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Week, Tavistock Guide Price £759,950

  • Living Room & Further Sitting Room / Bedroom 5
  • Open Plan Kitchen & Dining Room
  • Boiler Room
  • Utility Room
  • Balconied Landing to the Atrium on the 2 Upper Floors
  • Two Master Bedroom Suites with En-Suite Facilities
  • Two Further Bedrooms
  • Family Bathroom
  • Downstairs WC
  • Pasture Paddock with 2 Stables & Tack Room
  • Use of Communal Tennis Court & Heated Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Landscaped Gardens with Countryside Views
  • Use of Sand School
  • Double Garage & Ample Parking

VIDEO/VIRTUAL TOUR AVAILABLE for this property. A stunning Grade II Listed barn conversion in a beautiful and peaceful setting close to Dartmoor National Park with glorious countryside views. This atmospheric and stunning property has pretty landscaped gardens and equestrian facilities including two stables, tack room, 2.8 acre paddock and manège. This exquisite property also benefits from the usage of a private leisure complex including tennis court and indoor heated swimming pool and spa.

Tavistock PL19 0NL
County: Devon
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: DAT02732


The Grade II Listed Farmstead at Week is one of the finest local examples of a model farm, constructed to an exceptional standard by Francis, 7th Duke of Bedford between 1842 and 1844. Week is situated just a mile from Dartmoor National Park’s western boundary and within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It lies about halfway between the A30 at Lifton to the North and Tavistock, five miles to the South. Brent Tor, familiar West Devon landmark, is only a mile away and the church on its summit is visible for many miles around. Tavistock, an ancient Stannary Town dating from the Doomsday book, nestles beside Dartmoor and the beautiful River Tavy is home to the popular Pannier Market. The town offers several renowned local schools including the private ‘Mount Kelly’, a delightful range of shops including a famous cheese shop and a number of celebrated restaurants. Only 17 miles and a 30 minute drive away is the maritime city of Plymouth which is steeped in history. Much of the city was rebuilt after the war and offers a full range of recreational, commercial and educational facilities. The cathedral city of Exeter, a 45 minute drive away, offers another haven for shopping and recreation and an international airport. Exeter St David’s Station provides a direct train link to Paddington, London in 2 hours and 20 minutes.

High Spec

Superior quality kitchen, bathrooms, floor coverings, wall tiles and light fittings are fitted. Beautiful oak timber has been used for the internal joinery, doors and staircases and other hardwoods for the external doors and windows. State of the art underfloor heating systems are fitted throughout, with individual room control.


Entrance to the property is from the drive via a glazed door leading into:


Slate floor and internal door leading into:


4' 11'' x 4' 9'' (1.50m x 1.45m)

Vaulted beamed ceiling, the hallway then leads on with a double glazed window overlooking the driveway, wooden flooring, sloping beamed ceiling and wooden stairs leading up to the second floor and down to the first floor and then the ground floor. An intriguing feature is the old granite millstone, which is beautifully incorporated into the half landing floor. At the foot of the stairs and underneath them there is a wine store and the restored remnants of the machinery drive from the mill wheel.


Low level WC, pedestal basin, extractor fan and spotlights.


Slate and stone steps lead down to:


34' 5'' (10.48m) extending to 41' 7'' (12.66m) x 17' 4'' (5.28m)

Truly stunning open plan reception room offering fine modern decor and presentation combined with a wealth of character features in keeping with this historical property's age. The room features a light stone floor with raised slate shelves down both sides of the room, exposed painted stone wall and a wealth of exposed timber work including beams and lintels. A real feature of this room is the full height triple storey atrium which rises 30’ 0’’ (9.14m) through all three floors with a glazed Velux roof light over and galleried balconies to the first and second floors overlooking the living space. At the base of the atrium there are three slate steps leading up to the side with glazed double doors, side and top windows providing access to the rear where a gravel and slate pathway leads to the swimming pool. Further features include a log burner mounted on a millstone and a double glazed window overlooking the restored water wheel.


7' 6'' x 5' 11'' (2.28m x 1.80m)

Central heating boiler, hot water cylinder with immersion heater and electrical controls.


A second open plan timber staircase leads to the first floor and behind it a glazed screen wall and door leading through to:


17' 6'' (5.33m) narrowing to 6' 5'' (1.95m) x 17' 4'' (5.28m) narrowing to 10' 7'' (3.22m)

Frosted double glazed window at the side with slate shelf and exposed beams. This 'L' shaped room also features partially exposed stone wall. Door through to:


10' 5'' x 6' 2'' (3.17m x 1.88m) max

Light tiled floor and shower cubicle with glazed door, tiled walls and floor, low level WC and washbasin set into stone topped vanity unit, heated towel rail, spotlights to ceiling, small barn window to the side, large fitted mirror and extractor fan.


The second staircase rises to the first floor with a galleried bridge with balustrades on both sides and exposed stone walls and a glazed screen and door to one side leading into:


17' 4'' x 16' 9'' (5.28m x 5.10m)

Multi paned double glazed window with sill and three low level barn style windows with exposed stone wall over and beamed ceiling. The room lends itself to the creation of further en-suite facilities, if required.

The galleried landing then leads into an:


18' 3'' x 17' 5'' (5.56m x 5.30m)

A stunning open plan space with the atrium overlooking the ground floor below and the second floor above. Beamed ceiling and part exposed stone walls, double glazed window overlooking the mill wheel. Two small barn windows at low level, a second balustrade overlooking the ground floor and a double glazed window. An impressive fitted kitchen with granite worktops, an integrated Belfast sink with a range of wall and base units with wooden doors. The kitchen features a built-in dishwasher, microwave, fridge and a 'Belling' electric cooker with ceramic hob and twin ovens with an extractor hood. Range of 'tilt and turn' spotlights over. Door through to:


5' 10'' x 4' 11'' (1.78m x 1.50m)

Further wall units, space for fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer.


An open tread oak staircase leads up from the atrium to the second floor and across a second bridge with balustrades both sides, plaster and part exposed stone walls with a beamed ‘A’ framed ceiling with a high level double glazed window and the Velux roof light flooding the area with natural light and with stunning views of the first floor and ground floor living room - simply wonderful.


17' 3'' x 9' 4'' (5.25m x 2.84m)

Dual aspect room with a double glazed window to each side both with slate sills. Beams to a vaulted ceiling and storage top box with pleasant views over the surrounding countryside.


5' 7'' x 5' 3'' (1.70m x 1.60m)

Fully fitted with a range of quality oak wardrobes, shelves, drawers and shoe racks.


8' 4'' x 6' 2'' (2.54m x 1.88m)

Bath with shower screen, low level WC and pedestal basin with a light smooth tiled floor and wall, spotlights to ceiling and heated towel rail.

Across the balcony overlooking the lower floors a door provides access to the upper inner hallway providing the opportunity to separate the two sides of the second floor into self contained areas, if required.


12' 9'' x 5' 11'' (3.88m x 1.80m)

Smooth light tiling and a stylish architectural design to provide a hidden WC behind a half partition wall with a low level WC, bath and shower cubicle. Spotlights to ceiling, mirror with light over and heated towel rail. This room provides a great view through the window of the side wall via the atrium out to the surrounding countryside. Spotlights to ceiling, heated towel rail and internal double glazed window at the side.


13' 0'' x 10' 0'' (3.96m x 3.05m)

Double glazed window with slate sill, vaulted beamed ceilings.


17' 7'' (5.36m) max (into alcove) narrowing to 13' 1'' (3.98m) x 9' 1'' (2.31m x 2.77m)

Door with a Juliette balcony and a beamed ceiling. Fitted wardrobes.


An enclosed secondary staircase leads down to the entrance hallway.


The property is approached by a private communal drive, on the right of which as you approach the property is a five bar gate leading into a paddock of approximately 2.8 acres with wonderful views over the surrounding countryside, which is privately owned by The Granary. On the left of the road at this point a shared drive leads down to the property, which then becomes a private drive to The Granary with stone walls on both sides with access via double hardwood gates to a tarmac area with ample off road parking and turning space. Double Garage. The garden to the side is generous in size and beautifully landscaped, laid mainly to lawn with a wealth of trees, shrubs and plants. There is a stone seating area with wonderful views over the surrounding countryside, with feature 'Breeze' safari style gazebo with wood shingle roof and all weather canvas side panels. The access road leads on past the communal tennis court to the residents only manège on the right and then the U-shaped stable block where the two stables and tack room are located for this property.


Approached from the rear of The Granary, over a gravelled path with slate stepping stones, is the pool complex, a detached building for the use of residents only. There is a full-sized heated swimming pool with a shallow and deep end and a spa pool inset into the tiled floor. The pool room has a seating area and a kitchenette and stairs lead to the lower ground floor where there is a shower room, two changing rooms, a cloakroom and the plant room.


Within the communal grounds are areas of amenity land, an all-weather tennis court, resurfaced in 2013, an area designated as visitors' parking and a well-concealed satellite and terrestrial television system.


The communal outdoor mènage has a sand and rubber surface.


Mains electricity and drainage. Mains metered water. Oil fired heating.


Amenity charge: £223.00 per month.



Tavistock PL19 0NL
County: Devon
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: DAT02732
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