From Collaton St Mary turn right by the Parkers Arms Inn following the road to Stoke Gabriel. After about one and a half miles take the third turn left into Long Road, and continue down the hill over a stone bridge, and the property will be seen on the right hand side.
Brooke Linhay is situated in an unspoilt valley with fields and apple orchards. Stoke Gabriel, a picturesque village, is about a mile away on the banks of the River Dart. The seaside towns of Paignton and Torquay are to the East where there are extensive facilities. The historic Elizabethan market town of Totnes, just five miles away has a railway station on the main Penzance to London Paddington line. Also amenities including hospital, churches and independent shops, cafes and restaurants and Norman Castle.
Brooke Linhay is a Grade II Listed Barn being one of a group of barns converted about twenty years ago, having spacious and tastefully presented well laid out accommodation arranged over three floors. The gardens lie to the West and are bordered by a stream with small water fall.
The property comprises, with approximate measurements;
Wooden front door with large obscured glazed window. Stairs to the first floor. Coving to ceiling. Radiator.
Low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Radiator. Coving to ceiling. Extractor.
Recently modernised with Oak fronted cupboards and drawers to the full length of one side with light grey work surfaces, inset one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap, deep window cill with views onto garden and countryside. Smeg electric fan oven and grill, five ring stainless steel gas hob and curved glass cooker filter over. Kenwood Fridge/freezer, electric extractor fan, track with three mini spotlamps, plate rack and tiling to the walls. Radiator and coved ceiling.
Wall and base level units. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Single draining single bowl stainless steel sink unit. Fitted shelving. Radiator. Coving to ceiling.
Feature stone walling with illuminated alcove, Oak lintel, two wooden double glazed windows overlooking a courtyard. Radiator. Coving to ceiling. Stairs to:
LOWER GROUND FLOOR LOBBY
Coving to ceiling. Radiator.
A large room with double glazed doors opening onto the rear gardens. Radiator. Coving to ceiling. Two illuminated arched recesses.
Two double glazed French doors opening onto a small patio. Radiator. Coving to ceiling. Two ranges of deep built in wardrobes. Door to:
Part tiled with white suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap and hand shower attachment, low level WC and wash hand basin. Extractor fan.
Stairs from the entrance hallway rise to the FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and boiler. Built in wardrobe. Doors to:
Large double glazed window overlooking front of property with views to orchard . Radiator.
Double glazed window with extensive views across the valley. Radiator.
Part tiled with panelled bath with mixer tap and hand shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Extractor fan. Mirror fronted cabinet. Radiator.
The property is approached over a brick paved courtyard where there is ample parking. To the corner is an ornamental garden bordered by low stone edging. The gardens to the side, with access from the sitting room, are attractively laid to patio and chippings with feature banks and a variety of shrubs and plants. Across a private drive there is a lawned area with Maple trees, a young chestnut and Olive tree bordered by a stream.
Mains water, electricity and gas with private drainage. New Ideal Logic gas boiler fitted March 2017.
Torbay District Council
01803 201201 www.torbay.gov.uk www.landregistry.co.uk