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Huish is a spacious Edwardian style home with generous accommodation and a self contained lower ground floor flat. It has mains gas fired central heating, is double glazed throughout and it enjoys superb views along the Upper Teign Valley towards Castle Drogo. The principal property has an entrance hall, a big sitting room with fabulous views, a dining room, fitted kitchen, w.c., a study/bedroom 3, a big master bedroom with a spacious ensuite bathroom, a large second bedroom with great views and a family bathroom. The lower ground floor flat has its own exterior entrance door, a hallway, sitting room, kitchen/dining room, bathroom and two bedrooms. The property also has a superb modern building comprising a large office, library and a double garage connected to the main house by a cloister with a glazed back wall and patio looking to the superb Teign Valley view. In all the property has about 3 acres of gardens and woodland yet it is only about 300 paces from The Square. Fowlers very strongly recommend viewing of this lovely home.
Huish has the privileged position of being both at the edge and near the centre of the thriving Ancient Stannary town of Chagford and it has superb views along the Upper Teign Valley. It is just 300 paces from the bustling town square which has a wide variety of day to day and specialist shops, four pubs, cafes and restaurants. The town has a primary school, pre-school and Montessori, a parish church, Roman Catholic church and chapel, a library, doctors, dentists and veterinary surgeries and a lively social round. There is a football and cricket pitch with a pavilion, a bowling club, tennis club, skate park and an open air swimming pool in the summertime. Chagford is surrounded by countryside, riverside and moorland walks yet is only 5 miles from the A30 dual carriageway and just about 20 miles from Exeter.
An attractive and sunny porch with a leaded double glazed Upvc door and windows, a tiled floor, a pendant light point and a broad leaded glazed inner front door to the hall.
The hall comprises a 'T' shaped corridor with original picture rails, two single panel radiators, three windows looking out to the views, two pendant light points and four wall light points. A panelled door leads to an inner lobby where there is a set of four steps up to the w.c., a door to the internal stairs to the lower ground floor flat and a door to the dining room.
With fully tiled walls, a low level w.c., an obscure glass Upvc double glazed window, a vanity unit with an oval bowl, a ceiling light point and a wall mounted Dimplex warm air heater.
The dining room has an arched granite fireplace with a fitted gas log fire, fitted moulded coving, three wall light points, a double panel radiator and a pair of Upvc leaded double glazed windows with window seats. An archway and two steps lead up into the kitchen.
An arched Upvc leaded double glazed window looks out towards the private drive and a further matching windows faces east across the front of the house to catch the morning light for breakfast. The floor is ceramic tiled and there is a range of base and wall cabinets with oak finished doors and drawers and roll top stone effect work surfaces with tiled splashbacks. A built in five burner mains gas hob is fitted with an extractor hood above and an adjacent double electric oven and grill and there is space for a washing machine and a dishwasher. A wall mounted Geminox mains gas central boiler is fitted and a double panel radiator. A Upvc double glazed door leads out to a parking bay just outside.
This is a big bright room with three windows looking out to the front and two rear facing windows looking out to the fabulous views along the Upper Teign Valley. Picture rails are fitted and a large marble feature fireplace with an open flue and a paved hearth. There are picture rails, moulded coving, four wall light points, three single panel radiators and a T.V. point. At the opposite end of the room is a small additional fireplace. An exterior door leads out to the cloister to the studio and library.
This is a large, bright bedroom with a Upvc double glazed bay window and side window. There are built in wardrobes with two mirror doors and there are picture rails, a wall mounted electric convector heater, four wall light points, a fitted dressing table and two bedside cabinets and a headboard. Four steps lead up to the ensuite bathroom.
A spacious and bright ensuite fitted with a spa bath with shower/mixer taps, a pedestal wash hand basin and a low level w.c. A Dimplex wall mounted infra red heater is fitted and a plumbed heated chromed towel rail. There is a deep built in toiletry cupboard and a large airing cupboard where the solar water heating monitor panel is sited. A broad Upvc double glazed obscure glass window faces to the side.
With glorious views along the Upper Teign Valley through a Upvc double glazed window, this bathroom has a coloured suite comprising a panelled bath with shower/mixer taps, a recessed low level w.c., a pedestal wash hand basin, fully tiled walls, and a single panel radiator.
This large double bedroom has a big bay window with Upvc double glazed windows with an Upper Teign Valley view and views to the woodland. It has built in double wardrobes and a large single panel radiator.
This room is front facing with leaded Upvc double glazed windows, a single panel radiator, picture rails, a built in double closet and a central pendant light point. It is currently a study but would easily be a bedroom.
The exterior door from the sitting room leads out to this connecting open fronted cloister which leads to the separate building where the studio/library/double garage is located. To the east facing side of the cloister is toughened glass with a superb view along the Upper Teign Valley and at the front is a sheltered patio.
This is a modern building constructed around 25 years ago for use as a private studio and library with a timber mezzanine area. It has its own mains gas fired central heating to radiators and a double garage at the furthest end from the house.
A superb working area with a bank of wooden double glazed picture windows with patio doors which look out across the driveway to the gardens and rear windows which look to the rear at the beautiful view down the Upper Teign valley towards Castle Drogo. It has built in work stations and ample power points, four wall mounted lighting sconces and one single panel and two double panel radiators. It is open up into the eaves with two huge pine beams and a stained glass Yin and Yang porthole window which is reflected in the concrete coping topping the upper wall in the adjacent mezzanine work area.
This large space is fitted with library shelving with double glazed skylights front and rear letting in lots of natural light. There are three double panel radiators and a staircase up to the mezzanine work area. A doorway leads through to the double garage.
A stylish timber slung work area with further book shelving and a central work island. Sited at this level is an Expelair extractor system. There are four ceiling mounted downlighters.
This is at the far end of the studio/library building and has two wooden, metal framed garage doors, power and light, a single glazed gable end window, two fluorescent lights and a wall mounted Vaillant mains gas fired central heating boiler for the buildings own central heating system.
Probably originally built to house a housekeeper, this lower ground floor accommodation is partially centrally heated from the main house and has two bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen/dining room and a sitting room. It has its own private front door but is also linked to the main house by an internal staircase. It enjoys lovely views over the Teign valley and to the woodland.
A Upvc double glazed front door leads into the flat from the side. The hallway has a single panel radiator, a pendant light point and access to a store room (7'3"x7'7"/2.31x2.20). A short flight of steps leads up to the internal staircase to the main house and the second bedroom.
With a view over the paddock and woodland to the Teign valley, this room has a built in double closet, a fitted electric flame effect convector heater, a pine woodblock floor and a Upvc double glazed window.
A bright room with two Upvc double glazed windows looking out to the woodland and across the Teign valley. There is a mains gas cooker point, an electric flame effect convector fire, plumbing for an automatic washing machine, picture rails, a pendant light point and a pine woodblock floor.
The bathroom is fully tiled and the bath is tucked into an arched recess and has shower/mixer taps. A pedestal wash hand basin is fitted and a low level w.c., a Upvc obscure glass double glazed window and a heated towel rail.
A double bedroom with a large Upvc double glazed window, a pine woodblock floor, a single panel radiator and a pendant light point.
A single bedroom with a pine woodblock floor, two Upvc double glazed windows and a cupboard and closet beneath the enclosed internal staircase.
A private drive in the ownership of Huish leads through granite gate posts from Mill Street and leads to an iron gate into Huish itself. The drive has a right of passage for a neighbouring house called Eastholme but this branches onto its own drive before the gate to Huish. Once through the gate the driveway and apron to the front of Huish is brick paved and stretches across the front of the house turning to gravel in the parking and turning area in front of the studio, library and double garage. The gardens are sited mostly to the front of the house and face south south west. In between the house and studio is a paved patio which is sheltered with a view to the garden at the front but a fabulous view of the Upper Teign valley through a toughened glass screen at the rear. Across the driveway and apron is a granite boundary wall with steps set into it which leads up to the lawned garden which has many beautiful mature trees and rhododendrons and a large lawned area with a double line of mixed hedgerows separating the garden from the former tennis court and the orchard. There is a superb view to Meldon Hill from the former tennis court. The whole garden is private and bounded by mature trees and hedgerows but it has a southerly aspect and enjoys plenty of sunshine. At the side of the house is a tiled parking bay by the kitchen door for parking to unload shopping, or alternatively as a parking area for the lower ground floor flat. To this side and below is a grassed garden area with a view over the Teign valley. There is also access to the woodland through a five bar gate. The woodland is stocked with a wide variety of deciduous trees in about a one and a half acre plot and in all the grounds extend to about three acres.
Mains gas, water and electricity. Drainage is to a private septic tank.
From Fowlers walk to the top of The Square and turn right into Mill Street. Where the road splits after about 150 paces, turn right into the continuation of Mill Street. After about another 150 paces, on the right, you will see a driveway through some granite pillars signed for Huish and Eastholme. Take this drive, which is owned by Huish, and continue straight on through the second set of granite gate posts into the front approach and parking at Huish.