- Superb detached barn conversion
- Wealth of charm and character throughout
- Three bedrooms
- Two bathrooms (One En-Suite)
- Enclosed garden
- Rural outlook
- Solar panels
- Close to the beach
Property Description: DESCRIPTION
Nestled amongst the beautiful South Hams rolling countryside at the end of a long private driveway is Little Cumery Barn. Converted from two barns to a very high standard in 2005 the property effortlessly blends modern day living with original charm and offers light and spacious accommodation over two floors. Designed for comfortable living and a homely feel the property has been a cherished permanent home for the past 14 years.
Step through the double glazed doors into the welcoming entrance hall, hang your coat, kick off your muddy boots and warm your toes on the underfloor heated tiled floor. The open plan kitchen/dining room is comprehensively fitted with a range of light oak base and wall units, space and plumbing for dishwasher. A shiny Smeg electric range oven with a 5 ring ceramic hob and matching extractor hood, provides a sociable cooking and entertaining space. Flowing through into the triple aspect lounge, you'll find full length sliding patio doors opening out on to the south facing rear garden. Steps from the kitchen lead down to the light filled snug with doors opening out onto the eastern terrace. A woodburner provides a focal point and offers comfort on dark winter evenings. From the snug steps rise up to the inner hall giving access to the utility room with plumbing and space for washing machine and tumble dryer, stainless steel sink unit, low level wc, the inverter for the solar panels and access to loft space. Further along the hall is the guest bedroom with fitted wardrobes, eaves storage and a modern en-suite shower room.
From the lounge a turned staircase with fitted carpet rises to a large galleried landing ideal for a study area to work from home. There are two bedrooms, both with vaulted timber panelled ceilings, one with fitted wardrobes and the other having a walk in wardrobe which also houses the hot water tank and underfloor heating controls. A good sized family bathroom with panel enclosed bath with shower over, wash hand basin in vanity unit and low level wc with concealed cistern complete the first floor accommodation. OUTSIDE
To the front of the property is a parking area for at least two vehicles. The gardens are mainly to the south and east of the property. They are fully enclosed with timber picket fencing and comprise of a large patio area ideal for alfresco dining with steps leading down to the east terrace and an area of lawn bordered by flower beds with a number of mature plants and shrubs. There is a timber shed ideal for storage which also houses the oil tank. SITUATION
Bigbury is a charming village located 1.5 miles inland in the South Hams area of South Devon. The beautiful parish church of St Lawrence was extensively rebuilt in 1872 but parts are believed to date back to the 14th century. Local amenities include the popular Oyster Shack known for its exquisite local produce. At St Ann's Chapel you will find Holywell Stores & Post Office which is open 7 days a week providing all your daily grocery needs, public house and restaurant. A high quality 18 hole golf course can be found at Bigbury on Sea overlooking the stunning coastline.
Approximately one mile away is Bigbury-on-Sea which is a very desirable coastal village in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Famous for its magnificent sandy beaches and glorious views over Burgh Island with the renowned Art Deco hotel and the historic Pilchard Inn. With its beautiful golden sands, shallow water for paddling, rock pools for exploring and watersports it is a very popular holiday resort for families.
Modbury is nearby and offers a good range of local shops including a butcher, baker, grocers, hardware store, chemist, delicatessen and a number of gift and antique shops. Other amenities include a primary school, health centre, dentist, veterinary surgery and mobile library. For more comprehensive shopping, Kingsbridge is to the South and Plymouth is about 12 miles to the West. Modbury is on the main bus route and is also only about five miles from the A38. SERVICES
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage by way of septic tank, shared with one neighbour. Oil fired central heating. Solar panels were installed approximately 10 years ago and generate electricity which is sold back to the grid and provides an estimated income of £1000 per year. Any surplus is used to heat the water. More information is available on request. LOCAL AUTHORITY
South Hams District Council. Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes TQ9 5NE. Tel: 01803 861234. www.southhams.com COUNCIL TAX
Band D DIRECTIONS
From Modbury take the A379 towards Kingsbridge. At Harraton Cross turn right signposted to Bigbury On Sea. Follow this road for approximately 1/2 a mile and take the turning left signposted to "Kennedon Farm" and then turn almost immediately right signposted "Cumery" Follow the private concrete driveway passing Cumery farm on the left and higher Cumery House on the right. Little Cumery Barn will be found approximately 100 yards further along VIEWINGS
Viewing strictly by appointment with Luscombe Maye 01548 830831 Modbury@luscombemaye.com
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