A stunning Grade II listed home forming part of a beautiful manor house with fine proportions, period feature, garage and pretty garden.
Peamore House is a Grade II listed impressive Manor House which sits proudly within the outskirts of Exeter. Dating back to the 16th century there is a wealth of characterful features and grand proportions throughout, number 4 has no exception with superb living accommodation perfect for family life and entertaining.
Inside, the very well-appointed kitchen/breakfast is clearly the heart of the home and benefits from a wide range of wall, base and draw units with ample space for a dining table. Adjacent is the useful pantry, wine store, rear door and downstairs cloakroom. The double aspect drawing room is of particular interest with a stunning feature fireplace with wood burning stove and a pleasant outlook over the front garden. Further accommodation on the ground floor includes the dining room, again with a feature fireplace and pretty outlook.
The spectacular staircase is a particular feature and rises to the first floor where there are four bedrooms in total, two of which are en suite and a family bathroom. The principal bedroom has an attractive square bay window overlooking neighbouring countryside as well as a walk in wardrobe. A further staircase leads to the second floor where there is some flexibility, the current owns have it arrange as two further bedrooms, a laundry room and a further shower room. Subject to the necessary planning consents this could be a self-contained apartment or work studio if required.
Gardens & Grounds
Outside, 4 Peamore House has a delightful mature garden which has a perfectly places seating area to take in the beautiful setting. There is an array of mature flower beds and a Silver Birch in the garden offering a good degree of privacy. Outbuilding include a useful garage with a further store area above.
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The grand proportions are just stunning, I cannot fault the kitchen area alongside the impressive drawing roomTom Bedford