This 19th century Mill House is currently set out as two successful letting units as part of Fingals (the Upper Mill House and the Lower Mill House). Originally used as one home, it could easily be re-modelled to create a good-sized family residence, with an abundance of character throughout (part of the old Mill workings are still in the cellar). Particular features in the Lower Mill House are a light and airy sitting room with wooden and stone floors, brick arches with exposed stone work and a focal fireplace. The Upper Mill House has a large conservatory with
a walled sun terrace and a cosy sitting room with woodburner. There is a mezzanine gallery, lined with bookshelves, overlooking the dining area.
There is a delightful walled garden with lawns, vegetable patch and good-sized wooden studio (the garden could be excluded from the sale if not required). A lower courtyard offers further seclusion with steps leading to a barn which could be suitable for additional accommodation, a games room or a home office subject to the necessary planning consents.
Upper Mill House First Floor - Accommodation
The entrance is from the enclosed walled terraced through the large conservatory with tiled floor. A cosy sitting room with in-set woodburner and exposed wooden beams. Dining hall with galleried mezzanine above. Galley kitchen with a range of wall mounted and under counter cupboards, built-in oven and 4 ring gas hob, built-in Neff dishwasher. Family bathroom with wash hand basin and vanity unit. Bath with shower over and linen cupboard. Three good size bedrooms. The master bedroom has a bath/shower ensuite, W.C. and wash hand basin. This bedroom opens out onto the terrace. Steps lead up from the dining area to the mezzanine.
Lower Mill House Ground Floor - Accommodation
Coming down the drive to the main entrance the ground floor is entered up a couple of steps through a stained glass door into the impressive sitting room with exposed stonework, wooden floors, focal fireplace and brick arches leading through to the kitchen dining area. Kitchen is fully equipped with a range of wooden wall mounted and under counter units with wooden work tops, 4 ring gas hob, built- in oven, built-in Bosch dishwasher. There is a gas fired range set into a brick arch. Offering two large bedrooms one opening out onto the secluded rear courtyard with a good size family Jack and Jill bathroom with bath/shower, wash hand basin and W.C, the other is currently a family room.
There is parking for 2/3 vehicles above the upper terrace giving access to Upper Mill House and the walled gardens with plenty of scope to create further parking. The stone walled garden offers plenty of space for the green fingered with vegetable growing areas, space for chickens and lawn areas. Large terrace with stone steps leading down to a lower courtyard with raised bed and ferns leading to the stone barn which could be suitable for conversion into additional accommodation or studio subject to the necessary planning consents.
Mains water, mains electricity, private drainage septic tank, LPG gas, air source heat pump.
South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes TQ9 5NE.
Strictly by appointment with a member of the Rendells Team.