The property is set in a peaceful and secluded rural area just a few miles west of the Dartmoor National Park, conveniently placed about 10 miles from Tavistock, Okehampton and Launceston. The property is approached off a typical Devon country road along an access lane with pleasant views over the surrounding countryside. The village of Lewdown is about 1 mile away and offers local amenities including a post office/general stores, County Primary School and public house. The larger village of Lifton is about 3 miles further west with primary school, the Arundell Arms hotel well renowned for its fly fishing, and a doctors’ surgery. The A30 is approximately 4 miles distant with Exeter about 40 minutes journey time. The market town of Tavistock offers a good selection of shops, banking and community facilities, as well as the renowned Mount Kelly College and other secondary education. It has also previously been voted England’s Best Market Town. The Cities of Exeter and Plymouth both offer a more comprehensive range of retail facilities together with road, rail and air links. Launceston is to the west providing high street shopping, private, primary and secondary schools, leisure centre, community hospital and supermarkets. Okehampton is to the east, also providing high street shopping, primary and secondary schooling, community hospital, leisure centre and supermarkets including Waitrose. Dartmoor is close by with its rugged Tors and expansive moorland providing many walks and excellent riding. Nearby is the famous National Trust attraction at Lydford Gorge and also Roadford Lake offering recreational facilities including boating and sailing. The north and south coasts offer additional opportunities for sailing, surfing and other waterside pursuits together with their unspoilt sandy beaches. There are also numerous challenging golf courses in the immediate area.
Part obscured glazed front door into:
Window to side. Opening into:
22' 2'' x 15' 7'' (6.75m x 4.75m)
Dual aspect with windows to the front and side. Woodburner with attractive slate flagstone hearth, wooden beam and bread oven. Radiator. Door into:
15' 6'' x 12' 9'' (4.72m x 3.88m)
Dual aspect with windows to the front and rear, one with a granite sill. Multi-fuel burner and bread oven. Base unit with granite worktop. Door into:
17' 9'' x 11' 9'' (5.41m x 3.58m)
Dual aspect with windows to the rear and side. Range of base units with wooden worktops. Belfast sink with mixer tap over. Electric Rayburn with induction hobs and extractor hood and light above. Underfloor heating. Stairs rising to the first floor. Under stairs cupboards. Door into:
BOOT ROOM/ REAR PORCH:
14' 11'' x 12' 11'' (4.54m x 3.93m) Maximum
Windows to the side. Glazed double doors lead onto the rear garden and another door leads down to the side parking area. Underfloor heating. Two cupboards, one with space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, the other used as a study. Door into:
7' 2'' x 4' 11'' (2.18m x 1.50m)
Velux window. High level cistern. Shower cubicle with mains shower. Sink and pedestal with mixer tap over. Underfloor heating. Heated towel rail.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING:
Attractive window to the rear with window seat. Radiator. Doors leading to four bedrooms, family bathroom and WC.
15' 0'' x 12' 4'' (4.57m x 3.76m)
Dual aspect with windows to the front and side. Radiator and electric wall heater. Built in wardrobe. Sink with pedestal with hot and cold taps over.
16' 2'' x 9' 7'' (4.92m x 2.92m)
Window to the front. Oak flooring. Radiator. Attractive wooden beams.
17' 5'' x 8' 3'' (5.30m x 2.51m)
Window to the front. Oak flooring. Radiator.
10' 3'' x 5' 5'' (3.12m x 1.65m)
Window to the rear. Radiator.
7' 2'' x 8' 11'' (2.18m x 2.72m)
Window to the rear. Wooden panel enclosed bath with mains shower over. Low level WC. Sink and pedestal with hot and cold taps over. Radiator.
Window to the side. Low level WC. Wash hand basin with hot and cold taps over.
From the country lane, the long, private driveway leads down to the side of the property, past the outbuildings. There is plenty of off road parking and gates lead into the orchard, as well as the rear garden and greenhouse. The gardens and grounds to the front, side and rear are a particularly attractive feature making a delightful setting for the property surrounded by and adjoining areas of woodland and farmland beyond. Two gates lead into the bottom paddock and a further gate leads into the recently planted copse, consisting of around 70 trees. A gate off the driveway and stile at the top of the garden both provide access into the top paddock. In the orchard there are plum, pear and apple trees. Steps down from the orchard lead to a stream bordered natural path providing access to the large pond with numerous bridges and attractive seating areas along the way, perfect for enjoying the morning sun.
Double wooden doors leading into:
19' 0'' x 24' 5'' (5.79m x 7.44m)
Dual aspect with windows to both sides. Power and light connected. Pot Belly Stove. Workbench. Kitchen base cupboards. Door into:
44' 9'' x 17' 11'' (13.63m x 5.46m)
Mainly of cob and block construction. Dual aspect with two windows to the rear and four to the side. Power and light connected. Door to the side, overlooking the pond and double doors to the rear. Useful storage above.
TRACTOR SHED / WOOD STORE:
Open fronted with two bays. One currently utilised as a wood store. Next to the tractor shed is a dog kennel.
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage by septic tank. Oil fired central heating.
West Devon Borough Council.