Meeth is a small village roughly 13.5 km (8.4 mi) north-northwest of Okehampton and 40.7 km (25.3 mi) west-northwest of Exeter. It lies to the west of the River Torridge. There is a small centre which encompasses the recently re-opened church, village hall and village pub (The Bull and Dragon c1490). The village has a Quarry Nature Reserve (DWT) which is a popular tourist attraction with lovely walks around the lakes and access on the tarka trail. A good local bus service runs daily. Amenities including a general store, Primary school and Doctors surgery can be found at the nearby Market town of Hatherleigh whilst a more comprehensive range of amenities including supermarkets and secondary schools can be found in Torrington or Okehampton.
A good local bus service runs daily. Amenities including a general store, Primary school and Doctors surgery can be found at the nearby Market town of Hatherleigh whilst a more comprehensive range of amenities including supermarkets and secondary schools can be found in Torrington or Okehampton.
The front door opens to the
Entrance hall. Vinyl flooring, radiator.
Living room. A triple aspect room with a non-functional inglenook fireplace with original cloam oven and wood lintel over, fitted carpet, two radiators.
Utility room. Fitted worktop with an inset stainless steel sink, plumbing and space for a washing machine, shelved storage cupboard, airing cupboard housing and in-direct factory lagged hot water cylinder.
Kitchen/dining room. An extension to the main property with an oil fired Stanley, range of floor and wall units including an inset sink, vinyl flooring, glazed door to the rear. An exposed Stone buttress adds an eye-catching feature to the room.
Wet room. Walk in shower area, pedestal wash basin, low-level WC, radiator, extractor fan.
From the entrance hall stairs lead up to the
Bedroom one. A dual aspect room with beautiful countryside views, radiator, fitted shelved wardrobes.
Bedroom two. Fitted carpet, radiator, large walk-in cupboard, partitioned room with WC, handbasin and extractor.
To the right of the property is a wooden gate opening to a secluded and attractive garden with far-reaching views over countryside and Dartmoor beyond.
Extensive enclosed gardens have over the years had considerable works done to it to provide an abundance of wildflowers, trees, shrubs and lawns. There is a
Garage. 8.153m x 3.176m with an up and over door, courtesy door to the rear.
To the front of the garage is a parking space.
Within the garden, there are various outbuildings including
Greenhouse 3.7 x 2.5m
Timber shed 2.08m x 1.5m
Workshop. 4.50m x 3.14m
Log store. 3.2m x 1.92m
Storage shed . 3.27m x 2.4
To the side of the property is a wooden gate opening to a fully enclosed garden laid to lawn with views of countryside and Dartmoor. This area also houses the oil tank.
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