Location and luxury are important features
Ingsdon is a development of four luxury homes in glorious open countryside about three miles from Newton Abbot.
It was built on the site of a former manor house that was destroyed by fire in 1979, but until then had been operating as a convent school for girls.
Clearly this lovely location, which was mentioned in the Doomsday book, had been chosen for its extensive southerly views over a wide part of South Devon.
Some 12 years after the fire planning permission was granted for only four properties to be built on this large six acre site which was then developed by Midas Homes in 1989 with Paganel House being chosen as the show home, as it had the best views and largest garden.
Since then the property has been the subject of considerable expenditure by the owners who have brought it right up to date.
Quality furniture has been fitted in three of the five bedrooms and the luxuriously-appointed family bathroom and en-suite facilities also feature superior sanitary ware and fittings.
The spacious kitchen, with excellent breakfast area, has bespoke units and integrated appliances and the double-glazed conservatory is a wonderful room to been enjoyed throughout the seasons.
With a guide price of £875,000 further details can be obtained from Fulfords Country & Waterside (01392 660007) or the Newton Abbot office (01626 351951).