3 bedroom terraced house for sale

9 Great Tree Park, Chagford, Newton Abbot, Devon

Guide Price £500,000

Property Description

Key features

  • - Exclusive development
  • - 3 double bedrooms
  • - Tranquil position
  • - Beautiful communal grounds
  • - Garage and car port

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Meadow View is one of just eleven properties set in a highly desirable private estate that boasts magnificent open countryside views and 18 acres of communal formal gardens, meadowland, and woodland. The tranquil woodland is recognised as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and boasts the White water river running through its grounds. An histroic stone pack bridge over the river offers a
quaint point of interest amongst the beautiful surrounds.

This distinctive gated development has been
maintained to an exacting standard since it was
built in 2005 by the highly regarded Messrs Gerald Wood Homes. Due to its location, Meadow View makes for an ideal lock up and leave property or second home.

Meadow View is a moorland property that provides enviable views and spacious accommodation that is arranged over three floors and filled with natural light throughout. There is also considerable storage space on each level.

On the ground floor, a reception hall leads through to a spacious reception room to the rear of the property that offers a feature fireplace and large patio doors with surrounding aspect that provide access to the rear terrace and outlook over the delightful rear garden and the countryside beyond. The kitchen/breakfast room lies adjacent and incorporates a range of wooden base and wall mounted units and integrated appliances, as well as ample seating/dining space. This floor also benefits from a cloakroom.

On the first floor, set off a large landing, there
is an office/study, fitted with bespoke office units, and two generously size bedrooms both with fitted wardrobes, and one with an en suite shower room. The bedrooms are served by a well-appointed family bathroom with both bath and shower. Upstairs, the master bedroom suite enjoys its own floor, an en suite shower room, a wealth of inbuilt storage, and rear aspect with beautiful rural outlook.

The Great Tree Park development occupies an enviable woodland location on the eastern slopes of the Dartmoor National Park, just outside of the hugely popular Moorland town of Chagford. This part of moor is renowned for its magnificent scenery with the Teign valley offering myriad fine walks together with historic monuments such as Castle Drogo. The High Moor is easily accessible and offers unrivalled opportunities for riding, walking, and outdoor pursuits. Chagford, approximately 2 miles away and within easy walking distance, also offers a wide range of amenities, including church, primary school, Montessori nursery school, health and dental centre. There are also a wide range of shops, including a delicatessen, ironmongers, wine merchant and a number of boutiques, plus a good selection of cafes, pubs and restaurants. The thriving city of Exeter lies some 20 miles away and provides a wealth of retail, leisure, and cultural amenities including a theatre, museum, arts centre, a wealth of shopping and fine restaurants. The property benefits from excellent road links with the A30, just two miles away, providing a fast route to North and South Devon and Cornwall. The M5 motorway at Exeter provides access to Bristol
and London (M4) and to the North. The A38 to
Plymouth is just south of Chagford and Exeter
also provides regular rail services to London
Paddington, and an International Airport withan ever increasing number of domestic and
international flights that include two flights a day to London City Airport.

The entrance drive leads from the road through
automatic, electrically operated high double entrance gate with intercom system, to the paved
park and turning area. Adjacent to the parking area is a carpark block, one of these belonging to
the property and a garage with up and over door
is situated nearby. A paved pathway leads up to
the front door, flanked by gravel and shrubs. The
delightful rear garden is primarily paved with an
array of colourful shrubs to the border. The terrace
is a beautiful spot for al fresco dining during the
extended hours of summer sunlight afforded by the terrace’s southerly aspect. At the bottom of the garden, a gate lies within the wrought iron
railings and provides access to the communal gardens. With an array of lawn, orchards, meadows, and natural woodland, the communal
grounds make up some 18 acres and provide a very special area of amenity land for the occupiers
of the development. Key features include a secluded, typical Dartmooor valley, large granite
boulders, two bubbling streams, and a peaceful
wood that is a haven for wild flora and fauna such
as bluebells, deer, foxes and badgers.


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04 June 2018

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  • Sampford Courtenay (7.1 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

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01392 799092 Local call rate

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