Bentley

Dartmeet, Devon

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£307
Not dog friendly
Internet / Wi-Fi
Parking available

A traditional semi-detached house offering a modern style throughout, nestled in the perfect rural location of Dartmoor

A traditional semi-detached house offering a modern style throughout, nestled in the perfect rural location of Dartmoor

At A Glance

This property does not accept short breaks during school holidays or during any peak season.
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Grading
5 Star
Property Type House

Description

Bentley is a beautiful semi-detached house located in Dartmoor National Park and surrounded by breath-taking countryside. Built in 1906, Bentley was orginally built for a gin baron and received its name from the original purpose of the building as the chauffeur quarters semi-detached with the gardener’s quarters.

Traditionally decorated with classical twists, the spacious rooms are comfortable and flooded with natural light. In the living room, a log burner makes for a cosy evening in after a long day exploring the moors and all they have to offer.

The property has 25 acres of land which runs down to the River Dart and straight on to the moors. There is wooded valleys with 400 hundred year old oak trees, a beautiful bluebell meadow in spring as well as private fishing. There is a front garden, a large meadow to the rear of the property with a patio furnished with table, chairs and barbeque and a large roof terrace accessed from the landing.

Bentley is nestled in the heart of Dartmoor’s beautiful countryside which in any kind of weather supplies magnificent and picturesque surroundings. Dartmoor is a beautiful area of moorland protected by National Park Status. As Dartmoor National Park it covers over 954 square kilometres of striking scenery from lakes and rivers to Tors. As well as walks Dartmoor offers fishing, canoeing, kayaking and a number of lovely pubs and restaurants including Gidleigh Park and The Rugglestone Inn. Baybeny Horse Riding Stables is also within easy reach for those wishing to explore the moors on horseback.

Bentley is a beautiful semi-detached house located in Dartmoor National Park and surrounded by breath-taking countryside. Built in 1906, Bentley was orginally built for a gin baron and received its name from the original purpose of the building as the chauffeur quarters semi-detached with the gardener’s quarters.

Traditionally decorated with classical twists, the spacious rooms are comfortable and flooded with natural light. In the living room, a log burner makes for a cosy evening in after a long day exploring the moors and all they have to offer.

The property has 25 acres of land which runs down to the River Dart and straight on to the moors. There is wooded valleys with 400 hundred year old oak trees, a beautiful bluebell meadow in spring as well as private fishing. There is a front garden, a large meadow to the rear of the property with a patio furnished with table, chairs and barbeque and a large roof terrace accessed from the landing.

Bentley is nestled in the heart of Dartmoor’s beautiful countryside which in any kind of weather supplies magnificent and picturesque surroundings. Dartmoor is a beautiful area of moorland protected by National Park Status. As Dartmoor National Park it covers over 954 square kilometres of striking scenery from lakes and rivers to Tors. As well as walks Dartmoor offers fishing, canoeing, kayaking and a number of lovely pubs and restaurants including Gidleigh Park and The Rugglestone Inn. Baybeny Horse Riding Stables is also within easy reach for those wishing to explore the moors on horseback.

Relaxing

Living Room/Area
  • Located on the ground floor with access to the conservatory
  • Open plan with dining area
  • Furnished with three sofas seating eight, coffee table, side tables and book shelves
  • Features a log burning stove
  • Entertainment provided by a 30” flatscreen TV with DVD player
Conservatory
  • Located on the ground floor with panoramic views of the gardens
  • Furnished with sofa and coffee table
Study
  • Located on the first floor with access to the garden and garage area via a small bridge
  • Furnished with two armchairs, table with lamps and a desk with seating for one

Cooking & Dining

Kitchen/Utility
  • Located on the ground floor with breakfast bar seating two and small table seating four
  • Featuring Aga style Rayburn, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine
  • Fully equipped with a range of utensils and accessories including blender, iron, ironing board, kettle and toaster
     
Dining Room/Area
  • Dining area features a table and seating for four

Sleeping

Master Bedroom
  • Located on the first floor with views of the garden
  • Furnished with a king-size bed, bedside tables with lamps, dressing table and chest of drawers
Bedroom 2
  • Located on the first floor
  • Furnished with a double bed, bedside tables with lamps and a chest of drawers

Bathing

Family Bathroom
  • Main shower room located on the first floor
  • Furnished with a walk in shower cubicle, wash basin, WC, heated towel rail, shaver point and mirror
Bathroom 2
  • En suite to bedroom one furnished with free standing roll top bath, designer wash basin, WC, heated towel rail, shaver point and mirror

Outdoors

  • Large roof terrace accessed from the landing
  • Garden furnished with a barbeque, patio table and chairs
  • Open plan garden leading to a large field

Parking

  • Parking available for up to two cars
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At A Glance

This property does not accept short breaks during school holidays or during any peak season.
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Grading
5 Star
Property Type House
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Brilliant Dartmoor holiday

We have just returned from staying at this beautifully located holiday home in Dartmeet in the Dartmoor National Park. The property is stunning outside and is surrounded by mature trees and gardens. It is an exceptionally peaceful place. The inside is beautifully appointed with restful colours and furnishings. It is very well equipped and we actually learnt how to cook on the Rayburn, which was a bit daunting at first but we got the hang of it quite quickly (now wishing we had one at home!) The walking in the surrounding countryside was a delight, whatever the weather. A special thank you to Claire and Mike Stephens who own this lovely welcoming property.
By Josephine Gilchrist
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