5 bedroom detached house for saleLittle Bradley House
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- Victorian Home and Equestrian Facility
- Superb Master Suite and Four Further Bedrooms
- Additional Two Bedroom Cottage
- Superb Equestrian Complex with 17 Stables
- 11 Acres of Paddocks and Sand School
- Further Gardens and Orchard
- Beautifully Presented
- Convenient Location
LOCATION Situated just outside Dartmoor National Park and less than a mile from the bustling town of Bovey Tracey (known locally as the gateway to the moor), where there is an excellent range of local amenities. These include a health centre, restaurants, public houses, a primary school, post office and a bank.
The market town of Newton Abbot is approximately 15 minutes' drive away where there is a comprehensive range of shops, a mainline railway station (London Paddington approximately 2½ hours). The A38 dual carriageway provides access to Plymouth to the South and Exeter to the North and the M5 motorway is approximately five minutes away. Exeter International Airport is approximately 30 minutes away.
The coastal resorts of Teignmouth and Shaldon can be reached in about 20 minutes and Torquay with its Marina is approximately 30 minutes away.
ACCOMODATION The entrance of Little Bradley House gives a lovely first impression and sets the scene for the whole house. Stepping into the lobby you'll soon realise that this is a home full of quality, with everything having been done to a very high standard using the finest materials. The flooring in the entrance hall, for example, is of reclaimed French oak sleepers, and the floor coverings throughout are all either 100% wool carpets or Amtico flooring.
There is plenty of space for all the family both with bedroom space and living accommodation. On the ground floor, there is an impressive living room with open fire and views out over the gardens and the garden terrace can be accessed via a porch from here. A door from the sitting room links to a lounge with open fire and views over the garden, this room has a lovely cosy feel and gives access to the beautiful spacious conservatory. Currently used as a dining room, it is a superb addition to the house and wraps around the side of the house to give access to the kitchen/breakfast room.
The handmade custom kitchen provides ample storage and granite worktops and has a beautiful glazed extension which floods the room with light and enjoys a lovely outlook over the gorgeous walled cottage garden. There is access from here to a utility room, separate WC and out into the cottage garden.
Upstairs, there are four generous double bedrooms and a large bathroom complete with steam room. The master suite is on the top floor, a large welcoming space with exposed beams and lovely views out over the gardens and neighbouring fields. The suite has a sitting area, dressing area and en-suite facilities.
In addition, there is a two-bedroomed cottage which, although in need of updating, could create superb guest accommodation, or could provide potential rental income if kitchen facilities were installed. It has a large reception room with fireplace on the ground floor and two bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor.
Linking the cottage to the lobby of the main house is a pitched conservatory space which is currently set up as a useful office.
OUTSIDE Our clients have developed the gardens from a few grass lawns into what is now a series of feature areas including a bog garden linking the house to the stables, a wildlife pond, traditional rose garden, herbaceous beds and a very pretty and secluded walled cottage garden.
Next to the cottage are the old stables, not currently used for anything other than storage. Set in two blocks on opposite sides of a courtyard.
EQUESTRIAN FACILITIES The stables are approached via a five-bar timber gate off the main driveway to the house, offering a spacious open hard standing parking area, which is convenient for allowing access and parking for horse boxes and other vehicles.
The main stable block has been individually designed to the highest standards with stylish cobble decoration and features an island with planting and topiary horse. This superb stable yard comprises 16 loose boxes, mare and foal stable, feed room, tack room, office, kitchen and facilities and a sand school. The 11 acres of paddocks are all close by and have auto-filling water troughs.
The sand school is located to the front of the stable block and provides an ideal lunge area. This is not currently a full-size manège, but there is scope to create one.
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