The barn is approached into a double glazed garden room enjoying views towards adjoining countryside. From here you enter the open-plan sitting/dining room with feature multi-fuel burner to one side ready for those winter evenings. This dual aspect room enjoys plentiful natural light and space. An open doorway leads into the kitchen/breakfast room that is fitted with a range of cream wall and base units together with a solid wood worktop and integrated appliances. This room has a striking stone floor and exposed ceiling joists adding to the traditional period feel. Stairs take you up to the first floor which has two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom has an exposed wooden floor and a vaulted ceiling with exposed wooden A frames. A French door gives you direct access to a private balcony that has a beautiful elevated view over the grounds with Cox Tor as the backdrop. Bedroom Two is dual aspect and easily accommodates a double bed along with useful built-in wardrobes. A family bathroom benefits from a three-piece matching suite with a shower over the bath. Further bespoke doors leads off the landing giving access to built-in cupboards. On the whole the barn has been skilfully converted in 2000 retaining character features such has exposed stone walls and wooden weather-boarding, along with modern day conveniences such as double glazing and central heating.
Opposite Sandy Lane Barn is the detached annexe which is perfect for dependent relatives or as a guest suite for any visitors. The reverse level accommodation takes full advantage of the uninterrupted rural views. On the ground floor are two double bedrooms, both of which enjoy en-suite shower rooms with sizeable shower enclosures. A central staircase takes you up to the open plan first floor. The kitchen/dining room is side aspect with a picture window with a view towards Tavistock. A range of white base level units offer an array of storage and worktop space. Leading off the kitchen area is ample space for a dining table. The light sitting area has another picture window enjoying elevated rural views. This cosy room is surprisingly spacious with ample space for lounge furniture. The annexe is very well presented throughout with neutral decor and contemporary feel.
The property is approached through 5 bar gates onto a long gravelled drive towards the properties with ample parking for numerous vehicles. Sandy Lane Barn has its own private lawned garden with an outside dining area enjoying views over fields towards the moors. To one side of the annexe is a raised decked area that is ideal for relaxing in the sun! A level and enclosed paddock is found to the eastern side of the site and is suited for a variety of uses including equestrian, smallholding or indeed somewhere to walk the dogs! To one side of the paddock is a detached "L"-shaped stable block with electricity and water, which could easily accommodate 5 loose boxes. Our current vendor has left the space open, but the loose boxes could easily be reinstated. There is ample space to build a double garage subject to the necessary planning consents. The gardens and paddock enjoy no near neighbours and feel very private yet only a very short drive away from the property is Tavistock town centre with its wide variety of independent shops, state and private schools and good access to Plymouth.
Mains electricity. Oil fired heating. Private water (spring). Private drainage (septic tank).
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