One of two, tastefully restored, Grade II listed barn conversions with unique and original features.
Commanding spectacular views of the South Devon countryside with direct walking access on to Dartmoor National Park, this cottage epitomises elegance and sophistication. Relax into a slower pace of country life and enjoy the sumptuous surroundings regardless of the time of year. Slide open the glass doors to appreciate the wonderful nature outside or cosy-up in front of the wood burner, peace and tranquillity restored and revitalised in this rural haven.
Offering upside-down living attached to the owner’s home whilst retaining complete privacy, you’ll be charmed by the vaulted ceiling, oak floor and contemporary style oozing from every corner. Entering the property on the upper level you’re immediately hit by a sense of light and space. Wander further in and you’ll find a wonderful summer room with its beautiful exposed stone wall and floor-to-ceiling glass doors. Throwing in an abundance of light, it creates the perfect place to read, contemplate or snooze. Well, isn’t that what holidays are all about?
With Dartmoor at your feet, stepping into nature and exploring some of the 368 square miles of beautiful moorland landscape with its wooded valleys and wind-swept Tors is a must. The small idyllic village of Widecombe-in-the-Moor is 4 miles deeper into the National Park with its tea rooms and independent shops, whilst the historic town of Ashburton sits equidistant on its edge. Only one of four official stannary towns in the UK, Ashburton radiates individuality and creativity with its many antique shops, galleries and cafes.