Cider press makes charming home
13th August 2016
13th August 2016
Marchand Petit are delighted to offer this three bedroom, charming Grade II listed former cider press dating back to the 18th century.
The property benefits from gated access with a sweeping driveway leading up to a detached car port with parking for numerous vehicles and a storage area with power and light.
The pretty, stone walled garden enjoys a high degree of privacy and a southerly aspect. Mainly laid to lawn, the garden provides granite steps to the front of the property with granite flag paving across the front. Here the property offers a long store area, an open porch and a pentice overhanging the length of the kitchen/diner covered with wisteria.
Internally the property affords a spacious kitchen/diner with vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and a dual aspect. A further entrance hall provides wooden panelling, the original cider press which is still fully operational and stairs to the first floor accommodation. Also located on the ground floor is a study, shower room and the master bedroom which benefits from en-suite facilities.
The first floor comprises a generous, dual aspect living area with vaulted ceilings with exposed beams and wooden flooring, a large wood burner with stone surround and a door to a further, raised patio area outside. A second bedroom provides further character features and stairs lead up to the third bedroom with access through to mezzanine area overlooking the lounge.
The property is set within a semi-rural, peaceful setting with views across the surrounding countryside.
The Pound House is offered to the market with a guide price of £595,000. For further information please contact Marchand Petit’s Totnes office on 01803 847979.