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Dunsford, Exeter, Devon, EX6

5 bedroom house in Exeter

£725,000

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A LARGE DETACHED HOUSE AND ANNEXE, SET IN AN ACRE OF MATURE GROUNDS ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF DUNSFORD

Reedy House is a large (in excess of 2,600 sq ft) property that provides the opportunity for multi-generational living, with its internal annexe or the potential to easily convert it back to one large family home.

GROUND FLOOR

The property is accessed in a large open hallway with turned stairs and door at the end leading out to the garden. The hallway also features a downstairs cloakroom. The heart of the home and a room on most buyers wish lists, is the large kitchen/dining/breakfast room, with its 4 oven oil fired AGA and ample space for a table and separate sitting area. Off the kitchen is a separate utility room, which has its own door to the garden.

Across the hallway, the accommodation is currently laid out as a self- contained annexe including kitchen, which could easily be returned to being the principle sitting room of the house. The kitchen / sitting room is a lovely size room with a bay window overlooking the garden. Off this is a south facing garden room with separate access to the grounds.

The attractive annexe bedroom has the potential to be used as a further reception room or as a guest suite with bathroom containing bath and separate shower.

FIRST FLOOR

The turned stairs lead to a light and bright first floor landing, with access out to the balcony/ sun terrace which runs along the south side of the property, offering lovely views. The railings of the terrace are wrapped in Wisteria.

There are five bedrooms, albeit with the house laid out as an annexe one of the bedrooms serves as a sitting room. The sitting room has a build in fireplace with log burner and access out onto the balcony/ sun terrace. The master bedroom is on the south side of the house and enjoys the views of the garden and surrounding countryside. Off the master bedroom is a en-suite shower room and a walk in dressing room.

The remaining two good sized double bedrooms and one single are all served by a family bathroom.

GARDENS & GROUNDS

As soon as you enter the grounds through the five bar gate and approach the house along the gravelled drive, your eyes are drawn to the large variety of specimen trees in the garden and towards the stone built triple bay garaging and beyond.

The gardens extend around the house and are bordered on one side by the Reedy Brook. In total the grounds amount to approximately one acre.
Amongst the many features of the garden but worthy of particular note are the large level lawns, specimen trees, the Hornbeam hedges, large greenhouse and vegetable beds.

SITUATION

The property is located half a mile from the centre of the village offering the wonderful blend of being part of a community but not in the heart of village life.

Located on the border of Dartmoor National Park, yet only 6 miles from Exeter, Reedy House has access to the beautiful un-spoilt woodlands around Steps Bridge and a bus service to the city, making it a perfect family home.

DIRECTIONS

From the B3212 take the turning to Dunsford. After approximately 75 yards turn right signposted Tedburn St Mary (Reedy Bridge Cross) and the entrance to the property can be found on your left hand side.

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A LARGE DETACHED HOUSE AND ANNEXE, SET IN AN ACRE OF MATURE GROUNDS ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF DUNSFORD

Reedy House is a large (in excess of 2,600 sq ft) property that provides the opportunity for multi-generational living, with its internal annexe or the potential to easily convert it back to one large family home.

GROUND FLOOR

The property is accessed in a large open hallway with turned stairs and door at the end leading out to the garden. The hallway also features a downstairs cloakroom. The heart of the home and a room on most buyers wish lists, is the large kitchen/dining/breakfast room, with its 4 oven oil fired AGA and ample space for a table and separate sitting area. Off the kitchen is a separate utility room, which has its own door to the garden.

Across the hallway, the accommodation is currently laid out as a self- contained annexe including kitchen, which could easily be returned to being the principle sitting room of the house. The kitchen / sitting room is a lovely size room with a bay window overlooking the garden. Off this is a south facing garden room with separate access to the grounds.

The attractive annexe bedroom has the potential to be used as a further reception room or as a guest suite with bathroom containing bath and separate shower.

FIRST FLOOR

The turned stairs lead to a light and bright first floor landing, with access out to the balcony/ sun terrace which runs along the south side of the property, offering lovely views. The railings of the terrace are wrapped in Wisteria.

There are five bedrooms, albeit with the house laid out as an annexe one of the bedrooms serves as a sitting room. The sitting room has a build in fireplace with log burner and access out onto the balcony/ sun terrace. The master bedroom is on the south side of the house and enjoys the views of the garden and surrounding countryside. Off the master bedroom is a en-suite shower room and a walk in dressing room.

The remaining two good sized double bedrooms and one single are all served by a family bathroom.

GARDENS & GROUNDS

As soon as you enter the grounds through the five bar gate and approach the house along the gravelled drive, your eyes are drawn to the large variety of specimen trees in the garden and towards the stone built triple bay garaging and beyond.

The gardens extend around the house and are bordered on one side by the Reedy Brook. In total the grounds amount to approximately one acre.
Amongst the many features of the garden but worthy of particular note are the large level lawns, specimen trees, the Hornbeam hedges, large greenhouse and vegetable beds.

SITUATION

The property is located half a mile from the centre of the village offering the wonderful blend of being part of a community but not in the heart of village life.

Located on the border of Dartmoor National Park, yet only 6 miles from Exeter, Reedy House has access to the beautiful un-spoilt woodlands around Steps Bridge and a bus service to the city, making it a perfect family home.

DIRECTIONS

From the B3212 take the turning to Dunsford. After approximately 75 yards turn right signposted Tedburn St Mary (Reedy Bridge Cross) and the entrance to the property can be found on your left hand side.

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