"The Old Smithy" or "Smith's house", is now a GRADE TWO LISTED private dwelling. Dated 1870. The front and side walls are of squared Devonian limestone with large dressed quoins to door and window-arches. Slated roof with red crested ridge-tiles.
A double-fronted property full of charm and character that enjoys spacious and light rooms comprising of three double bedrooms to the first and a luxury bathroom suite sympathetically modernised with views from the rear across open farmland.
To the ground floor there is Modern cottage kitchen/breakfast room with views and access to the garden, the property also enjoys a spacious lounge and dining room with an additional study/guest bedroom four.
This home has character rarely found in this price range with wooden floors, original sash windows and exposed walls.
Outside is a gated gravel driveway that leads to the rear and at far side there is significant parking for a possible garage or car port STP. A low historic wall trims the garden with a level lawned and well stocked garden that enjoys a delightful sunny aspect throughout the day. It also enjoys overlooking the adjoining farmland and has countryside views.
Situated along the Brixham Road, it has a quiet rear garden and internally it is also peaceful due to the lime house thick set construction and should be viewed before judged. Set a few minutes’ walk FROM coastal paths and QUIET beaches including Goodrington and Elberry Cove, ideal for the active lifestyle. There are local Churston Parish shops and supermarkets nearby. The popular Churston Court is only a short walk away with its summer events, bar and restaurants.
(The historic information been generated a legacy data system.)
Listing NGR: SX 9005955794
This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.