Tuesday, 23 February 2016

A property which will exceed your expectations

Hazelbrook has been upgraded by the current owner to provide beautifully presented flowing accommodation. We consider it to be the best of its type available in the area. The charming exterior has kerb appeal and the cottage style porch and solid door with leaded light set the scene for what is to come. The attractive hallway has solid wooden flooring which extends through most of the ground floor, which is tastefully decorated and inviting. The  farmhouse style 
kitchen is well equipped and totally in keeping with bespoke units, Range inset 
into an ornamental inglenook and space for a good sized table. 
The main living space opens from the kitchen and is well proportioned yet cosy, one can imagine talking long into a winters night with friends here in front of the log burner. Alternatively you might wish to pass through the lounge to the beautiful Victorian style conservatory or a few steps further to the charming cottage garden, where the brook which from which the cottage takes part of its name forms the natural rear boundary. Additional functionality is added to the ground floor accommodation by a further reception room which has been variously used as library, office or good sized fourth bedroom. There is also a utility room and stylish cloakroom/w.c. Although cottagey in style the first floor accommodation is spacious, light and airy. All three 
bedrooms are good doubles and decorated to a very high standard. The enticing master bedroom has an impressive en suite shower room and country views to fields. The complementary family bathroom is impressively well-appointed with such features as a claw footed roll top bath.

 Throughout the property has interesting features, relating to different eras, which have been retained and/or added. From aged beams to tiled and cast iron fireplaces and immaculate rough plaster, each adds to the ambience and sense that great thought and consideration has been given to the care of the property over the years. If you are looking to buy a cottage you should aspire to one that has been kept in the way this one has. Here you will find the perfect balance of old-world charm and all the convenience of modern living. This not only applies to the house but also the location. Combe-in-Teignhead has a popular country pub, church and active village hall, it also benefits from a popular waterfront pub restaurant a short distance away. Approximately three miles are all the facilities of Newton Abbot, including the mainline railway station, where you can easily join the A380 and travel onward to the M5. The popular estuary village of Shaldon is also just two miles away with its selection of pubs, restaurants shops and active community many of whom take part in sailing, rowing, watering skiing and other marine pursuits. This property would make the perfect rural home or weekend retreat and has previously generated considerable income as a high end holiday let. Our opinion is that this property is top of its class and will be appreciated by those seeking uncompromising quality. Additional Land. Coast and Country are currently marketing an additional parcel of land with planning permission for a small residential dwelling. For the right buyer this land would perfectly compliment Hazelbrook Cottage. Further details are available upon request.

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