Originally built as a bungalow in the 1920s, it has been re-modelled and extended over the years to provide a charming home of great character.
The property is set well back from the quiet lane and sits in attractive mature gardens from which there are some fine views towards the moor. Most of the accommodation is still arranged on the ground floor with the exception of the first floor en-suite bedroom. There are two pleasant reception rooms, each with access on to the gardens, in addition to the light and airy conservatory kitchen/breakfast room extension which enjoys a lovely outlook over the rear gardens. Outside, there is a private driveway, a good-sized detached garage, and a summerhouse which the current owner uses as a picture-framing workshop.
Throwleigh is a pleasant rural community with a parish church, nearby pub, and a village hall. School buses serve the village for both primary and senior schooling. The ancient stannary town of Chagford is just 3 miles away, Okehampton 6 miles, and the A30 dual-carriageway 3½ miles (linking to Exeter approximately 20 miles to the east).