A former farmhouse with an annexe and two holiday cottages on the Devon/Cornwall borders
Hewton House is an immaculately presented country property with a separate annexe and two holiday cottages. Originally built as a classic devon farmhouse with associated outbuildings, the house was added to between the wars. The current owners have carried out an extensive programme of improvements since 2008, which leaves Hewton House in very good condition.
Most of the main rooms have high ceilings and far-reaching waterside views. Period features include open fireplaces, parquet flooring, panelling and shutters. The reception rooms are spacious and offer wonderful water views, as does the master bedroom suite. There are four further bedrooms in the main house and the annexe provides two further bedrooms.
Accommodation in total in the main house comprises: entrance hall, study, kitchen/dining room, family room, drawing room sitting room, garden room, cloakroom, shower room, principal bedroom suite and four further bedrooms. Outside, the two separate holiday cottages each offer two bedrooms and good living accommodation, and generate a substantial lettings income over the year.
Extensive landscaped gardens feature a number of specimen trees and plants, while the heated swimming pool has been recently refurbished and offers decked surrounds. The property also comes with a paddock; the grounds come to around four-and-a-half acres.
Hewton House is located in the hamlet of Hewton on the Bere peninsula, which overlooks the River Tamar and its estuary on the Devon/Cornwall border. The nearby village of Bere Alston has shops, a post office, butcher, chemist and school while Plymouth is within easy reach. Tavistock lies just nine miles to the south east.
The guide price is £2m. For further information please contact Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01392 214 222 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.