- 4/5 Bedroom Bungalow
- Private Location
- Over 1-Acre Of Grounds
- High End Refurbishment
- Elevated Panoramic Views
- Open Plan Kitchen Dining Room
- Light and Spacious Rooms
- Parking For Several Cars
Property Description: SITUATION
This property is situated in Two Mile Oak, just outside of Ipplepen. Two Mile Oak is a desirable rural location with great access to local towns and villages. The property is just a couple minuets walk from the well know Two Mile Oak Pub.
Ipplepen is a large village with a lively community and situated between Totnes and Newton Abbot. Among its facilities are a parish church, primary school, two pubs, post office/store, Co-op store, garden nursery, filling station, medical centre, village hall and playing field. The village is home to various societies and events including the Amateur Dramatic Society, the Local History Group, the Cottage Garden Society and its annual show and the Ipple Tipple Beer Festival. It is in a lovely rural area with the South Devon coast to the east and the wilds of Dartmoor to the west - all host to a wide choice of recreational and sporting pursuits. DESCRIPTION
A private drive takes you to the enclosed walled property.
Inside the property - the corridor floors are American Walnut. In front of the main entrance a large reception room with patio doors leading out to the swimming pool.
The kitchen has 4 aspects and is light and airy complemented by a mix of Walnut flooring and stone tiles. An oil-fired AGA provides for cooking and heating during the winter months. A large bi-fold door leads out to the pool, while there are also excellent views across the garden.
Off from the kitchen, another large reception room has large expanses of windows and a wood burner with extensive views across the mature-gardens.
On the east-wing (facing) part of the property there is a good sized bedroom / study, a utility room, a shower bathroom and a bedroom with views out towards the moors.
The Master bedroom on the other side of the house has its own en-suite bathroom. Along from there, another bedroom with its own en-suite shower room. Opposite is a study with patio doors leading onto the rear of the house.
All bathrooms have underfloor heating.
Garden & Grounds
Most of the gardens were planted in the late eighties and are very mature with well-established cedars, sycamores and eucalyptus trees. The boundary is a mix of wooden fencing and block walls.
There is also a small woods: Ash, Sycamore and a badger set!
At the top of the garden is a shed which has recently been converted as an observation deck with panoramic views across the South Hams, planning permission has been granted to add a room on top of the shed.
There are 2-other good sized sheds on the property a two-car construction and another large enough for an agricultural machine. SERVICES
Mains electricity and water. Oil tank for Aga and oil fired central heating and private drainage