Western edge of Dartmoor
Set in a tucked away spot, down a lane yet in the heart of the village in a private level 1/3rd acre garden

Guide of 535,000 Freehold


Sitting in a choice secluded position in one of Crapstone's most sought after areas ‘Westholme’ is a generously proportioned detached house with five bedrooms enjoying a beautiful, approximately third acre mainly level garden. The property was built in the 1930s and shows a distinct Arts and Crafts 'cottage style' undertones which were carefully continued in the 1990s extension.

A tiled overhang along the front elevation provides a covered walkway from the garage. The property is entered via a front porch, the ground floor divided centrally by a staircase. To the right is a good sized sitting room with front to back light, opening into a large conservatory that overlooks the rear garden. On the opposite side is the dining room overlooking the front garden. This opens into a large fitted kitchen/breakfast room with pine units and through into good sized utility room and cloakroom with adjacent walk-in storage, garage access and a stable door to the rear garden.

Upstairs the landing overlooks the rear garden. To the right (and front) is bedroom four and adjacent with a fitted wardrobe, bedroom five which is next to large family bathroom. A hallway leads to the newest section of the house with bedrooms two and three at front and further on to the master bedroom which is at the far end and enjoys a double aspect with two built in wardrobes and large en suite bathroom.

The property is tucked away and accessed off a quiet un-adopted road and has its own brick-paved driveway that leads into its garden which is secluded and mainly laid to lawn featuring some excellent established woody plantings and perennials. A summerhouse at the rear overlooks an attractive water feature and captures lovely site lines through the garden to the back of the house.



Crapstone is a highly a desirable village on the western edge Dartmoor National Park and a level five minute walk to open moorland for dog walking. A thriving village Post Office/ General Store are three minutes’ walk from the front door. Crapstone falls within the catchment area of OFSTED ‘outstanding’ rated St. Andrews Primary School, Buckland Monachorum. There are attractions on the doorstep with The Garden House, renowned in horticulture, just half a mile distant, and National Trust owned Buckland Abbey 1.7 miles to the south.

Villlages - Horrabridge 2.2 miles, Yelverton 1.8 miles ; Town - Tavistock 6. miles;  City - Plymouth 10.4 miles. Derriford Hospital – 7.2 miles.

Bus Route – Plymouth to Tavistock (from Yelverton), approx. 20 minute intervals.

Services – All mains services – gas; drainage; water and electric; gas central heating plus fire in sitting room; cavity wall and loft insulation; double glazing throughout.

Local Authority – West Devon Borough Council.

Postcode - PL20 7PR Tenure – Freehold      Council Tax – Band ‘F’ £2456.25pa payable for 2016-2017

EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) – Domestic EPC register reference: 8909-9894-4329-0797-8463. Energy Efficiency Rating band D-63.


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 These particulars do not constitute, nor constitute part of, an offer or contract, nor shall they merge in any offer of contract which may hereafter be made between the sellers or lessors and the recipient of the information.

The photographs show only certain parts of the property at the time they were taken. Any areas, measurements or distances given are approximate only