Located in Dartmoor National Park, ideal for those that enjoy outdoor pursuits, is this detached home with versatile and spacious living accommodation, attractive front gardens, garage and driveway parking. Yards from the moors and on the site of a former tea rooms. NO ONWARD CHAIN.
SITUATION AND DESCRIPTION
A detached home, offered with no onward chain, located within Dartmoor National Park and within moments of the open moorland which neighbours this small village, ideal for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits. We understand the property was built in the 1980's and is on the site of a former tearoom called ‘Pigeon Post' hence the name.
The property offers a good degree of seclusion and is nicely hidden away behind a high hedge and gated driveway. The property requires updating in areas but does offer LPG gas central heating from a new boiler (no mains gas in the village), PVCu double glazing and further insulation measures creating a comfy home.
The bungalow is approached by a double gate onto the driveway which could park several vehicles leading to the entrance and garage. The driveway is flanked by a front garden which has several attractive shrubs, trees and flowers, creating a private haven. There are stone chipping areas for ease and places to relax with a sunny patio next to the conservatory with a awning and a greenhouse. The rear of the property is a pathway with a flower bed and a stone wall boundary. The property is entered via a recently fitted wooden ramp to the entrance door, which could be removed if required. Internally the property comprises of a porch, sizeable reception hall, which has been used for dining on occasions, living room with large dual aspect windows allowing plenty of light, snug which has been used as a bedroom on occasions, conservatory, kitchen with a utility area. There is also a shower room off the reception hall and a principal bedroom with connected store/wardrobes and ensuite bathroom plus a second double bedroom. There are good storage areas, and the loft is boarded with light and pull-down ladder.
Dousland is a village on the western edge of Dartmoor National Park and offers a recently renovated pub called The Burrator Inn. Amenities in Yelverton are a few minutes by car or around 30 minutes' walk. The village is also near a village called Meavy with a sought-after primary school and historic pub called the Royal Oak. The area is considered incredibly desirable especially for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits.
Reference made to any fixture, fittings, appliances, or any of the building services does not imply that they are in working order or have been tested by us. Purchasers should establish the suitability and working condition of these items and services themselves.
The accommodation, together with approximate room sizes, is as follows:
6'9" x 7'5" (2.06m x 2.26m)
15' x 17'3" (4.57m x 5.26m)
16'2" x 8' (4.93m x 2.44m)
10'8" x 13'6" (3.25m x 4.11m)
9' x 13' (2.74m x 3.96m)
10'9" x 10'6" (3.28m x 3.2m)
4'10" x 5' (1.47m x 1.52m)
10'6" x 17'4" (3.2m x 5.28m)
8'3" x 10'6" (2.51m x 3.2m)
7'11" x 3.21 (2.41m x 3.21)
8'10" x 10'6" (2.7m x 3.2m)
10'9" x 19'4" (3.28m x 5.9m)
Mains electricity, mains water, mains drainage, LPG Gas central heating. No mains gas in the village.
We understand this property is in band 'E' for Council Tax purposes.
By appointment with MANSBRIDGE BALMENT Yelverton on 01822 855055.
From our Yelverton office proceed to Dousland on the B3212. After reaching the village turn right into Burrator Road just after the pub. Continue down the road and the property will be found on the left just after Iron Mine Lane.