3 Devon properties in the town, the coast and the country
PUBLISHED: 16:33 25 April 2016 | UPDATED: 16:33 25 April 2016
Every month we feature our favourite Devon home for sale from the town, the coast and the country
7 GRAS LAWN, Exeter, is set in a desirable ten-acre development in popular St Leonards. Built in 2000, the development is surrounded by trees and has attractive open spaces. The city centre is just a one-mile walk away. The property is a spacious five bedroom family house and has been well maintained by the current owners; it has been in the same ownership since the house was built 15 years ago. The well-proportioned accommodation is arranged over three floors and provides good flexible living, as well as having a garage and its own allocated parking space. The property is for sale at a guide price of £485,000 through Strutt & Parker LLP
tel: 01392 215631 struttandparker.com
MOROCCO HOUSE, in a magnificent waterfront position close to Bayards Fort, Dartmouth, is an early Tudor artillery fort built to defend the harbour entrance. The property is an historic Grade II listed former merchant’s house, understood to date from the mid/ late Georgian period. This unique home is beautifully presented throughout and retains a wealth of period features, including decorative ceiling cornices, fireplaces and arch headed sash windows. A full-width ornamental cast iron balcony to the front elevation features cross bars enhanced with ornate ornamental crosses. The property also features an unusual carved timber door case and studded front door. The stylish accommodation is arranged over four floors with stunning River Dart views from all the principal rooms. The property also has the advantage of a large garage nearby providing parking for one or two vehicles/boats. Morocco House is on the market with a guide price of £1,250,000.
For further information please contact Marchand Petit Dartmouth on 01803 839190 marchandpetit.co.uk
BONDSTONES, Iddesleigh, offers a unique opportunity to purchase an impressive farmhouse which was built by Captain Budgett, who was the inspiration for the War Horse novel. The property sits in its own plot of 8.5 acres of pasture and woodland, at the end of a country lane with far reaching countryside views towards Dartmoor. The accommodation offers a large kitchen, utility, five reception rooms, further storage rooms, eight bedrooms, two bathrooms, four cloakrooms, a laundry room, cellar and an impressive 85ft roof space which could be converted. Outside the property has a small range of outbuildings, ample off road parking and is being offered with no onward chain. The asking price is £795,000 through Miller Town & Country.
Telephone 01837 54080 millertc.co.uk