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A classic Victorian cottage situated in the small hamlet of Trinity. Typically Devon, with a sunny garden, views over farmland, and country lane walks, all with quick access to the motorway!
This spacious property lies in a convenient rural location, within easy reach of the popular amenities of Cullompton and Bradninch.
Believed to have been built in 1875, the property offers spacious rooms, typical of the era, with some original features, including a large stone fireplace in the sitting room, with oak beam over and housing a multi-fuel burner.
The farmhouse style kitchen, fitted in antique pine, has an Aga which is used for cooking and provides a lovely background warmth, so this room tends to be where everyone lingers! An attractive stable, entrance door leads to the utility room.
There are four generous bedrooms, two on the first floor and a further two in a loft conversion, on the second floor, with 'Velux' windows. The first-floor bathroom is a good size and fitted with a bath and separate shower cubicle.
The front of the cottage has a lovely walled forecourt and wrought iron gate leading to the front door, surrounded by an established wisteria, a pretty picture throughout the summer.
To the rear, there is a gated parking area, with space for several vehicles, and a large garage, with inspection pit. Adjoining this, there is a storeroom or potential home office.
Steps lead up to the level lawn garden with a summerhouse in the corner, which is ideally placed to make the most of the views, and from which the sun can be enjoyed for most of the day.
Services: Mains water and electricity. Private oil tank for central heating. Septic tank drainage, shared with a neighbour.
Trinity lies a short drive from Cullompton, which has a range of shops, including an award-winning butcher's, Costa, Tesco, Co-op, Aldi and Home Bargains supermarkets, and a popular coffee shop and wine bar, 'The Bakehouse'. Other amenities include a health centre, library, community centre, established doctor's surgeries, a veterinary practice, churches, sports clubs, pubs and recreation facilities.
Cullompton is ideally placed for commuting, with quick access to the city of Exeter via J28 of the M5 or the B3181 main road through Broadclyst and Pinhoe. In Exeter you will find numerous shops and restaurants, a University, historic Cathedral and several rail stations.
There are regular bus services through the town and rail links at Tiverton Parkway and Honiton stations, to Paddington and London Waterloo, respectively. The 'Falcon' coach service also stops in the town, providing economic travel between Plymouth and Bristol, with stops in between, including Bristol Airport.
Exeter c. 16 miles
Taunton c. 26 miles
Tiverton c. 5 miles
Tiverton Parkway Station c. 8 miles
Honiton c. 12 miles
Please see the floor plan for the dimensions. The internal photos were taken with a wide-angle lens to show more of the rooms.
From J28 of the M5 and Cullompton High Street, take the right turn by Costa, into Tiverton Road. Proceed for approximately 0.6 miles and fork left to Trinity. Continue on this lane, bearing left at the first 'triangle' in the road. At the next junction turn/bear right onto Knowle Lane (only noted on Google maps). Do not turn off until the next 'triangle' in the road where you take two left turns in quick succession and continue for 0.65 miles, where 4 Trinity Cottages can be seen on the left.