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Haldon Drive, Dunchideock, Exeter, EX6

6 bedroom house in Dunchideock

Guide price £800,000 Freehold

  • 6
  • Detached six bedroom family house  |  Panoramic views  |  Period features  |  Impressive 30 ft sitting room with log burner  |  Kitchen and breakfast room  |  Dining room/ snug  |  Music room and office  |  Large mature gardens  |  Garage

A substantial detached family home set within 1.3 acres of mature gardens with stunning views and in a sought after location.

Built from the ruins on the original Haldon Estate, Lawrence House is an impressive property split over four levels presenting a contemporary interior yet retaining its heritage hallmarks wherever possible.

THE PROPERTY:

Approached from the front via a long sweeping driveway, this charming property emerges from the trees behind. The garden leads towards the front steps where, on entering the property, there is a striking elegant Gothic stone doorway.

Walking through, the 30ft sitting room impresses with its parquet flooring, large wall-to-wall windows and French doors. On the opposite end to the stone and brick fireplace with log burner is a semi octagonal alcove.

Leading on, the kitchen and breakfast room are the hub of the house with exposed wooden beams and large floor to ceiling doors that once again boast remarkable views.

A dining room, currently used as a snug, leads off the kitchen where the semi-circular windows, exposed carved stonework and stained-glass windows are a feature of the room.

Stairs from the breakfast room lead to a spacious landing to further enjoy the views. The master bedroom has a double height ceiling which frames the circular Gothic stained-glass window, while a set of French doors open out on to a balcony.

A further three well-proportioned bedrooms are located on the first floor and one in particular draws interest from its semi-octagonal shape.

In addition, there are two family bathrooms and an office on the same floor. The master bathroom has the luxury of an over-sized bath, separate shower and twin basins. On the second floor, there are two further large bedrooms.

Built over four levels, this light and airy family home continues to impress with plentiful storage on every level, a useful utility area on the ground floor and a further room currently used as a music room.

OUTSIDE:

The garden encompasses approximately 1.3 acres and benefits from mature sycamore and yew trees alongside abundant flowerbeds and several lawns.

The garage and lean-to greenhouse adjoin the property and a sizeable shed can also be found tucked away in the garden.

To the rear, a large decked area offers ample entertaining space and commanding views.

UTILITIES:

Council tax band G
Teignbridge County Council
Mains water and electricity
Oil central heating
Borehole and private drainage

Directions
From Exeter, proceed to the south of the A30 dual carriageway into the village of Ide. Continue up through the centre of the village and continue over the mini-roundabout up the hill towards Dunchideock.

Continue towards the village and turn left down the private lane towards the Lord Haldon Hotel. Continue through the car park and the entrance to the property will be found shortly after on the right handside.

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A substantial detached family home set within 1.3 acres of mature gardens with stunning views and in a sought after location.

Built from the ruins on the original Haldon Estate, Lawrence House is an impressive property split over four levels presenting a contemporary interior yet retaining its heritage hallmarks wherever possible.

THE PROPERTY:

Approached from the front via a long sweeping driveway, this charming property emerges from the trees behind. The garden leads towards the front steps where, on entering the property, there is a striking elegant Gothic stone doorway.

Walking through, the 30ft sitting room impresses with its parquet flooring, large wall-to-wall windows and French doors. On the opposite end to the stone and brick fireplace with log burner is a semi octagonal alcove.

Leading on, the kitchen and breakfast room are the hub of the house with exposed wooden beams and large floor to ceiling doors that once again boast remarkable views.

A dining room, currently used as a snug, leads off the kitchen where the semi-circular windows, exposed carved stonework and stained-glass windows are a feature of the room.

Stairs from the breakfast room lead to a spacious landing to further enjoy the views. The master bedroom has a double height ceiling which frames the circular Gothic stained-glass window, while a set of French doors open out on to a balcony.

A further three well-proportioned bedrooms are located on the first floor and one in particular draws interest from its semi-octagonal shape.

In addition, there are two family bathrooms and an office on the same floor. The master bathroom has the luxury of an over-sized bath, separate shower and twin basins. On the second floor, there are two further large bedrooms.

Built over four levels, this light and airy family home continues to impress with plentiful storage on every level, a useful utility area on the ground floor and a further room currently used as a music room.

OUTSIDE:

The garden encompasses approximately 1.3 acres and benefits from mature sycamore and yew trees alongside abundant flowerbeds and several lawns.

The garage and lean-to greenhouse adjoin the property and a sizeable shed can also be found tucked away in the garden.

To the rear, a large decked area offers ample entertaining space and commanding views.

UTILITIES:

Council tax band G
Teignbridge County Council
Mains water and electricity
Oil central heating
Borehole and private drainage

Directions
From Exeter, proceed to the south of the A30 dual carriageway into the village of Ide. Continue up through the centre of the village and continue over the mini-roundabout up the hill towards Dunchideock.

Continue towards the village and turn left down the private lane towards the Lord Haldon Hotel. Continue through the car park and the entrance to the property will be found shortly after on the right handside.

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