5 bedroom manor house for saleSpreyton, Crediton
- Ref: O944
- Stunning Historic House
- 5 Bedrooms 2 Ensuites
- Recently Refurbished
- Well-kept Landscaped Gardens
- Barn Conversion available by separate negotiation
- Viewing Recommended
SITUATION Spreyton is a thriving village with amenities including a primary school, garage, church, village hall, a community run village shop and the well-renowned Tom Cobley Public House, winner of numerous awards.
Chagford, 7 miles away offers a wide range of amenities, including churches, Post Office, banks, health and dental centres and excellent sports facilities. It was recently mentioned in The Times as one of the most sought after villages to live in. There are also a wide range of shops, including a delicatessen, ironmongers, wine merchant, art galleries and a number of boutiques. The award-winning Gidleigh Park Hotel is just over eight miles away. Bovey Castle, ten miles away, has a championship golf course and superb spa facilities.
Okehampton, approximately a 20 minute drive away has extensive shopping facilities, three supermarkets, one of which is a Waitrose, Okehampton College, rated' Outstanding' by Ofsted and the Okehampton hospital with excellent health services and an A&E department.
The Cathedral city of Exeter is approximately a 30 minute drive away and has a number of excellent schools for boys and girls of all ages, a fine university, a broad range of supermarkets and excellent cultural and recreational facilities with many new restaurants, the Princesshay shopping development and a John Lewis.
Intercity high speed trains operate from Exeter St David's to London (Paddington), the Midlands and the north of England. From Exeter Central trains operate via Salisbury to London (Waterloo). There are also a growing number of flights to UK and international destinations from Exeter airport, including a new route to London City airport with three flights a day taking less than an hour.
DESCRIPTION The original Manor House was established in 1670 and records of various owners of the Manor date from then to the early 19th Century. The Manor was relocated to its present site following a fire in around 1850 which destroyed the fabric of the main building.
The property has been recently refurbished and now provides bright spacious accommodation and is presented to a very high standard throughout.
The main entrance opens into a welcoming hall with solid oak flooring and to the left the main staircase leading to the first floor. Also to the left is the Drawing room and Lounge/Family room. The spacious dual aspect drawing room features a minster stone fireplace, bay window with window seat, original shutters on the windows and double doors leading out to a paved area, perfect for evening drinks in the sun. The Lounge/Family room is also an excellent size for entertaining and features a dual aspect outlook over the garden and again original period shutters on the windows.
From the entrance hall another door leads to a bright kitchen with ample room for everyday dining, featuring oak flooring, an electric induction Rangemaster and enjoys access and views into the garden and a large window overlooking the garden room. The original bread oven feature sits nicely with the modern kitchen units, integrated appliances and granite work surfaces throughout. The kitchen also leads out to the Garden room which could be used as a boot room and leads out to the rear courtyard, car ports and garden. Access to a Utility area with plumbing for a washing machine and the boiler room, with an oil-fired boiler are also off the Garden room.
There is a further downstairs WC off the entrance hall.
The staircase with a half landing leads up to a galleried landing and the rooms on the first floor. The Master bedroom is a dual aspect room, enjoying views of the garden and the land beyond with an en suite shower room with walk in shower and separate dressing room, all beautifully finished to a high standard.
Bedroom two is another excellent sized room, again with an en suite shower room. Along the hall are three further good double sized bedrooms and the Family bathroom, with a glass shower cubicle and separate bath.
A four bedroom barn conversion presented to a very high standard with garden and private parking, available by separate negotiation.
GROUNDS AND GARDENS The well-kept landscaped gardens are predominately laid to lawn with numerous shrubs, ornamental rose beds around the edge of the lawn and leading down to a front paddock and wonderful views of the surrounding countryside.
DIRECTIONS From Exeter take the A30 westwards towards Okehampton. After 15 miles turn off at the Whiddon Down exit, sign posted A382. After about 600 yards, opposite the Post Inn turn right onto the road sign posted North Tawton, A3124. After 3 miles turn right, sign posted for Spreyton and after ¾ mile Cullaford Manor is on the right just past the barn conversions.
SERVICES Mains water, mains electricity, private drainage. Oil fired central heating.
Local Authority West Devon Borough Council, Kilworthy Park, Tavistock Devon, PL19 0BZ Tel: 01822 813600
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