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Deer Park is a relatively modern property enjoying a high degree of rural tranquillity and seclusion

Situated on part of the former Stevenstone Estate, Deer Park is a relatively modern property enjoying a high degree of rural tranquillity and seclusion - Credit: John Smale & Co

Property of the Week offers a unique combination of heritage, history and modern convenience, further complemented by uninterrupted rural views.

The property in Stevenstone, Torrington, is a rare opportunity to acquire a substantial detached contemporary home offering a flexible five-bedroom layout with three bathrooms, nestled within the former grounds of a grand manorial estate.

The detached home offers a flexible five-bedroom layout with three bathrooms

The detached home offers a flexible five-bedroom layout with three bathrooms - Credit: John Smale & Co

The grounds include ruins of significant historical interest and may have development potential subject to necessary planning permissions.

Approached via a most impressive gateway and accessed via almost half-a-mile of driveway, the scene is well and truly set before one even sets foot in the grounds of Deer Park itself.

Situated on part of the former Stevenstone Estate, Deer Park is a relatively modern property enjoying a high degree of rural tranquillity and seclusion and having delightful and far-reaching rural views.

The property itself sits on a plot of approximately 2.5 acres and offers a range of outbuildings commensurate with such a holding including numerous sheds and a tractor barn.

The land is divided between a garden area, a charming orchard and a set of listed ruins which add a considerable degree of charm and intrigue to the property.

The formal lawn with listed balustraded wall, which act as an indicator of the estates palatial past

The formal lawn with listed balustraded wall, which act as an indicator of the estates palatial past - Credit: John Smale & Co

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There are further complemented by the formal lawn area with listed balustraded wall, which act as an indicator of the estates palatial past.

There may be potential to develop - either as a separate plot or as an additional property - these ruins , subject to Listed Building Consent.

Offers over £850,000 are invited for the property. For further information, contact Andrew at John Smale & Company on 01271 342 000

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