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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Week, Tavistock

Sold STC £425,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Living Room
  • Kitchen, Dining Room & Utility Cupboard
  • Three Bedrooms, two sharing a Jack & Jill Bathroom
  • Shower Room
  • Courtyard & Patio for Entertaining
  • Landscaped Garden with Views
  • Use of Tennis Court & Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Parking & Double Garage

Full description

A stunning Grade II listed barn conversion located in a beautiful and peaceful location with glorious countryside views just a mile from the Dartmoor National Park. The characterful property boasts landscaped gardens. Set in a highly sought after complex of nine properties the Threshing Mill also benefits from the usage of a private tennis court, heated indoor swimming pool and spa pool and is offered for sale with no onward chain.

17' 6'' x 17' 0'' (5.33m x 5.18m)
Light stone floor to the open plan kitchen and dining room with plentiful light from the large window in the atrium. A small glazed door on one side of the room leads out to a viewing platform adjacent to the restored water wheel whilst on the opposite external wall a double glazed door leads out to the courtyard with a flight of stone steps up to the slate and granite covered patio and wooden sun deck. The kitchen features a range of wall and base units with wooden doors and granite worktops incorporating a Belfast sink, integrated cooker with extractor hood over, built in fridge and dishwasher. Exposed timbers and beams.

Light travertine floor and beams. Double doors to the:

Space for stacked washing machine and tumble dryer.

The property has a stone flagged sunken courtyard with stone steps leading up to the patio and sun-deck providing ideal entertaining space. Steps and a slate path provide access to the beautifully designed garden which has been landscaped with a large lawn, trees, shrubs and planted borders. The original stone walled sheep dip has been surfaced in slate and has an oak framed pergola. Double hardwood gates lead out to the parking area and on to the garage complex where the property owns a double garage with two up and over doors. A further set of double hardwood gates at the end of the garden open onto the access road.

Approached from the rear of Threshing Mill, over a gravelled path with slate stepping stones, is the pool complex, a detached building for the use of residents only. There is a full-sized heated swimming pool with a shallow and deep end and a spa pool inset into the tiled floor. The pool room has a seating area and a kitchenette and stairs lead to the lower ground floor where there is a shower room, two changing rooms, a cloakroom and the plant room.

On the northern edge of the development is a courtyard of stables with adjoining paddocks, available for purchase by separate negotiation, if required. There is also an outdoor manège with a sand and rubber surface. There is also opportunity to purchase surrounding pasture land.

Mains electricity and drainage. Mains metered water. Oil fired central heating.

Amenity charge: £193.00 per month.

7' 11'' x 7' 8'' (2.41m x 2.34m)
Shower cubicle, low level WC and pedestal wash basin. Heated towel rail, beams and spotlights with tiled floor. A feature of the shower room is the restored belt driver wheel that powered the Threshing machine set into a pit in the floor with a glazed balustrade.

A timber staircase leads from the entrance hall to the second floor with a cupboard on the right hand side housing the oil fired boiler and hot water cylinder with immersion heater.

8' 5'' x 7' 4'' (2.56m x 2.23m)
Jack and Jill en-suite also opening out onto another bedroom. Small barn style window, bath and bowl set on a vanity unit with low level WC, spotlights and extractor, light tiled floor, heated towel rail, beams to sloping ceiling.

17' 11'' x 8' 6'' (5.46m x 2.59m)
Two Velux windows and beams to sloping ceiling, spotlights and built-in wardrobes.

30' 5'' (9.26m) max (over the atrium) narrowing to x 22' 8'' (6.90m) (by the bannister) x 17' 3'' (5.25m)
A light and spacious main reception room with two double glazed windows to the side with slate sills providing an intriguing outlook onto the restored water wheel with a double glazed window to the other side and a full height double glazed window to the front aspect with a pleasant vista out onto the beautifully landscaped gardens which have been designed to be in the eye line of the front window. Wealth of character features including exposed timbers and beams, wood burner set on a slate bed and rather uniquely the Old Threshing machinery is situated in a timber cupboard towards the side of the room. Another really impressive feature of the room is a balustraded balcony to a full height atrium overlooking the dining room below and looking out through the full floor height windows to the patio and gardens beyond. There is a further small barn style window to the front.

Light travertine floor, understairs store cupboard. Door through to:

The Grade II listed Farmstead at Week is one of the finest local examples of a model farm, constructed to an exceptional standard by Francis, 7th Duke of Bedford between 1842 and 1844. Week is situated just a mile from the Dartmoor National Park's western boundary and within in an area of outstanding natural beauty. It lies about halfway between the A30 at Lifton to the North and Tavistock, five miles to the South. Brent Tor, familiar West Devon landmark, is only a mile away and the church on its summit is visible for many miles around. Tavistock, an ancient Stannary Town dating from the Doomsday book, nestles beside Dartmoor and the beautiful River Tavy is home to the Pannier Market. The town offers several renowned local schools including the private ?Mount Kelly', a delightful range of shops including a famous cheese shop and a number of celebrated restaurants. Only 17 miles and a 30 minute drive away is the maritime city of Plymouth, steeped in history, much of...

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