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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Broadhempston, Totnes, Devon, TQ9

Under Offer £1,250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Adjoining 4 Bed Annexe
  • Country Kitchen
  • 3 Receptions
  • Glorious Orangery
  • Formal & Kitchen Gardens
  • Farm Buildings
  • Pasture, Paddock, Orchard In all circa 6.1 Acres

Full description

A superb Grade II* Small Manor House circa 1740-50 with later additions. 6 bedrooms 3 bathrooms, country kitchen, 3 receptions, glorious orangery. Adjoining 4 bedroom annexe . Kitchen & formal gardens, farm buildings one with pp to convert to 3 bed dwelling. Pasture paddock, orchard in all circa 6.1 Acres. EPC Band: E.

Situation

Beaston is a small hamlet close to the desirable village of Broadhempston. Broadhempston is very popular with highly regarded amenities to include two local pubs, a Community Shop with Post Office and cafe, village hall, primary school and playing fields. It is situated approximately 5 miles from the bustling Elizabethan market town of Totnes on the River Dart and 5 miles from Newton Abbot, both with a with a wide range of good schools, shopping facilities and recreational pursuits. Although in a rural setting, communications are easy as the A38 Devon Expressway provides speedy access to the cities of Plymouth and Exeter and there are mainline railway stations both at Newton Abbot and Totnes with links to London Paddington.

Description

A superb Grade II* Small Manor House circa 1740-50 with later additions. Gloriously described, This house is an interesting and well preserved example of how a provincial gentry's family adapted the design of the classical 18th Century country house . Set back from the road with an adjoining 4 bedroom annexe. The principal accommodation is on two floors, well laid out, yet not overwhelming with the Orangery addition enhancing the sitting room.

Externally approached via a fine forecourt with a separate access to the walled former farmyard. A range of stone buildings including one to the west with consent for conversion into a detached 3 bedroom residence.

The principal level gardens lie to the south of the house, mainly lawn with mature shrubs and include many features, secluded areas and well stocked fruit and kitchen garden.

Features Of The Property

* 6 Bedroom Grade II* Manor House
* Adjoining 4 Bedroom Annexe with separate access
* Country Kitchen with range of granite work surfaces & oil fired double oven Aga
* Sitting Room with fireplace and inset woodburning stove
* Drawing Room with carved wooden fireplace and Jetmaster fire
* Glorious Orangery with tiled Flooring
* Dining Room with fireside cupboards in mahogany and ornate fireplace
* Elegant Hallway with quality open string staircase with heavy moulded hand rail rampel to newels.
* Magnificent, principally level formal and kitchen gardens.
* Farm Buildings of stone and slate, one with planning consent to convert to a 3 bedroom dwelling
* Pasture, paddock and orchard, in all extending to circa 6.1 Acres.

Services

Mains electricity, oil central heating & Aga. Mains water, private drainage.

Local Authority

Teignbridge District Council, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 4XX. Tel: 01626 361101. E-mail: info@teignbridge.gov.uk.

Viewing

Strictly by prior appointment with Stags on 01803 865454.

Directions

From Totnes take the A385 to Dartington, turn right signed Buckfastleigh/A38, pass the church on the right and take the next right signed Staverton. Follow the road over the bridge and through the village of Staverton towards Broadhempston. On reaching Broadhempston turn left into the village, leave with the Shop and Monks Retreat on the left. Take the road to Landscove and after half a mile you reach the hamlet of Beaston. Beaston House will be on the left hand side.

Web Find Ref: 53686

A superb Grade II* Small Manor House circa 1740-50 with later additions. Gloriously described, This house is an interesting and well preserved example of how a provincial gentry's family adapted the design of the classical 18th Century country house . Set back from the road with an adjoining 4 bedroom annexe, with significant income.
 
The principal accommodation is on two floors, well laid out, yet not overwhelming with the Orangery addition enhancing the sitting room.
 
Externally approached via a fine forecourt with a separate access to the walled former farmyard. A range of stone buildings including one to the west with consent for conversion into a detached 3 bedroom residence.
 
The principal level gardens lie to the south of the house, mainly lawn with mature shrubs and include many features, secluded areas and well stocked fruit and kitchen garden.
 

  •   6 Bedroom Grade II* Manor House
  •   Adjoining 4 Bedroom Annexe with separate
      access
  •   Country Kitchen with range of granite work
      surfaces & oil fired double oven Aga
  •   Sitting Room with fireplace and inset
      woodburning stove
  •   Drawing Room with carved wooden
      fireplace and Jetmaster fire
  •   Glorious Orangery with tiled Flooring
  •   Dining Room with fireside cupboards in
     mahogany and ornate fireplace
  •   Elegant Hallway with quality open string
      staircase with heavy moulded hand rail
      rampel to newels.
  •   Magnificent, principally level formal and
      kitchen gardens.
  •   Farm Buildings of stone and slate, one with
      planning consent to convert to a 3
      bedroom dwelling
  •   Pasture, paddock and orchard, in all
      extending to circa 6.1 Acres.
     
    Services: Mains electricity, oil central heating & Aga. Mains water, private drainage.

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