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Chagford, Devon Guide Price £650,000

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  • DETACHED CHARACTER COTTAGE
  • STEEPED IN HISTORY
  • A WEALTH OF CHARACTER & CHARM
  • GRANITE WALLS / MULLION LEAD LIGHT WINDOW / GRANITE SPLIT STAIRWELL
  • APPROX. ONE ACRE PADDOCK
  • ATTACHED GARAGE BARN
  • DETACHED STABLE BARN
  • DETACHED GARAGE WORKSHOP
  • NEARBY COMMON LAND & MOORLAND
  • HISTORIC PROPERTY & LOCATION


*BEAUTIFUL CHARACTER COTTAGE *BUILT WITH LARGE GRANITE BLOCKS * Formal garden / Kitchen garden / One acre Paddock *Granite stable *Workshop / Double garage * Sitting room with granite fireplace * Dining room * Kitchen breakfast room with range * Cross passage hall *Large attached garage/store *Two double bedrooms * Large open plan landing/Study area *Bathroom & separate WC Situated in this charming peaceful hamlet on the edge of moorland, is this beautiful Grade II star listed cottage, steeped in history and the unknown of whether this could be the 'oldest' property on Dartmoor. The property sits in generous grounds, made up of formal garden, large kitchen/herb garden and PADDOCK, which is iro 1 acre* (not measured) The property is only 5 minutes or so drive to Chagford, which is a bustling town, full of energy and life with a range of small shops, mini supermarket, post office, various pubs and cafes/restaurants. The whole area is crisscrossed with countryside and moorland walks and Stiniel is close to both common land and within easy reach of the open moor (see map). From the front entrance into the Cross passage hall you are immediately welcomed with the immense character of this beautiful home. Whilst a modest character cottage, there is ample accommodation for a smaller family or couple, particularly those that love to be outdoors enjoying the gardens or nearby moorland. For anyone looking for garage / workshop space, the double garage workshop & attached garage workshop offer plenty of scope, along with the detached granite stable. Stinhall means ‘stone hall’ and may have been a very expensive granite and ashlar built home for an important family. The cottage has evolved over the years into a warm and cosy home with full oil fired heating, a large granite fireplace and a whole host of character features. At the lower end it has a very large twin bay garage which would make a fabulous addition to the property, if converted to accommodation (This would be subject to planning and building regs. under the listing, which we would in no way suggest is guaranteed, therefore, purchasers MUST make their own enquiries prior to contract). Stiniel is an exceptional and picturesque hamlet possibly dating back nearly a thousand years. It nestles in a shallow valley sheltered from the weather but getting plenty of sunshine. Just one mile away is the bustling ancient stannary town of Chagford with its wide range of day to day and specialist shops, a parish church, Roman Catholic church and chapel, pubs, hotel and cafes. From Chagford, the A30 is around 10 minutes drive and provides a fast connection to Exeter (approx. 20 Mins.)


Stiniel
Chagford TQ13 8EL
County: Devon
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: 00000820

CROSS PASSAGE

A through passage to the rear where there is a covered porch leading out into the garden. The passage has a long cut stone wall to one side and an old plank and muntin screen to the other. The floor is slate tiled. There are exposed timbers and the plank and muntin screen is partly exposed leading down to the kitchen breakfast room. The Sitting room is also accessed from the passage.

KITCHEN BREAKFAST ROOM

16' 1'' x 10' 3'' (4.90m x 3.12m) Approx.

Being at a lower level, this room has a high ceiling with extensive exposed granite walls and a deep window recess with a tiled window sill above the butler sink. A more modern oak 2nd staircase rises to the first floor and a latched door leads into the attached garage/barn. An oil fired 'Stanley' range is fitted for cooking, hot water and heating. The kitchen units are carpenter built with dressed slate work surfaces. Understairs storage cupboard.

SITTING ROOM

16' 2'' x 10' 2'' (4.92m x 3.10m) extends to approx. 14'

A pleasant room with a structural beam and an oak window seat beneath a front facing casement window. A large granite fireplace with large bressemer beam, granite hearth and a wood burning stove. Exposed and beautifully crafted dressed granite inner wall has an arched timber opening through to the dining room. There is also an opening to an ancient split granite stairwell, which also leads to the first floor

DINING ROOM

16' 2'' x 8' 6'' (4.92m x 2.59m)

This lovely dining area is dual aspect with granite walls to both sides and an exposed structural ceiling timbers. A more modern window is at one end of the room and a very old mullion lead light window to the other.

GARAGE/BARN

21' 4'' x 19' 2'' (6.50m x 5.84m)

A large open space with granite walls under a thatch roof. This would make a stunning addition to the property (SUBJECT TO PLANNING) and we cannot suggest in anyway that this would be granted, therefore prospective purchasers MUST make their own enquiries prior to contract. There are currently 2 sets of large double doors to the front aspect. The floor is laid with concrete and exposed roof trusses lie on the underside of the clearly visible thatch. Within the barn is a water filtration system. Latched door to store.

STORE

17' 0'' x 6' 5'' (5.18m x 1.95m)Approx.

Currently used as a utility area with door to outside.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING

A good size area with window to front aspect with oak sill. STUDY AREA with fitted oak bespoke book shelving.

BEDROOM ONE

16' 8'' x 9' 8'' (5.08m x 2.94m)Approx.

A lovely room with dual aspect including a lead light window set in a granite mullion overlooking the grounds to the rear. A recessed granite fireplace with carved surround and wooden bressemer set into the wall with a candle recess set in this impressive exposed granite wall.

WC

BATHROOM

BEDROOM TWO

10' 8'' x 10' 7'' (3.25m x 3.22m)extends tp approx 13,4

Low set window to front aspect. Exposed granite walls. Exposed timbers and trusses. Airing cupboard with insulated cylinder, immersion and timer.

REAR PORCH

A beautiful granite built porch with a stone seat, under a thatched roof and a granite trough built into the eastern wall which is believed to have been used as a dyer in the preparation of dyed fleeces.*

FORMAL GARDEN

The formal garden directly to the rear of the property is made up of different levels predominantly lawn with granite walls and steps and on the uppermost level, there is a leat. From the garden there is gated access out to the PADDOCK and gated access into the KITCHEN GARDEN.

KITCHEN GARDEN

A very pretty area with box hedging where there is a variety of herb plants and access up to a further larger area(as pictured) to a lawned area of garden with the siting of a GREENHOUSE.

PADDOCK

A beautiful open space of around 1 acre (not yet measured) predominantly grass. A leat runs across the paddock and a fabulous stone wall forms the boundary. To the upper level of the paddock is the siting of the old granite STABLE BARN and a more modern timber GARAGE/WORKSHOP with a further pound parking area (not hardstand)

STABLE BARN

PARKING/POUND

An additional area (not hardstand) that could provide further parking accessed from the lane and giving access through to the paddock and GARAGE/WORKSHOP.

GARAGE/WORKSHOP

A Timber building with 2 pairs of double doors. We believe that power and light is connected and inside is a concrete floor. (not confirmed by agent)

SERVICES

Mains electricity. Private water supply and drainage. Oil by contract.

STUDY AREA

16' 9'' x 9' 9'' (5.10m x 2.97m)Approx.

With window and bespoke fitted book shelving.

AGENTS NOTE*

Please note that the information contained herein is for guidance purposes only and cannot be relied on. The land measurement is an approximate only and has not been measured, therefore anyone seeking precise clarification, must make further enquiries prior to contract. Boundaries have been defined by the agent as an approximate guide and will not be fully accurate and there may even be some discrepancies, therefore buyers MUST make their own enquiries prior to contract. Some photos that are not current have been added for guidance only.


Stiniel
Chagford TQ13 8EL
County: Devon
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: 00000820

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