2 Whitehall Manor Churchstow Kingsbridge
A beautifully presented elegant home of character forming part of Whitehall Manor, a country house steeped in history with south facing Sun Room opening to a pleasant sheltered terrace leading onto lawns and communal grounds. The house was built as a retreat by the monks of Buckfast Abbey and after the Reformation is reputed to have been used by Samuel Pepys, the famous diarist, while he was reviewing the Naval Laws. It was then that it became known as Whitehall Manor. The Manor is set in 5 Acres of mature grounds with fine old oak and beech trees on the outskirts of Churchstow village.
The Manor, converted in the 1980’s into houses and flats, is mainly of traditional stone construction with natural and painted elevations under tiled roofs. No.2 is a beautifully presented spacious mid terraced two storey house having PVCu double glazed windows. The very comfortable accommodation with ‘Economy 7’ electric heating comprises:
- Character home
- Situated in large grounds
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Energy Efficiency & Environmental Impact
Lying to the south side and accessed from the Dining/Sun Room is a paved terrace bounded on the sides with climbers on trellis opening to lawns. The well maintained grounds extending to approximately five acres are laid to lawns planted with well established flowering shrubs, flower beds, trees including oak and beech. Also within the grounds are picnic and barbeque areas and a former tennis court. A long driveway leads from the road to a parking area for visitors and boat storage.
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