Believed to date from the 16th century, Yellands is a superb example of a granite built village house which unusually still retains its full burgage plot. The current owners have carried out a comprehensive program of renovation and improvement that includes a new slate roof and full rewiring plus the addition of a delightful oak framed garden room, yet the house retains its charm and character and offers spacious and well planned family accommodation in excellent order throughout.
Yellands is situated in the heart of the village of South Zeal which lies in the Dartmoor National Park. The village is well known for its medieval origins, and today is a thriving community with an excellent primary school, a popular village shop/delicatessen, a pub and a hotel. The village also benefits from easy access to the A30 with junction just 3 miles away, while Okehampton can be reached in 4 miles with Exeter just 18 miles distant.
THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:
Entrance vestibule, cross passage hall, sitting room with woodburner, kitchen/breakfast/family room with four oven Aga in granite fireplace, separate dining room with Nordica solid fuel stove/cooker, beautiful oak framed garden room with productive grapevine, utility room with separate shower and wc, 4 double bedrooms, a studio/office, family bathroom and shower room.
Immediately to the rear of the house is a charming terrace with steps up to the main cottage garden, beyond which is a very private lawned garden. There is also a slate roof log store hidden from view behind some acers and a bay tree. To the side of the house is the private driveway that enables ample parking and access to a granite built single garage and a further timber building that provides a log shed, a store, and a further lean to. The remainder of the plot consists of a generous granite walled vegetable garden, a small orchard and a lovely hay meadow.
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired Aga.
COUNCIL TAX Band E