Entrance hall with coat pegs and storage cupboard;
bright comfortable Living Room with 2 sofas, armchair, cushioned bench, woodburning stove, original sash windows, broadband Wi-fi internet access and 32″ flatscreen LCD TV with Freeview and DVD player;
Dining Room with oak dining table and 8 chairs;
modern fully equipped Kitchen with gas hob, electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge & freezer, slate floor;
Sun Room and secure undercover side passage with door to street – ideal for storage of surfboards, bikes and beach equipment; area with hose for rinsing and hanging wetsuits to dry;
Utility Area with washing machine and tumble dryer.
Master bedroom with oak superking bed, large wardrobe, 2 chests of drawers, leather armchair, bedside tables with touch lamps and ensuite shower room/WC, large sash windows with views over the village;
Bedroom 2: Twin oak beds, nautical decor, wardrobe including shelf space, bedside tables with lamps, towel rail, wooden floor.
Bedroom 3: Twin white painted wooden beds, white bedside tables and wardrobe, towel rail, cream carpet, sash window with view of village;
modern family Bathroom with white suite, bath and separate shower.
Bedroom 4: Double bedroom in character room with sloping ceilings, iron bedstead, hanging wardrobe space in curtained alcove, white wooden bedside tables, chest of drawers and shelf unit, bedside lamps, mirrors, towel rail, carpet, windows with views towards Braunton Burrows;
The Den: large sitting room/playroom with sofa, 2 armchairs, beanbags and 32″ flatscreen LCD TV with Freeview and DVD player.
The garden is accessed via a door in the top floor sitting room (garden is situated above the house via steps). A small bridge and several steps lead to the first deck, which has wooden table and 8 garden chairs, parasol, and one step down to the small lawn. Shed with garden games, cushions and BBQ. Several further steps lead to the upper deck, which has 2 wooden rocking sunloungers and garden beanbags. The garden enjoys far-reaching views across the village and Braunton Great Field to Braunton Burrows and the sea in the distance. The garden catches the sun from mid morning until late in the day and is a wonderful place to sit in the evening to enjoy the views.