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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Milton Combe, Yelverton, Devon, PL20


Property Description

Key features

  • Generous Gardens
  • Good level parking
  • Neighbouring National Trust land
  • Possibility to extend (Subject to planning)
  • Garage
  • South Facing Garden
  • Separate dining room
  • Mainly carpeted
  • In Village
  • Country

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A charming residence situated in the conservation area of Milton Combe, a quiet picturesque village within the Tamar Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty, and on the edge of Dartmoor National Park.

The property has been well maintained by the current vendor and offers a spacious oak fitted kitchen with breakfast bar, dining room, lounge with a wood burner and solid oak mantle, large patio doors open onto a south facing patio with views across the garden and the valley beyond. Shower room, 3 bedrooms and a cellar.

Outside, the property enjoys beautiful well stocked and cared for gardens with a variety of mature shrubs and plants, the largest main garden extends southwards and includes, 3 patios, shed, a pond and greenhouse. The property benefits from a garage and off road parking for multiple vehicles plus a carport with inspection pit. The property lends itself to extension if so required. Viewing is highly recommended.

Milton Combe is a small picturesque village approximately 2 miles from Yelverton just outside the western boundary of the Dartmoor National Park. The village has a 16th Century public house, a church and a village hall with children's play area outside. The ancient market town of Tavistock, some 6 miles distant and the historic seaport of Plymouth, approximately 9 miles away, collectively offer extensive educational, recreational, cultural and shopping facilities. Nearby is the Buckland Abbey Estate (National Trust) former home of Sir Francis Drake.



Cellar (10'9" x 8'):
Steps down to cellar, site of oil fired Worcester-Bosch boiler and utility area, electric points, lighting, reduced head height.


Steps up to an open double glazed porch, window allows southerly views across the gardens. Front door into:

Kitchen / Breakfast Room (11'9" x 10'9"):
Double glazed windows to front and side, double glazed door overlooking garden, range of chestnut base and wall units with roll top work surfaces edged in chestnut, tiled splash-backs. One and a half bowl sink drainer with mixer tap, inbuilt electric oven and ceramic hob, extractor hood over, inbuilt dishwasher, breakfast bar with chestnut and glass display units over, radiator, coving, ceiling and spot lights, french door to:

Dining Room (16' x 8'8"):
Two double glazed windows, two radiators, large larder / storage cupboard, coving, ceiling and wall lights, double french doors opening int facing patio.

Hallway (4'2" x 3'):
Double glazed window overlooking garden, stairwell and door to:

Lounge (15' x 12'10"):
Large double glazed patio doors make the most of this stunning view of the gardens, opening onto the south facing patio. Radiator, coving, door to:

Shower Room (9' x 6'):
Two double glazed (obscured glass) windows, radiator, white vanity unit / wash hand basin, wc, large walk-in shower, inset spotlights.


Door access to loft over kitchen and further ceiling hatch access to main large loft. Three doors leading to:

Bedroom 1 (13' x 11'2") plus additional inset built-in wardrobe 4'3" x 3'2"):
Double glazed window overlooking garden and valley beyond, radiator, coving, built-in wardrobe.

Bedroom 2 (10' x 8'):
Double glazed window, radiator, coving.

Bedroom 3 (7'10" x 6'9"):

All measurements quoted in this listing are approximate and are intended as a guide.


Gardens: Situated on a large plot the property benefits from good size south facing gardens. The main garden is mainly laid to lawn with a natural pond nearing the far. There is a formal patio area in the main garden plus a further smaller crazy-paving patio, greenhouse and garden shed. There is a further patio leading from the lounge and steps down to a smaller garden enclosed by hedging and a rustic post and rail fence, there is a handy outside tap, this garden also accommodates the oil tank which is discreetly located in the corner. All gardens have a variety of flower beds, mature plants and shrubs and have been maintained to an exceptional standard.

Garage (17'8" x 10'2"):
A larger than average garage with useful storage space in loft, side hung wooden doors, power connected, window to rear.

Undercover parking, including an inspection pit.

There is also additional parking outside of the house and also outside of the carport for multiple vehicles.

All measurements quoted in this listing are approximate and are intended as a guide.

Mains water, drainage and electricity.

Council Tax: Band C West Devon.

From Yelverton follow signs to Milton Combe / Buckland Abbey. On passing the entrance to Buckland Abbey take the next turn left turning down the hill into the village of Milton Combe. Continue down through the village (do not turn left at the pub) passing the church and village hall on the left hand side. Leys Villas can be found on the left approx 100 yards past the village hall. No 1 is the first house as you enter Leys Villas.

Other features:

Off road parking
Lots of storage space
Close to transport links
Wood burner
Downstairs WC
Mains drainage
Oil central heating
Wooden double glazed windows
Downstairs shower
Sunny garden
Vegetable patch
South facing garden

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
11 June 2016

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