An exceptional 4/ 5 bedroom Grade II listed Devon longhouse, formerly used as the village post office, which has been extended to provide a superb family home with the potential to create a separate annexe for a family member, or as a holiday let.
An exceptional Grade II listed Devon longhouse, formerly used as the village post office, which has been extended to provide a superb family home with the potential to create a separate annexe for a family member, or as a holiday let.
The rooms are beautifully proportioned throughout with exposed ceiling beams and original stone fireplaces with fitted wood burners. The front door opens to the dining room with double doors to the garden sitting room with feature freestanding wood burner and bi-folding doors to the rear terrace and gardens. The kitchen/ breakfast room has a comprehensive range of fitted units with granite worktops and range cooker. A central hall has stairs to the first floor and door to the snug, a charming room which in turn leads to the 20ft music room. There is a further hall with a second staircase, shower room and utility boot room. The wonderful family games room has a kitchenette, shower room and cloakroom, offering the potential for a separate annexe with an adjoining guest bedroom suite with en-suite shower room. Upstairs there is a master bedroom suite with a nursery/ dressing room and en-suite bathroom with freestanding roll top bath. There are 2 further charming double bedrooms off the second staircase.
Double timber gates open to a large driveway providing ample parking, retaining the old red phone box from when the property served as the village post office. The drive continues to the rear where there is a detached double garage with a useful storeroom at the back. The gardens are completely private with lawned areas, beautifully planted borders and sheltered sun terrace with views across the valley and to the church. A wonderful entertaining area ideal for alfresco dining, with a sunken hot tub and barbeque. There are also a range of stone outbuildings with a potting shed, garden store and wood store.
Ringmore is an old smuggling village situated at the head of a valley with picturesque views to Bigbury Bay and Ayrmer Cove beach, which is about 20 minutes walking distance from the village with its secluded beach and stunning cliff top walks. In the village itself is an award winning 13th century pub/restaurant and local church. At St Ann's Chapel there is a Post Office and well-stocked general store which offers a delivery service to the church. The village is on a once-a-week bus route, but also with Fare Car services and 5 miles away from the Georgian town of Modbury. For more comprehensive shopping centres Kingsbridge is to the east and the city of Plymouth is to the north west.
Mains electricity, water and drainage. LPG boiler.
Fixtures and Fittings
All items in the written text of these particulars are included in the sale. All others are expressly excluded regardless of inclusion in any photographs. Purchasers must satisfy themselves that any equipment included in the sale of the property is in satisfactory order.
Strictly by appointment only through Marchand Petit (Modbury Office) Tel: 01548 831163 - Please contact the office to make an appointment.
Turn off the Modbury/Kingsbridge A379 road about one and a half miles out of Modbury at Harraton Cross. Follow the signs to Bigbury. Follow this road for about two miles and at St Ann's Chapel, turn right at the crossroads by The Pickwick Inn signposted to Ringmore. After about a mile you will reach the village of Ringmore. On entering the village follow the main road to the left. Continue on the road passing through the village and the property can be found on the right-hand side.
Kingsbridge 11 miles, Modbury 5 miles, Plymouth 17 miles (distances approximate)
4 Broad Street Modbury Devon PL21 0PS
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.30pm
Saturday 9.00am to 4.00pm
Sunday viewings by appointment
01548 831 163