A classical six-bedroomed Georgian former vicarage with 30 acres of parkland, cricket pitch and woodland.
Whitchurch House is a Grade II-listed former vicarage, built in the 18th century with 19th century re-modelling.
It has six bedrooms and classical proportions with high ceilings, large sash windows and a south west-facing position.
The house is located directly on the edge of open moorland, close to the village of Whitchurch, which is about 1.5 miles from Tavistock town centre in West Devon.
It sits hidden away in a private position within its own parkland and is approached down a private drive with views from the house over its gardens, grounds and parkland. The gardens continue around to the south and west of the house. A moorland gate opens directly from the property on to Dartmoor. In all, the property has about 30 acres of land.
The house has a beautiful morning room and drawing room with views over the gardens and parkland. Its large bright entrance hall has a sweeping turned staircase lit by a high cupola. There is a well fitted kitchen/breakfast room which adjoins a formal dining room. To the rear of the house is a gym, laundry room, shower room and boot room.
On the first floor there are six bedrooms including a master bedroom suite and guest bedroom suite, both with an en-suite bathroom and dressing room.
The house has a hard tennis court, a coach house, garage and traditional farm buildings. The grounds are interspersed with a range of attractive mature parkland trees. The parkland itself extends to about 30 acres and is all down to permanent pasture. The majority is let out on a short-term grazing licence. A stream runs through the middle of the land.
The property also owns the village cricket ground, which is fenced with its pavilion and let to the village club on a short-term lease.