Breakfast Churston Ferrers Devon
Beautifully refurbished and extended detached house in a sought-after residential location
Ready to move straight into with all new mod-cons
High quality fittings and huge scope for flexible living
Luxury designer kitchen with breakfast/dining area
Lovely sitting room with vaulted ceiling, picture windows and log-burner
Luxury ground floor shower room
Dining room and snug
4 bedrooms (master en-suite) and luxury family bathroom
Large level gardens, carport and extensive parking, with plot approaching 1/3rd acre
Coastal path, beaches, award winning schools, a golf course and local shops all within walking distance
From Torquay proceed towards Paignton and Goodrington on the Dartmouth Road (A379). Pass Churston Broadway shops staying in the left hand lane marked Brixham and Dartmouth. Immediately after traffic lights turn left onto Bascombe Road, then first right into Warborough Road.
From Exeter take the South Devon Highway (A380) following the signs for Brixham. Continue on the Brixham Road (A3022) until reaching traffic lights at Churston. Turn right (still signed Brixham) onto Dartmouth Road and then turn left onto Bascombe Road, then first right into Warborough Road.
Oakhurst is in a prestigious residential spot in Churston Ferrers. Enjoying privacy in a tree-lined environment with a nearby public footpath to the sandy beach of Broadsands and the South West coastal path, picturesque coves and the historic port of Brixham with its marina and harbour which lies around 2 miles away. The River Dart and world-renowned naval town of Dartmouth are a ferry ride away from nearby Kingswear. Beyond is the outstanding South Hams coastline. Churston Grammar School is within walking distance and the South Devon College is just minutes’ away by car. The attractions of Torbay, Totnes and Dartington have the widest range of interests - from retail to sailing, the award-winning Churston Farm Shop is nearby. The recently opened South Devon Highway gives fast access to the Cathedral and University city of Exeter and the M5 motorway - 27 miles.
Oakhurst is a very attractive house blending into its enviable surroundings and complemented by must-see internal fixtures and fittings. The Staverton-built house has been extensively renovated, refurbished and impressively extended. The recent renovation has brought a 1950's house bang up-to-date with recently renewed wiring and heating. The high-spec intoto kitchen highlights the overall modern style emphasised by the lounge with its vaulted ceiling, delightful garden windows and wood-burning stove. Both open onto a large limestone patio underlining the sense of inside/outside living. The expansive ground floor also has a snug and a further reception room that could interact with the striking shower room to create a guest suite or accommodation for a dependent relative. The whole house has a wonderful ambiance, highlighting modern-day living in an established setting, with flexibility and quality the key aspects.
Ground floor An attractive open Entrance Porch has a feature composite and part-glazed front door to the...
Entrance Hall; a lovely welcoming space with beautifully restored parquet floor, a staircase with an oak balustrade to the first floor, an understairs cupboard and feature oak and part-glazed doors.
A Snug with matching parquet flooring and French doors to the outside has double oak framed part-glazed doors to the...