Tucked away at the end of a private drive on the edge of Newton Ferrers, 800 yards from the shops/pub and picturesque creek, two attractive, Grade II listed cottages converted from barns on a 16th cent.
farmstead, once home to the Bishop of Exeter.
The cottages are welcoming with original features, high apex beams, wood floors (rugs) and modern comforts, each with own small garden, beautifully planted for privacy by owners who live in the farmhouse next door (no farming now).
Across the gravelled entrance drive, shared use of lawned garden.
Shared use of washing machine and tumble drier.
Bradbridge Barn is detached and single-storey with a sheltered, tropically planted garden (table/chairs, barbecue) at the front.
Ceiling-high glazed doors to spacious open-plan living/dining/kitchen with leather sofas, TV/DVD and smallish kitchen neatly tucked in one corner with handcrafted units (slimline dishwasher, microwave, fridge, gas cooker) and further big glazed doors and 2 steps down to garden.
A bedroom at each end of the cottage - a double (5' bed, footboard) with en suite bathroom (suite, shower over bath) and French windows to garden, and one with two singles (limited clothes-hanging space) and en suite shower-room (suite, 12" step into shower).
Comfortable and spacious, conveniently all on one level.
Newton Ferrers/Noss Mayo: adjoining small villages beside the River Yealm estuary, sheltered by oak-wooded hillsides, popular for sailing, lovely for walking or just sitting.
Essential shops (Newton Ferrers) and good food pubs.
Low tide footpath across the creek.
Tennis courts; riding stables.
Pedestrian ferry to coast walk to Wembury (village), and secluded beach.
Mothecombe (nearest sandy beach by car), 4 miles.