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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Highweek Village, Highweek Village, Devon, TQ12

Guide Price £350,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Very well presented
  • Centrally located
  • Three/four bedrooms
  • Sitting/dining room
  • Contemporary kitchen
  • Lawn gardens

Full description

A detached Regency style property. Very well presented and centrally located. Three/four bedrooms, sitting/dining room, contemporary kitchen and lawn gardens. EPC Band B

Situation - Honeywell House occupies a prominent position on the lane leading to Highweeks ancient parish Church.
The village is on the rural fringe of the bustling South Devon market town of Newton Abbot, with its mainline station to London Paddington and comprehensive range of excellent shops, educational, medical and leisure opportunities.
Dartmoor National Park is on the doorstep, while South Devon's finest beaches at Dawlish, Teignmouth and Torbay are easily accessible. The cathedral city of Exeter is about 17 miles distant, with Exeter airport providing domestic and international flights, with quick access to the M5/M4 motoring network.

Description - Honeywell House is set within a select private close in what was formerly part of the curtilage of the imposing period property known as Mulberry House. The house has been substantially constructed of traditional materials in order to blend in perfectly with the surrounding Victorian and Georgian properties.
Attractive Regency features include ornate ironwork entrance gates and pillars, a beautiful porch over the veranda and timber sash windows with quartered panes, set in perfectly proportioned elevations.
This is a strikingly attractive property, combining the best of traditional building features with a luxurious internal specification and stylish modern kitchen and bathrooms.

Accommodation - (Please see floorplan). An imposing Regency style curved canopy supported by four iron columns adorned with ornate iron filigree brackets leads to traditional multi paned front door and spacious ceramic tiled lobby/hall within. Doors lead from the hall to the sitting/dining room and family room/bedroom 4.
The sitting room is triple aspect with two sets of double doors out into the garden. The dining room has views over the front garden and a lovely marble fireplace with fitted gas fire which keeps it cosy. There is a downstairs cloakroom with toilet and wash hand basin located in the main hallway.
The spacious eat-in and very well appointed contemporary kitchen has stylish floor and wall units, beech worktops and is fully fitted with fridge, freezer, dishwasher, gas hob, electric oven and butler sink. Wall to wall windows offer ample light and views over the rear garden. A separate utility room offers an additional sink unit, together with a fitted Siemens washing machine included in the sale.
The first floor landing has 3 generously sized double bedrooms and a linen cupboard. The master suite looks over the front garden, down towards the village and includes shower, wash hand basin and WC. A very smart, contemporary family bathroom with panelled bath and separate wet room style stand in shower cubicle. Pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and window to side aspect.

Outside - Pedestrian access to Honeywell House is via pretty wrought iron double gates sited centrally at the front of the house, leading, via sandstone flagstones, to the front door beneath its imposing Regency-style porch.
Honeywell House is built on the former kitchen garden of nearby Mulberry House which, until his death in 1981, was tended by Eric Honeywell for over 60 years and after whom the house is named.
Lawn gardens and shrub borders to the front and rear provide opportunities for the keen gardener, whilst a part canopied porch to the rear leads to a sheltered terrace from which to enjoy al fresco dining.

Services - Mains drainage, gas, electricity and gas central heating.

Local Authority - Teignbridge District Council, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ12 4XX
Tel: 01626 361101 Email:

Viewing - Strictly by prior appointment with Stags Totnes property office on 01803 865454

Directions - From our office in Totnes, take the A381 to Newton Abbot and into Totnes Road. Follow this around to the traffic lights, turn left and carry on around the supermarket car park. At the second set of lights, turn left and proceed up Highweek Road to the roundabout and turn left, then first right up Coombeshead Road towards Highweek. At the top of Pit Hill turn right past the Highweek Inn towards the Church. Honeywell House is the first house on the left.
From Exeter, take the A38 towards Plymouth. Pass the Chudleigh turning and take the exit known as Drum Bridges. Head towards Newton Abbot on the A382, passing Stover School. Take the next lane on right signposted for Highweek and proceed up the hill passing the Highweek Village Inn. Turn left at the top of the hill, and take the right fork towards the Church. Honeywell House is on the left.

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

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06 September 2017


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