… on the edge of Belstone, a fine, large, detached, south-facing Edwardian house on three levels with timeless views of surrounding Dartmoor and lovely walks from the door - a walkers' paradise. On the south side, an attractive, private, level lawned garden (good for ball games), with the moor beyond. For much of its early life it was a guest house offering a quiet sanctuary for its city visitors arriving by train and pony and trap.
Inside, roomy with typically high ceilings, large bay windows and generous proportions. Entrance hall (for coats/boots) through to large inner hall with original tiled floor; depth-of-house living/dining room with good laminate floor (rugs), woodburner, TV/DVD and lovely garden/moor views through large bay windows; second smaller living room with piano, handsome fireplace (woodburner) and more lovely views; fitted kitchen (dishwasher, washer-drier, microwave, oil-fired Aga, fridge-freezer, back-up electric cooker, Sheila Maid); scullery (Belfast sink) and loo (washbasin). On the south side, a little sunroom with cane chairs and lovely lazy views.
Stairs (stairgates) up to four bedrooms – a double (5’ bed, TV) with huge en suite bathroom (suite with separate shower and double washbasins); two twin (one with TV); and a single, all with lovely views; folding bed available; bathroom (bath, separate shower, washbasin); separate loo (washbasin). More stairs up to two further bedrooms – a double (5’ bed, TV) with large dressing/cot room and en suite shower-room (suite), and a twin with en suite bathroom (suite) - both with great views and low beams and sloping ceilings.
A delightful house in a beautiful area with direct access to the moor and just 400 yards from a pub.