- Stunning Rural Location
- Approximately 1.5 Acres Of Land
- Large Garden
- Far Reaching Views
- Versatile Accommodation
- Four Bedrooms
Property Description: DIPTFORD
Diptford, a pretty South Hams village with a parish church and primary school, is about five miles from Totnes and three miles from the A38 at Marley Head. The village and its surrounding countryside are in an area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB). South Brent, within about three miles, has a useful choice of shops and a post office. Totnes, known as an Elizabethan town but is much older with a castle, a wonderful position on the River Dart and a main line railway station (London 3 hours), has a community college, a full range of shops, a weekly market and a wide choice of cultural facilities. The primary school taking children from 3-11 years. It is part of Link Academy Trust and is classed by Ofsted as good. DESCRIPTION
The Beacon occupies an enviable, elevated position in the desirable village of Diptford. It enjoys far reaching views across the Avon valley to Dartmoor and Ugborough Beacon and benefits from a large garden and approximately 1.5 acres of land with stream and option for more land edging stream based on further negotiation. Situated on the edge of the village, the property is at the end of a no-through lane and is mainly surrounded by open farmland.
The Beacon is approached by a driveway providing parking for two cars, a garage and there is a flat path to the front door. A few steps, surrounded by mature shrubs, provide an alternative way down to the lane.
Through the front door there is ample space in the hallway for storing shoes and hanging coats. Double glass doors lead into the living room which has a faced stone fire place and dual aspect windows, one of which provides stunning and far-reaching countryside views. Just past the living room is the large kitchen/dining room which has double patio doors opening onto a balcony with stunning views to the moors. The kitchen leads to a utility room, toilet and a further door leading to a terrace.
A wide inner hallway leads to all four bedrooms, a family bathroom and a good-sized linen cupboard. There are three double bedrooms and a single. The master bedroom has an en suite shower room.
From the living room, stairs lead down to a further two rooms on the lower ground floor, which could be used as office space and a games room, and have development potential as further bedrooms or a studio flat (Subject To Planning) From the smaller of the two rooms a door leads out to the rear garden. From the larger, a door gives access to the foundations of the house which have standing room in part of a large storage area, providing further potential.
From the main floor at the back a door leads out onto a spacious south-facing terrace, edged by raised beds, which has elevated views to Dartmoor. It provides a lean-to conservatory and a built-in double barbeque with sink. Wide steps lead down to a large flat garden which is mainly grassed. SERVICES
LPG gas central heating, private drainage, mains water, mains electricity and solar panels.