Many Waters is an early 20th Century house adapted for disabled access; it has an interesting history: during the 1850’s the grounds were home to the ‘Birch Aller Mine’, a small silver lead mine.
Now the house is in need of some TLC. Accommodation comprises: Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, drawing room/bedroom 4, conservatory kitchen/breakfast room on the ground floor and upstairs:on the First Floor are the master bedroom with dressing area and en suite shower room and two further bedrooms, plus the family bathroom.
The floor balcony extends to the width of the property with magnificent rural views. The self-contained first floor studio
accessed from the ground floor via both steps and a lift, opening onto a
An office/studio and double garage spaces are useful as is the workshop. Established formal gardens include a spring fed pond, granite hard
landscaping, mine remains, sweeping lawns, mature trees and shrubs – a
haven for wildlife. Over 12 acres of land include woodland and a paddock; ruins of the former engine house remain within the grounds
Many Waters has a convenient location within the Dartmoor National Park, just eight miles from Exeter.
The guide price is £700,000. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01392 229 426 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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