4 bedroom detached house for saleDeane Road, Stokeinteignhead
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- DETACHED FAMILY HOME
- SITTING/DINING ROOM
- SNUG/FAMILY ROOM
- FOUR BEDROOMS
- FAMILY BATHROOM
- EN-SUITE SHOWER TO BED 4
- GARAGE, STABLE BLOCK
- 1.2 ACRES OF BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED GARDENS
Stokeinteignhead is a popular and picturesque village characterised by a number of pretty cottages and set in a lovely rural valley. The village lies around 1.5-miles west of the lovely Teign Estuary, the highly desirable village of Shaldon and the equally pretty village of Maidencombe with a sandy beach and access to the wonderful South West coast path are a similar distance away. The village has a 14th Century Church and amenities include a well-regarded Primary School, a village stores, the popular Church House Inn, a community shop and a modern village hall. The village is surrounded by a good network of green lanes and bridle paths, making for good hacking. The resort of Torquay lies around 6-miles to the south with it's yachting marina, hospitals, the renowned Grammar Schools, promenades, grand hotels and wide range of facilities. There is a mainline rail link to London Paddington around 3-miles away at Teignmouth and the Cathedral City and County Town of Exeter with its international airport, fine dining and shopping at the Princesshay Centre is just over 20-miles away via the A380.
Paynes Court Farm is a charming modern detached house nestled beautifully within a sheltered courtyard in the heart of this lovely village. Externally attractive the house has rendered elevations with Wisteria and striking glazed entrance porch. The well appointed family-sized accommodation is light and spacious, being arranged over three levels and most of the rooms have views across the beautifully landscaped gardens and grounds. The welcoming feature glazed entrance opens to an appealing entrance hall that in turn opens to the principal downstairs rooms. The dual-aspect sitting room room is a lovely focal point for the house, being free-flowing to the dining space and with a feature fireplace with wood burner. There is a useful snug/study and the stylish kitchen is an equally appealing space, good for entertaining with Corian work surfaces and opening to the outside, creating a good sense of inside/outside living. The four bedrooms and attractive family bathroom are arranged over the upper two levels, one of which is en suite, with these rooms having particularly appealing aspects across the grounds. Externally the wonderful gardens and grounds are a real "show piece," the high-walled courtyard approach provides extensive parking and provides an impressive approach. The truly outstanding landscaped gardens rise from the rear of the property, occupying a sheltered south-facing hillside with expansive terraces, wildlife garden with pond, borders and bedding providing a profusion of variety and colour and productive vegetable gardens with poly tunnel and shed. The plot extends to around 1.2 acres in total. There is an orchard within these grounds, giving a real sense of the rural past of the village. Sizeable outbuildings include a double garage, two stables and a tack room, with these buildings having current planning permission to convert to an ancillary studio/workshop.
ENTRANCE: The property is approached via a glazed Porch with front door.
ENTRANCE HALL: Double glazed window with radiator under, under stairs cupboards, LED lights and Karndean wood style floor, doors to downstairs rooms and stairs to 1st and 2nd floors.
KITCHEN: 7.62m x 3.58m (25' x 11' 8" ) Fitted with a range of wall and base units with soft close doors and drawers. Corian work surface with up stands and tiles above, fitted cooker hood, bottle fridge, 2 drawer dishwasher, under cupboard lighting and LED ceiling lights. Karndean wood style floor. Space for range cooker and American fridge freezer. Double stainless steel sink with waste unit fitted, 2nd sink by cooker with kettle tap. Light airy room with generous space for table and chairs. Duel fuel ladder radiator plus 2 others. The windows double doors and stable door are double glazed. This is an enjoyable space for both cooking and entertainment.
DOWNSTAIRS WC: Duel fuel heated radiator, white suite comprising low level WC wash hand basin with mirror and light above, washing machine and cupboard above. LED lighting and extractor fan.
SNUG/FAMILY ROOM: 4.19m x 3.76m (13' 8" x 12' 4" ) Sunny south facing versatile room, double glazed window front facing, radiator, picture rail, LED ceiling lights, built in glass cupboard with drawers below and light above.
SITTING ROOM/DINING ROOM: 8.42m x 4.2m (27' 7" x 13' 9" ) Duel aspect attractive light sunny room, double glazed doors and windows to front, side and back terrace large fire place with wood burning stove and slate hearth, ceiling cornice, LED ceiling lights and wall lights at table end of room. The dining area has space for a large table and chairs, along with other furniture.
MASTER BEDROOM: 4.8m x 4.1m (15' 8" x 13' 5" ) Light sunny room with duel aspect double glazed windows to front and rear enjoying views over the garden, radiator. LED ceiling lighting and many power points.
BEDROOM 2: 4.2m x 3.0m (13' 9" x 9' 10" ) Duel aspect room with double glazed window to front and rear providing good views over the garden, Radiator. LED ceiling lighting.
FIRST FLOOR BATHROOM: Fully tiled with under floor heating, suite comprising wash hand basin in vanity unit with mirror light and shaver socket over, low level WC, paneled bath with shower. Double glazed window with garden views Duel fuel radiator and airing cupboard. LED lighting and extractor fan.
BEDROOM 3: 3.15m x 3m (10' 4" x 9' 10" ) Sunny versatile room with eaves storage double glazed window providing spectacular views of the garden. LED lighting and many power points.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM: Fully tiled with walk in shower area, low level WC, wash hand basin in vanity unit with mirror light and shaver socket above. Double glazed window overlooking village scene. The gas boiler is in the eves adjacent to this area. LED lighting, extractor fan and under floor heating.
BEDROOM 4: 4.0m x 3.0m (13' 1" x 9' 10") Dual aspect room with eaves storage, fitted wardrobe and drawer unit. Double glazed windows with garden views. LED lighting and many power points.
GARAGE AND STABLE BLOCK: The block has a large double garage with up and over doors, two stables boxes and a tack room, separated from the house and accessed via the driveway. It has a supply of water and power.
POLY TUNNEL AND SHED: The poly tunnel has a watering system, outside extensive mature asparagus bed, rhubarb patch, soft fruit and other vegetables, 2 water taps are adjacent. In a secluded part of the garden there is also a paved area with large garden shed, compost containers and bonfire space.
GARDEN: The garden area is a real feature of this property being beautifully landscaped and terraced. Lawns flower beds and wild life pond area as well as trees and orchard. Fantastic views over the village can be seen from the upper garden. The property is in a RSPB area with many different birds to watch and enjoy. Garden water is separately metered for reduced usage charges.
OUTSIDE FRONT: The entrance to this south facing property is though a wooden gate with high walls either side forming a court yard garden with mature trees and flower beds, ample parking is provided .Access to the double garage and stable block is via a drive way at the side of the house with more parking for several vehicles.
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