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Peter Tavy, Devon
Guide price £799,000 | 6 bedrooms | 1.15 acres

Property features

• Edge of Popular Village
• 4 Double Beds, 4 Bathrooms (3 En-suites)
• 3 Receptions and Conservatory
• Triple Garage and Parking
• 2-bed Annexe Providing an Income Stream
• Far-reaching Moorland Views
• 1.145 Acres inc. Paddock with Stabling
• Additional Land/Woodland/Fishing Rights Available

A spacious family home on the edge of Dartmoor affording stunning views, complete with 2-bedroom annexe and paddock. Edge of popular village, 4 double beds - 4 baths (3 en-suites), 3 receptions & conservatory, triple garage, 2-bed annexe providing income stream, far-reaching moorland views, 1.145 acres inc. paddock/stabling, further land/woodland/fishing rights available. EPC Band: D
This unique family home is perfectly positioned on the edge of the popular Dartmoor National Park, 3 miles from the thriving medieval market town of Tavistock. The area is celebrated for the quality of life enjoyed by its residents, with plentiful amenities including a full selection of independent shops, restaurants, galleries and supermarkets, including pannier and farmers' market. Educational needs are particularly well met by both the state and private sector with Mount Kelly College close by. The village of Peter Tavy offers a pretty parish church and well-regarded local 15th century gastro pub. The coastal city of Plymouth is only 16 miles away with fast rail and road links to London, there are also ferry services to France and Spain, and the county capital of Exeter is around 40 miles away with its cathedral, airport and Russell Group University.

This attractive 4-bedroom family home sits in a highly desirable location with spacious accommodation and an annexe with income potential. The house is approached from a quiet lane which carries little traffic - adding to the peaceful nature of the property - and leads to a parking for several vehicles. Set in grounds that extend to over 1 acre, with dramatic views of Dartmoor, Brentor and the surrounding countryside, much of the ground is made up of a paddock with a stable and field shelter behind the house.

The accommodation is clearly illustrated on the floorplan overleaf, being accessed on the ground floor through an obscure glazed uPVC entrance door beneath a canopied porch into the entrance hall. Stairs rise to the first floor and multi-paned doors give access to all ground floor rooms. The Dining Room with bay window gives views across to Brentor and has a fireplace with an inset Aarrow multi-fuel burning stove against natural stone tiles, a timber surround and a slate hearth. Across the entrance hall is the triple-aspect sitting room benefitting from sunlight throughout the day, again with views across the moor to Brentor. The matching fireplace with its inset Stovax multi-fuel burning stove against natural stone tiles, a marble surround and a slate hearth is an attractive feature. There are two sets of patio doors leading out to the gardens. The Study has a window to the rear aspect and benefits from fixed shelving to the side. Adjacent is a cloakroom. There is a further study area which could be used as a Breakfast Room or Snug and overlooks the rear garden, with an understairs storage cupboard and a further walk-in cupboard for coats and boots. A multi-paned door leads through to the kitchen area with a good range of oak wall-mounted and base-level cupboards with roll-top work surfaces over. There is a Rangemaster cooker with a 5- ring hob, hotplate and extractor over. Within the kitchen is an integrated dishwasher, 11/2 bowl sink with mixer tap and drainer, tiled splash-backs and recessed spotlights. An archway then leads through to the utility area with a matching secondary counter with round bowl sink, mixer tap, space for a washing machine, tumble dryer and a large fridge/freezer. A door then leads to the rear garden. A further door leads to the front facing conservatory which is of full-height masonry construction to one side and uPVC on a dwarf wall base to the other. Patio doors lead out to a paved patio and with views over to Brentor this a perfect place for al-fresco dining.

From the hallway, stairs rise to the first floor and split; on the primary landing can be found the master bedroom with double-aspect views to the front and across the moor. The room also benefits from a fully tiled en-suite with 3-piece suite and a bidet, including a P-shaped bath with mains-fed shower over. A further bedroom also benefits from views to to the front and an en-suite with a fully tiled shower enclosure, WC and wash basin. The family bathroom has a 5-piece suite with bidet, WC, wash basin, fully tiled double shower enclosure and panelled bath. Two further bedrooms are located on the lower floor landing, one with views to the front and a velux window to the rear giving reduced head height to the rear of the room. An en-suite to the rear of the room has a wash basin set into a vanity unit, WC and a walk-in shower enclosure. A further bedroom on the primary landing is rear facing.

To the front of the property is a SUMMERHOUSE (13'5" x 8'11") housing a hot tub and seating area, with a storage shed adjacent. There is a further SUMMERHOUSE (7'8 x 7'11 external) with a small grassed area. A gravel driveway gives space for parking for several vehicles and a front garden laid to lawn and patio. Alongside the driveway sits the TRIPLE GARAGE (27'8" x 22'5") with three electrical roller shutter doors with power and lighting connected. Access to the log store, oil tank and separate boiler room is by a gravelled pathway to the side of the property which also leads to the lawned rear garden area and a further patio area. The garden areas at both the front and rear are bordered by mature hedging, shrubs and trees. The separate paddock sits to the rear of the property and is accessed by a metal 5-bar gate and is currently divided into several smaller enclosures. Planning permission has been granted for an L- shaped stable complex, the area currently houses a mobile stable on a concrete base.

Steps lead to the entrance of Acorn Lodge which sits over the triple garage, a two bedroom annexe with income potential and separate electrical supply, this is currently run as a successful B&B, see Accessed by the uPVC front door is the large L-shaped room with the sitting room, dining area and kitchen. The kitchen benefits from an electric cooker, hob and space for a fridge/freezer. Double doors lead through to the two bedrooms, a king size bedroom and twin-bedroom, both with velux windows. The modern bathroom with a fully tiled shower enclosure, electric Mira shower, wash-hand basin and low-level WC serves both bedrooms.

In addition to the paddock to the rear of the property, there is a further 2.46 acres of paddock and 2.89 acres of woodland available for purchase by separate negotiation, this is located approximately 3 miles from the property and also holds fishing rights along the River Tavy.

Private water, drainage and mains electricity are connected to the property. There is oil-fired central heating to radiators throughout the house. Electric radiators are in the annexe. Please note the Agents have neither inspected nor tested these services.

Strictly by prior appointment with the vendors' appointed agents, Stags.

Leave Tavistock via the A386, heading north towards Mary Tavy, Okehampton and the A30. After leaving the town, pass Pits Cleave industrial estate and over the bridge shortly after, then turn right as clearly signposted for Peter Tavy. Continue on this road and after approximately 1/2 mile turn right at Langsford Farm, then take the next left. The property will be found in front of you as you approach the triangular junction.

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