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What's In The House

Downstairs there are three entrances to the house, and three spacious living areas: the sitting room, the passage/dining room, and the parlour. The large farmhouse kitchen seats up to eight, and there is also a shower room/loo and a boot/utility room (with dryer, fridge/freezer and microwave/convection oven). Up the winding stone stairs are the four bedrooms with views out over the garden and fields, and a bathroom/loo.
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Much of the character of the house derives from the art works – paintings, collages and assemblages – hanging on the walls of every room. These are the work of Hugh Lee, a self-taught artist. For images and further details of his work, some of which is available for sale, go to hughlee.co.uk
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The rambling (and somewhat overgrown) garden slopes down the hillside with views over raised grassy banks to the Dart valley and moorland beyond, and a terrace with garden table and chairs. In the garage there is parking for one car, with space for a second outside.
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There is a Stanley oil fired cooker, which also operates the central heating and hot water. In addition there is a very effective woodburning stove in the sitting room. There is wi-fi, but no television.

All utilities, logs, towels and bedding are included.
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What's In The House

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Downstairs there are three entrances to the house, and three spacious living areas: the sitting room, the passage/dining room, and the parlour. The large farmhouse kitchen seats up to eight, and there is also a shower room/loo and a boot/utility room (with dryer and fridge/freezer). Up the winding stone stairs are the four bedrooms with views out over the garden and fields, and a bathroom/loo. Upstairs is much altered, though there are still some original features such as windows with moulded granite surrounds, and wooden roof beams. But downstairs, there is still much evidence of the building’s original stonework, mouldings and structure. The sitting room has a sixteenth century beam painting of scrolls and foliage, and a mullioned window of ecclesiastical design. The parlour has carved details on its beams and joists, and both rooms have large granite fireplaces with stoves.
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The rambling (and somewhat overgrown) garden slopes down the hillside with views over raised grassy banks to the Dart valley and moorland beyond, and a terrace with garden table and chairs. In the garage there is parking for one car, with space for a second outside.

There is a Stanley oil fired cooker, which also operates the central heating and hot water. There is wi-fi, but no television. All utilities, logs, towels and bedding are included.
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