A spacious and superbly presented modern detached home on the fringes of the village with views to the sea and countryside. Available with immediate vacant possession Wonderful views to the sea, large gardens, parking and double garage, four bedrooms (two en-suite), triple aspect sitting room, beautiful conservatory, recently fitted kitchen, study/bedroom 5. EPC Band: D.
SITUATION AND DESCRIPTION:
Thurlestone is the epitome of a South Devon village with its many picturesque stone and thatched cottages and colourful gardens resulting from its own "micro-climate". The village is renowned for its 4-star hotel and it also has an Inn, post office/general stores, church and highly-regarded primary school. There is a large, sandy beach whilst other, more secluded coves are reached by walking one of the many footpaths across its prestigious 18 hole golf course. The property's location provides an easy level walk into the village centre.
We understand that the property is a Potton timber-framed home benefiting from all the usual energy savings etc usually associated with this type of construction and it was built in 1995 by respected local builder. It is finished with part-red brick/part-rendered and painted external elevations beneath a tiled roof. The windows are all wooden framed and double glazed and an oil-fired boiler supplies central heating via water flow under-floor heating.
Internally, it affords beautifully-presented and most spacious accommodation of character with many exposed support beams, roof timbers and cottage style wooden panel doors, typical of the Potton design, whilst externally it occupies a generous, landscaped plot from where wonderful views are enjoyed over the surrounding countryside to the sea and Bolt Tail.Please refer to the attached floor plan and the accommodation comprises:-
The property is accessed at the front via an open entrance porch with a timber entrance door having a glazed panel and side screen leading to the:
SPACIOUS ENTRANCE HALL: This has an attractive brick feature to one wall and is vaulted to the first floor galleried landing. CLOAKROOM with two-piece suite. Doors lead from the entrance hall to all principal ground floor rooms, including the STUDY and a turning staircase leads to the first floor.
The SITTING ROOM is a feature of the house, being a triple aspect room of exceptional character with exposed support trusses and ceiling beams together with a large "inglenook-style" fireplace in matching red brick with a timber over-mantle. Double opening doors lead to the CONSERVATORY which is a valuable addition to the property providing spectacular views over open countryside and to the sea.
The DINING ROOM is a generously proportioned dual aspect room with similar wonderful south-easterly views and a floor-to ceiling fireplace with a multi-fuel stove. Double opening doors lead to the terrace.
STUDY/5TH BEDROOM: Currently used as on office with views to landscaped front garden, but is large enough to provide additional sleeping accommodation if required.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM : A generous room from where wonderful views are enjoyed and which has been completely refurbished recently with the installation of stylish quality contemporary units with granite work surfaces over, arranged around a central island housing the hob and providing further storage space and breakfast bar area. It is fitted with predominantly Bosch and Neff appliances, to include an electric oven, induction hob with top of the range extraction hood over, dishwasher and fridge freezer. Walk in pantry, which also offers most useful extra storage. Slate effect tiled floor throughout.
Off the kitchen is the UTILITY ROOM, with matching contemporary units, a ceramic sink unit, plumbing for washing machine.FIRST FLOOR
SPACIOUS GALLERIED LANDING with exposed beams, red brick feature to one wall and access to the loft space.
The MASTER SUITE comprises a dual aspect room with views to the sea, Bolt Tail and open countryside. It is fitted with an extensive range of light wood-effect bedroom furniture as well as a built-in wardrobe. It has a superb, recently re-fitted EN-SUITE BATHROOM which is fully-tiled in Travertine and beautifully fitted with a four-piece suite in white comprising enamel wash basin in walnut unit with illuminated mirror over, panelled bath, double sized shower cubicle with spa jets and WC.
The GUEST BEDROOM is large and has a window to the rear with similar views to the sea, Bolt Tail and over open countryside. A frosted glass door provides access to the recently installed luxury EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM with three-piece suite in white comprising double sized shower cubicle, vanity hand wash basin, WC, illuminated infinity mirror and heated towel rail.
The TWO FAMILY BEDROOMS both have built-in wardrobes whilst bedroom 3 currently doubles as an entertainment/TV room.
The recently re-fitted FAMILY BATHROOM is also fully tiled in marble and has a four-piece suite with corner bath having mixer tap fitting, shower cubicle and vanity wash basin with illuminated mirror over.OUTSIDE
The front of the property is secluded by an attractive painted rendered wall and entrance is provided via a pair of remote controlled double opening timber gates, which lead to the paved driveway affording hard-standing room for numerous cars and a boat/caravan. Access to the:
DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE which has a pair of electric remote controlled up and over doors, vaulted roof space and power/light connected.
To the rear of the garage is a TIMBER SUMMER HOUSE 8' x 6' being fully insulated with power and light connected and from where rural views can be enjoyed.
The front garden is landscaped with well stocked shrub beds on either side of the driveway. Steps lead down from the drive to the front door whilst a gently sloping paved pathway on the western side affords easier access to the rear.
The rear garden is landscaped with lawn, well stocked beds and borders and paved areas for sitting out etc. Two easy steps lead down to an attractively paved area with railway sleeper retainers and a raised shrub garden. The rear garden adjoins open countryside to the side, over which it enjoys delightful views sweeping around to the sea with Bolt Tail in the distance.SERVICES
Mains electricity, water and drainage connected. Oil-fired central heating.COUNCIL TAX - Band G DIRECTIONS
On entering Thurlestone from Kingsbridge, turn left into Court Park (signed Kerse) and proceed down the hill. At the bottom of the hill, follow the road around to the right and The Meadows will be found just a few yards along here on the left, opposite Lambs Close.