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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Frogmore, Kingsbridge, Devon, TQ7

Sold STC £599,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Yards from the creek
  • Over 4300 sq ft
  • Master Bedroom Suite.
  • 3 Further Bedrooms
  • 45' Workshop
  • 3 Open Bay Garages
  • Ample additional Parking

Full description

A stone-built former malt house in the very centre of the village and just yards from the creek and slipway. Over 4300 sq. Master bedroom suite and 3 further bedrooms. 45' Workshop. 3 Open Bay Garages. Ample parking. EPC Band: E.

Situation - Frogmore is a small village with a lively community and its own Inn and well-renowned bakery with general store/post office lying at the head of a creek off the Salcombe estuary with a public slip in the middle of the village which allows direct access to the water, and makes Salcombe reachable in around 20 minutes. There are excellent countryside and creek-side walks whilst for those using a car or bus, the main road from Kingsbridge to Dartmouth runs through the village.. Kingsbridge - "the Capital of the South Hams" - is only a couple of miles away and offers an excellent range of shops, swimming pool, excellent primary and secondary schools, a health centre and cottage hospital.

Description - Located within the heart of the village, and just yards from the creek and slipway, this delightful stone-built former malt house is believed to have been built in the 1850s. The conversion to a spacious family home was imaginatively undertaken and it now affords spacious accommodation set over three storeys. It has an overall square footage in excess of 4,300 sq ft which also includes a 45ft workshop,

The Malt House offers a unique opportunity to purchase an iconic character property in the village with tremendous potential to further develop, subject to any necessary planning consents.

Please See The Attached Floorplan And The Accommodation Comprises:- - From the macadamed driveway and parking area, stone steps lead up to a paved terrace. An entrance door leads into the superb, vaulted and galleried ENTRANCE HALL with exposed stonework, feature beams and steps down to a ground floor family room. An open tread staircase leads up to the LIVING ROOM, a superb triple aspect living room with vaulted and beamed ceiling and views over the village. Glazed French doors open into a second sitting room/FAMILY ROOM, beyond which is the MASTER BEDROOM SUITE comprising a dressing room with built-in wardrobes and stylish, recently-refurbished EN-SUITE BATHROOM and generous triple aspect DOUBLE BEDROOM.

The FIRST FLOOR accommodation is equally substantial with a character beamed hallway opening into an informal office area before leading on to two DOUBLE GUEST BEDROOMS, FAMILY BATHROOM, and a character beamed dual aspect DINING ROOM, which offers the perfect entertaining area.

Beyond this is the family KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM which is well-fitted with an extensive range of painted units with work surfaces over and quality integrated appliances. There is also ample room for a family sized table and chairs. From here, a turned staircase leads down to the GROUND FLOOR accommodation, which offers considerable potential for possible annexe accommodation, and comprises a generous DOUBLE BEDROOM, second KITCHEN/UTILITY and SHOWER ROOM.

A most surprising feature of this property is a superb 45' WORKSHOP which runs the length of the property: accessed internally from the family room and from the outside via a side door in the garage, this would be ideal for anyone looking for a hobby area, man cave or extra storage.

Outside - The grounds are mainly lawned and level, stream-bordered gardens which are well planted with a selection of mature plants and shrubs, and offer a good deal of privacy. A paved pathway leads around the property, and to a substantial block and cedar greenhouse. A macadam driveway (owned by The Malt House and shared with three other properties) leads to a generous gated parking area for several vehicles, and to three open fronted GARAGES affording ample car and boat storage. Above this, and as a "Mediteranean-style" addition to the gardens, is a substantial paved terrace, ideal for pots, plants and al fresco dining, and leading to the Entrance door, and door to the Dining Room.

Services - All main services connected. Oil-fired central heating.

Council Tax - Council Tax Band G.

Local Authority - South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes, Devon TQ9 5NE. Tel: 01803 861234.

Tenure - Freehold.

Viewing - At the request of the vendors, strictly by appointment please through the sole agents Stags Kingsbridge office (01548) 853131.

Directions - From Kingsbridge, take the A379 towards Dartmouth. On entering Frogmore village, turn right over the bridge, and immediately left into Mill Lane. Follow this road round to the left, and The Malt House can be seen on your left hand side. The entrance to the driveway is a few yards beyond the property on the left.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.


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