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Lindridge Park, Lindridge, Teignmouth, Devon

Offers in Region of £375,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Spacious 4 bedroom house
  • Garage
  • Set in a 23 acre private estate
  • South facing sun terrace
  • Communal gardens, tennis court, croquet lawn and swimming pool

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

9 Lindridge Park was converted in the 1990's and is one of the four former stables for the old manor house originally on the Lindridge Estate. The accommodation is flexible and arranged over three floors, with the rooms on the south side enjoying views over the grounds and countryside beyond.

The ground floor comprises of an entrance hall, a sitting room with an electric fire, study, cloakroom and the master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom. On the lower ground floor is a spacious open plan family/dining room with French doors out onto the terrace and kitchen with fitted units, integrated appliances and a separate utility area. Upstairs are two further bedrooms, an office area and a family bathroom. There are several good sized store cupboards on each floor.

9 Lindridge Park is set in a private estate near the village of Bishopsteignton. The first house was built over 300 years ago for the Bishop of Exeter as a summer palace. The site now comprises of 21 houses set in 23 acres of parklands and gardens.

Bishopsteignton has two churches, a primary school, a Health Centre, two Inns and a brewery selling local ales and ciders. The village also has a General Store, Post Office and Pharmacy.

Teignmouth is situated on the north bank of the estuary mouth of the River Teign. The town grew from a fishing port to a fashionable resort of some note in Georgian times, with further expansion after the opening of the South Devon Railway in 1846. Today, its port still operates and the town remains a popular seaside holiday location. Teignmouth has a good range of recreational and shopping facilities, including a Waitrose and a number of schools, including Trinity School, Teignmouth Community College and Hazeldown Primary School.

Exeter, approximately 12 miles away, offers a wide choice of cultural activities with the theatre, the museum, arts centre and a wealth of good shopping, including John Lewis and a Waitrose, and an ever expanding range of restaurants. Many primary and secondary schools can be found in Exeter whilst Exeter University is recognised as one of the best in the country.

9 Lindridge Park is approached over the estates private driveway and has a garage and parking for an additional car at the front of the house. There is also a visitor's car park. At the rear of the house is a south facing paved terrace with views over the estate grounds and Dartmoor beyond, and flowering borders.

Originally a private estate surrounding an historic country house, Lindridge Park now offers residents an enviable lifestyle with extensive walks through superbly maintained grounds and gardens, with an abundance of mature trees and shrubs, offering spectacular views of the surrounding farmland and countryside. The park features listed Italianate gardens featuring yew hedge topiary, a lime tree avenue, a temple monument and ponsd, a wisteria-clad pergola walk, lavender and rose garden, a water garden with a trickling cascade feeding a series of ponds and a heated open air swimming pool, tennis court and croquet lawn.

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Added on Rightmove:
06 October 2016

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