3 bedroom detached house for saleStokenham, Devon, TQ7
Guide Price £560,000
- With about 22 acres.
- View to the sea from the garden
- Beautifully refurbished accommodation
- Ample parking and garaging space
- Easy reach of beaches and South West coastal path
- Local farm shop and pub nearby
- Available with less land if required.
A Grade II Listed detached cottage with superbly presented accommodation, Attractive gardens and 22 acres of adjoining land. With around 22 acres, or less if required. View to the sea from the garden. Beautifully refurbished accommodation. Ample parking and garaging space. Easy reach of beaches and South West coastal path. Local farm shop and pub nearby.
Situation And Description - Stokenham is an historic and quite delightful village with its own well-respected primary school and two village pubs. It is half a mile or so from Chillington which also has a thriving local community and more facilities than many similar villages in the area which include an excellent village Inn, post office/general stores, and centrally located health centre.
Torcross, famous for its beach and the Slapton Ley Nature Reserve is just over a mile away whilst the market town of Kingsbridge lies some 6 miles or so to the West. The historic Naval town of Dartmouth is some 9 miles and a 20 minute drive in the opposite direction.
Originally a turnpike toll house, the property dates from the early C19th. In more recent years, it has been beautifully refurbished throughout and now provides light and beautifully presented accommodation of character with particular features being the well-fitted kitchen and the characterful triple aspect sitting room.
It is located within just a short mile to the sea and also includes some 22 acres of surrounding pasture land, which surrounds the property.
Please Refer To The Attached Floor Plan And The Accommodation Comprises: - The SITTING ROOM is a charming triple aspect room with a feature stone fireplace fitted with wood burning stove and a display alcove to the side. It has an Oak floor and a door to the front porch. A door leads to the INNER HALL and from here, further doors lead to the inner lobby and ground floor bedroom whilst a feature archway leads to the:
The KITCHEN/DINING ROOM which is superbly fitted with a range of units which include a sink and drainer set in wood-effect, rounded-edged worksurfaces with storage cupboards and drawers under, integrated electric oven and hob with extractor hood and light above. Integrated dishwasher and washing machine. Space for fridge freezer. It has a part vaulted ceiling and ceramic tiled floor.
The GROUND FLOOR BEDROOM has an Oak floor and a window to the side with a window seat.
From the INNER HALL, a staircase rises to the first floor and a door leads through to the:
UTILITY ROOM which has some floor-based cupboards and wood-effect worksurfaces. Oil-fired boiler (hot water and central heating). Under stairs cupboard and matching ceramic tiled floor.
On the FIRST FLOOR, the LANDING has windows to the side aspect, one with window seat having views over open farmland.
BEDROOM 1 is a dual aspect room - one window having a window seat part-exposed roof trusses and a built in wardrobe.
BEDROOM 2 also has a built in wardrobe and part-exposed roof trusses. It also has an access to the roof space and a FULLY-TILED EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM with a double-sized corner shower cubicle fitted with thermostatically controlled shower, hand wash basin with cupboard below and WC.. Oak floor. Extractor fan. Electrically heated towel rail/radiator.
The FAMILY BATHROOM is part-tiled and has a suite in white comprising bath with shower attachment, pedestal hand wash hand basin and WC.. It also has Oak flooring, a heated towel rail/radiator and access to the roof space.
Outside - Vehicular access to the property is via a macadammed drive with ample hard-standing room for several cars and access to the;
DETACHED GARAGE: with electric up and over door, electric, power and light.
A stone pathway leads past an ornamental pond fitted with safety grill, beautifully planted shrub and flower borders. The path continues to a patio seating area adjacent to the cottage. Stone built outbuilding.
The remainder of the garden is laid to lawn and borders onto open farmland. Patio seating area at the top of the garden. Fruit garden. Gate leading through to a further area of garden which enjoys views to Slapton Ley and out to sea.
THE LAND immediately adjoins the property, is divided into 3 fields and extends to approximately 22 acres.
Services - Mains electricity and water, Mains and private drainage connected. Oil-fired central heating.
Council Tax - The property is currently business rated.
Local Authority - South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes, Devon TQ9 5NE. Tel: 01803 861234.
Postcode - TQ7 2SE
Tenure - Freehold
Viewing Arrangements - At the request of the owners, by appointment please through the sole agents Stags (Kingsbridge office) 01548 853131
Directions - From Kingsbridge, take the A379 through the villages of West and East Charleton, Frogmore, Chillington and continue to Stokenham. In Stokenham (Carehouse Cross roundabout) stay on the A379 in the direction of Torcross and Dartmouth and Turnpike Cottage will be found after around half a mile on the right hand side.
These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.
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