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4 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

Pethybridge, Lustleigh, TQ13

Sold by Us £325,000

Property Description

Key features

  • End Of Terrace House
  • Beautiful Rural Location
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Lounge/Sitting Room
  • Conservatory
  • Double Glazed
  • Central Heating
  • Garage
  • Large Garden

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
Open to realistic offers this sizeable four bedroom house situated at the end of a very peaceful cul de sac with stunning views over the Countryside within the beautiful village of Lustleigh.

This superb family home comprises four double bedrooms, two bathrooms (master en-suite), lounge, kitchen/diner and conservatory - which has Planning Permission to be replaced and extended by brick and tile roof extension. The property has double glazing, oil fired central heating and far reaching views.

The present owners have decorated the walls in neutral colours and a new carpet runs throughout.

Rarely do you find a property of this floor area for this price in this sought after village. This property is offered without chain.

Situated in the Dartmoor National Park Lustleigh is home to a thriving village community with plenty of groups to join, public house 'The Cleave', a car repair garage, children's play group, tea room and busy village shop. The annual Lustleigh May Day celebrations are held in 'The Orchard', land donated to the village some years ago. The May Queen is crowned on her throne of granite each year.

Numerous walks and cycle rides from the property take you through Lustleigh Cleave or on to open moorland.

With fields to the side and rear this house will make someone looking to live the good life an ideal home.

Entrance Hall
From a gently sloping driveway via a half glazed and painted wooden door into the reception hallway. There is a double panel radiator with an independent thermostatic controller. Turned stairs up to first floor accommodation. Doors to:

Downstairs Cloakroom
Containing a close coupled W.C. and a corner wall mounted wash hand basin. A decommissioned window previously opened out into the conservatory area. Central heating control panel

Front aspect UPVC double glazed window with far reaching views over Lustleigh countryside. There is a feature fireplace with a wooden mantle with a cinder brick inlay, this fireplace is being used and has aback boiler. A cast iron grate sits on a slate hearth. There are four wall mounted up-lighters and a large double panel radiator with an independent thermostatic controller. A large understair storage cupboard is also located here offering a good storage solution.

Kitchen / Diner
Rear aspect UPVC double glazed window with a matching casement door beside it that opens out into the conservatory. There is a range of classic design kitchen units with rolled edge work surfaces. The polycarbonate sink unit is inset with a swan neck mixer tap over - all nicely centred under the window for good natural lighting. There is a fitted and fully operational vintage Rayburn with an oven and warmer for cooking and back boiler for hot water. There is also a fitted summer usage four ring electric hob with an extractor hood and an adjacent stacked double oven and grill at waist height. There is space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine and ample space for a freestanding fridge freezer. There is dining space here for a four to six seater dining suite.

Wooden double glazed construction on dwarf walling, this is quality family space and does require some refurbishment. The flooring is tiled in ceramics and there is a double panel radiator. There is Planning Permission in place until 2017 to allow for the to be replacement and extension of this already large room in brick and tile. Details can be found on the Dartmoor National Park site under Planning ref., 0209/14. Personal door to integral garage.

First Floor Landing
Front aspect UPVC double glazed window illuminating the stairway. There is a window seat offering fine views over the neighbouring countryside, with a cupboard underneath. There is access to the roof void, insulated and partially boarded with power and light. Doors to:

Master Bedroom
Front aspect UPVC double glazed window, a single panel radiator, with an independent thermostatic controller is centred below it. Power points at a bedside location.

Master En-suite
A spacious room with a rear aspect UPVC obscure double glazed window with a single panel radiator centred beneath it. There is a panelled bath with a mixer tap over, an adjacent wash hand basin recessed within a vanity unit, a close coupled W.C. and a matching bidet. In one corner is a fitted shower cubicle with an electric shower within.
The splash areas are tiled in complimentary coloured ceramics.

Bedroom Two
Rear aspect UPVC double glazed window, a single panel radiator with an independent thermostatic controller is centred beneath it. This window is not overlooked and offers very nice rearward views over farmland. Cupboard housing hot water cylinder.

Bedroom Three
Front aspect UPVC double glazed windows. Single panel radiator wth an independent thermostatic controller. This is a good size double room with the original chimney breast, thus there are two wardrobe recesses either side of it. Wonderful Countryside views.

Bedroom Four
Rear aspect UPVC double glazed window overlooking the garden and farmland. There is a single panel radiator with an independent thermostatic controller. There is a slight intrusion from a shrouded stairway but it's still a good size double room.

Rear aspect UPVC obscure double glazed window. There is a three piece white bathroom suite comprising of a panel bath with a mixer tap and a fitted electric shower over. The wash hand basin is recessed into a small vanity cupboard. The W.C. is close coupled with a single panel radiator with an independent thermostatic controller adjacent to it. The splash areas are tiled in white ceramic with coloured accents, and there's a fitted shaver light and point.


Mostly Tarmacadam with a secure five bar gate closure offering access to a single garage and parking several vehicles. There is a landscaped area to one side with a number of raised planters stocked with a variety of perennials within. The front garden is enclosed with a mixture of mature hedging and timber fencing.


A single, fully insulated with a roll up sectional door. It features both power and light and there's a wall mounted oil fired central heating boiler within, it also has both power and light connected.


A beautiful space that runs approximately 150-feet, narrowing very slightly at the far end. Slightly raised from the house level with eight shallow steps is the first lawned area with flower borders and tip toe paving taking you to a central floral display and on towards a second lawn, then into a vegetable area with a timber potting shed in situ. There are a variety of mature plantings, including blackcurrant and gooseberry bushes. The lower level, closest to the conservatory, offers a good degree of privacy and seclusion. This garden also adjoins a field on two sides, mostly used for grazing and offers a serene buffer to the outside world.

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02 May 2016


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