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St Levan is about 90 years old and sits on a level garden plot with plenty of parking and a garage. The house is presented in excellent condition having been extended and refurbished about 10 years ago to offer a very contemporary style of living accommodation which includes a large atrium style living room incorporating a smart fitted kitchen, a dining area and garden lounge. There is bedroom accommodation on the ground floor with a guest bedroom and a master bedroom with an ensuite dressing room and a bathroom with a shower. Upstairs there are three more bedrooms and a shared shower room. The property has the considerable benefit of fitted solar panels, full double glazing, mains gas fired central heating, a wood burning stove in the sitting room and all mains services. The front and rear gardens are level and designed to be easy to maintain. St Levan is a really outstanding home and must be viewed to fully appreciate just how good it is. During the Covid19 crisis Fowlers are still open for calls and emails, and many of our properties have 3D laser video tours available for virtual viewings.
Set on a private road in a semi rural spot and facing south west with views over field both front and rear, St Levan is only less than half a mile from the bustling town square in the thriving ancient Stannary Town of Chagford. Being set within Dartmoor National Park the town is surrounded by countryside, riverside and moorland walks and yet Chagford offers a wide range of day to day and specialist shops, pubs, restaurant and cafes. There is a parish church, Roman Catholic church and chapel, a primary school, pre school and Montessori, a library, doctors, dentists and a veterinary surgery. Leisure facilities include a football and cricket pitch, a bowling club, tennis club, skate park and children's playground. The A30 dual carriageway is only about 5 miles away and Exeter is just 20 miles where there is a main line station and an international airport with regular flights to London City Airport.
The broad open porch has a traditional red and black tiled floor and is broad and deep enough for a bench. There is a wall light point with a movement sensor and a panelled front door with a glazed pane above.
The hallway is bright with plenty of natural light from the Velux skylight above the stairs. The floor is engineered oak and the oak panelled doors have brushed alloy door furniture. There are matching brushed alloy switch plates and plugs, a wall mounted room thermostat, a double panel radiator, two ceiling recessed downlighters and a hard wired smoke alarm.
A bright room with an attractive fully double glazed bay window, an open fireplace, pendant light point, engineered oak floor, brushed alloy switch plates and power points and a large double panel radiator.
This is a charming room with a fitted modern design Heta woodburning stove set on a slate hearth and with a lined flue, a large double glazed bay window, a high ceiling, a T.V. point, two pendant light points and brushed alloy switch plates and plugs, a double and a single panel radiator.
This is a room with an easterly aspect for morning sun through the double glazed bay window. The room has an air circulation vent, four ceiling recessed downlighters, a double panel radiator, brushed alloy switch plates and plugs and panelled doors to the ensuite bathroom and dressing room.
A well fitted dressing room with fitted cabinets concealing hanging space, drawers and shelving, an air circulation vent to keep the clothes fresh, a double panel radiator and a double glazed side window. A spotlight track is fitted and brushed alloy switch plates.
A very smart bath and shower room with a Pocelanosa tub with side mounted controls and tap, a pedestal wash hand basin with floor to ceiling slate tiling and a shaver point, a low level w.c. and a walk in fully tiled shower with a curved shower screen and a Grohe thermostatic shower. The towel rail is heated and there is a radiator, an engineered oak floor and an air circulation vent.
This impressive extension is in the style of an atrium with banks of windows and terrific natural light. Off this superb living area is a utility room and a short corridor to the garage and another which leads to a guest bedroom and w.c. The whole room has engineered oak flooring and underfloor heating and orangery style self cleaning roof lights.
The kitchen is fitted with Harvey Jones cabinetry which are hand painted with panelled doors and drawers sitting beneath extensive quartz composite work surfaces with work top lighting which incorporate a Franke sink and mixer tap, a glass induction hob and a built in double oven and dishwasher. Downlighters are ceiling recessed and there is a tall larder cupboard, brushed alloy switch plates and a former recessed fireplace which is now shelved. Additionally there are two pendant lights and four directable spotlights. To one side of the kitchen is a small double glazed bay window where the breakfast area is sited.
An airy modern space with exposed structural elements, extensive double glazed doors and windows. The engineered oak floor is under floor heated and there are three wall light points and two pendant lights. With the doors all open this room is an extension to the garden as well as the house and it is a most pleasant space. A panelled door leads to an inner lobby with access to a w.c. and the guest bedroom.
An oak door leads into the w.c. and there is an engineered oak floor with underfloor heating, a fitted Porcelanosa low level w.c., a corner basin with a chromed mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, an extractor fan and a single ceiling recessed down lighter.
This room could be a great double bedroom or an additional study or studio room. It has double glazed windows and double doors to the garden and has an engineered oak floor with underfloor heating, five ceiling recessed down lighters and two wall light points. Switch plates are brushed alloy and there is a T.V. point and a wall mounted thermostat.
This room is located off one side of the kitchen and is fitted with an oak work top and a single drainer stainless steel sink above a hand painted timber cabinet with space for a washing machine and dryer. The splashback is a composite quartz and the floor is engineered oak. An air circulation vent is fitted, four ceiling recessed downlighters and there is a large cupboard with a large factory insulated hot water cylinder, the circuit breaker box and monitoring systems for the Velux solar panels.
This is also located off the kitchen area and it has an oak exterior door leading out to the driveway, two ceiling recessed downlighters, an engineered oak floor with underfloor heating, brushed alloy switch plates and an oak door which leads to a walk in cloaks cupboard with a hat shelf, space for coats and a further set of circuit breakers.
This is a bright space with a front facing double glazed window and an electric Velux double glazed skylight letting in plenty of natural light. The front window looks out towards Meldon Hill and the moor. Oak finished doors lead to all rooms, there are three ceiling recessed down lighters, a single panel radiator and an air circulation vent.
This shower room is shared by all the rooms at first floor level. It is fitted with a Porcelanosa low level w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin and it has a window that looks out to the front towards Meldon hill. There is a large shower and tray with a glazed screen and a built in thermostatic shower. There are four ceiling recessed down lighters, a heated towel rail, a shaver point and a grey vinyl floor.
This is a rear facing double room looking across the garden through two double glazed windows across fields to the Deer Park. There is a dimmer switch, double panel radiator, a T.V. point and access to the insulated eaves storage.
The double glazed dormer window looks out to the front towards Meldon Hill. A T.V. point is fitted, a dimmer switch, three ceiling recessed downlighters and a double panel radiator.
A rear facing double room with a double glazed dormer window looking over the garden to fields and the Deer Park. It has a double panel radiator, three ceiling recessed downlighters with a dimmer switch and there is access to an insulated eaves storage cupboard.
A large single garage with an attic space above. The garage is warmed by the Worcester gas fired central heating boiler and the underfloor heating manifold is mounted on the side wall. Power and light is provided and there is a wooden, metal framed up and over door.
The front boundary is marked by a picket fence and a gate leads up to the front porch. Granite steps at the side lead up to the front porch from the gravelled drive and in the front garden are raised borders behind low granite walls. The driveway is long enough for 6-7 cars and there is a cobbled parking bay just outside the garage. Pathways lead along the side of the house.
A paved patio sits to the immediate rear of the house and to the side of the garden lounge and diner. There is exterior lighting, an outside tap and a power point. The garden has a level lawn, and a Devon bank to the rear boundary. A vegetable garden has been created which is set in raised timber planters.
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage. Note: The drainage is to a South West Water owned septic tank.
From Fowlers front doors turn right and walk down out of The Square passing the Old Forge Cafe and down into Southecombe Street. At the next bend the road becomes Lower Street which drops out of the town passing the new primary school and fire station. The next turning on the right after the school is Broomhill which is a private road. Turn into Broomhill and the fourth house on the left is St Levan.