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Great Drewston is set in beautiful Dartmoor National Park and is a large granite home with great character and with two very big reception rooms, a cosy sitting room, a large kitchen/breakfast room with a pantry, a downstairs cloakroom/shower room, a first floor gallery overlooking the drawing room, a bathroom and four bedrooms including a master suite incorporating an ensuite shower room. The house is not listed and is partially double glazed and fully centrally heated by an oil fired boiler. The gardens are about an acre and have a large terrace, a patio, an extensive lawn and enjoy great privacy. There is parking and a single garage. This would be a superb family home and Fowlers strongly recommend viewing.
Drewston is a small rural settlement about 2 miles from Chagford and Moretonhampstead. It sits just about half a mile from the A382 in a quiet spot surrounded by beautiful Dartmoor countryside. From the garden of Great Drewston there are great views across to Castle Drogo and the Teign Valley. The nearby towns of Moretonhamsptead and Chagford offer primary schooling, libraries, surgeries for doctors, dentists and vets, parish church, chapel and in Chagford a Roman Catholic church. There are day to day and specialist shops, pubs and cafes. The whole area has numerous countryside and riverside walks and the A30 is only about 5 miles away and Exeter about 15 miles via the B3212 Teign Valley road.
A long verandah supported on oak uprights shelters a sitting area, the broad double glazed front window and the single glazed portcullis door.
This is a very spacious room with plenty of natural light, a large granite fireplace with provision for a flue and a stone hearth and a handsome Escala slate floor with natural whorls and some fossils visible. A door leads out to the yard at the rear and there is a slit window, two cast iron radiators, a staircase to the first floor, exposed beams and uprights and a plank and muntin screen to one end separating the drawing room. An ancient arched oak door frame leads into the drawing room.
This a big double height room overlooked by a first floor gallery and with a big granite fireplace with a granite heart, a big bressemer beam and a fitted woodburning stove with a lined flue. Two large double glazed windows with hardwood cills mounted half way up the wall allow in lots of natural light which is further enhanced by the two large double glazed Velux skylights above the first floor gallery. There are two single panel radiators and an oak door to the sitting room set beneath an oak lintel.
A smaller and cosy room with a granite plinth and fitted woodburning stove and lined flue. There is a double glazed window looking out to the terrace and garden and a door which leads to the terrace. A TV point is fitted, six LED lights and a single panel radiator.
A part glazed door leads out to the rear yard and the floor is laid with terracotta tiles beneath a central pendant light point. Doors lead to the kitchen/breakfast room and to the cloakroom/shower room. A cast iron radiator is fitted.
A split level room with a partial division by ancient timber uprights. It has a terracotta tiled floor to the lower level and slate tiles to the upper level. At the lower level is space for coats and boots and the floor mounted Eurostar oil fired central heating boiler. The upper level has a shower cubicle which is tiled with a built in thermostatic shower, a glass screen and door, a white porcelain basin on matching legs and a low level w.c. Two windows face out to the garden.
The kitchen has three exposed granite walls and a large window and window seat on the garden side and a broad part glazed stable door to the yard. A cream four oven Aga is fitted and the floor is laid with terracotta tiles. The kitchen cabinets are hand built with oak doors and granite work tops and splashbacks with a carved drainer and a double bowl white glazed sink with mixer taps. A six burner propane gas hob is fitted and there is a stainless steel cooker hood and lights above and an electric fan oven beneath. There are twelve downlighters and a TV point and a former bank vault gate which leads into the pantry.
A granite step drops down into the terracotta floored pantry which has a range of shelved storage cupboards with oak doors, granite walls and a ceiling light point.
A long split level landing with two windows looking to the yard at the rear and a large Velux skylight above the upper landing. There is a built in linen cupboard, a cast iron radiator and the floor is laid to oak.
This big bright space overlooks the drawing room and is lit from above by two big Velux double glazed skylights. A balustrade is fitted, four power points and a ceiling light point.
A modest double bedroom with a window looking out to the garden, a pine floor and a cast iron radiator.
A mezzanine room with a pine floored first floor entrance area and a metal spiral staircase to the roof space where there are open eaves and space for a double bed. There are some further eaves storage cupboards built in. A large Velux window lights the room and there are two wall light points and a spotlight above the staircase.
An oak floored room with a large composite bath with side mounted shower/mixer taps, a low level w.c., a porcelain basin with matching legs set beneath the double glazed window, a shaver point, a heated towel rail and a built in shelved toiletry cupboard.
This is a spacious room with a dual aspect and double glazed windows. There is one wall light point and a large single panel radiator.
A large sleeping and dressing space with an ensuite shower. Wardrobes are built in and have hanging space, ample space for a four poster bed, settee and dressers, a double glazed door to the upper patio, a TV point, four downlighters and a door to the ensuite. The ensuite shower room is 8'5"x 6'3"(2.56mx1.90m) and features a built in shower with a tiled cubicle and glazed shower screen and door, a low level w.c., a slate floor, a shaver point and an electric wall mounted radiator.
The garden extends to about an acre and a broad five bar gate leads into the garden from the lane and a short paved drive leads around to the front of the house where there is a large paved terrace which could be used for parking if need be. The main parking is at the rear in the yard. The terrace is bounded by raised granite planters and retaining walls behind which is the very large lawned garden which rises gently at first and then a little more steeply to a granite wall at the top from where there is a great view over the Dartmoor countryside to the Teign Valley and Castle Drogo. Part way up the garden is a large level grassed area which is ideal as a vantage point and sitting area. Steps from the terrace are stone topped and lead up to a paved sitting area outside the master bedroom suite. Sited in the garden is a wooden summerhouse (7'7"x5'8"/2.31m x 1.72m) and a large wooden garden shed (12' x 6'6"/3.65m x 1.98m).
At the rear of the house is a yard across which the boundary line runs on plan. The access is shared with the neighbouring property but each has its own defined parking area. A stone exterior staircase rises to the oak door to the rear of the dining hall reception and there is a door from the yard to the inner lobby and the kitchen. There is parking and access to the single garage. A stone staircase rises from beside the garage to the main garden.
A granite built integral single garage with power and light.
From Fowlers drive down out of The Square and leave the town past the new primary school. After about 1.5 miles you will reach the A382 at the crossroads at Easton Cross. Turn right and drive for about a mile until you come to the blue house on the right, where you turn right. About half a mile up the lane Great Drewston is on the left.