Savills | Broadhempston, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 6BB | New homes for sale
6,862 sq ft(637.50 sq m)
Guide price £2,750,000(€3,183,604)

BroadhempstonTotnes, Devon, TQ9 6BB

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Exceptional design and described as an architectural masterpiece
  • Nearly 6,000 sq ft of superb and beautifully appointed accommodation
  • Over 15 acres of grounds with stables and a four car garage
  • Superb dining hall with 3,000 bin wine cellar and gym
  • Discreet setting on the edge of a lovely village with glorious views over surrounding countryside

Superbly designed detached house, showcasing contemporary architecture at its very best. Set in over 15 acres of glorious grounds with stables, garaging and a 3,000 bin wine cellar

About this property

  • Built by Award winning developers Poppy Developments, Broad Park is a superb home, discreetly set amongst 15 acres of glorious rolling South Hams countryside. The architectural design has been described as a 'master piece' and the build was completed by local craftsmen who executed the project with outstanding attention to detail. On entering Broad Park, you are immediately aware of the scale of the design with the sight of a cathedral like glazed atrium. High above the entrance hall is an impressive glass bridge that stretches across the upper floor and is reached via the elegant floating staircase. There is no shortage of natural light. The open plan living area is encased with wall to wall glazing and a number of sliding doors, all leading to the wrap around terracing and offering sublime and far reaching views across the surrounding countryside. The living room is home to a beautiful Italian peninsula tri sided glass fire which screens the living room from the entrance hall. The Italian Designer Kitchen is fitted with a concealed drinks bar and coffee making area, Bora induction hob with integrated extraction, two Miele pyrotechnic ovens including a steam oven and a warming drawer and further integrated Miele and Liebherr appliances. To the rear of the kitchen is a large butler's pantry with double access and again is fitted to a very high standard with an integrated dishwasher. The laundry room is fitted with integrated white goods. The current configuration of the ground floor offers a gorgeous sitting room in addition to the main reception room. The sitting room which measures over 30' in length, was originally two en suite bedrooms, hence the explanation of bathrooms as illustrated on the floor plan, which discreetly remain in situ. The study is pre-wired for a cinema / media room. The first floor is beautifully designed as two halves connected via a glass bridge. The main bedroom is something of a show stopper with its own entrance vestibule, sitting area, dressing room and en suite bathroom. The wall to wall glazing with sliding doors opens out onto a full width balcony and offers far reaching spectacular views. There are three further bedrooms, on this floor, including the guest bedroom with en suite bathroom and private balcony. They say 'leave the best until last' and you would not think the house could be any more impressive than it already is, however the owners have converted half of the outbuilding to a superb double height dining hall with glazed doors opening onto the adjoining terrace and offering again, wonderful views. The dining hall is complemented with its own fully equipped and beautifully appointed kitchen and is flanked by glass fronted temperature controlled wine cellars housing 3,000 bottles (bottles of wine not included!). There is a mezzanine floor currently used as a gym but could provide a lovely home office.
    Outside the gardens are laid to lawn and offer a blank canvas for anyone wanting to create something rather special. The 15.27 acres include paddocks, gardens, a sweeping drive and ample parking. Outbuildings include a four car garage and a stable yard with two stables, a tack room and kitchen.

    The outstanding specification for the house includes:
    Alarm system with CCTV managed via the app
    Cat 6 cabling throughout
    Superfast broadband & 5G WiFi
    Remote controlled digital showers
    Automated roof windows
    Electric main gates controlled via the app
    Heating and lighting controlled via the app

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

I do not make sweeping statements lightly, but I have seen many houses over the last 30 years of all shapes and sizes... Broad Park has without doubt won a place in my top five!

Sarah-Jane Bingham-ChickProperty agent

Local information

  • Broadhempston is a thriving and popular village, located about 5 miles from the gorgeous market and waterside town of Totnes. This wonderful village is home to an OFSTED rated outstanding primary school, two popular village pubs, both serving food, and a well-stocked community shop / post office selling everyday necessities with fresh meat and vegetables delivered daily. The village offers many activities and clubs, including a village tennis court, a short mat bowls club, a table tennis club, a community woodland and orchard and a 10th Century church. The Broadhempston Village Fete hosts a traditional week of community events, with the fete being the final highlight. Broad Park, which is situated in a secluded spot on the edge of the village, is within walking distance of all the amenities. The town of Totnes offers a mainline rail link to London in under 3 hours, a wonderfully eclectic mix of shops, cafes and pubs, a medical centre, a leisure centre and a supermarket. A good selection of Independent schools, Academies and Grammar schools are in the area and you are never far from a stunning South Devon beach or the vast open expanse of Dartmoor. The A38 Devon Expressway which links to Exeter, Plymouth and the M5 is about 5 miles away.

Additional information

  • LP Gas, mains electricity and water
  • Eco waste treatment plant.
  • Heatmiser underfloor heating
  • Teignbridge District Council - 01626 361101 Council Tax Band G
  • Directions: From Totnes, take the A381 towards Newton Abbot. After about 2 miles and before reaching The Pig and Whistle, turn left at the bus shelter following the sign to the Tally Ho pub and Littlehemptson. Follow the road into the village of Broadhempston and turn right at the T-Junction towards Ipplepen. Continue until reaching the next T-Junction and turn right again, following the road up the slight hill and follow the left hand bend. The gated drive to Broad Park will be found a short way along on the right.
  • EPC Rating = D
  • Tenure = Freehold