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Mount Tavy Road, Tavistock
Guide price £675,000 | 4 bedrooms | 0.38 acres

Property features

• Extended, Semi-detached Country Home
• 4 Double Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
• Master Suite with Annexe/Income Potential
• 3 Reception Rooms
• Individual Original Features
• Beautifully Landscaped Gardens
• Fruit Trees, Pond and Raised Beds
• 0.38 Acres in All
• Edge-of-Town yet Close to Dartmoor
• Superbly Easy Access to Mount Kelly

The house is located in a wonderful and hugely convenient position on the edge of Tavistock, within extremely close proximity of both Mount Kelly Prep and Senior Schools, and within just one mile of the town centre. Whitchurch Down is only 1.5 miles away, whilst the full expanse of Dartmoor is directly accessible on foot from the house through the neighbouring lanes, just half a mile further.

Tavistock is a thriving market town in West Devon, rich in history and tradition dating back to the 10th century. Today, the town offers a superb range of shopping, recreational and educational facilities, whilst the largely 19th-century town centre is focused around the Pannier Market and Bedford Square, in which regular farmer's markets are held. Plymouth is 15 miles to the south and the city of Exeter lies 40 miles to the northeast, providing transport to London and the rest of the UK via its railway links and the M5.

This comfortable and characterful, extended period home provides spacious and extremely versatile accommodation complemented externally by some beautifully landscaped, mature gardens. An impressive, 3-storey Duke of Bedford cottage with several interesting, original features, the house offers a country lifestyle, with a superb sense of space and privacy, in conjunction with a huge degree of convenience. With the proportions and outside space to make it an ideal family home, the house would also suit those seeking an annexe or income opportunity, and there is plenty of scope to extend the property further if necessary. Finally, the house benefits from an attractive outlook at both the front and rear, and there is a large, gated off-road parking area.

The accommodation, which contains various period features and bespoke joinery throughout, is entered on the ground floor into a hallway with boot cupboard. Located here are interesting, original features, a "Washing Copper" and Bread Oven, giving a clear indication of the property's heritage. The ground floor comprises: a lounge with Essen multi-fuel stove; a dining room/study with a utility/pantry cupboard at the rear; a kitchen equipped with bespoke, shaker-style units and cupboards, with solid oak work surfaces over and a 6-ring LPG-fired range cooker, and; a very impressive family room extension, which, with its high ceilings, southern pine flooring, Stovax multi-fuel stove and two sets of patio doors leading to the garden, is certainly the hub of this home. On the first floor, above the family room, is a self-contained master bedroom suite with its own staircase. Comprising a dual-aspect bedroom, en-suite 4-piece bathroom and a dressing area
ursery, the master suite could serve as an annexe or possible letting opportunity (our client currently generates a good income via AirBnB - for further details please contact us). Also on the first and second floors are three further double bedrooms (one with en-suite) and the family bathroom. Each of the bedrooms benefits from an attractive outlook to the front or rear of the house.

The property's wonderful, southwest-facing gardens offer an idyllic lifestyle opportunity, having been thoughtfully landscaped and designed to provide various areas of interest, ideal for family enjoyment, the keen gardener or entertaining. To the front and side of the house are good size, well-kept lawns interspersed with specimen trees and bordered by colourful beds. In front of the house can be found a large feature pond and adjoining patio. Timber decking wraps around the front and side of the house and at the rear can be found several raised vegetable beds, two large apple trees and a timber storage shed with power connected. Finally, to the front of the property is a gated parking area, sufficient for several vehicles, and a further storage shed. In all, approx. 0.38 acres (see our location plan).

Mains electricity, private spring-fed water, private drainage (new sewage treatment plant), oil-fired central heating, LPG cooking. Please note that the agents have neither inspected nor tested these services.

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