Far End is an impressive and spacious detached house, built in the 1930’s to an individual and high specification, but modernised and improved by the current owners to create a comfortable modern home.
The property benefits from extensive use of oak and chestnut, with many bespoke fixtures and fittings, and the skill and craftsmanship of the original builders is evident throughout, and great care has been taken to ensure the retention of many of the original features, including a fireplace and stained glass windows, although many of the windows have been changed for period style units that retain the original character but with greater efficiency.
The property has a very sociable layout with two good sized reception rooms on the ground floor, with southerly aspects and overlooking the garden and western fringes of the town towards Dartmoor National Park in the distance. There is a modern kitchen/breakfast room with well built units providing plenty of storage and work space, and a utility area with side access, cloakroom and pantry. The entrance hall has parquet flooring and a lovely wood panelled staircase which leads to the first floor.
The first floor again, is well laid out with three good sized bedrooms all overlooking the garden, facing south and enjoying far reaching views towards Dartmoor. There is an ensuite bathroom to the master bedroom which has been upgraded and features a free standing bath with views of the garden. The family bathroom has also been modernised by the current owners to provide a further bath and separate shower. From the landing an original wooden staircase leads up to the second floor with a further double bedroom having a lovely nook for a desk, under eaves storage and a separate attic store room.
Outside the gardens are a real feature of the property and a testament to the vendor’s hard work and vision. During their tenure they have acted as stewards of the property and embarked on a replanting programme to provide a workable family garden with productive vegetable beds, small orchard area and plenty of vantage points to stop and admire the changing landscape.
From the High Street proceed in a westerly direction passing St Lawrence’s Green and Queen Elizabeth’s Community College. Far End will be found on your left just before the turning to the old hospital.
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