Crapstone

Fronting 'The Green'

guide 375,000 Freehold


DESCRIPTION


A beautifully refurbished Victorian bay-fronted end of terrace villa set overlooking ‘the green’ on the edge of a sought after village on the western edge of Dartmoor National Park. Facing south in this much admired position with a direct walk out to open moorland, the property includes a charming and secluded west-facing garden to the rear, side courtyard and a garage.
Rich with interior detail, this villa remains true to its period with unspoilt features enhanced with sympathetic improvement works carried out, both inside and out.  Noteworthy are the professionally sanded floor boards throughout which sets off the fine detailing embroidered over three floors but particularly embellishes the gracious hall and elegant 30' double reception room with its bay window looking out to the green and French doors to a private courtyard. The courtyard is also accessed from the breakfast area of a thoughtfully updated 22’ kitchen/breakfast room with granite worktops. From the kitchen area a door gives access to a utility room and cloakroom with the natural flow of the villa leading through a back door into a charming garden.
The ornate staircase rises to the three double first floor bedrooms via a landing leading into the full width bay-fronted main bedroom with a fully tiled en-suite wet room. Overlooking the rear garden is a guest’s bedroom (currently utilised as a study) and adjacent bathroom and cloakroom. Setting off the second floor accommodation is a stained glass window on the half landing and two very generous double bedrooms both with built in wardrobes and lovely outlooks. 
Well-thought-out attention to detail has informed each room – shelved alcoves & bookcases; built in dresser; cupboards and wardrobes, all combine harmoniously with the period detail. Consideration has been given to modern day living including a recently installed Worcester gas boiler providing central heating to radiators & towel rails; air circulation unit and uPVC double glazing along with the charm of a wood burning stove set on a slate hearth in the sitting room. These attributes all combine in creating a thoughtful and stylish energy efficient home.


THE FACTS


CRAPSTONE - 250 yard level walk to village shop and Post Office.   YELVERTON - 1.2 miles or a 15/20 minute stroll over Harrowbeer Aerodrome.    Town – Tavistock 5.5 miles.  City - Plymouth 11 miles.  Hospital – Derriford 6.7 miles.
Buses – The bus stop situated 175 yards at War Memorial. School bus pick up point and village hopper bus point linking Buckland Monachorum & Milton Coombe to Yelverton for 20 minute interval buses to Plymouth & Tavistock.
Services – Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage.
Local Authority – West Devon Borough Council   www.westdevon.gov.uk Tel: 01822 616939     Council Tax – Band ‘E’ £2008.30 payable for 2015-16
Postcode/SATNAV – PL20 7PL  Tenure – Freehold  
EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) – www.epcregister.com   Domestic register reference: 9222-2889-7008-9404-1551. Energy Efficiency Rating band D-56.
Agent’s Note – Electrical report completed in 2008; guarantee in place for damp & timber treatment and garden shed.

Important Notice
No information relating to the property, whether written or verbal, given by John Colton or his employees may be relied on as a representation of fact. No part of these particulars constitutes a contract, or part of a contract, for sellers or lessors or any other person or entity.  All photographs are recent and show only certain parts of the property. Any areas, measurements or distances give are approximate only.