Rural Tavistock

4 beds | 2 baths | 3 receptions | £575,000

  • Extended and Spacious Detached Cottage
  • Versatile Accommodation with Period Features
  • Fabulous Uninterrupted Countryside and Moorland Views
  • Generous Plot of Approx ¼ Of Acre
  • Peacefully Situated Backing onto Fields
  • Rural End of No Through Road Location
  • Four Double Bedrooms and Two Bathrooms
  • 15' Dual Aspect Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Three Receptions All with Multi Fuel Burning Stoves
  • South Facing Gardens with Stunning Views

An EXTENDED and SPACIOUS FOUR DOUBLE bedroom DETACHED cottage with THREE RECEPTIONS set on a GENEROUS plot of ¼ of acre and enjoying fabulous UNINTERRUPTED views. BEAUTIFULLY situated BORDERING FIELDS in a QUIET rural end of NO THROUGH LANE location just 2.5 miles from the market town of Tavistock.

An extended and spacious four double bedroom, two bathroom detached cottage with three reception rooms set on a generous plot of approx. ¼ of acre enjoying fabulous uninterrupted countryside and moorland views. The property is beautifully situated bordering fields in a peaceful rural end of no through lane location just 2.5 miles from the market town of Tavistock and all its amenities. This charming family home is well presented throughout with versatile accommodation set over two floors whilst retaining some lovely period and interesting features including multi fuel burning stoves in all three reception rooms. Superbly positioned to maximise the far-reaching views the cottage benefits from good sized mature gardens with two outbuildings and driveway parking for multiple vehicles. Early viewing highly recommended.

You enter the cottage via an open fronted porch with pitched tiled roof. The kitchen/breakfast room is dual aspect and enjoys uninterrupted views over neighbouring farmland. The kitchen is fitted with matching wooden fronted wall and base cabinets with breakfast bar and space for cooker and white goods. Alongside the kitchen is a useful utility room with views to the rear, wall mounted ‘Worcester' gas boiler and worksurfaces with space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and tumble dryer beneath. The generous dining room has a feature open fireplace with wooden mantel and large cast iron multi-fuel burning stove set on a stone hearth. A balustrade staircase rises to the first floor, with built-in under stairs storage cupboard, and an open aspect over the front garden. The living room also enjoys the aspect to the front and has a feature open fireplace with wooden mantel and surround housing a cast iron multi-fuel burning stove set on a stone hearth. The light and airy sitting room is triple aspect and enjoys stunning, uninterrupted, far-reaching views over the bordering countryside and moorland beyond. This lovely room also has a feature open fireplace with cast iron multi fuel burning stove. A side porch with tiled flooring has a PVCu double glazed sliding patio door opening to the gardens and parking with a door leading into the hall. The ground floor accommodation is concluded with the good-sized shower room fitted with a modern white suite, ideal for those looking to utilise one of the receptions as a ground floor bedroom.
Upstairs there is a long landing with twin windows to the rear enjoying the lovely views and a built-in airing cupboard. There are four double bedrooms all of which enjoy panoramic countryside and moorland views. The good-sized master bedroom retains an original cast iron fireplace, and the accommodation is completed with the fully tiled family bathroom again fitted with a modern white suite including a ‘P' shaped panelled bath.

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 shown in the floorplan.

The property sits on a generous plot of approximately ¼ of an acre bordering field with mature gardens enjoying the outstanding views over the countryside towards Dartmoor. A wooden five-bar vehicular gate opens to a good-sized driveway providing off road parking for multiple vehicles. The front garden is enclosed by attractive natural stone walling and mainly laid to lawn. The garden continues to the side of the property which is south facing and well designed to maximise the view. The garden is laid to a large expanse of lawn and enclosed by hedging and a natural Devon bank.
To one side of the cottage is a stone built outbuilding measuring approximately 12'2 x 11'0 currently used as a wood store but used in the past as a stable. Alongside this outbuilding is a useful garden store measuring approximately 12' x 9'.

Mains electricity. Private water and drainage. LPG central heating with bulk tank.

We understand this property is in band 'D' for Council Tax purposes.

Proceed out of town on the A386 towards Mary Tavy and Okehampton. In approximately 1 mile turn left opposite a white cottage on the right-hand side and continue up the hill. As the hill levels turn right at a large cream building and proceed along the country lane for approximately ¾ of a mile and then take the right hand fork which will lead to the cottage entrance.

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