If so, why not consider ‘Garden’ The Grange, Stoke-in-Teignhead. The village looks much the same today as it did a hundred years ago, with its chocolate box thatched cottages and high hedged lanes. As well as its old world charm, it does benefit from modern facilities that you would expect from a thriving village. It has a locally owned village shop stocking local produce, a 13th century public house, the Church House Inn, a highly recommended primary school, a recently constructed village hall, and a beautiful 13th century church. There is a real sense of community with plenty of village events for you to get involved in throughout the year, one being the famous “Fuzzy Dee Race” held every May bank holiday.
The property is in the centre of this charming village. “Garden” is a first floor apartment in a converted Victorian residence. It benefits from its own entrance which leads into the spacious accommodation. There’s a good size lounge which leads into the kitchen/dining room and has some lovely character features such as beamed ceilings and an open fire making it feel like a country cottage. There is also large sash windows which allows great views of the private garden. There are two double bedrooms, both with built in wardrobes and a good sized family bathroom. One particular feature, and a rarity in a property of its kind is its beautiful enclosed Garden, hence the name of the property. The garden is fully enclosed by a grade two listed wall and with many beautiful shrubs and flowers bordering the lawn. From the top of the garden far reaching views of the village and surrounding fields can be enjoyed.
Affordable properties in villages such as Stokeinteignhead are hard to come by, and those with parking and a beautiful garden are few and far between. Garden, The Grange, is offered with no upward chain and at an asking price of £184,950. This a property which must be viewed to be fully appreciated.
Callum from Coast & Country invites you to view Garden, The Grange, Ivy Tree Hill, Stokeinteinhead, TQ12 4QH on Wednesday 11th May, between 5:00pm to 6:00pm. No appointment is necessary.