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Dulverton Town, Dulverton

Somerset
10 Mar 2014

Stags - Dulverton
Address of property to sell:
Greenstead House, Dulverton Town, Dulverton
TA22 9DJ
Telephone: 01398 323174
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£595,000

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FULL DETAILS

Property features

• Sitting Room
• Dining Room
• Kitchen
• 4 Bedrooms
• Study/Bedroom 5
• 2 Bath/Shower Rooms
• Private Mature Gardens
• Garage and Workshops

A beautifully designed contemporary single storey residence set in private gardens in the centre of Dulverton. 2 reception rooms, kitchen, rear hall, 4/5 bedrooms, study/ bedroom 5, 2 bath/shower rooms, garage, large landscaped gardens. EPC Band D

Heavenly Cape Cod in Exmoor
This robust wooden structure, known as a Devon Lady, was built in 1964. It has been completely remodelled to provide a stunning looking house. It sits high on its beautifully landscaped garden filling the house with light. The property has been cleverly decorated with a limited palette of natural tones.

DULVERTON TOWN
Greenstead House sits quietly in its walled and hedged garden in the centre of this lovely Somerset town.

Set in the Barle valley and moments away from Exmoor itself, the town boasts several restaurants, a selection of food shops, a bank, chemist, doctors, dentists, vet, post office, a busy Town Hall and even a laundry. Oh yes…and four pubs!

THE HOUSE AND GARDEN
The RECEPTION HALL is clad in tongue and groove. Four double fronted deep cupboards run from floor to ceiling and this floor is tiled in matt black. Direct entrance to the bleached pine floor KITCHEN. Here is the stunning state-of-the-art central island unit, designed specifically for this kitchen, having a stainless steel work surface, bars, rails and poles. The lower half is wooden and in the shaker style, matching the cupboards under the double ceramic sink. The ceiling is ribbed and bolted, the walls a mix of painted brick and tongue and groove pine. Through to the DINING area with large westerly facing windows and south facing French doors leading out onto the wooden terrace. From the head of the table you can see the sun both rise and set.

The entire dining area and adjoining SITTING ROOM have tongue and groove semi vaulted ceilings and walls, bleached floors with a central painted brick chimney for the wood burner.

The entire dining area and adjoining SITTING ROOM have tongue and groove semi vaulted ceilings and walls, bleached floors with a central painted brick chimney for the wood burner. The light pours into these lovely rooms and the views over the garden and into the fields and hills beyond are just beautiful. Through one of the porthole doors into the long HALL which stretches from the kitchen right through to the last bedroom. The lighting is tastefully designed throughout this house, but is noticeably special along this corridor. Leading off this is the computer STUDY and store, then the SHOWER ROOM and next to this the BATH ROOM. Both interestingly combine bold reclaimed fitted furniture with very contemporary fittings and ceramic suites. Across the hallway is the lovely tongue and groove semi vaulted MASTER BEDROOM. The views across the garden and of Somerset skies in this south facing room make staying in bed with the flu almost acceptable!! Through the central hall door are two double BEDROOMS, both tongue and groove with ribbed and bolted ceilings, a painted brick wall each, bleached floors and overlooking the charming kitchen garden to the stone wall boundary. The last room is currently a STUDIO, one wall is complete shelving, another pin-boarded, the other two have large windows that overlook the fields.

OUTSIDE:
The garden winds its way along a grass river, which starts at the top of the sloping land behind the house and flows down, passing two ponds divided by a boardwalk, surrounded in Iris Sibirica, passing a fruit hedge, seven silver birches, through the rhododendron beds, then meanders amongst the tall trees, out into a long grassy lane that leads to its gated end. Five minutes walk from here will take you for a stroll along the Barle River or into the town.
The main entrance to the property leads to a large parking area complete with two full size cedar GARAGES built in the same style as the house. A further four sheds house gardening equipment and logs and there is one other open-fronted small garage.

SERVICES:
Mains electricity, mains water, oil fired central heating. Broadband available.

VIEWING:
Strictly by appointment with the agents please. Stags Dulverton Office 01398 323174 or dulverton@stags.co.uk.

DIRECTIONS:
Travelling north into Dulverton, take the right fork in front of the chemists into the High Street. Almost immediately turn right between the Exmoor Gallery and the restaurant and follow this lane to its conclusion where the gate to Greenstead House will be found.

MAP REFERENCE:
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COUNCIL TAX:
Band F.

WEB FIND:
56446

This robust wooden structure, known as a Devon Lady, was built in 1964.

It has been completely remodelled to provide a stunning looking house. It sits high on its beautifully landscaped garden filling the house with light.

DULVERTON TOWN
Greenstead House sits quietly in its walled and hedged garden in the centre of this lovely Somerset town. Set in the Barle valley and moments away from Exmoor itself, the town boasts several restaurants, a selection of food shops, a bank, chemist, doctors, dentists, vet, post office, a busy Town Hall and even a laundry. Oh yes…and four pubs!

THE HOUSE AND GARDEN
The entire house is internally clad in painted tongue and groove pine with some painted brick walls, some ribbed and bolted ceilings and other semi-vaulted ceilings. All the floors throughout are bleached pine and oak apart from the RECEPTION HALL which has a matt black tiled floor. The Hall leads directly into the KITCHEN. Here is the stunning state-of-the-art central island unit, specially designed for this room. Through to the DINING area with its large westerly facing window and south facing French doors opening onto the wooden terrace. The adjoining SITTING ROOM is separated by a painted brick stack for the wood burner. Through one of the portholed doors into the long HALL. The lighting is tastefully designed throughout this house, but is noticeably special along this corridor. Leading off this is the computer STUDY and store, then the SHOWER ROOM and BATH ROOM. Both interestingly combine bold reclaimed fitted furniture and contemporary fittings. Adjacent is the stunning MASTER BEDROOM. The views across the garden and of the Somerset skies in this south facing room make staying in bed with the flu almost acceptable!! Next up, two charming double BEDROOMS overlooking the rear garden to the stone wall boundary. The last room is currently a STUDIO, fitted out for purpose.

OUTSIDE
The garden winds its way along a grass river, which starts at the top of the sloping land behind the house and flows down, passing the iris ponds and boardwalk, birches and rhododendron beds, then meanders amongst the tall trees, down a long grassy lane that leads to its gated end. The main entrance has a large parking area with two full size cedar GARAGES and a further four sheds.

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