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4 bedroom detached house for sale
Sticklepath
£575,000
    Dating to the late Georgian period, this detached Grade II listed home has been extensively renovated and improved by the current owners to create a high specification and beautifully presented home. Nestling on the edge of Dartmoor the location is perfect for those that want direct access to the moor yet be within a short distance of Exeter.
    Modern improvements include a bespoke kitchen with granite work surfaces, flagstone flooring with underfloor heating, modern bathrooms and a variety of energy efficient additions to include a biomass heating system and solar panels. Heating and hot water is 100% renewable energy and cost neutral.
    The extensive restoration also includes lime rendering (internally & externally), new roof, complete re wire and re plumb.
    There are a raft of period features to include high ceilings, original six panel pegged doors and windows (some with internal shutters). The principal reception rooms offer open fires and all bedrooms have original fire grates.
    The garden at the rear offers a high degree of privacy and additional parking. There is further parking at the front and a garage/workshop.

    Entrance hall
    w: 1.8m x l: 8.5m
    A grand entrance with period front door and furnishings. Chapelstone limestone flagstones with under floor heating (throughout the ground floor with individual thermostat controls in each room). Ornate coving. Stairs to the first floor with mahogany handrail winding to the first floor. Stripped original doors to all rooms. Under stairs storage. Door to rear garden.
    Living room
    w: 4.8m x l: 4.6m
    With a period front aspect multi paned window with box casement windows and internal shutters. Coving to ceiling. Fire place with multi fuel stove on a slate hearth.
    Dining room
    w: 4.8m x l: 3.7m
    With a period front aspect multi paned window with box casement windows and internal shutters. Coving to ceiling. Fire place with multi fuel stove.
    Open plan in design with the kitchen.
    Kitchen
    w: 4.2m x l: 4.3m
    A lovely room that is in keeping with the property and offers a bespoke range of kitchen units with oak kickboards and granite work top surfaces. The central island offers space for seating whilst the there is a Butler sink in the remaining work top with an Oak plate rack over. The fire place features a granite lintel with cupboards either side and an "Everhot" range. Rear aspect window. Connecting door to hallway.
    Cloakroom
    With close coupled WC and pedestal wash basin.
    Utility Room
    w: 3.4m x l: 3.5m
    A flexible space that can be used as utility room or could be used a study for those looking to work from home. It houses the control panel for the solar and also the thermal heat store for the hot water. Rear aspect window. Space and plumbing for appliances.
    First Floor Landing
    From the stairs there is a split landing with rear aspect window and storage cupboard. From the main landing doors lead to all rooms.
    Bedroom 1
    w: 4.8m x l: 4.6m
    Front aspect window, fire place with original fire grate, traditional iron radiator. Stripped pine floor boards.
    Bedroom 2
    w: 4.4m x l: 4m
    Front aspect window, fire place with original fire grate and cupboards either side. Traditional iron radiator. Stripped pine floor boards.
    Bathroom
    A completely modernised room with a suite comprising of a claw foot bath with mixer tap/shower head over and tiled surround. Close coupled WC and pedestal wash basin. Traditional iron radiator with heated towel rail. Front aspect window.
    Bedroom 3
    w: 4.4m x l: 4.5m
    Rear aspect window, fire place with original fire grate and cupboards either side. Traditional iron radiator. Stripped pine floor boards.
    Bedroom 4
    w: 2.8m x l: 3.5m
    Rear aspect window, fire place with original fire grate and cupboards either side. Traditional iron radiator. Stripped pine floor boards.
    Shower room
    With fully tiled walls and floor. Matching suite comprising walk in double shower cubicle, close coupled WC and pedestal wash basin. Rear aspect window. Traditional iron radiator with heated towel rail.
    Outside
    The property is set back from the road with a fully enclosed area of garden that is laid to lawn with a path to the front door. The rear garden again is fully enclosed and offers areas of lawn and well stocked shrubbery boarders. There is a covered area for seating/log storage, garden shed 15ft x 12ft with power and light connected. From the rear there is a five bar gate that gives vehicular access for additional parking.
    Garage/Workshop
    w: 5.7m x l: 3.4m
    With double doors to the front and pedestrian door to rear garden.
    Boiler room
    With Easypell Biomass heating system and ample storage for pellets. Door to WC with low level WC and wall mounted wash basin. Window.
    Reference: RS0209
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    A sympathetically and extensively restored late Georgian family home in a popular village on the edge of Dartmoor with direct access to the Skaigh Valley and river Taw. This beautiful home offers many period features and incorporates a modern finish with a variety of energy efficiency improvements.

    Features

    • Beautifully presented
    • Direct access to Dartmoor National Park
    • Exceptionally popular moorland village
    • Late Georgian period home
    • Period Features
    • Modern energy efficient heating and solar
    • Comprehensively renovated
    • Village Location

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