Foredown Road, Ipplepen, Newton Abbot

£650,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
A deceptively large detached property with a very large garden on the edge of a sought after village. Complete with 5 bedrooms, kitchen, sitting room, dining room, breakfast room, utility room, sun room, garage, workshop on a large plot of 0.46 acres. EPC Band D.

SITUATION

Pagrel is situated in the heart of the sought-after village of Ipplepen. The house is only a short stroll from the centre of the village and its extensive range of amenities including; a small supermarket, post office, primary school, two churches, public house, medical centre, sports field/play park and village hall. Ipplepen is conveniently located between the market town of Newton Abbot and the historic castle town of Totnes both of which offer a wider range of amenities and main line railway stations linking to London Paddington. The A38 Devon Expressway is also within easy reach which allows commuting to Plymouth, Exeter and beyond via the M5 Motorway.

DESCRIPTION

Pagrel was built in 1968 with a later extension added in 1994. The house has been a family home for the last 53 years and offers a fantastic opportunity for someone to update the property to today s standards and to make the most of the very large rear garden.

ACCOMMODATION

From the private entrance drive, a glazed door leads into the entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor and doors to a ground floor WC, coat cupboard and doors into the dining room with its original parquet flooring and a double-glazed window overlooking the front. A sliding door leads through to the kitchen, with a lino floor and a range of base and eye-level kitchen units. The integrated appliances of a double electric oven, Bosch integrated dishwasher and a 4-ring electric hob, are included in the sale. A door leads from the kitchen back to the reception hall, with a further sliding door from the kitchen into the utility room, with a mains gas-fired boiler and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. A further sink and door to outside. From the hall (which has the original parquet flooring under the carpet), a door leads through to the large sitting room, with an inset wood burning stove and tiled hearth, with large window overlooking the front and a glazed door through to the sunroom. This 1994 s extension creates a fantastic bright and airy Sunroom with sliding patio doors to the rear south-facing patio with stunning views over the large gardens beyond.

Upstairs the bright landing leads to bedroom 1 (double) a dual aspect room with door through to an en-suite shower room with a corner shower cubicle. Over the new extension is a range of fitted wardrobes with door to bedroom 2 (double) with stunning views over the garden and orchard beyond. There are a further 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom with an airing cupboard, wardrobe and under eaves storage access points.

There are 2 single garages either side of the property which, subject to the relevant consents, could be incorporated into the accommodation of the main house. To the rear of one of the garages is a large workshop.

GARDENS & GROUNDS

To the front of Pagrel is a level lawned area, with a flowering cherry and apple tree. Paths lead around both sides of the house, all with numerous access points from the property, leading through to the rear south-facing patio with a few steps down onto the main formal area of level lawn. There is an abundance of spring bulbs including bluebells, daffodils and primroses and eating apple trees bordering this area of the garden. There is a magnolia, a further flowering cherry and access points through a low brick wall leading to the large rear garden, which includes a number of eating and cooking apple trees and some large vegetable beds. There is a timber shed and glass greenhouse located to the side of the orchard area. The garden really offers the purchasers the opportunity of living the good life, with space for animals and lots of land to grow your own food.

SERVICES

Mains gas, water, drainage and electricity. Solar panels on the roof generating an income.

LOCAL AUTHORITY

Teignbridge District Council, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 4XX. Tel: 01626 361101. E-mail: info@teignbridge.gov.uk.

DIRECTIONS

From Totnes proceed on the main road towards Ipplepen, turning left at Causeway Cross into Foredown Road. Pagrel is the first left-hand turning after 50 yards or so, over its own private front drive which sweeps around to the front of the property.

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