Delightful detached country cottage set in a stunning location with gardens of just over ½ Acre and enjoying far reaching views over the Axe Valley. EPC: Band E
Substantially built with rendered and colour washed elevations set beneath a fibre-slate tiled roof, Catmoor Cottage offers comfortable and very adaptable accommodation with scope to extend and enlarge, subject to planning permission and the necessary consents. The current owner has recently made significant improvements to the property including a modern bathroom, stunning ash staircase, redecoration and refurbishment of the upstairs including improvements to the layout. A new boiler and oil tank were fitted a month prior to marketing. The accommodation briefly comprises of 3 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, large conservatory with magnificent views towards the gardens and beyond, utility room, bathroom, cloakroom and a second utility room which has scope for a number of uses. There are 3 beautifully presented bedrooms and a recently fitted bathroom on the first floor. The property enjoys double glazing throughout the majority of the property and oil fired central heating, which is supplemented by an open fireplace in the sitting room. The glorious gardens and grounds are abundantly stocked with a wide array of flowers, fruit trees, specimen trees, shrubs and bushes with a former vegetable garden and an area set aside for wild flowers. The front of the property is accessed from public highway through a 5 bar gate and gives access to a wide gravelled parking area with a substantial timber and tiled Barn providing open fronted Garaging 19'2 x 16'6 with concrete floor, light and power. Adjoining Workshop 16'6 x 9'4 with concrete floor, light and power. In all the grounds extend to an estimated 0.5 acres.
Catmoor Cottage enjoys an enviable location in this peaceful corner of East Devon, close to the border with Somerset and Dorset, with superb far reaching views across the Axe Valley. The small hamlet of All Saints is surrounded by glorious unspoilt countryside but is within easy reach of all the amenities provided by the traditional market town of Axminster. In addition to the usual range of retailers, Axminster benefits from a number of specialist shops, including Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall's River Cottage Canteen and an intercity rail service (London-Waterloo). The World Heritage Jurassic Coast is about 7 miles distant at Lyme Regis and the Cathedral City of Exeter some 25 miles to the West.