5 bedroom detached house for saleTrusham, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ13
Sold STC £695,000
- 3 Reception rooms
- 5 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- S/c 3-bed annexe
- Secluded location
- 2.75 Acres
- No onward chain
Full descriptionA handsome and substantial (over 4,400sq ft) former Victorian rectory for refreshment with annexe. 3 reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. S/c 3-bed annexe. Secluded location. No onward chain. EPC Band F.
Situation - Trusham Heights sits in a secluded spot in the Teign Valley village of Trusham, which is tucked away on the eastern slopes of the Haldon Hills. Trusham has a popular village pub/restaurant, ancient church (listed in the Domesday Book) and playground. The larger village of Christow (5 miles) has a doctor's surgery, post office/village store, pub, primary school (Ofsted - good), parish church and community centre. From Trusham there is convenient access to the A38 which provides excellent communications with the rest of Devon. The property is situated approximately a mile from the boundary of the Dartmoor National Park which is renowned for its spectacular scenery and its many thousands of acres of unspoilt moorland countryside in which to enjoy a range of outdoor pursuits including walking, riding, cycling and fishing. There is golf at the Teign Valley Golf Club nearby. There are also excellent walks in the nearby woods of Haldon Hill, where there is also Exeter Racecourse. The property is within easy reach of the beautiful South Devon coast with its beaches and estuaries.
Description - Trusham Heights is a substantial former mid-Victorian Rectory offering spacious 5 bedroom accommodation with a substantial annexe adjoining which could either be incorporated into the main house as additional accommodation, or could form a further 3 bedroom dwelling either as separate accommodation for an extended family or dependent relatives, or for letting including holiday lettings or home office accommodation, subject to the necessary consents. Overall the accommodation amounts to over 4,400sq ft.
Accommodation - The entrance porch has attractive stained glass leaded light panels and door to the entrance hall. The drawing room has two large bay windows, timber fireplace with inset wood burner and parquet flooring. The formal dining room has a marble fireplace, parquet flooring and picture rails. From here is access to a wine cellar. The kitchen has an oil-fired Aga with a number of fitted eye and base level units with space for several appliances. Of further note on the ground floor is the study/snug with fireplace, parquet flooring and picture rails. There is also a rear lobby with gardener's loo and large larder together with utility room. On the first floor are five bedrooms one with en suite shower room together with family bathroom.
The main part of the house does require modernisation.
Annexe - The annexe is accessed from the front garden or an interconnecting door from the main house. This has been unoccupied for over forty years and requires refurbishment throughout. There is also access along the lane to a parking area via a gate.
As is evident from the floor plan, the annexe has its own hallway with reception room, former kitchen, pantry and store on the ground floor. On the first floor are two bedrooms and a further former kitchen as well as a former bathroom. There are two further rooms in the attic together with a cellar.
The Grounds - The property is approached from the lane via a sweeping driveway which is tree and shrub lined leading to a large parking and turning area to the rear of the property. There is a garage (6.50m x 3.80m) at the top of the driveway. To the side of the property is a raised paved terrace running the length of the house with lovely views over the gardens. The gardens are laid mainly to lawn with a wide range of mature shrubs and trees. There is a small store to the side of the annexe with access to the gently sloping paddock which runs up to the top with excellent views. Further views could be restored with some tree felling. Behind the house is an area of woodland together with a fruit and vegetable garden plus greenhouse. Overall the property amounts to 2.75 acres.
Agent's Note - A public footpath runs along the driveway off Church Lane. This continues for a short distance and then veers to the left of the property's boundary and does not extend past the inner gates.
Services - Mains water. Mains electricity. Private drainage. Oil-fired central heating. High speed BT fibre broadband is available.
Directions - From Exeter proceed on the A38 and exit at the second Chudleigh sign. At the top of the slip road turn right, back over the A38, and then immediately right onto the B3193 Teign Valley Road. Proceed for approximately two miles and turn right signposted Trusham. Proceed up into the village and bear right into Church Lane. The drive for Trusham Heights can be found on the left hand side at the end of this road.
These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.
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