Nestled in a small hamlet, down a quiet country lane, yet with close proximity to the charming town of Bovey Tracey, is this pretty chocolate-box cottage bursting with character and effortless style.
This Grade II listed, thatched property rests at the end of a row of three, with peace and tranquillity engulfing a leafy green surround.
The interior comprises a lovely, welcoming set-up with a beautiful range of furnishings and antique pieces pleasantly dotted around.
A large woodburner, resting in the inglenook fireplace of the living room, invites you to sit and relax in the organic atmosphere.
Step under the archway and into the dining room enjoying heaps of character, a charming dining table, elegant china cabinets and a door out to the patio, which you can open up and let a gentle breeze flow in from outside.
A well-appointed kitchen completes this Devon cottage in a stylish fashion, with a Butler sink, a washer/dryer and an electric cooker.
Climb up the winding staircase to a set of splendidly presented bedrooms, a French-style king-size double bed with a lovely dressing table and a charming rocking chair, rests across from a cosy double room.
The ground floor bathroom is elegantly presented in a lemon yellow shade, accompanied by an accommodating cloakroom on the first floor.
The little sun terrace to the rear exterior is a lovely spot to sit out and enjoy the pleasurable surroundings with a chilled beverage to hand or a light bite to eat.
For your convenience, the off-road parking spaces are provided to the side of the cottage.
Avid historians will enjoy exploring the local town of Bovey Tracey, home to the beautiful River Bovey, an array of shops and cafes along with the Heritage Centre, not to mention Dartmoor National Park close by.
Endless walking trails are provided, passing by some of the most fantastic scenery you can imagine.
This wonderful property is a joyous retreat ideal for two couples or friends to share together in an idyllic part of Devon.