Situated in the picturesque village of Cockington with lovely walks public house and independent shopping complex within the grounds of Cocking Park, The history of Cockington (c1069), on the edge of Torquay, just a mile from the seafront, you'll discover the beautiful thatched village of Cockington, and at its heart is 460 acres of beautiful country park.
The village dates back to the Doomsday book. The Church of St George and Saint Mary is a step back in time and located next to the former Manor House. Take a walk around the ornamental lakes, woodlands and formal gardens or, for the adventurous, follow the Murder Mystery Trail. There are local tea-rooms, craftsman with local shops, and a public house as well as stables adjacent to Meadow Cottages offering possible potential for anyone of the horsing type.
Understood to date back from the 16th century, this cottage is believed to be part of the former village bakery in the heart of Cockington.
The property is a semi-detached thatched cottage with a barn which has been converted to add to the accommodation all of which is full to the brim with character features including a large fireplace with inset wood burner.
The cottage offers accommodation to include an entrance hall with a door leading to large dining room with feature fireplace and doors leading to a cosy but good size sitting room and a traditonal cottage style kitchen. From the kitchen there is a utility room which leads through to a downstairs shower room.
Stairs from the entrance hall lead to the first floor landing where you will find three good size bedrooms and family bathroom.
The Barns accommodation includes an entrance hall, kitchen, living room, mezzanine bedroom, snug/study area, shower room and a further double bedroom with exposed beamed vaulted ceilings.
The cottage benefits from a good size south westerly facing garden with patio and lawned areas which leads to the parking whilst the barn there is a good size garden.
Rights of Way. We are advised 2 Lanscombe Cottages have pedestrian right of way over the front of 1 Lanscombe Cottages and barn to get to their property and garden. 1 Lanscombe Cottages has right of way (pedestrian) over the front of 2 Lanscombe Cottages to get to their garden and parking. Also the property has pedestrian and vehicle right of way to get to their parking area over the rear lane.