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A beautifully presented Georgian family home, recently refurbished throughout.
Set in this popular village with all its amenities, this is one property that must be seen!
Acres Wild is an appealing 18th century Georgian property which we believe dates back to 1760 and was the former bakery for the village.
The semi-detached property has undergone an extensive refurbishment project in recent years and has been tastefully modernised and is now presented beautifully throughout. The sizeable accommodation would provide a very ample family home, light and spacious with good ceiling heights, so typical of the Georgian era.
The classic kitchen/breakfast room is flooded with natural light with its tiled flooring and traditional, yet modern oak units.
The two reception rooms are spacious and both boast wood burning stoves. The wood burning stove in the sitting room also subsidises the hot water and heating and is capable of having additional radiators added to the system if required. The dining room benefits from French doors leading out to the garden.
On the first floor there is a galleried Georgian landing and four double bedrooms, all with splendid rural views over the village and two with original feature fireplaces. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room. The family bathroom comprises bath with shower over, wash hand basin and WC. A large walk in airing cupboard with slatted shelving, lagged hot water tank and solar boost for hot water is also found on the landing.
A paved parking area fronts the property, with a wooden gate leading to the rear. The sunny West facing rear garden has a patio area, perfect for a table and chairs and there is a pretty summer house with mains power. The garden is laid mainly to lawn and bordered by a variety of flowers and shrubs. At the end of the garden is a shed, outside which is a stone seating area along with two good sized vegetable troughs.
Whilst being a characterful village house, the property is very warm and economic to run with PVCu double glazed windows and doors, the latest state of the art electric radiators and extensive insulation. The property also benefits from solar panels which are owned outright and provide ample electricity and hot water; the payments from the Feed in Tariff, making this an extremely economical house to run.
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Solid fuel and electric heating with owned solar panels.
NB: The property has a flying freehold with the attached property.
From Tiverton take the North Devon Link Road (A361). At Two Gates Cross, take the left turning to Rackenford. Continue along this road and turn right at the T-junction. Continue for approximately 1 mile and then turn left into the village. After ¼ mile, the property can be seen on the right, just before reaching the Stag Inn.