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Lympstone | Devon

Guide Price £795,000

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Property Details

4 Bedroom Period House
Additional 1 Bedroom Annex
Unique, Versatile Property
Central Village Location
Former Carriage Works with Shop Front
Private Garden
No Onward Chain
Council Tax Band: E
EER: E

DESCRIPTION

**MOTIVATED SELLERS OPEN TO ALL GENUINE OFFERS** A distinctive gem showcasing 2500 sq ft of flexible living space and income potential. Nestled in a sought-after estuary village with a vibrant community ambiance. This period property boasts a two-story annex with a 20 ft kitchen breakfast room, a 30 ft garden, and parking.

DESCRIPTION
Situated in the heart of Lympstone village, Osborne House stands tall as a spacious and adaptable Grade II Listed residence with a fascinating past. This historical 4-bedroom property features an old shop front and a one-bedroom converted former coach house and stable. Renovated by the current owners in previous years, the property offers a versatile living space with a host of possibilities. Accessed via double wooden gates from The Strand into the garden, the property is divided into two parts, with the main house on one side and the former coach house on the other, now transformed into an annex or potential holiday rental. The main residence features a glass front door leading to a hallway with WC and storage, leading to a generous kitchen/dining area with an AGA and patio doors opening to the garden. Additionally, a cozy snug and the former shop, currently utilized as a games room, offer further flexible living space.
On the first floor, a spacious double bedroom with a period fireplace, a second double bedroom overlooking the rear, and a family bathroom with WC are found. Ascending to the top floor, two additional double bedrooms await, one boasting delightful views overlooking The Strand towards the village centre and beyond.
Converted in 2005, the one-bedroom annex, originally a workshop and stable for carriage builders, showcases a welcoming reception room with a vaulted ceiling and a wood-burning stove, a kitchen with a Belfast sink and concealed gas hob pipework. A well-appointed wet room with underfloor heating and a WC complete the ground floor, with a galleried landing and a double bedroom upstairs.
The garden provides a tranquil and spacious retreat within the village centre, featuring a decked seating area, a level lawn, and a sizable shed with power. A wooden gate at the side of the property offers access for parking a small car. A gate and path at the rear of the property lead to the village car park, with the possibility to acquire a parking permit.

Agents Note: The Land Registry title documents indicate that there is a Quit Rent/Rent Charge of 2 shillings p.a. dated September 1901, and as far as the owners are aware this has not been collected in the last 30 years.

SUMMARY

4 Bedroom Period House Additional 1 Bedroom Annex Unique, Versatile Property Central Village Location Former Carriage Works with Shop Front Private Garden No Onward Chain Council Tax Band: E EER: E... Read more

4 Bedroom Period House
Additional 1 Bedroom Annex
Unique, Versatile Property
Central Village Location
Former Carriage Works with Shop Front
Private Garden
No Onward Chain
Council Tax Band: E
EER: E
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