Hennock, Bovey Tracey, Newton Abbot
This 5 bedroom Scandinavian style property enjoys far-reaching countryside views of the Devon hills and benefits from undergoing extensive refurbishment, including a new roof. Set on the fringes of Dartmoor National Park in an elevated rural position. Dartmoor National Park is best known for it's striking granite tors, steep wooded river valleys and heather covered moorland. Greystones is located on the edge of the lovely village of Hennock, within walking distance there is a primary school, The Park Arms (a 16th Century Free House) and many scenic walks. To fully appreciate the position and location this stunning property has to offer, viewings are highly recommended. This property was built in 1960 as a bungalow and was then converted into a large house in roughly 1985. In 2014 the property also benefited from an impressive list of upgrades and refurbishments.
Approximately 3 miles away (about 7 minutes) from Bovey Tracey known as "The Gateway To The Moor". Only about a 10/12 minute drive to Chudleigh providing access to the A38 serving both Exeter (approximately 30 minutes from property) and Plymouth (approximately 45 minutes from property) both cities that offer great shopping facilities. Many supermarkets close by in Kingsteignton, Newton Abbot and Exeter.
- 5 bedroom Scandinavian style detached house
- Set in an elevated position in a rural village location
- Large gardens with decking and large patio area
- Two large receptions with dual aspect windows and two balconies enjoying outstanding views
- Garage and ample off-road parking
- Please call 01626 897555 to arrange a viewing
Generous sized L shaped hallway with oak doors leading to all ground floor accommodation. Large feature mirror, set into recess with wooden shelf below. Two radiators. Carpeted. Stairs leading to the first floor landing. As you enter, immediately to the left hand side there is a door to
8' 0'' x 7' 7'' (2.43m x 2.32m)
Currently used as a coatroom, this versatile room would make a great study or small single bedroom. Double glazed window.
Hand basin and low level WC. Radiator. Double glazed obscure window. Feature splash back section of floor to ceiling tiles.
29' 9'' x 14' 11'' (9.06m x 4.55m)
(Measurement 4.55m into recess) This substantial room really does have a lot going for it. With the double glazed dual aspect windows overlooking the garden and enjoying astounding views of the Devon hills and surrounding countryside; it really is breath-taking. Coving and inset spotlights to ceiling. Engineered oak floor throughout. T.V points. Internet connection point. There are two radiators in this room, for optional heating, set into a recess there stands a multi-fuel burner with slate hearth and oak mantel over which is more than enough to heat the room. The woodburner has a back boiler which heats either the thermal store (airing cupboard) or the radiator in the family room above. There are sliding double glazed patio doors opening out onto the decking and garden and a further double glazed door opening out to the front garden. Oak framed single glazed bi-fold doors leading through to
23' 0'' x 15' 0'' (7m x 4.56m)
(Measurements maximum L shaped room) This sizable kitchen has ample cupboard space with a great range of wall and base units and drawers with solid cosmic style granite worktop over and tiled splash-back surround. There is a sink fitted to both sides of the L shaped room, one a butler sink in the utility side and the other a contemporary style 1 1/2 bowl sink with drainer and mixer tap. Plumbing for washing machine. Space for fridge freezer and further freezer if required. Space for dishwasher. Space for condensing tumble dryer. Range style cooker with electric hob, two ovens, heater trays and cooker hood above. Three double glazed windows. Tiled floor. Door to entrance hallway. Double glazed door to
Perfect for outdoor storage and boots! Door to wood store with external door to garden.
17' 0'' x 13' 0'' (5.19m x 3.96m)
This property offers great accommodation, with a double bedroom and en-suite bathroom on the ground floor. Perfect for when an elderly relative comes to stay! Engineered oak floor, radiator and double glazed window. Door to
Hand basin. WC. Bath with shower attachment over. Heated towel radiator. Tiled walls floor to ceiling. Tiled floor.
14' 10'' x 10' 2'' (4.53m x 3.1m)
Another double bedroom on the ground floor, next to the family bathroom. Radiator. Engineered oak floor. Double glazed window.
Ground Floor Bathroom
Three piece bathroom containing low level WC, bath with shower attachment over, hand basin with waterfall mixer tap. Tiled floor and walls. Chrome heated towel rail. Obscure double glazed window.
First Floor Landing
From the entrance hall stairs lead up to a half landing with double glazed window. Stairs continue up to first floor landing. All rooms except bedroom five are accessed via the hallway (bedroom five is accessed through the family room). Again, all the doors upstairs have been replaced with oak doors, really finishing the property off to a lovely standard. Carpeted. Radiator. Door to eaves storage space and door to
Home to the heat store which is connected to the woodburner, solar panels and boiler providing a more environmentally friendly method of heating the home and hot water. Great place for shelving.
16' 4'' x 15' 0'' (4.97m x 4.56m)
Generous sized room with 'his and hers' fitted wardrobes. Again engineered oak flooring flowing through the room. Radiator. Double glazed window and door onto the balcony enjoying those stunning far reaching views again. Door leading through to
Newly installed 2 seater wooden panelled sauna, with glass door. Fully tiled floor and walls. Bath with mixer tap. Shower area with glass screen, enjoying a rain head shower. Wash basin and mirrored cabinet above with shaver light and point. Fitted cabinets. Low Level WC. Built in towel shelving. Chrome heated towel radiator. Obscure double glazed window. Another door leading back into hallway.
13' 9'' x 7' 4'' (4.18m x 2.23m)
Oak engineered floor. Radiator. Double glazed window to rear garden and surrounding fields.
26' 5'' x 14' 10'' (8.05m x 4.53m)
Another spacious dual aspect room with wooden framed windows to the front, very similar to the living/dining room directly below. However the views from this room are even more extensive with the extra height. This room is currently used as a study/library, it could be used a second living room or dining room. Not only can you enjoy the views from inside, but also there is a door leading out on to the balcony, a perfect place to sit and just enjoy the pure bliss of the surrounding countryside of Hennock. There are three radiators (one connected to the woodburner in the room below), a fireplace with recess for fire and brick surround with oak mantel over. Double glazed window to side overlooking the garden. Door to
14' 11'' x 8' 6'' (4.54m x 2.58m)
Another double bedroom, which could possibly be used as a study. Double glazed window overlooking the garden and extensive countryside views. Oak engineered floor. Radiator.
Generous sized gardens sweep around the property, benefiting from the sunshine most of the day. From the sitting/dining room the sliding door opens out on to a newly fitted decked area, with ample room for a table and chairs. Then leads to a large patio area, with built in brick BBQ. The garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a good selection of shrubs, bushes and mature trees. Access gate from garden to parking area. Additional access to the rear of the property via a gate next to the garage. There is a greenhouse and wooden shed to the rear. Door to wood store then door to boot room and door through to kitchen. Outside tap and lighting.
Larger than usual garage. Could house 2 cars and still have plenty of storage space. Obscure window. Double up and over door.
Ample off-road parking
This property benefits from having solar heating and PV panels. 100% ownership comes with the sale. NO LEASE. Creating an income.
Directions from Centre of Chudleigh. Follow the main road out of Chudleigh towards Chudleigh Knighton on the B3344 passing over the A38 and Finlake Holiday Park. Take the next turning right into Chudleigh Knighton and continue to the centre of the village. Just after the Post Office turn right again (in front of the chapple) this should take you past Chudleigh Knighton Primary School and the Claycuters Arms (B3344). Follow this road towards Bovey Tracey past the playground on the left and take the second turning right signed posted Hennock. Follow the road for about 1.5 miles until you reach a sign post marked ‘Five Lanes’ at this point follow the road right (to the left of the post box) down a single track road, then take the next sharp right. Greystones is then 100yrds down the lane on the right (it’s the blue one).