A thoughtfully improved semi detached cottage with good gardens and scenic views, in a small group of properties located on the edge of the town
The cottage has a lovely rear garden and delightful views.
At the front, there is an entrance porch with doors on either side and a glazed roof. A door opens to an impressive kitchen/diner which is fitted with a range of units including an electric oven, a four ring ceramic hob and a filter hood. There is a staircase to the first floor with a cupboard under, solid oak flooring and a window and door at the rear, with views over the Wray Valley. Also, there is a useful utility/cloakroom. The sitting room has a window at the side, a further window at the rear with an outlook over the part-wooded countryside of the Wray valley and a fireplace with a slate hearth and a wood burning stove. On the first floor landing, there is a window at the rear with a rural outlook, a hatch and drop-down ladder to the loft space and an airing cupboard. The master bedroom is a double room with a window at the side and a further window at the rear with a scenic outlook. There is an en-suite bathroom with a contemporary white suite. The second bedroom is a double room with a window at the front. The third bedroom could house a double bed and has a window at the rear with views over the Wray Valley and there is a door to the airing cupboard. The bathroom is fitted with a modern white suite.
Outside, at the front, there is a concrete strip to park a vehicle and two wooden gates which open onto a gravel drive providing parking for a further vehicle. At the front, there is a path and a flower and shrub bed. There is a garden store and a paved patio area at the side. The generous size rear garden is a feature and gently slopes away from the property. It is partly lawned with a variety of flowers, shrubs and trees. Also, there is a partly paved area adjoining the cottage and there are pleasant views over the Wray Valley.
Honeysuckle Cottage is in a small group of properties, situated on the edge of Moretonhampstead, within the Dartmoor National Park. The moorland town of Moretonhampstead offers a good range of amenities, which include various shops, public houses, a health centre, a health hub, a library, a primary school, a heated outdoor swimming pool and a sports and community centre. A choice of other recreational activities are available in the area, to suit different interests. The country town of Bovey Tracey is around 6 miles away and the cathedral city of Exeter is around 14 miles away.
SERVICES Electricity, mains water, private drainage.
DIRECTIONS From the A38 Devon Expressway, take the Drumbridges exit at Heathfield. At the roundabout take the A382 road signposted to Bovey Tracey and Moretonhampstead. From the second roundabout in Bovey Tracey, continue on the A382 road towards Moretonhampstead for about 5.3 miles. The entrance to Grays Court will be found on the right hand side, just after Wray Barton Manor.
This property has undergone many high quality improvements to create a comfortable home.