Haytor Road, Bovey Tracey, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ13 9LL | Property for sale | Savills
2,932 sq ft(272.39 sq m)
Guide price £1,250,000(€1,463,135)

Haytor RoadBovey Tracey, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ13 9LL


    Key features

    • Superb detached home offering a great deal of flexibility
    • Finished to a high standard throughout
    • Wonderful private location
    • Established gardens of about 1.5 acres
    • Ample parking and double garage
    • Nestled within the Dartmoor National Park

    Substantial and highly versatile family home nestled in stunning grounds extending to about 1.5 acres in a highly sought after, private location.

    About this property

    • Meticulously renovated by the current owners and greatly improved, this former 1930s bungalow has been totally transformed creating a versatile and flexible accommodation space with modern, open plan family living in mind. Finished to a high standard throughout, this property provides an excellent family home as well as offering a fantastic opportunity for flexible and multi-generational living.

      This bright and spacious home has been carefully and thoughtfully designed by the current owners to create a fabulous inside/outside living, taking advantage of the sun throughout the day and inviting the beautiful surrounding grounds into every room. The welcoming entrance hall leads through French Doors to a wonderful bright, open plan kitchen, living space with a cosy wood-burning stove - perfect for entertaining, this modern, tastefully designed space offers the best in outdoor living with tri-fold and French windows opening almost the entire length of the room onto a terrace. The modern, fitted kitchen offers everything any budding chef could ask for. Fitted with double Neff ovens, integrated dishwasher and induction hob as well as oil fired Aga and wine cooler. There is a full height integrated fridge and separate freezer and a fabulous addition for any family home as is the double breakfast bar. Additional features such as concealed bins, pop-up extractor, beautiful quartz tops, USB charging points and integrated appliances give this kitchen a truly modern, bespoke feel.

      From the entrance hall, steps lead through French doors to the attractive main living room, benefitting from sliding doors along the length of the room and providing access to the delightful central terrace which wraps around the property; perfect for summer entertaining. Feature fireplace and wood burner provide a cosy focal point on cold winter evenings.

      The secondary well-fitted kitchen is an excellent addition for outdoor entertaining. With easy access to the conservatory beyond and extensive terrace, this galley-style space offers a range of units and worktop options as well as a Rangmaster electric range cooker, Neff integrated dishwasher and an integrated full height freezer. The conservatory beyond enjoys a wonderful aspect across the terrace and gardens.

      To the ground floor, there are two spacious bedrooms, one currently used as a study, both with modern en suite facilities. The larger, triple aspect bedroom enjoying sliding doors onto the terrace. To either end of the property, there are two staircases leading to two further spectacular double bedrooms on the first floor. Built into the eaves, yet providing excellent height and space, with light flooding the spaces through gable and Velux windows and offering beautiful views across the gardens. Each with modern, en suite shower rooms and eaves storage.

      Gardens and grounds
      This tucked away position just a short distance from the beautiful raw beauty of Dartmoor and Haytor offers complete privacy. Located off a shared private drive, with gates leading to a large turning circle and parking area with space for several cars as well as double garage.

      The extensive patio and terrace with ender edge LED strip lighting is accessed via a number of rooms in the home, wrap around the property and have been greatly improved and extended by the current owners. This fabulous space is perfect for al fresco dining, entertaining and barbeques with steps leading down to the lawns.

      The fabulous gardens extend to roughly 1.5 acres with an area of woodland beyond the hedging leading down towards Haytor road. Wrapping the property on all sides, the gardens are a delight. Completely private and enclosed, this is a haven for both wildlife and families. Extensive lawns interspersed with deep, well-stocked beds and borders provide a stunning, tranquil space surrounded by fields and nature reserve. There is a small area of orchard and wide variety of evergreen and deciduous trees, fruit trees, hedging and established shrubs such as beautiful rhododendrons and hydrangea.

      There are a range of useful outbuildings including a log cabin, currently used as a log store, but offering much potential with power and light already in situ and potting shed for garden storage as well as double garage with up and over doors and eaves storage.

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    Local information

    • This beautifully presented family home occupies a private, yet accessible position off a private drive within grounds of approximately 1.5 acres. This fabulous position is just a stone's throw from beautiful Haytor and its unparalleled walking and landscape. Haytor village is within a short distance with a very well-regarded public house, The Rock Inn and popular hotel/restaurant, The Moorland Hotel.
    • Bovey Tracey, just two miles distant, being known as the ‘gateway to the moor' offering a wide range of excellent amenities including library, community centre, takeaways, public houses, The Dartmoor Distillery, independent shops and galleries, garage, supermarkets, deli and butchers. It also has a bustling community with events happening throughout the year including the well-regarded summer craft fair which draws independent makers from across the county and various clubs, tennis courts, swimming pool and sports teams. Ullacombe Farm Shop and Home Café in National Trust's Parke are within a short distance of the property and provide excellent facilities.
    • Slightly further afield, the villages and towns of Lustleigh, Widdicombe-in-the-Moor and Ashburton are popular destinations for locals and visitors and offer community events such as the famous Lustleigh May Day, independent shops and boutiques and a wide range of public houses, cafes and amenities. The county's bustling capital of Exeter is just 18 miles to the East. This thriving university city offers a wealth of cultural activities from the theatre and museum to the art centre and galleries. There are a variety of shopping options from the new Princesshay development and John Lewis department store as well an array of interested boutiques and independent stores.
    • There are many well-regarded schools in the area including primary schools in Widdicombe-in-the-Moor and Bovey Tracey and independent schools such as Stover School as well as private bus services to Blundell's in Tiverton, Exeter School and The Maynard School in Exeter and St Peter's School in Lympstone.
    • Benefitting from the raw beauty and seclusion of the moor, yet being so close to excellent communication links is just one of the benefits of this wonderful home. The A38 is just 5 miles away, providing excellent links to the M5 at Exeter and the A30 as well as the South Hams beaches and Cornwall beyond. There are high speed rail links operating from Exeter St David's station to London Paddington, the Midlands and North of England. Exeter Airport has once again re-established itself and provides both domestic and international flights.

    Additional information

    • Mains water and electricity
    • Private drainage
    • Oil central heating
    • Solar panels
    • EV charging point
    • Directions: From the A38 from Exeter, take the Bovey Tracey, Drum Bridges roundabout and continue onto Newton Road towards Bovey Tracey. At the next roundabout, continue straight across onto Monks Way towards Bovey Tracey. At the Monks Way/fire station roundabout, take the first exit onto the B3387 towards Haytor and Widdicombe. At the fork, bear left towards Haytor. The entrance to the private drive to Torlings can be found after a short distance on the right hand side.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: F