Price £475,000 - Sold

  • Immaculately presented
  • 2 Reception rooms
  • Parking for multiple cars
  • 10 min drive of the A38
  • uPVC double glazing
  • 4 Large double bedrooms
  • Large front and back garden
  • Stunning countryside views
  • Oil fired central heating
  • EPC- E

Immaculately presented - 4 Large double bedrooms - 2 Reception rooms - Large front and back garden - Parking for multiple cars - Stunning countryside views - 10 min drive of the A38 - Oil fired central heating - uPVC double glazing - EPC- E

Known locally as the gateway to the moor, Bovey Tracey has a thriving local community with a broad range of amenities, including independent shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. There are two local primary schools with secondary schools in the nearby towns of Newton Abbot and Ashburton.

Bovey Tracey sits a short drive from the A38 Devon Express way, so is the perfect location for anyone who is commuting to Plymouth and Exeter, with Exeter international Airport approximately 18 miles away.

The bustling market town of Newton Abbot is approximately 7 miles from Bovey Tracey, and has a wide range of high street shops, several supermarkets, leisure facilities, hospital and A&E department as well as a mainline railway station reaching London Paddington in around 2.5 hours.

This beautiful 4 bedroom semi-detached house is generous in size and sits in an elevated position within Dartmoor National Park, It enjoys stunning countryside views and benefits from a large front and rear garden along with parking for multiple cars.

As you approach the property up a short flight of steps, there is an enclosed south facing decked area to the front, this is fantastic area to sit and enjoy the spectacular views.

As you enter the property via the front door you will find the large living room to the left. This room is incredibly cosy while still being generous in size. It offers space for all the family to relax and comes complete with large wood burning stove and a beautiful picture window with countryside views.

Adjacent to the living room is the kitchen/diner. This beautiful farmhouse style kitchen has a generous amount of cupboard space which has been finished with a solid wood work top and slate floor. The oil fired Stanley Range is a real feature which is used for the hot water and heating as well as cooking. There is also an integrated dishwasher and double ceramic sink. This large room can also accommodate a six seater dining table and a free standing dresser if desired. From the kitchen you can access the front decking area via French Doors.

Leading off the kitchen at the back of the property is the second reception room/snug, this cosy room also benefits from a wood burning stove and lends itself to a range of uses, it enjoys views of the rear garden which can be accessed via the back door. There is a WC with plumbing for a washing machine and it also houses the freezer.

On the first floor are three double bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master en suite bedroom sits at the front of the property and enjoys fantastic countryside views from the large picture window. This is a generous sized room allowing space for a king size bed along with additional furniture. There is also a built- in wardrobe. The modern en suite shower room comes complete with a modern white suite and under floor heating. The further two double bedrooms are finished to a neutral décor with the rear bedroom enjoying views of the garden from the Juliet balcony.

The family bathroom has been finished to a modern standard with a white suite with shower over the bath.

On the second floor is the fourth bedroom, this large room is flooded with light from windows at the front and rear. There is plenty of space for a double bed as well as additional furniture, along with eve storage running the length of the room. This room has slightly limited head height in places.

Outside the rear terrace garden is a great space for a keen gardener and nature lover. Set out over three terrace levels there are two patio areas, as well as a large lawned area at the top, which is incredibly private. There is also room for multiple sheds if desired. The garden backs onto a privately owned woodland, which has permitted paths running through it. The current owner of the woodland is happy for members of the public to use the space for walking if desired.

To the front of the property is parking for two cars, along with multiple visitors spaces in a separate parking area. There is also a large grassed garden area, the current owners keep chickens, but it would also make a great space for play equipment.

This property is a rare find and offers all the benefits of quiet rural living while still only being a 5 min drive of Bovey Tracey and 10 min drive of the A38 dual carriage. This property has to be seen to be fully appreciated.


Council Tax Band

Local Authority
Teignbridge District Council

Mains electricity, Oil fired central heating, Private water supply and septic tank

Council Tax
Teignbridge District Council, Band C

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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