An elegant Edwardian house, occupying one of finest vantage points of The River Dart
Temeraire sits in one of the finest vantage points of the River Dart Estuary, offering exceptional views both up and down the river. This elegant detached Edwardian house was built in 1910 and offers well-proportioned rooms, all beautifully presented. The sitting room offers an exceptional floor to ceiling bay window which captures the view in its entirety, whilst the dining room offers a similar view, also from a bay window but with the addition of a window seat. The kitchen is fitted with free standing units and complimented with a long pantry / wine cellar and utility room with double doors leading to the wrap around terrace. The first floor offers a master bedroom with en suite shower room, 3 further double bedrooms, a family bathroom and further shower room. Both bedrooms to the front offer magnificent views of the river through bay windows and the bedroom to the rear has tri-fold doors leading to a private terrace, again with views upriver.
In addition to the house is a self-contained studio with a shower room and independent access.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
The gardens are delightful feature of Temeraire, with steps rising from Swannaton Road to a full width front terrace offering uninterrupted panoramic views and a well-established rockery garden. To the rear is a large decked terrace with an impressive rambling rector' rose covered balustrade and a primrose filled orchard beyond with an abundance of wild daffodils and spring bulbs. Beyond the rear boundary, the grounds known as Dyer's Woods are National Trust owned and offer 11 acres of woodland walks.
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Oh my goodness me... the view from Temeraire will really take your breath away! The house is real gem too.Sarah-Jane Bingham-Chick