A beautiful seven-bedroom period property, in a stunning rural location, with 10-acre grounds with lake and permission to develop a traditional stone barn
Stunning rural location
Stone barn with Planning Permission
Close proximity to Salcombe
4,000 square feet
Land and stabling
West Prawle House is a charming period property with extensive grounds, set in a peaceful rural location, on the southern tip of the Devon coastline, close to the beautiful and popular sailing spot at Salcombe Estuary. The house itself boasts more than 4,000 square feet of characterful accommodation, with six reception rooms and seven generous bedrooms. The property also benefits from a substantial traditional stone barn and stables complex, which has been granted planning permission to be converted into a five bedroom residential property.
The existing house is well presented, with a welcoming, homely feel throughout. The drawing room has an open fireplace and a sunny southeast-facing aspect, with French doors opening onto the gardens, whilst the dining room also has French doors. There is a comfortable family room, plus a games room and a useful study. The attractive kitchen has cream wooden units and solid wood worktops, with a split Belfast sink and range cooker with a 4 oven AGA.
Upstairs, each of the bedrooms is a well proportioned double, with the master benefitting from an en suite bathroom with separate shower unit, and a dressing room. Four further bedroom have an en suite shower room, while there is a family bathroom and an additional shower room. A balcony runs along the length of the east-facing first floor, with access from five of the bedrooms, offering stunning views across the countryside, to Dartmoor.
The property is accessed via a wooden gate, opening onto a gravel driveway, which provides plenty of parking space. There is a well maintained landscaped garden, with an array of mature trees and established shrubs, three distinct lawns and a paved terrace area. There are double gates leading to a courtyard area, with a walled vegetable garden, plus three stone storage sheds, which were formerly pig houses. Beyond the gardens, the property’s grounds extend to the north, with the site totalling approximately 10 acres in all. There are two field shelters and superb grazing land for livestock, with a stream-fed freshwater lake providing a water source.