Saving yourself for Bank House?

5th August 2016  |  12:00am

Saving yourself for Bank House?

Your chance to own your very own slice of history.  Bank House is a Grade II listed building, dating back to 1583, when it was known as The Royal Oak.  It has had a chequered past, serving many important historical services including  the village police station, judiciary, post office and school.  Now, however, it has been tastefully and sympathetically restored to a spacious 4 bedroom family home. 

Located in the popular South Hams village of Chillington it is within easy access of both the Salcombe and Dart estuaries, renowned for their sailing, and close to the beautiful South Devon coastline where there is a marvellous selection of beaches and coves linked by spectacularly rugged cliffs and headlands.

Stepping through the front door the warmth of this home is obvious, it has been beautifully restored offering a large sitting room and separate dining room, kitchen with Aga and utility room.  The attention to detail is wonderful, with pale oak exposed beams, oak flooring, Inglenook fireplace, bread oven and wood burning stove.  Two spacious double bedrooms and two good sized single rooms are found on the first floor, with a study area in the attic room.  

Bank House has a large restful and very private rear garden, a perfect place to sit and enjoy a quiet few minutes. 

Bank House is offered for sale with a guide price of £550,000. For further information, please contact Marchand Petit’s Kingsbridge office on 01548 857588.