This magnificent extended detached house constructed, we understand to be of, cavity brick/block construction and predominately rendered externally, cleverly preserves the character period detailing with modern living facilities, boasting over 2250 sq. Ft. Of spacious and beautifully presented two storey accommodation. The impressive vaulted 26' open plan kitchen/dining room with adjoining 12' conservatory leads out into the south-west facing garden via the terrace. Retained elegance is found in the reception rooms and the generous reception hall with its original balustrade and oak panelled staircase, a feature reflected in the charming beamed drawing room.
The accommodation comprises covered entrance porch with door to an entrance hall and utility room with a walk-in pantry/storage area, inner lobby area and boot area with a solid oak door to the rear terrace and gardens, open-plan spacious kitchen/dining room, conservatory, sitting room, drawing room, study/snug and cloakroom on the ground floor. An oak panelled staircase leads to the first floor, there is an attractive spacious central landing on two levels with three generous size bedrooms; master bedroom with en suite and walk-in dressing room (originally the 4th bedroom which can easily be converted back to a bedroom), a large modern family bathroom. Views across the open countryside can be seen from most of the first floor windows. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazed windows throughout with the exception of two small leaded windows by the back door porch.
The accommodation comprises and approximate room sizes as follows:-
Covered timber framed and glazed porch 1.47m (4'10'') x 0.76m (2'6'') with steps to wooden entrance door with small uPVC pane inset leading into the,
Entrance hall and utility area 3.96m (13'0'') x 3.23m (10'7''); with spacious worktop and under storage, housing Worcester combi boiler; space and plumbing for tumble dryer and washing machine; a separate walk-in pantry/cupboard with shelving for further storage; coat hooks; door to inner lobby area; leading to
Kitchen/dining room 7.90m (26'0'') x 3.58m (11'87'') uPVC windows to the side with views over front garden; vaulted ceiling with exposed beams; Velux windows; range of cream units with stone effect laminate roll edge worktops; sink and drainer with mixer tap; Bosch 5 ring gas hob with extractor hood; eye-level integrated oven and grill; integrated dishwasher; space for fridge and freezer; oak flooring; radiator; patio doors to
Conservatory 4.31 (14'1'') x 2.79m (9'15'') Double glazed windows and doors to terrace and garden; tiled flooring.
Inner lobby 5.76m (18'89'') x 2.73m (9'0'') Original balustrade staircase and oak panelled wall lead to first floor; understairs storage; boot room/rear porch with opaque leaded windows and oak door to rear porch; radiator; BT point; doors off.
Boot room/rear porch 2.75m (9'05'') x 1.06m (3'5'') Original wooden entrance door and tiled flooring; opaque leaded windows to rear garden.
Cloakroom 2.75m (9'05'') x 1.18m (3'87'') Opaque glazed portrait windows to front; low level wc; corner wash hand basin; space for storage unit; radiator; oak effect gloss laminate flooring.
Drawing room 4.88m (16'0'') x 4.00m (13'1'') uPVC double glazed window with views to rear garden; original oak wood panelling to walls; open fireplace with oak surround and mantel; leaded glazed oak cupboards; radiator; TV point; beamed ceiling.
Sitting room 5.55m (18'2'') x 4.01m (13'1'') uPVC double glazed, double aspect windows with internal tilt feature white louvered shutters, with views over front garden and side; original opaque leaded windows and doors to study/snug; open Baxi fire with marble surround; TV point.
Study/snug 3.88m (12'7'') x 1.83m (6'0'') uPVC double glazed, double aspect windows and door to terrace and garden; BT point; radiator.
Landing 5.21m (17'0'') x 2.78m (9'1'') Original central oak balustrade, with stairs either side on split levels to spacious landing; uPVC double glazed window with view to front garden and views over the surrounding countryside beyond; access to fully floored loft area; radiator; doors off.
Master Bedroom 4.92m (16'1'') x 4.77m (15'6'') into bay. UPVC double glazed large bay window, view over rear garden with views over the surrounding area and countryside beyond towards Cornwall; radiator; ceiling spot lights; separate doors to en suite shower room and dressing room.
En suite shower room 2.43m (7'9'') x 1.7m (5'5'')into shower. Suite comprising fully tiled shower with glazed door; low level wc; pedestal wash hand basin with decorative vanity mirror over; spotlight; electric heated towel rail; wood effect gloss laminate flooring.
Dressing Room 2.80m (9'1'') x 1.85m (6'0'') Originally the 4th bedroom, which can easily be converted back to a bedroom. Original rounded oval feature window double glazed, with view to rear garden; full width floor to ceiling open plan wardrobe with ample shelving and storage; ceiling spot lights.
Bedroom two 4.71m (15'4'') x 4.05m (13'1'') into bay uPVC double glazed large bay window to rear garden; original leaded arch window to side with views across surrounding countryside towards Cornwall; radiator.
Bedroom three 3.96m (13'0'') x 3.25m (10'6'') into cupboards. UPVC triple double glazed window to front garden, with open aspect with views over surrounding countryside beyond; built in triple, double door wardrobes with hanging rails and shelving; radiator.
Large Family bathroom 3.98m (13'0') x 2.41m (7'9'') Opaque glazed portrait windows to front; white suite comprising modern bath with mixer taps, shower and glass screen; low level wc; pedestal wash hand basin; fully tiled; radiator; wood effect gloss laminate flooring.
To the front of the property ample parking is provided on the driveway to the front of the house with an open timber framed and part block rendered garage with parking space for two vehicles, there is access to a secluded lawn area to the side. A further lawn area beyond the driveway with central path leads to the front door. The rear garden affords a sunny aspect and can be accessed from both sides of the house. Steps lead down from the spacious elevated terrace, which is ideal for outdoor entertaining, to the main grounds with a large lawn area, which is well stocked with various attractive flowers shrubs and plants along its borders and boundaries, a fish pond, Timber garden shed and sheltered pergola.
Mains Water, Gas and Electricity. The property benefits from gas central heating. Drainage is via private sceptic tank.
The property is located set off a country road just a quarter of a mile from the Western perimeter of Dartmoor National Park on the edge of the sought after village of Crapstone, near to the historic National Trust property at Buckland Abbey and the village of Buckland Monachorum with its respected St. Andrews Church of England primary school & church and the village pub The Drake Manor. Yelverton village in the opposite direction just 1 mile away which provides a useful selection of shops including a Co-op supermarket, pharmacy, doctors, dentist, butchers shop, hair dressers, garage, Post Office and a hotel and inn, the ancient Stannary town of Tavistock is 6 miles and Exeter 45 miles, Plymouth Navel Port and City Centre 11 miles. The A386 Tavistock-Plymouth road provides easy access to the A38, just north of Plymouth and the A30 at Sourton, both dual carriageways to Exeter and the M5 motorway. From Plymouth mainline station there are train services via Exeter and Reading to London Paddington, whilst from Exeter and Newquay airports there are, collectively, flights to London, the Channel Islands and (by charter), other continental destinations. Brittany Ferries operate seasonal services from Plymouth to France and Northern Spain. Sporting and leisure facilities in the area are excellent. The Dartmoor National Park extends to over 300 square miles and provides ample opportunities for walking and riding. Sailing and other watersports are available within the Tamar and Tavy estuaries as well as from a number of venues along the nearby South coast, there are golf courses at Whitchurch in Tavistock, Yelverton, Saltash and St. Mellion. There are also opportunities to fish by arrangement on the rivers Tavy, Walkham and Tamar, together with a number of local reservoirs.
Crapstone is surrounded by rolling pastureland forming part of the Tamar Valley to the south and west and Dartmoor National Park to the north and east, which is a fairly level stroll away over the old Harrowbeer aerodrome on Roborough Down, its famous tea rooms, with stunning views along the way to the Tors on Dartmoor.
Bus stop - 475 yards situated opposite war memorial. Hopper bus services via Buckland Monachorum, Milton Combe & Crapstone to Yelverton with connections onto Plymouth & Tavistock. School pick up point for St Andrews, Mount Kelly College & Tavistock College and Plymouth schools.
Council Tax: Band E. West Devon Borough Council.
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|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||13.8%||£272,500||2.8||1.5|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£144,200 (4)||£223,838 (13)||£394,279 (7)||£450,000 (2)|
|Flats||£160,000 (1)||£165,000 (2)||-||-||-|
|All||£160,000 (1)||£151,133 (6)||£223,838 (13)||£394,279 (7)||£450,000 (2)|