Approached along a sweeping drive this handsome, detached late Victorian family house sits on the moorland edge of Dousland, within two acres of private garden.
Lofty high ceilings mean the whole house feels bright and spacious and has a host of interesting features including the minstrels’ gallery.
The living room is comfy, with a gas fire, whilst in the dining room a big bay window looks over the garden, and after eating the whole family can sing along at the piano.
A snug/playroom with TV/DVD, lined with books and with comfortable seating provides space for the children to play.
The well-equipped kitchen has a breakfast table for four, and leads to a long and very comfortable conservatory with sofas, chairs and a further dining table for eight.
On the ground floor there is shower-room and a sauna - perfect for unwinding at the end of a long day.
Head up to the first floor and six bedrooms, one of which has an en suite.
Also on this floor is a splendid big bathroom with a roll-top bath and vaulted glass ceiling.
Outside is a large level lawn, orchard and hard tennis court.
The small village is on the south-western slopes of Dartmoor, close to the open moor.
Nearby Burrator Reservoir offers a unique day out for families, nature enthusiasts and Dartmoor lovers alike, with ample walks, wildlife and history.
Impressive Buckland Abbey is just a short drive away, as are the market town of Tavistock and Plymouth - Devon's Ocean City.
Seven bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en suite bathroom, 1 x double with sleigh bed, 1 x double with washbasin, 2 x twin, 1 x twin with stacker beds. 1 x ground floor single. Sitting room with gas fire and glazed door to garden. Dining room with piano. Snug/playroom with TV/DVD, books and comfortable seating for five. Kitchen with breakfast table for four, pantry, utility and boot room. Conservatory with sofas, chairs and table seating eight. Sauna. Ground floor shower-room with shower, basin and WC. Bathroom with roll-top bath, double washbasin, separate shower and WC.