Situated within Dartmoor National Park, just outside the popular village of Brentor and bordering Blackdowns, the property is exceptionally well-placed for easy access to the A386. The nearby village of Mary Tavy offers a highly regarded primary school, public house and post office/general stores.
The towns of Tavistock, Okehampton and Launceston are all easily accessible by car and there is a regular bus service nearby.
Brentor is synonymous with St Michael de Rupe church, often referred to as Brentor Church which sits high on the hilltop and is an impressive landmark which can be seen from many miles in all directions.
Open fronted porch with stone walls. Windows to either side. Timber stable door leading to:
14' 3'' x 12' 2'' (4.34m x 3.71m)
Inglenook fireplace and inset wood-burning stove. Display niches. Window to front. Slate flooring.
FARMHOUSE STYLE KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM:
22' 7'' x 12' 8'' (6.88m x 3.86m)
Exposed beams. Inglenook fireplace with inset wood-burning stove. Further stone fireplace/recess at opposite end of room with inset oil fired 'Aga'. Bespoke cottage style units with woodblock worktop surfaces and inset 'Belfast' sink. Under-stairs recess. Dual aspect with windows to either side. Double French doors leading out to garden.
10' 3'' x 5' 3'' (3.12m x 1.60m)
Worktop surfaces. Inset 'Belfast' sink. Plumbing for washing machine. Space for freezer. Window to rear. Tiled flooring. Door to:
5' 11'' x 4' 1'' (1.80m x 1.24m)
Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Window to side. Tiled flooring.
21' 6'' x 12' 10'' (6.55m x 3.91m)
Accessed via the Dining Hall. Exposed stone walls. Exposed beams. Dual aspect with windows to front and rear. Inglenook fireplace with inset multi-fuel stove. Stairs to first floor.
Spacious landing area. Exposed stone to one wall. Stairs to second floor. Window to side overlooking grounds and surrounding countryside.
14' 7'' x 9' 4'' (4.44m x 2.84m) maximum
Window to front. Feature period fireplace.
14' 4'' x 12' 6'' (4.37m x 3.81m)
Window to front with pleasant views towards Brentor Church.
LARGE WALK-IN WARDROBE:
8' 7'' x 4' 1'' (2.61m x 1.24m)
8' 6'' x 8' 0'' (2.59m x 2.44m)
Wash hand basin set on to wash stand. Panelled bath. Low level WC. Shower cubicle with glass screen. Tiled splash backs. Window to side. Heated towel rail.
14' 9'' x 9' 8'' (4.49m x 2.94m)
Light triple aspect room with pleasant views over the gardens and surrounding countryside.
9' 7'' x 5' 10'' (2.92m x 1.78m)
Tiled flooring. Tiled splash backs. Window to side. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Large quadrant shower cubicle with shower unit over.
Leading up to the second floor is a split mezzanine landing with stairs straight ahead and to the left. To the left, stairs lead up to:
14' 9'' x 9' 10'' (4.49m x 2.99m)
Window to side enjoying pleasant outlook.
SECOND FLOOR LANDING:
Built-in cupboard. Velux skylight to rear with far reaching open views.
11' 5'' x 11' 1'' (3.48m x 3.38m) extending to 15' 0" maximum
Large Velux roof light enjoying views to Brentor Church and surrounding countryside. Eaves storage area. Built-in airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder. Electric wall heater.
13' 0'' x 11' 3'' (3.96m x 3.43m) plus recess
Velux skylight to front enjoying open views to Brentor Church and surrounding countryside. Eaves storage area. Electric wall heater.
The property is set in approximately 2.5 acres of its own grounds, with ample parking to both the front and rear. To the front, a pedestrian gate leads to a private lawned garden with a selection of shrubs and trees and paved patio area. The lawns sweep around the property to the side and rear where there is a further seating area. To the side of the property, is a further expanse of lawn which runs away from the house into an attractive wooded area with an old tree house. The ground then opens up to a further large area of grass with interspersed trees which could easily be fenced off to create a paddock for anyone with livestock or ponies. Within the grounds, is an attractive detached two bedroom barn, currently used a holiday let with shed/workshop beyond and there is separate gated access on to the side lane which provides additional off road parking as well as access for tractors and machinery. There is ample parking for a horse box or trailer and the gardens predominantly enjoy a south westerly aspect and open views across surrounding countryside.
Mains electricity, water and private drainage. Oil fired heating. Telephone and broadband connected.
West Devon Borough Council.