4 bedroom property for saleForder Lane, Bishopsteignton
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- End terrace property
- Spacious accommodation
- Four double bedrooms
- Vast open-plan living space
- Period features
- Utility room
- Three bathrooms
- Fabulous communal gardens
- Views of the Teign Estuary
Nestled in the heart of the sought-after village of Bishopsteignton, it is ideally located for the coast, towns or moors, and the village, which has many amenities including a convenient post office/shop for the essentials, a hotel, restaurant and primary school. The towns of Teignmouth and Newton Abbot nearby, both offer supermarkets, shops and eateries and have mainline train stations, with direct routes to London and the north, ideal for those who commute.
Dating back to the Victorian period, Huntly, has been divided and restored by a local developer, to create a selection of beautiful properties from which to enjoy all that the surrounding area has to offer.
In the Victorian era, Huntly was adapted into a Hydro Spa Hotel, during which time it was reportedly visited by the famous play writer Noel Coward. Huntly was bought by the Officers Association in 1950 to provide a residential home for Ex-RAF officers and housed some of our highly decorated 'Ace' pilots from World War II. During this time, the grounds were enjoyed by the locals as a venue for a variety of community events.
The development consists of 6 apartments, 9 houses and a coach house, all of which boast stunning views of the Teign Estuary.
Cedar House is located close to the gated entrance, it has accommodation arranged over two floors, and is immaculately presented throughout, with neutral décor and gas central heating, and retains many period features including high ceilings, deep skirting boards, decorative coving and ceiling roses, and sash windows.
The spacious entrance hallway has an attractive tiled floor that continues through into a utility room with storage, a worktop, and a sink with space beneath for a washing machine and tumble dryer, and a door to a convenient ground-floor cloakroom, with a WC and basin.
A couple of carpeted steps lead down to double-doors that open into a vast open-plan living/dining room. At over thirty feet in length, and eighteen feet wide, with high ceilings, ceiling roses and coving, it is filled with light from three south-facing sash windows on one side and high-level windows on the other. It feels warm with plush carpets underfoot, and a modern turning staircase, with a stainless steel and glass balustrade, at the far corner of the room, has a storage cupboard beneath and rises to the first floor. A spacious kitchen has oak flooring, and a decorative pillar at its centre, making an interesting feature. It is modern and well-equipped, with solid-granite worktops along three sides, with an inset one and a half-bowl sink and a draining board carved into the granite. A range of light, stylish, light-coloured base units, with contrasting black wall cabinets above, provide ample storage and are illuminated by feature, and under-cabinet lighting. There is a built-in fan-oven and microwave, a separate five-burner gas hob, an integrated dishwasher and a stainless-steel American-style fridge/freezer.
On the first floor is the master bedroom, an asymmetrical, spacious and light room with a sash window and views over the gardens and a glimpse of the Teign Estuary, and an en-suite shower room is modern and stylish with a tiled shower, a basin and a hidden-cistern WC in white. It is flooded with light from a sash window, with an obscured lower pane.
There are three further bedrooms, all light and airy doubles, one, the guest bedroom, with an en-suite shower room and triple-aspect windows providing stunning views of the garden and Teign Estuary beyond. A 'Jack and Jill' bathroom off the landing, has a door to the third bedroom, with a tiled floor, containing a bath, separate shower, a WC and a basin, with tiling above the bath and basin. The spacious landing has an airing cupboard, containing the gas central heating boiler, and the pressurised hot water system.
An electric-gated entrance provides access to the tarmac driveway, where there are two allocated parking spaces for the property and several additional spaces for guests.
The stunning communal gardens amount to three acres, beautifully landscaped, with manicured, large areas of lawn and a selection of specimen tree, with meandering gravel pathways. There are mature borders, terraces, and a quiet area incorporating a carp pond, that has been included in the design of the gardens and sited to take advantage of the views over the River Teign and the rolling countryside beyond, for moments of peaceful reflection.
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