A superbly presented Georgian coach house with extensive front and rear gardens, 3 bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a first floor office, and 2 reception rooms over two floors. Situated in a particularly lovely spot in Highweek Village with open views to the rear, there is ample parking and an early viewing is highly recommended.
With style and sophistication, this unique detached property has been created by the skilful conversion of a Georgian coach house and stable block some years ago; to now provide a very special home.
Retaining some lovely original features seamlessly blended with modern benefits for up-to-the-minute living, the property is located in the exclusive enclave of Highweek Village with Highweek Church and the popular Highweek Inn virtually on the doorstep.
Newton Abbot's vibrant town centre with its attractive mix of high street brands and long-established independent traders, modern bars, cafes and restaurants and mainline railway station is around half a mile's walk.
Despite its most accessible position, the property enjoys an almost rural feel, tucked away at the end of a driveway and enjoying a wonderful open aspect from the rear across a neighbouring meadow and beyond. The gardens are a real treat, being completely enclosed with a pretty front garden featuring well-kept lawns, gravelled areas and mature planting. At the rear, a surprisingly large garden has a wide expanse of lawn, ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining with feature stonework. There is driveway parking for 2/3 vehicles as well as an additional gated hardstanding area.
The interior is presented in first class order with the ground floor including a light and airy sitting room with feature walk-in bay window, French doors, oak floor and open fire in a local marble surround. The functional kitchen has a range of oak-fronted cabinets, solid marble countertops and integrated appliances. Off the hall, there is a guest cloaks/WC and a cupboard currently housing a washing machine and tumble drier. A large separate dining room has bi-fold doors to the courtyard and to one end a two storey vaulted ceiling with glass roof floods this area with natural light. The first floor is currently arranged to provide a study/home office with bi-fold doors and glazed Juliet balcony taking in views and a gallery area adjacent to the vaulted glazed roof above the dining room. This area could be used as a large third bedroom.
Extensive and well-established feature gardens to both the front and rear which can only be appreciated on inspection.
Parking for 2/3 vehicles to the front plus a gated hard standing for a further vehicle.
Council Tax: Currently Band B