Westerland, Marldon, Paignton, Devon, TQ3 1RR | Property for sale | Savills
3,828 sq ft(355.63 sq m)
Guide price £2,500,000(€2,850,528)

WesterlandMarldon, Paignton, Devon, TQ3 1RR

    Key features

    • Beautifully appointed with an exact finish to detail
    • Flexible and versatile accommodation
    • Stunning gardens, sweeping drive and numerous sun terraces
    • Prime location
    • Extensive outbuilding with garaging and workshop

    Immaculate home finished to an exact standard whilst enjoying beautiful grounds, numerous sun terraces, extensive garaging and fine countryside views.

    About this property

    • Dating back to the 17th century, The Old Coach House was formally part of the Compton Castle estate and has been in the same ownership for the last 36 years. Clearly a labour of love, this wonderful property has been enhanced greatly and has been finished to an exact standard throughout whilst still retaining numerous features.

      Inside, the entrance hall sets the tone for things to come and is perfect for welcoming guests. The free flowing and sociable accommodation leads nicely into the impressive kitchen/breakfast room where the modern kitchen benefits from high quality fitted appliances, granite worktops and a pretty outlook over the charming courtyard via a wonderful window seat. There is ample space for a kitchen table with a back door which opens onto the private courtyard. Rooms of particular interest is the incredibly spacious drawing room which is full of natural light alongside the wonderful dining room that has two sets of doors opening up onto the terrace - perfect for inside/outside living and entertaining. Further accommodation on the ground floor includes a useful utility room and two cloakrooms.

      The flexible accommodation continues on the first floor where there are five double bedrooms (three en suite) and a family bathroom in total. The most noteworthy of bedrooms is the principal room with its vaulted ceilings, floor to ceiling windows and balcony and a beautifully appointed and modern en suite bathroom.

      Gardens and Grounds
      The approach to The Old Coach House is simply outstanding, the gated drive offers a high degree of privacy with the drive running through the beautifully tended grounds to the extensive garaging. The lawns are immaculate and enjoy far distant rural views, numerous established shrubs and trees and a useful second access with hard standing parking for boats or caravans alike. Numerous terrace areas make the most of the area and are perfectly positions for the sunshine. To the rear of the house is the pretty courtyard with a mature vegetable garden including raised beds.

      The purpose built and cleverly designed garaging is a fine addition to the property. It can be accessed via a lift that bring you up onto the terrace outside the front door. Inside, the is a 47ft garage, office space linked the the gum, current golf stimulator and useful workshop with gardeners loo.

      Overall the outside space alongside the quality of the house inside is incredibly special and a viewing is highly recommended.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    The quality throughout The Old Coach House and its grounds is incredibly special, immediately on approach the wow factor hits you!

    Tom BedfordProperty agent

    Local information

    • Marldon is a village in the South Hams area of Devon, boasting rolling countryside and miles of unspoilt coast line and beaches.
    • The village is strategically placed within half a mile of the national road network and embraces the benefits of both rural and urban living. The Willows shopping centre is just 4 miles away and provides a wealth of amenities including Marks and Spencer, Sainsburys and Boots. Whilst just under a mile away is the well regarded Occombe Farm Shop that provides locally sourced produce from across Devon and the West Country and has an excellent cafe.
    • The nearby market town of Totnes provides a comprehensive selection of both independent and larger stores, public houses, restaurants, galleries and a leisure centre, as well as a mainline train station with excellent connections to London. For leisure, the beautiful Devon coastline is easily accessible for sailing and water sports, while the stunning Dartmoor National Park is also within easy reach, offering plenty of walking, cycling and riding routes.
    • The nearby harbour town of Dartmouth is rich in maritime heritage and offers a range of attractions with numerous festivals and events taking place throughout the year. The cathedral city of Exeter, approximately 23 miles away, is the most thriving city in the South West and offers a wealth of cultural activities with the theatre, the museum, arts centre and a variety of good shopping.
    • The property is within the catchment area for three grammar schools. The nearby A380 offers excellent road connections north towards Exeter and the M5, or west towards Plymouth.

    Additional information

    • Mains water, electricity and gas central heating
    • Private drainage
    • Directions: What3words: ///stem.sheep.sunk
    • EPC Rating: C
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G