The Old School House is a Grade II listed building recognised by Dartmoor National Park and Exeter archaeology as having an historical and architectural importance. The property was built in 1815 and has been renovated to an extremely high standard using original materials such as lime mortar and period lime wash to maintain its authenticity. The property benefits from gas central heating and brass-plated light fittings and power points are fitted throughout
4.47m x 3.18m (14'8" x 10'5")
A large and spacious entrance hall, accessed via a large period wooden door, comprising of beautiful exposed wooden flooring and period features of wooden beams and a cast iron style radiator. Utility cupboard with plumbing for washing machine acting as a utility room, under-stairs storage cupboard and stairs rising to the first floor.
6.10m x 3.70m (20'0" x 12'2")
Is a large beautiful room with an obscure glazed sash window with a stained glass panel to the top. The wooden flooring continues from the hallway into this room, matching the wooden beams and character stone wall with alcove which is ideal for either a free standing wardrobe or potential built-in wardrobe. High ceilings with a ceiling light point, power points, radiator and door to the en-suite shower room.
Master En-Suite Shower Room
2.46m x 1.50m (8'1" x 4'11")
A beautiful in-keeping three piece suite comprising double shower enclosure with power shower with a waterfall shower head and glass screen, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled surround, close coupled WC and heated towel rail. Extractor fan, radiator, ceramic tiled flooring and cream tiling with blue trim.
4.04m x 2.41m (13'3" x 7'11")
Positioned at the front of the property with a wood sash window overlooking the front. Matching the character features with the painted stone wall and wooden beams. Ceiling light point, radiator, power points and fully carpeted.
4.24m x 2.72m (13'11" x 8'11")
Positioned overlooking the property's courtyard garden area, is the private second bedroom. Character features with a granite window sill, wooden sash windows and decorative fireplace with brick surround. Radiator, ceiling light point, power points and fitted carpet.
3.02m x 2.41m (9'11" x 7'11")
A three piece suite comprising of a roll top bath with ornamental feet and hand shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC. Character wooden beams and wooden sash window into bay to front, tiled surround, extractor fan, boiler cupboard housing the wall mounted combination boiler serving domestic hot water and heating system, radiator and ceramic tiled flooring.
Spectacular Open Plan Living Area
11.94m x 6.76m (39'2" x 22'2")
On the first floor is a beautifully grand open plan living area with high ceilings, large Georgian windows, an original fireplace and luxury hand built kitchen with granite worktops.
Living Room Area
A large area with a tall single glazed Georgian window to the side, an open fireplace with wood burning stove with glass door, wooden mantle and slate hearth. Two radiators, exposed wooden flooring, wall lights, hatch to loft space, double doors opening out onto the outside side steps, which allows access to the outside terrace patio and a double feature window which is over the stairwell.
Positioned next to the kitchen area sharing the beautiful Georgian sash window which overlooks the side of the property with views over Buckfastleigh. Incorporating some of the hand built fitted units of the kitchen which is ideal for storing all the cutlery. The space is very grand and would fit even the largest of tables. Ceiling light point, power points and wall light.
A hand built luxury kitchen fitted with a range of matching base and eye level units with granite worktop space over and a matching island unit. A beautiful inset Belfast sink unit with tiled splash backs and space for fridge/freezer. The centre island unit has a built-in double oven with a five ring gas hob and plumbing for dishwasher. The space shares the tall Georgian sash window to side, radiator, exposed wooden flooring, ceiling light point and power points.
TO THE FRONTTo the front of the property there is a detached single garage with additional parking for two/three further vehicles. Outside cold water tap.TO THE REARAt the side of the property there is a generous sized sun patio area and trellis fencing with steps leading to the first floor reception room.
From the A38, take the Dart Bridge junction and proceed towards Buckfastleigh. At the first roundabout take the second exit signposted to Buckfastleigh, follow the road around past the Abbey and up over the hill. As you approach the town, take the right hand turning into Church Street and then take the second turning on your right hand side into Silver Street. The entrance to the property will be found on the right hand side through a shared driveway and the property will be on the left.