Pease Park is a segment of a former Medieval Estate with this 1811 Apple Barn of Honey Coloured Limestone at its core; it has only been for sale twice in 500 years. Occupying a splendid private location with spectacular views over its own paddock and countryside beyond. Offering plenty of potential subject to planning permission to incorporate an extension to the side and the scheme possibly to include a garage. Accessed up its own private drive with no near neighbours. The barn needs further development to provide a trophy home to match the beauty and position of which to enjoy the far reaching views towards Dartmoor with its level pasture set in front of the property for the equestrian enthusiast to appreciate viewing their own horses from their home.
The Barn offers three entrances. Entrance in to the open plan kitchen/dining/sitting area with kitchen with partially vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, inset spotlights. Panoramic views from the kitchen over its own paddock. Kitchen with under counter units and wooden worktops with Central Island with a sink and half drainer and space for fridge. Five ring gas hob and built in oven. Enjoying plenty of natural light and good ceilings heights. Further Dining area offering plenty of space for formal dining with a Sitting Room area with exposed beams, focal Georgian Style fireplace with marble surround. Ground Floor with Study Area, inset gas woodburner, double doors opening out into the Garden Room. Master Bedroom with smart en-suite shower, hand wash basin, W.C. and further Cloak Room Storage. Main Bathroom, smartly tiled with Porcelansa tiles with Pea Shaped Spa Bath and shower over,
hand wash basin and W.C. Two Further Bedrooms with built-in wardrobes both enjoying plenty of natural light.
Gardens and Grounds
Property accessed via its own private drive leading to gravel parking area and large detached Garage measuring just over (7m x 3.5m) adjacent to the Barn. Sun Room on the rear south facing with its courtyard ideal for alfresco dining. Kitchen/Sitting Room/Dining room both have access from either ends of the property to the gardens and grounds. Detached Stable Block with two stallion sized stables to the rear set in a sheltered position with separate feed store, access to the paddock to the rear of the cottage; the paddock has its own mains water supply. Matured orchard area set in the gardens off the front of the property. Particular feature being the levelled paddock which the cottage overlooks, this is a rare occurrence to look over your own land which would suit splitting up to two or three enclosures ideal for the equestrian enthusiast. To capture the setting and features that Pease Park offers please do view the video footage. Please also see accompanying land plan.
Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage. Central Heating propane gas (Bottled Gas).
South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes TQ9 5NE.
Strictly by appointment with a member of the Rendells Team.
From Totnes proceed along the A385 to Dartington at the roundabout take the third exist on the A384 towards the A38 and Exeter. Passing over a mini roundabout, passing Dartington Church on your right and continue pass Huxhams Cross on your right and take the next right signed Staverton continue down the hill over the River Dart stone bridge over River Dart continue in to Staverton passing the Sea Trout Inn on your right, bear left up the hill and then turn left signed Kingston Parkingdon/Landscove at Moothill Cross continue straight over the cross roads signed Kingston Pease Park. Continue down this no through lane and the property entrance driveway can be found on the right signed Pease Park Cottage.