Haytor Vale is an idyllic hamlet minutes from the open moor and perfectly placed at the base of Haytor Rocks. The surrounding countryside and moors provide some of the most scenic landscapes Dartmoor has to offer, yet the property is extremely accessible, being less than a fifteen-minute drive from the A38 Expressway and M5 beyond whilst mainline train access to London Paddington can be found from Newton Abbot. Bovey Tracey, known as 'the gateway to the moor', offers a wide range of everyday facilities, including library, health centre, garages, shops, galleries, inns and restaurants. Bovey Tracey has a primary school, and the independent day and boarding school, Stover School, is about 4 miles away.DESCRIPTION
Originally constructed in 1934 for the Haytor Vale Women's Institute the property had been in constant use since that time until 2015 when it was purchased by the current owners and transformed into its current use as a successful holiday let. The property is situated at the base of Haytor Rocks on the south eastern slopes of Dartmoor and is well placed to enjoy the excellent walking and riding opportunities with good access to open moorland and some of the best outdoor recreational pursuits on offer to the area. A combination of this superb location and well-presented accommodation has contributed to the property being operated as a successful holiday. The property offers spacious and light accommodation throughout but retains its original characterful appearance. The property offers a large, open sitting/dining room, kitchen, utility room, two double bedrooms and two shower rooms. Outside there is parking for two vehicles and a pretty moorland garden.ACCOMMODATION
Double doors open to a spacious entrance hallway which has the original 'Haytor Vale Women's Institute' plaque overhead. There is plenty of space for shoes and coats as well as access to a useful utility area which houses the hot water cylinder and has space and plumbing for washing/drying machine. Also accessed from the entrance hall is a shower room with WC, wash hand basin, wall fan heater, and heated towel rail. This area provides a practical entrance to the property when returning from outdoor pursuits. Glazed double doors open to the spacious sitting/dining room with vaulted ceiling and pine flooring. This room is bathed in natural light due to the dual aspect windows and doors on either side leading to the rear garden. The kitchen overlooks the front of the property and features a range of floor and wall mounted white gloss units whilst there is space for an electric oven, dishwasher and fridge/freezer.
To the rear of the property are two double bedrooms which both have dual aspect windows, built in mirrored wardrobes and exposed timber flooring. The bedrooms are served by a Jack-and-Jill ensuite shower room which can be accessed from either bedroom and features a WC, wash hand basin, heated fan and heated towel rail.OUTSIDE
To the front of the property there is room to park up to two vehicles and area of lawn bordered by mature shrubs. A paved pathway and short set of steps leads to a porch and the front door. The rear garden can be accessed either side of the property with disabled access into the sitting/dining room available on one side. To the rear is a delightful moorland garden which is mostly laid to lawn and is interspersed with mature shrubs providing a wealth of colour. There is also a sizeable shed with power and light as well as an outside tap and sink.SERVICES
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Electric radiators throughout.AGENTS NOTES
This property has been approved by the local planning authority for use as a holiday home with occupation by one party for no more than 28 days in one year. The new owner could apply to the local council for this restriction to be lifted to allow full residential use, however this would be subject to planning approval.LOCAL AUTHORITY
Teignbridge District Council, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 4XX. Tel: 01626 361101. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dartmoor National Park Authority, Parke, Bovey Tracey, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ13 9JQ. Tel: 01626 832093 Email:email@example.comVIEWING
Strictly by prior appointment with Stags on 01803 865454.DIRECTIONS
Leave the A38 Devon Expressway at Drumbridges and follow the signs for Bovey Tracey (A382). At the next roundabout stay on the A382. At the next roundabout take the B3387 signposted to Haytor. Pass the Edgemoor Hotel on your right and stay on this road until you reach the beginning of the moor. Turn left signposted to Ilsington and Haytor Vale (just before the Moorland Hotel) and then immediately left, signposted Haytor Vale. Drive down the lane past the houses and the Rock Inn on your left, the road bends round to the right and shortly after the property will be located on your right hand side.