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Dousland, Devon
Guide price £575,000 | 3 bedrooms | 3.5 acres

Property features

• 3 Double Bedrooms
• 3 Reception Rooms
• Kitchen and Utility Room
• Bathroom
• Off-road Parking and Garages
• Wrap-around Gardens and Paddocks
• 3.5 acres
• No Onward Chain

A delightful detached bungalow situated in an enviable village location with direct access to the moor. 3 double bedrooms, 3 reception rooms, kitchen and utility room,
bathroom, off-road parking, wrap-around gardens, paddocks extending to approx 3.5 acres, no onward chain. EPC Band F
The property lies only a short distance from the village of Dousland with its popular public house, Post Office, Village Store, hairdresser and bus connection. The area is popular with walkers, cyclists, horse riders and outdoor enthusiasts alike due to its wealth of footpaths and bridleways, and virtually direct access onto the inspiring expanse of Dartmoor and Burrator Reservoir. The classic West Country town of Tavistock has a rich heritage that dates back well into the last millennium. Much of the modern day town centre was developed in the 19th century under the guidance of the 7th Duke of Bedford. Today, Tavistock is a thriving market town with an excellent range of shopping facilities and a full selection of local amenities, including pannier and farmers' market, independent shops, restaurants, galleries and supermarkets. There are exceptional educational facilities in both the state and private sector.
Nearby Yelverton includes a wide variety of local shops and a health centre. Excellent primary schools are available in Meavy and Walkhampton and in the nearby village of Buckland Monachorum.
There is a wide range of shopping and recreational facilities in Plymouth city centre, centred around the historic and fascinating waterfront. Plymouth has a cross channel ferry port and main line rail station (Plymouth / London Paddington 3 hours).

This well-presented, detached bungalow has been a cherished family home and recently been subject to considerable improvement by the current vendors to create a home of quality and comfort.

The accommodation is clearly identified on the floorplan overleaf and is accessed from the driveway to the vestibule which opens into the dining room with beamed ceilings and wooden flooring. The kitchen comprises a comprehensive range of wall and base units with rolled-edge work surfaces over, inset 11/2 -bowl stainless steel sink unit, space for LPG range-style cooker and space and plumbing for dishwasher. From the kitchen is a useful utility room with a cupboard housing the hot water cylinder, rolled-edge work surface with space and plumbing for a washing machine and fridge. The garden room offers a great addition to the living accommodation with double doors opening into the garden, tiled floor and views over the garden. The sitting room is accessed from the dining room and has a fireplace housing an electric wood-effect stove, wall lights and double doors opening onto the verandah, which is decked and offers views over the front garden and landscape beyond.
From the dining room there is an inner hallway with a useful storage cupboard. The family bathroom comprises a pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled WC and a panel enclosed bath with a shower attachment. There are three double bedrooms, with the master being dual-aspect and offering a range of built-in wardrobes and cupboards, and has the added benefit of doors opening to to the verandah.

The property is approached via the parish road and accessed via a private road owned by the property which leads to the private driveway offering off-road parking for several vehicles and access to two GARAGES. There is a further outhouse adjoining the garages housing the oil tank. Both garages have power and lighting, with one of them having the added benefit of an inspection pit. Adjoining one of the garages at the back is a further shed that is currently being used as a kennel. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn and is bordered by hedging and a mixture of herbaceous plants and shrubs. The rear garden is also mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by hedging and fencing. There is a useful green house and a couple of raised beds making it ideal for the green-fingered enthusiast.
The land is split into two paddocks which are bordered by a mixture of wire fencing and natural Devon hedging. Both fields would lend themselves to either the equestrian enthusiast or someone wanting a small holding.

Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil-fired central heating. Please note the agents have neither inspected nor tested these services.

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

From Tavistock, take the A386 to Yelverton. At the roundabout, take the first exit and continue along this road, signed for Dousland. At Dousland, continue past the Burrator Inn and proceed on the road towards Princetown for approximately 1/3rd of a mile, where an unmarked track on the right leads to the property.

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