Delightful four bedroom barn conversion with gardens, parking and paddock. This ideal equestrian property is situated in a quiet semi-rural location and yet only just over half a mile from the historic market town of Tavistock.
Tavistock is an ancient Stannary town on the south-west edge of Dartmoor National Park about 15 miles north of the maritime city of Plymouth. This fine and flourishing town is the largest in West Devon and boasts fine architecture of local stone and a wide range of well regarded local and national shops. There is also a popular pannier market, riverside park, leisure centre, theatre and hospital. Tavistock is very well placed to explore the beautiful surrounding countryside, the wild Dartmoor scenery and the many nearby pretty villages of Devon and East Cornwall.
The property itself offers a pleasant open plan kitchen/living/dining room with wood burning stove and vaulted ceilings. Stairs lead down to two bedrooms one of which has its own en-suite and on the first floor are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Access to the property is gained via the entrance door into the open plan sitting/dining room boasting a double height ceiling which provides a light and airy feel. This triple aspect room is generous in size and is centred around the multi fuel burner. The dining area has space for a family dining table perfect for family get togethers and entertaining guests. Leading from the sitting room is the kitchen with an extensive range of units. Steps rise from the sitting/dining room to the landing where two of the four double bedrooms are located. Furthermore a family bathroom with separate shower enclosure completes a very practical layout. From the landing steps give access to two further bedrooms with one having the benefit of en-suite facilities.
The garden which is located immediately in front of the barn is mostly level and enclosed by hedges. An area of lawn surrounds raised vegetable beds which have been very productive for our vendors. Nearby is a detached wooden greenhouse. Beyond here is a detached gazebo which would be perfect for a hot tub! Granite steps lead down to a small sunken garden which is very sheltered and private. Wooden gates open onto a gravel driveway suitable for numerous vehicles.
This property, along with neighbouring properties, has use of the tennis court which is close by to the barn.
On the opposite side of the lane is direct access to the approximately 2.5 acre paddock which is virtually level and ideal for horse/pony or other small livestock such as Alpaca's, chickens etc.
Mains electricity. Mains metered water. Private drainage. Lpg for range cooker. Electric radiators. Log burner.
By separate negotiation, is a large agricultural barn offering masses of storage. This barn has further potential for alternative uses subject to the necessary planning permission. To the rear of this building is a level plot of land circa 1/3 of an acre in total and has planning permission granted to build a further large storage shed with B1 and B8 use. There is an electric supply and a bore hole on this plot.
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