A beautifully presented property set in an exclusive development within the Dartmoor National Park.
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11 Great Tree Park is a beautifully presented property which has been extensively updated by the current owners. The property is an excellent family home providing light-filled accommodation arranged over two floors, and has been cleverly designed to maximise views over the National Park. The ground floor accommodation briefly comprises a welcoming reception hall which opens into a good-size kitchen/dining room with wooden flooring throughout; together with a large dual aspect sitting room with a fireplace and shuttered French doors to the garden. The rear aspect kitchen features a range of attractive, neutral fitted units with granite worktops, modern integrated appliances and a gas Rangemaster cooker, while the dining area has French doors to the rear terrace and ample space for a sizeable table.
On the first floor, the property offers a spacious master bedroom with fitted storage and a contemporary en suite shower room. There are two further well-proportioned rear aspect bedrooms and a stylish family bathroom with a freestanding bath and separate walk-in shower.
The entrance drive leads from the road through automatic, electrically operated entrance gates, to a paved park and turning area. The property has plenty of private parking, provided by a garage and carport. A paved pathway leads to the front door, flanked by easy-to-maintain gravel and shrubs. 11 Great Tree Park is an end-of-terrace property, meaning its garden wraps around the back and side of the house, and is one of the largest gardens in the development. The delightful garden is primarily paved and gravelled, with an array of colourful planting in the borders. There is a terrace which provides the perfect place for al fresco dining and entertaining, and a pathway leads to a raised gravelled area from where lovely views of the surrounding landscape can be appreciated.
At the foot of the garden, a gate lies within the wrought iron railings and provides access to the communal gardens. With an array of lawn, orchards, meadows, and natural woodland, the communal grounds measure approximately 18 acres and provide a very special area of amenity land for the occupiers of the development. Key features include a secluded, typical Dartmooor valley with large granite boulders, two streams, and a peaceful wood that is a haven for wild flora and fauna such as bluebells, deer, foxes and badgers.
The highly sought-after Great Tree Park development occupies an enviable woodland location on the eastern side of the Dartmoor National Park, just outside of the hugely popular town of Chagford. This part of moor is renowned for its magnificent scenery, and together with the Teign Valley, offers a great number of fine walks, excellent opportunity for riding and various outdoor pursuits, together with cultural landmarks such as Castle Drogo. Chagford, approximately two miles away, also offers a wide range of amenities including churches, a primary school, Montessori nursery school, and a health and dental centre. There is also a wide range of shops, including a delicatessen, ironmongers, wine merchant and a number of boutiques, plus a good selection of cafes, pubs and restaurants.
The thriving city of Exeter is approximately 20 miles away and provides a wealth of retail, leisure, and cultural amenities including a theatre, museum, arts centre, a wealth of shopping and fine restaurants. There are good road links with the A30, just two miles away, providing a fast route to North and South Devon and Cornwall. The M5 motorway at Exeter provides access to Bristol and London (M4) and to the North. The A38 to Plymouth is just south of Chagford and Exeter also provides regular rail services to London Paddington in as little as just over two hours. Exeter has an International Airport with an ever-increasing number of domestic and international flights that include daily flights to London City Airport.
From Exeter and junction 30 of the M5, take the A30, following signs for Okehampton. Continue for about 16 miles turning off at Whiddon Down. Proceed past the petrol station on the right and at the roundabout turn left towards Moretonhampstead on the A382. Continue along this road for approximately 2 miles and the gated entrance to Great Tree Park is found on the right hand side.Read all
- Beautifully presented property
- Access to approximately 18 acres of communal grounds
- Three bedrooms
- Gardens and views
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