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Belstone, Okehampton, Devon, EX20
Guide price £875,000 | 6 bedrooms | 1.0 acres

Property features

• Exceptional Spacious Period House
• Detached Self Contained Cottage
• Large Gardens
• Approximately 1 Acre
• Parking & Garage
• Superb Dartmoor Views

Exceptionally spacious period house with detached self contained cottage, large gardens and superb Dartmoor views. Exceptional Spacious Period House. Detached Self Contained Cottage. Large Gardens. Approximately 1 Acre. Parking & Garage
Superb Dartmoor Views. Commutable to Exeter in Half An Hour. EPC Band: G. Cottage EPC: E.
St Anthonys Close occupies an enviable position on the edge of the village of Belstone, overlooking its own large gardens with views of the open moor beyond. Belstone has an excellent pub, tea rooms, church and methodist chapel, riding stables and village cricket club. An outreach Post Office in the village hall is also available two mornings a week. A more comprehensive range of amenities can be found in the nearby former market town of Okehampton, which has three supermarkets including a Waitrose, nationally and locally owned shops, modern hospital and state of the art leisure centre. There is schooling for all ages to A-level standard, sports and leisure facilities including thriving rugby and football clubs, as well as tennis, squash and bowls. 18 hole golf courses can be found on the edge of Okehampton as well as at Ashbury. The Cathedral and University City of Exeter is easily accessible via the A30 dual carriageway, having an extensive shopping centre, together with international airport and M5 motorway connections and mainline rail connections. The Dartmoor National Park is famed for its hundreds of square miles of unspoilt scenery, with many opportunities for riding, walking and outdoor pursuits.

St Anthonys Close is believed to date from from around 1912 and comprises a spacious detached family home set in attractive large landscaped gardens. In addition to the main residence which benefits from double glazing and electric central heating, there is a separate detached cottage with its own road access. The cottage has been successfully let producing a good income, but could easily be an annexe to the main accommodation, or holiday cottage if required. The gardens and grounds are a particular feature of St Andrews Close, being well stocked with a wide variety of trees and shrubs and there is extensive parking and garaging for both the main house and cottage. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a distinctive detached residence with large gardens and grounds and a separate detached cottage with considerable income potential.

ENTRANCE PORCH: With tiled floor. ENTRANCE HALL: With stairs to first floor. Radiator. CLOAKROOM: Low level WC, hand basin with tiled splash backing, built-in walk-in cloaks cupboard. STUDY: Large bay window to front. Brick fireplace and hearth, fitted book shelving, radiator. DINING ROOM: Ceiling with exposed timbers, large window bay overlooking gardens, door to conservatory. INNER LOBBY: With tiled floor, large walk-in cupboard/wine store. LIVING ROOM: A superbly spacious room with massive inglenook fireplace with granite pillars and timber lintel, fitted woodburning stove, on tiled hearth. Circular staircase gives access to MASTER BEDROOM. Two sets of french doors to CONSERVATORY: Two radiators. SUN LOUNGE/CONSERVATORY: Running along a large portion of the front of the house, this spacious upvc double glazed room has a Victorian style pitched glazed roof and a brick floor. Raised flower beds and feature circular cast iron radiator. Delightful aspect with french doors to patio and gardens. KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: Range of wood block worksurfaces with cupboards and drawers beneath, inset 1½ bowl sink, space for fridge and space and plumbing for dishwasher, fitted oven and inset four ring ceramic hob with extractor unit above, range of wall cupboards and cupboard housing electric central heating boiler. Archway to Breakfast Area. Fireplace with cast iron solid fuel stove, cupboards to alcove and window to side. Radiator, wood block flooring. REAR CONSERVATORY/SUN ROOM: With upcv double glazing and tiled floor. UTILITY ROOM: Space and plumbing for appliances.

FIRST FLOOR. MASTER BEDROOM: Approached via its own spiral staircase from the Living Room. This spacious room has large south facing picture windows overlooking gardens and beyond towards Dartmoor. Range of fitted wardrobes with sliding doors and two radiators. LARGE EN SUITE BATHROOM: Having sunken bath in tiled surround, mixer shower tap, tiled shower with Mira electric shower unit and screen doors. Pedestal washbasin with vanity splash backing, low level WC, radiator, heated towel rail.

MAIN LANDING: Approached via stairs from Entrance Hall. Galleried balustrade around staircase, access to roof space. BEDROOM 2: Window overlooking gardens with delightful views to moorland beyond. Built in double wardrobe. Door to: LARGE BATHROOM: Access from Bedroom 2 and from Landing. Sunken bath with mixer shower tap, pedestal washbasin , low level WC, built in airing cupboard housing factory lagged hot water with immersion heater, radiator. BEDROOM 3: Window overlooking gardens and moorland beyond. Built in double wardrobe, radiator. BEDROOM 4: Window to rear, radiator. SHOWER ROOM: Large fully tiled shower cubicle with Mira electric shower unit. Pedestal wash basin with tiled splash backing, low level WC. Heated towel rail.

Situated to the rear of the main residence, being upvc double glazed and oil centrally heated. ENTRANCE LOBBY: With part glazed door and stairs rising to First Floor. LIVING ROOM: Bay window, radiator, understairs store cupboard. KITCHEN: Inset 1½ bowl sink with mixer tap, worksurface with space under and plumbing for dishwasher. Inset four ring ceramic hob with extractor unit above, fitted wall cupboards, radiator, tiled floor. Double aspect with glazed door to front porch. FIRST FLOOR LANDING: BEDROOM 1: Double aspect windows, storage recess over stairs, radiator. BEDROOM 2: Window to side, radiator, access to roof space. BATHROOM: White suite comprising panelled bath with tiled splash backing and Mira electric shower unit. Pedestal wash basin, low level WC. Radiator.

The property is approached via two separate gated entrances from Skaigh Lane. The main entrance leads to a tarmac driveway and parking area adjacent o the main house with further parking area and SINGLE GARAGE 20'4 x 10' with double timber doors. The second entrance leads to a driveway and courtyard area between the main house and cottage and gives access to DOUBLE GARAGE 19'10 x 15'11" with two up and over doors, power and light connected. There are areas of garden around the cottage, a DETACHED OUTBUILDING incorporates WORKSHOP/STORE 12' x 6' with light connected and adjoining STORE 9' x 6' with adjoining WC with wash basin. Rear paved courtyard with ornamental fountain and COAL STORE. Immediately to the front of the main residence is a brick paved path with large paved patio/terrace area incorporating three ponds in gravelled surround with rockery and further patio bordered by natural stone wall. TIMBER SUMMERHOUSE 15'6" x 8'6" with light connected and covered timber decked veranda. The main part of the gardens are laid to large level lawns with flower and shrub beds and borders and a central low hedge bordering a gravelled walk way, running between mature trees to a large raised pond in gravelled and paved surround. There are a wealth of mature specimen trees and conifers which have been planted within recent years. Aluminium framed GREENHOUSE 12' x 6' and TIMBER SHED. The gardens enjoy a high degree of peace and seclusion and are bordered by fencing, wall and trees. Adjacent to the driveway is a further 'Secret Garden' with paths and well established shrubs and cyprus trees. The gardens and ground total approxiamtely 1 acre.

Main Electricity, Water and Drainage.

From Okehampton proceed out of the town in an easterly direction, as if towards Exeter. Proceed over the dual carriageway and pass the BP garage on the left hand side. After a short distance, at Tongue End, turn right signposted for Belstone. Stay on this road and continue on into the village, passing the village hall on the right hand side and as the road narrows, turn left signposted to Skaigh. Proceed down this lane for approximately ½ a mile whereupon the entrance to St Anthonys Close will be found upon the right hand side.


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