An architecturally designed residence with accommodation approaching 6000 sq. ft. finished to the highest of specifications situated within an idyllic rural yet accessible location.
Broad Park is an unashamedly modern barn conversion that makes the most of its very special
position while sacrificing nothing in terms of comfort, light and space. The details are what matter and this exceptional home has been crafted to a very high standard. Concealed from view until you reach the end of the drive, the house rests discretely in the landscape, with sculptured grass banks and terraces giving way to open fields.
As you enter the magnificent glazed atrium at Broad Park you are immediately struck by the immense light, the vast and impressive full height atrium of the hall with a theatrical floating staircase leading to the first floor.
The hall opens up into a striking, enormous open plan lounge/dining/kitchen area with the most dramatic and stunning views facing south down the valley towards the rolling countryside beyond. Light pouring through the fully glazed wall of
glass and sliding doors, which let the outside in.
At the other end of the property is a cinema room/study together with two en-suite bedrooms, a laundry/utility room and cloakroom.
On the landing a glass bridge connects both sides of the property. To the east is a vast master bedroom suite with a beautifully appointed en-suite bathroom and substantial walk-in wardrobe. The master bed has been strategically positioned to take full advantage of the beautiful views with the large balcony completing this stunning
room. Opposite the master bedroom suite are 2 other en-suite bedrooms, one complete with
its own balcony and a useful study or 6th bedroom.
Broad Park is a truly spectacular 5/6 bedroomed property of unrivalled design with considerable attention to detail and quality, all located in a unique and private location but close to a popular local village with excellent road, rail and air connections.
Plot 1 includes 5.34 acres of partly landscaped grounds, including a stream and pond. A further 6.92 acres of adjoining pasture land, on higher ground to the right of the property, are available via separate negotiation and would be ideal for equestrian use.
A large garage with an Electric Vehicle point and potential ancillary space for use as accommodation, gym, office or studio.
Trains stations atTotnes 5.8 miles (10 mins by car)Newton Abbott 6.2 miles (15 mins by car)Exeter 25.7 miles (35 mins by car)All stations provide direct rail services to London Paddington or Waterloo in approximately 2 hr 15 mins. Further direct rail services to Birmingham New Street, Leeds, Glasgow etc.Exeter International Airport (35 mins by car) has daily flights toLondon City - 55 minsManchester - 65 minsJersey - 45minsSchiphol, Amsterdam - 1hr 35 minsCharles de Gaulle, Paris - 1hr 35 mins(All distances and times are approximate)
LPG, Electricity, Water and Eco waste treatment plant.
Fixtures and Fittings
All items, usually known as tenant's fixtures and fittings, whether mentioned or not in these particulars together with all items of equipment are excluded from the sale but some may be available by separate negotiation.
Teignbridge District Council Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ12 4XX.
From Totnes take the A381 towards Ipplepen. Take the left hand turning to the village centre. From the centre of Ipplepen head up the hill past the bowling club and park and continue on Orley Road through the hamlet of Ambrook towards
Broadhempston. At the top of the hill just before arriving in Broadhempston you will see the entrance to Broad Park on the left hand side.
Postcode TQ9 6BB
WatersideThe Plains Totnes Devon TQ9 5YS
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.30pm
Saturday 9.00am to 4.00pm
Sunday viewings by appointment
01803 847 979