Pitt Hill Road, Highweek, Newton Abbot

Pitt Hill Road, Highweek, Newton Abbot

Ref. 002084

Stonewalls is a very large executive detached home occupying an elevated position in Highweek, boasting fabulous far-reaching views combining both countryside and distant sea views to Teignmouth. This property offers four double bedrooms, two bathrooms, three reception rooms, a modern kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and a double garage! The gardens have been well landscaped with many mature shrubs and bushes; a generous lawn can be found at the top of the garden providing a wonderful vantage point. This property has remained in the same ownership for many years and has been well cared for, now offered to the market with no onward chain.

  • Superb far-reaching views
  • Substantial individual detached home with versatile layout
  • Annexe potential, three reception rooms plus study and utility room
  • No onward chain
  • Mature well stocked south facing garden with elevated views, roughly 0.31 acres
  • Expansive paved driveway plus double garage with electric door
  • Modern Wren kitchen/breakfast room with impressive granite worktops
  • Highly desirable road with excellent road links

Location part 1

The property is located in a highly desirable area of Highweek and within easy reach of the bustling town centre of Newton Abbot. Highweek has a public house called the Highweek Village Inn, a garage, village hall, and a late medieval church. Within the parish boundary there are two secondary schools with sixth forms, Coombeshead Academy and Newton Abbot College and another church: St Mary the Virgin, Abbotsbury.

Location part 2

Newton Abbot is a thriving market town offering a wide range of amenities including health and leisure facilities, a variety of comprehensive and private schooling, a fine selection of shops as well as a mainline railway station. Easy access is afforded to the expressway and in turn to Plymouth, Exeter and the M5 beyond. Nearby are the attractive resort towns of Torbay as well as the coastline and South Hams beaches. Dartmoor National Park is a short drive best known for its striking granite tors, steep wooded river valleys and heather covered moorland!

Accommodation part 1

The front door opens into an internal porch with glazed windows allowing in lots of natural light, this leads into the large and welcoming entrance hall with an impressive wooden feature staircase that runs through the centre of the property providing access to all three floors. Off the hall are doors to both the kitchen and living room, a useful coat/boot room and a study with views to Highweek Church and the surrounding land. The kitchen is beautiful with large windows overlooking the rear garden and it has been fitted with a contemporary Wren kitchen with stunning square edge white/grey granite worktops. There are integrated appliances to include a dishwasher, double height fridge, Hotpoint eye-level double oven, Zanussi eye-level microwave and induction hob, extractor fan over. Side access door - useful for bringing in the shopping! The kitchen offers a breakfast bar plus further area for a table and chairs and a pantry cupboard off.

Accommodation part 2

The lounge is spacious and enjoys the far-reaching views to the front, perfectly framed via a large sliding door with further windows which also gives direct access to the front terrace. There is an open fireplace with exposed stone perfect for cosy evenings in the colder months. The large terrace spans the full width of the property and offers an elevated vantage point with distant estuary/sea views. The living room is partially open to the dining room and creates a wonderful flow of the accommodation and feeling of space. The dining room is bathed in natural light with a wall of virtually floor to ceiling windows and sliding doors onto a patio. This room can hold a large dining table, a great spot to dine overlooking the rear garden to the rear and far-reaching views to the front of the house. A study can be found at the front of the property, a lovely spot to work with the views in the background. This room could also make a great playroom or hobby room.

Accommodation part 3

The lower ground floor hallway gives access to a large reception room which is a versatile room and could be used as a snug, games or hobby room, cinema room etc. There is a utility room and door to the side of the house and a downstairs WC. Access door into the integral double garage. This floor has potential for a self-contained granny annexe subject to any necessary contents. The first floor there is a galleried landing which features a large tilt and turn double glazed sliding door which offers the most spectacular far-reaching views along with direct access to a balcony to sit out and enjoy a morning coffee. A real 'wow' factor of the property is the elevation and in turn the views it has to offer.

Accommodation part 4

There are four double bedrooms, all with built-in recessed wardrobes and three with wash hand basins. The family bathroom is large and enjoys a four-piece suite to include a bath and separate shower cubicle. There is a further shower room on this floor too with shower, WC and wash basin. The property offers excellent views from both the front and rear bedrooms. To the front are the far-reaching views and to the rear is the mature well-stocked garden. There is a shelved airing cupboard and a further large storage cupboard. There are two loft hatches providing access to the loft with drop down ladders, lighting and partial boarding for storage.

Outside part 1

You approach the property via a large sweeping brick paviour driveway with parking for multiple cars as well as the double garage. The front garden has been well-landscaped with beautiful stone walls, a neat front lawn and well-stocked borders creating an impressive approach to the property. The double garage benefits from an electric up and over fob operated Garador door, modern ceiling with built in light panels, power and a courtesy door into the house. The boiler also houses the modern Vaillant boiler. Externally, there is access to both sides of the property via steps. Patios sweep round the majority of the property creating pleasant spots to sit throughout the day. The balcony to the front of the house occupies an elevated position capturing the views nicely, a very pleasant spot for outdoor furniture and pot plants.

Outside part 2

The garden to the rear is wonderful and can be spectated from all windows to the rear of the house. It enjoys an abundance of established shrubs and bushes to include Acers, Magnolias, Clematis and Rhododendrons to name a few! Steps or a sloped lawn lead up to the highest point of the garden which has an expansive area of level lawn which enjoys the most superb far-reaching views. Bird song all around and many lovely spots for seating. There is a useful storage shed and a raised former soft fruit bed for those interested in growing your own! There is a greenhouse and a pond to a lower section of the terraced garden.




Mains water. Mains drainage. Mains gas. Mains electricity.