OIEO £525,000 - Under Offer


  • STUNNING PERIOD RESIDENCE
  • SUPERB KITCHEN BREAKFAST ROOM
  • VAULTED LIVING ROOM
  • PARKING & TRIPLE GARAGE
  • PRIVATE GARDENS
  • FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS
  • LOUNGE DINING ROOM
  • BATH AND SHOWER ROOM
  • STABLES AND PADDOCK
  • STUNNING COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS

Presented in immaculate condition throughout, this really is a very rare opportunity to purchase a stunning property which offers a delightful blend of period features and modern living accommodation. It really is a 'must see' home! With the original barn believed to date back over 200 years, this historic property is understood to have had links to Arthur Conan Doyle, the author of Sherlock Holmes and The Hound of the Baskervilles, who stayed in Park Hill House. The property boasts generous proportions with a flexible, interesting layout and could suit a 'two family' home, or purely as a wonderful family residence, offering excellent accommodation inside and out, along with easy access to Newton Abbot, Totnes and beyond.
On the ground floor there is a modern bespoke kitchen dining room with granite worktop and space for a dining table. Linked to the kitchen there is also a sun room which the family uses as the main access in and out of the property and also a utility area. There are two double bedrooms on the ground floor along with a superb shower room and a second living room with dining area. Two staircases rise to the second floor (via the inner hall and the living room). Occupying the majority of the first floor, is the simply stunning vaulted living room with exposed A' frames and painted stone walls combined with a contemporary wood burner and picture 'floor to ceiling' double glazed window overlooking the gardens, paddock, neighbouring countryside and out to Dartmoor in the distance, believed to be the inspiration of The Hound of the Baskervilles, at Buckfastleigh.This level also boasts a master bedroom, a second double bedroom used as a dressing room, and a contemporary bathroom with roll edge, claw foot bath, effectively creating a 'master suite'.

Externally, the property does not fail to disappoint! The front garden is laid to level low maintenance gravel. A side gate from the lane links to the rear via an enclosed kennel area and to the rear garden with a private lawn, substantial entertaining deck, ideal for alfresco dining, and leading to a detached triple garage, with remote door, power and lighting and photo voltaic panels and the parking area for four cars off a private drive with a five bar gate. Subject to the necessary planning permissions, the garage could be converted to provide auxiliary accommodation for a relative, or used as a home office. From the driveway, steps rise to a block of stables with vehicle access from a separate gate and in turn open out onto the paddock to the rear via a five bar gate, understood to be just under an acre, an ideal pony paddock, horse enclosure, hobby farm or a small holding and ideal for those looking for a 'slice of the good life'. There is also a run down block built outbuilding, ideal as a chicken shed and from the top of the paddock you can enjoy stunning, far reaching views out over the surrounding countryside.

The village of Ipplepen has a good selection of local amenities to include a shop, news agents and post office, pub, church, doctors surgery and primary school. There is also a popular village hall and play park. The market town of Newton Abbot is a short distance away and in the other direction, the Elizabethan town of Totnes is found (both accessible via bus and with mainline train stations providing access to the capital). Dartmoor National Park and the beautiful south Devon coastline are nearby and for dog walkers, Orley Common is located a short distance away with nearby bridle paths.



Approach
Gravelled front garden with flag stone path leading to the formal front door with canopy porch and outside light. Door to

Porch
Coat hanging and shoe storage space and contemporary timber and glass door opening to

Lounge Dining Room - 17'2" (5.23m) Max x 14'2" (4.32m) Into Recess
Maximum measurements used as unusual shape. Double glazed window to the rear aspect and two double glazed windows to the front aspect. Feature painted stone wall and stairs rising to the living room with nautical style chrome and wood balustrade. Contemporary wall mounted electric fire and space for dining table. Opening to the hallway.

Hallway
Door to utility, opening to the inner hall and door to

Shower Room
Recess spotlights and extractor fan, obscure double glazed window to the front. Modern suite comprising of a low level flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap and a contemporary walk-in double shower cubicle with tiled surround and electric shower over. Tiled floor, heated towel rail and contemporary upright radiator.

Inner Hall
Stairs rising to the first floor with cupboard below. Double glazed window to the front aspect, radiator and opening to kitchen breakfast room and doors to

Bedroom Two - 11'11" (3.63m) x 10'9" (3.28m) Max
Double glazed window to the rear aspect and radiator.

Bedroom Three - 10'1" (3.07m) x 9'4" (2.84m)
Double glazed window to the front aspect and radiator.

From Hallway, opening to

Utility Room
Space for coat hanging, boots and shoes. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer above. Base unit with roll edge worktop and sink unit. Opening and step up to

Kitchen Breakfast Room - 19'7" (5.97m) Max x 11'11" (3.63m) Max
A stunning room, located at the rear of the property with double glazed windows to the rear and side aspect along with a single door and double doors opening into the conservatory. The kitchen comprises of a range of matching cream gloss base and eye level units with granite worktops and matching upstands. A breakfast bar with inset induction hob and glass and stainless steel canopy above. Under slung sink unit and mixer tap above. Built in eye level double oven, grill and microwave and integrated dishwasher. Space for American style fridge freezer and under counter lighting. Space for table and chairs, television point and radiator.

Sun Room - 12'5" (3.78m) x 6'2" (1.88m)
Off the kitchen and at the rear of the property there is a useful sun room which the family uses as the main access in and out of the property.

From stairs from the inner hall to the

Landing
Hatch to loft space and doors to the master bedroom, bathroom and the living room, via bedroom four.

Living Room - 37'8" (11.48m) Max x 13'10" (4.22m)
Maximum measurements used as unusual shape. A real `wow factor` room with vaulted ceiling and exposed A` frames and white painted stone walls. Four velux windows to the rear. Double glazed window to the side aspect over looking the neighbouring farmland and low level double glazed window to the front aspect. Stunning double glazed picture window to the rear aspect (formally a Juliet balcony) with far reaching views across Ipplepen, the surrounding countryside and out to Dartmoor in the distance. Contemporary Stovax wood burning stove with wood storage below and granite plinth. Television aerial point and stairs down to the lounge. At one end of the room there is an office and reading area.

From landing, doors to

Master Bedroom - 11'11" (3.63m) x 10'1" (3.07m)
Double glazed window to the rear aspect, radiator and television aerial point.

Bedroom Four - 10'7" (3.23m) x 9'4" (2.84m) Into Recess
Double glazed window to the front aspect and radiator. This room is currently used as a dressing room with door to the living room

Bathroom
A stunning, modern bathroom suite with recessed `night sky LED` lights, extractor fan and low level obscure double glazed window to the front. Low level flush WC, vanity `pebble` washbasin with mixer tap and vanity mirror above, and storage below. Roll edge, claw foot bath with free standing centre mixer taps. Tiled floor, part panelled wall and a duo of heated towel radiators.

Outside
Externally, the property does not fail to disappoint! The front garden is laid to level low maintenance gravel with stone walling and mature hedge. A side gate from the lane links to the rear via an enclosed kennel area and to the rear garden.

The rear garden comprises of a private lawn, a substantial entertaining deck, ideal for alfresco dining, and leading to a detached tripe garage, with remote door, power and lighting and photo voltaic panels. Subject to the necessary planning permissions, the garage could be converted to provide auxiliary accommodation for a relative, or used as a home office. Pillared gates open into a parking area for four cars, from the private drive with a five bar gate. Calor gas storage tank.

From the driveway, steps rise to a block of stables, with vehicular access from a separate gate and in turn open out onto the paddock of just under an acre, to the rear via a five bar gate, Area of fenced hard standing with water tap. An ideal pony paddock, horse enclosure, hobby farm or a small holding and ideal for those looking for a `slice of the good life`. There is also a run down block built outbuilding, previously used as a chicken shed and from the top of the paddock you can enjoy stunning, far reaching views out over the surrounding countryside.

Video Tour
The video tour will appear on our YouTube channel and also on FaceBook from 2pm on Wednesday 24th June. It will then be available on our website and the relevant property portals afterwards.

Please note, that this is a basic tour and for your information only.

No offers will be accepted on the property without a `physical` property inspection, arranged and undertaken under the relevant government guidelines due to Covid-19.

Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

Floor Plan
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