Big. Very Pretty. Exceptionally well presented and hidden in plain sight. By this I mean that what you notice when you pass the home is less than half the story. One might never imagine that behind the handsome doorway there are six bedrooms, six bathrooms, six reception rooms, a large and stylish kitchen/dining room (most with beautiful views) and to top it off, pretty gardens, a double garage and various outbuildings all within a short stroll of the Town Centre. The home is grade 2 listed, has a classic and interesting double fronted façade with an equally stunning slate tiled side elevation (which begins to highlight its size) and has been extensively refurbished by the current custodians of some 25 years.
In the past, the home has provided income from Bed and Breakfast rather informally and I believe would make a perfect ?ready to go? business proposition. Not least because two of the reception rooms are used as a snooker room and gym and snug/cinema room respectively. The larger games room also features the old water well, cased in glass to make a stunning and safe feature. The staircase is also retractable which allows full cue room about a full-size snooker table. The staircase to the cinema room is also a feature. It is a bespoke made, decorative Iron spiral leading from the sitting room, passing the gorgeous fireplace and feature timber panelling. Not to be out done, the living room also has a feature wood burner and surround and double doors out to the balcony to take in the views. The bedrooms each have a unique feel and some feature vaulted ceilings, five are ensuite and the remaining double has the benefit of the four-piece bathroom with roll top bath itself. Attention to detail is evident both in and out of the home. The garage is even immaculate. Furthermore, and reassuringly the home has been looked after by those who know and understand period properties and it has wanted for nothing. I genuinely love this home. If not for all the practicality, for the pure smiles at what secrets it hides behind almost every door and every corner.
A large home, income, dual living (there is a ground floor ensuite bedroom and the home has served for this purpose also in the past) or just that you want enough room for the whole family to all stay at once, whatever your reasons ? We look forward to greeting you at this stunning home for your exclusive viewing tour. Remember, it could be a quarter of a century before the opportunity to buy this home arises again.
On Foot: Leaving our office to your left, proceed along Well Street and follow right into New Road passing the pretty gated development where the property will be situated immediately on the right hand side with nameplate clearly displayed.
By Car: Approaching Torrington along the A386, turn right (or left from the B3232) at the roundabout with Marks and Spencer?s on to New Road (A386) signed for Okehampton. Follow past the first turning on the right (Well Street) and turn right just passed the gated development into the driveway for Windsor House. There is plenty of parking along the right and next to the garage.