Enjoying an enviable position in an exclusive cul de sac on the outskirts of the village of Kingskerswell, Spindleberry is an imposing detached residence individually designed by the current owners circa 2005. The property offers a convenient and accessible situation with a rural feel yet well placed for the amenities of the village and road links for commuting. The South Devon link road is easily accessed providing a route to Exeter, the M5 and beyond and also the A38 for Plymouth & Cornwall. Dartmoor National Park is also accessible and offers an area of outstanding natural beauty. The nearby town of Newton Abbot has a railway station with mainline connection to London Paddington. Kingskerswell itself offers a range of amenities including primary school, health centre and pharmacy, Co-op, post office, hair salons and public houses and the nearby towns of Newton Abbot and Torquay offer a further range of amenities, shopping facilities, secondary schools and with Torquay offering both girls and boys grammar schools. ACCOMMODATION
The property is approached by wrought iron gates on to a driveway laid to stone chippings which provides ample off road parking and leads to the integral double garage. From here there is access to a raised patio which offers a seating area and access to the front door. Once inside an impressive spacious hallway leads to the principle rooms and also with staircase to the first floor accommodation and staircase descending to garage level. The ground floor accommodation comprises a spacious triple aspect sitting room, dining room with bay window, kitchen / breakfast room which opens on to a conservatory, utility room, walk in pantry, study/bedroom five and ground floor WC.
On the first floor a part galleried landing leads to the master bedroom suite with bay window enjoying an open aspect to the front and with a four piece ensuite and walk in wardrobe, a second bedroom suite with ensuite and fitted wardrobes, two further double bedrooms and a main bathroom / WC. On the garage level is a spacious hallway with integral access to the double garage. The property is further complimented throughout with uPVC double glazed windows and doors and gas central heating. OUTSIDE
Outside the property sits central to a good sized plot measuring approximately 0.6 of an acre with a backdrop of mature trees and also enjoying an open outlook across Kingskerswell and surrounding countryside. A paved pathway extends around the property and leads to the different areas of the gardens which are mainly laid to lawn with walk ways leading through. A particular feature is the block paved pathway leading through a gathering of mature trees with a well placed seat to enjoy the views over the Village and surrounding countryside. This pathway then continues to an enclosed area of garden with raised vegetable plots, greenhouse/potting shed and seating area. The garden then leads around to the rear with further lawned area and fish pond with potential for further development subject to any necessary planning consents. DIRECTIONS
From Exeter follow the A380 towards Newton Abbot and over the Penn Inn fly over towards Torquay, take the next exit for Kingskerswell and at the roundabout take the third exit on to the old Newton road. At the next roundabout take the second exit and proceed. At the '20 zone' road sign take the right on to Foredown Lane and at the sharp bend turn left on to Greenhill Road and proceed where Greenhill Gardens can be found on your left hand side.
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