A very well-presented detached family home in this popular, moorland village, featuring 4 bedrooms, superb kitchen/diner, delightful garden and ample parking.
Ilsington is one of the most sought after villages on the southern slopes of Dartmoor. Situated within the National Park, some of the most beautiful parts of the moor, notably Haytor Rocks are close to hand. The village is known for its thriving community and there is a local pub, a shop and primary school. Ilsington is only 5 to 6 minutes’ drive from the A38 which means it is around 25 minutes from Exeter. It is only 15 minutes from the market town of Newton Abbot with its comprehensive facilities and main line railway station and under 10 minutes from the small town of Bovey Tracey.
Cherry Trees is a delightful, detached home, originally built in the 1960s and substantially modernised and altered since then. The property is bright and airy with spacious reception rooms. The kitchen is superb, at around 22 feet long it is a proper kitchen/dining room. Double aspect, it features a Rangemaster hob and oven, double Belfast sink and integrated fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. To the rear of the kitchen is the porch, which has fitted base and wall units and space for a tumble dryer. The 22 feet long living room has lovely views over the Teignbridge countryside and French windows onto the garden.
The 3 main bedrooms at Cherry Trees are at the far end of the property all leading off the hall and with substantial built-in wardrobes. The master bedroom features an en-suite shower room and there are 2 well proportioned further bedrooms. The icing on the cake is the fourth bedroom; recently converted to create an en-suite garden room, accessed from outside through French doors.
The gardens to Cherry Trees are mainly to the rear and side. Quite level, these are mainly laid to lawn and have been attractively landscaped with hedging, a little stone walling and a sheltered corner with arbour which is a very pleasant spot to relax, read and generally unwind. To the front is an extensive, tarmac drive with a lot of parking space. To the side of the property is a shed for storage and a greenhouse.
Main services, except gas are available and were connected at the time of inspection.
Directions: From the Drumbridges exit (Newton Abbot/Bovey Tracey) on the A.38, follow signposts to Liverton. After half a mile, turn right signposted Ilsington. After about 3 miles, drive through a beautiful wooded glen and to the edge of Ilsington village. Take the second turning left and Cherry Trees will be seen immediately on the right.