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Lustleigh, Devon

PROPERTY TYPE

Detached

BEDROOMS

4

BATHROOMS

2

SIZE

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TENURE
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Freehold

Key features

  • Full of character and charm
  • Tucked away private garden
  • Garage and Parking
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Sought after location

Description

THE PROPERTY Pass through the covered porch leading to the impressive front door. To one side is a very useful boot room /utility with a butlers sink, oil fired boiler and window to the side.

Head on through into the entrance hall with its wide oak doors, plank and muntin screen and stairs to the first floor. Tucked away to the rear is a downstairs shower room with WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

Lift the timber latch door to your left and enter the sitting room where you can feel the warmth an heart of this charming home.

This lovely sitting room boasts impressive timber beams and also offers windows on both the front and rear elevations, as well as a stunning granite fireplace with a multi-fuel burner on a raised plinth. At the far end, you'll find another reception room that's currently being used as an office. It features a door to the rear and a multi-paned window to the front, along with exposed timber beams that add to the room's overall charm and warmth.

Make your way back through to the entrance hall and into the charming kitchen/dining room, boasting multi-paned windows that provide a picturesque view. The kitchen is a delightful space, featuring a country-style design with plumbing for a dishwasher, stainless-steel sink, and wide timber work surfaces. A unique highlight of the room is the cream electric AGA, complemented by the plank and muntin screen to one side. The walls are partially panelled, giving the space a warm and inviting feel, perfect for whipping up delicious treats. Exposed timber beams and recessed spotlights complete the look, making this room a beautiful and functional space.

Returning to the entrance hall, the original timber staircase leads up to a carpeted landing which extends left and right. There are more exposed timbers and windows to the rear - its time to discover the bedrooms.

Four BEDROOMS sit to the first floor, each with their own unique charm and character.

Enjoy the glorious views showcasing the gardens, village, stunning countryside, and the vast open moorland beyond. Each bedroom offers many unique features including exposed beams, plank and muntin screen, ledged and braced doors oak flooring and granite fireplaces.

A well-equipped family bathroom ensures that every member of the household can enjoy ultimate comfort and convenience.  

OUTSIDE Outside, a charming cottage-style" garden sits to the front of the property with a meandering central granite path leading to the front door. This lovely garden has granite planted boarders with flowering plants and mature shrubs. There is also a tucked away "hidden garden" to the other side of the lane, accessed to the side of the garage which offers a good level of privacy.

There is a detached garage situated directly opposite the house and a gravelled parking space to the front. 

UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY Embrace an exceptional opportunity as the neighbouring property Moorlands Cottage is also for sale. Imagine the endless possibilities for your family - room for extended family members, creating a safe space for your children to play, or simply the convenience of having relatives close by. These side-by-side homes offer a unique chance to build stronger family bonds and cherished memories right next door. Don't miss out on this family-friendly opportunity 

LOCATION Lustleigh is often described as one of the prettiest villages on Dartmoor, with beautiful thatched cottages and winding lanes. St. John's church and The Cleave, a popular pub set in a 15th-century thatched building, are at the very heart of the village. There is also a superb general store and post office known as The Dairy, a tea room, village hall, preschool and a community orchard with a playground. The village, situated in the heart of the Wrey Valley, has long been a popular hot spot for walkers and those who are seeking a quintessentially British village.

Within a 15-minute drive are the local market towns of Bovey Tracey and Moretonhamsptead for daily essentials. With its antique shops, cafes, artisan bakery and award-winning fishmongers, Ashburton is also close at hand. Historic market towns of Chagford and Totnes are a 20 and 40-minute drive, respectively, both with a range of independent shops, stores and markets.

Despite its rural position, Lustleigh is readily reached by road. The A38, also known as the Devon Expressway, is a short drive away and provides good access to Exeter in addition to connecting to the A30 and the M5. Newton Abbot is situated on the Great Western railway offering access to London Paddington with a journey time of just over two and a half hours, calling at Reading, Taunton and Exeter. There is also a regular service to Bristol. 

SERVICES Oil fired central heating. Mains electric, water and drainage. 

VENDORS OPINION Pethybridge Farmhouse dates back six (or more) centuries, but has been regularly updated and looked after and has an attractive mix of comfort and interest. The thick walls double as heat preservers, while coloured windows bring pretty sunlight. Whilst my modern kitchen and bathroom equipment makes life easier.

Outside there is a variety of plants and trees, including apples and pears. Further away, but only a short walk, are the village shop, post office. children's playground, church and pub, while a similar distance the other way is the path to local woodlands and Dartmoor. Only a few miles away, one can easily get to schools, railways, doctors and every other necessity.

So, come to a friendly community in a beautiful setting, which has looked after me and my children for 25 years. We will be sad to leave a warm community, but need closer access to facilities, now that I am not able to drive." 

VIEWINGS Strictly by appointment with the award winning estate agents, Sawdye & Harris, at their Dartmoor Office -
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If there is any point, which is of particular importance to you with regard to this property then we advise you to contact us to check this and the availability and make an appointment to view before travelling any distance. 

DIRECTIONS Please do not follow your satellite navigation. Please contact the office for directions. 

PLEASE NOTE For clarification we wish to inform prospective purchasers that we have prepared these sales particulars as a general guide. We have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the services, appliances and specific fittings. Items shown in photographs are not necessarily included. Room sizes should not be relied upon for carpets and furnishings, if there are important matters which are likely to affect your decision to buy, please contact us before viewing the property.

Prior to a sale being agreed and solicitors instructed, prospective purchasers will be required to produce identification documents to comply with Money Laundering regulations.

We may refer buyers and sellers through our conveyancing panel. It is your decision whether you choose to use this service. Should you decide to use any of these services that we may receive an average referral fee of £100 for recommending you to them. As we provide a regular supply of work, you benefit from a competitive price on a no purchase, no fee basis. (excluding disbursements).

We also refer buyers and sellers to our mortgage broker. It is your decision whether you choose to use their services. Should you decide to use any of their services you should be aware that we would receive an average referral fee of up £250 from them for recommending you to them.

You are not under any obligation to use the services of any of the recommended providers, though should you accept our recommendation the provider is expected to pay us the corresponding Referral Fee.  

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Lustleigh, Devon

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  • Newton Abbot Station8.1 miles
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About the agent

Sawdye & Harris, Ashburton

19 East Street Ashburton TQ13 7AF

Sawdye & Harris, Ashburton

As long established Chartered Surveyors, Auctioneers and Estate Agents in Ashburton, Chudleigh and Moretonhampstead, we pride ourselves on offering a friendly, professional service tailored to meet and exceed our clients' expectations.

We are specialists with property for sale and to let in Ashburton, Chudleigh and Moretonhampstead, and right across the Dartmoor National Park and the Teign Valley. We also have property to let in Dartmoor and the Teign Valley and are specialist a

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