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Equestrian abode with access to the moors

By Western Morning News  |  Posted: August 31, 2012

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With direct access on to Dartmoor via a bridleway and over four and a half acres of land with American stabling, Dartmoor Coach House at Cornwood would be an ideal home for an equestrian enthusiast.

Converted in 2004, the impressive stone-built house is packed with character and has a particularly handsome dining hall with a vaulted ceiling.

It has four bedrooms, a large farmhouse kitchen and a one-bedroom annexe.

There is also planning consent to convert the linhay into a holiday let.

Dartmoor Coach House has a beautifully-proportioned sitting room with a Victorian-style fireplace and French windows to a sunny cobbled courtyard.

This can also be accessed from the large kitchen/diner which is well equipped with an extensive range of oak cupboards, a central island, a four-oven oil-fired cooker and a walk-in larder.

There is a dual-aspect drawing room with a wood-burning stove and French windows to the courtyard and a study.

Completing the ground floor are a cloakroom and a fitted utility room.

The magnificent dining hall has exposed oak beams and a staircase rises to a galleried landing which has plenty of room as a further seating area.

It leads to the master bedroom with built-in wardrobes and the three further double bedrooms, a shower room and a bathroom.

The annexe has been created from a former pump room and has a kitchen/diner, bedroom and shower room.

There is a large garden, laid mostly to lawn, a duck pond and a vegetable garden.

There are two paddocks and an area of woodland.

The stable has four loose boxes, a tack room and a fodder room, with ample parking for trailers and cars.

Dartmoor Coach House is available through Marchand Petit (01548 831163) at a guide price of £855,000.

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