trellis and planting, there is a useful workshop with light and power connected and plumbing for washing machine. A side gate gives access to the rear enclosed west facing gardens, with a wooden decked seating area adjoining the house, with lawns surrounded by shrubs and flower boards, a further wooden decked patio area ideal for barbecues, and a low stone wall with steps leading down to a further seating area overlooking the River Barle.
Please see the floor plan for the dimensions. The internal photos have been taken with a wide angle lens to show more of the rooms.
From the Seddons Dulverton office, turn right out of the front door, and turn left after the Post Office into Lady Street, passing The Old Chapel and then Addlemead on the left, a little further on, just after the Northmoor Road sign, the gate and foot bridge for Copper Beech will be found on the left.
Mains electricity, water and drainage connected. Oil-fired central heating.