This superb semi-detached barn conversion is situated just off the village square of North Molton, on the edge of Exmoor National Park.
Ideal for a couple, small family or friends, this lovely holiday home is full of character and charm with exposed beams and exposed stone walls throughout.
You enter into a small hallway where you can hang coats and leave boots after a day’s walking and also in this space are the washing machine and tumble dryer.
Next is the sitting room with dining area which is sure to delight with homely touches, an oak floor and those beams and stone walls.
In one corner is a warming woodburning stove and the Smart TV is wall-mounted and so why not relax whilst watching one of your favourite movies while the logs in the stove crackle away.
The kitchen is very well-equipped and comes with such features as a Belfast sink, dishwasher and wine cooler, along with a door that leads out onto the patio area.
Upstairs are three bedrooms, all with exposed beams and the master double also boasts exposed walls.
As with the bedrooms, the bathroom exudes quality with a deep bath, perfect for a soak after a day out and about, and the bathroom also has a double rainfall shower.
Aside from the patio, outside are an enclosed south-facing lawned garden and the convenience of off road parking.
North Molton is a village which provides access to both Exmoor and the coast.
The village has a pub, shop and Post Office, with the larger South Molton offering further amenities.
There’s plenty to see and do in the area, including National Trust properties, coastal paths and seaside resorts.
A delightful cottage, perfect at any time of year.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, double walk-in rainfall shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove.
About the location
South Molton 5.3 miles; Dulverton 11 miles; Barnstaple 12 miles.
The ancient village of North Molton is an ideal base from which to explore Exmoor and North Devon’s dramatic coast. The village boasts a friendly pub, Post Office and a village shop offering home-grown produce from local farms and delicious home-baked goods, while just a few miles away, the pretty town of South Molton offers a range of shops and a twice weekly market. Being pleasantly close to both coastal and inland beauty spots, this quaint village is sure to suit visitors of all tastes. Within easy reach are forests, moors, rivers and beaches, along with churches and other buildings of historical significance, whilst just a mile or so away is the border of the Exmoor National Park. There is superb walking on the South West Coast Path and the North Devon coastline is varied and interesting. Visit the National Trust's Watersmeet Gorge, Valley of the Rocks and the funicular cliff railway. Up on Exmoor, there are various walks to suit all abilities, as well as pretty places worth visiting including Tarr Steps, Landacre Bridge and the charming little village of Withypool. Further afield, the resorts of Ilfracombe and Combe Martin are well worth a visit, and for some of the best beaches in the country, a day trip to Woolacombe and Saunton are not to be missed.