An Impressive And Substantial Detached Victorian Villa
Set In An Enviable Tucked Away And Yet Convenient Position With Wonderful Views Across The Bay....
Warberry House is a beautiful detached Victorian villa set in an enviable ‘tucked away’ and yet convenient position within a pillared gated approach. The large bay windows and high ceilings in the principal accommodation gave a real sense of past grandeur and meld well with the many modern features that the house has to offer. The property has been improved and maintained to a goo standard and is offered in excellent decorative condition. Gas central heating is installed to the principal accommodation, along with many replacement double glazed windows and the apartments are all individually serviced with electric night storage heating. Within the main part of the property a large welcoming reception hallway opens to the imposing sitting room, that in turn opens to the dining room. Both these rooms having splay-bay windows with breath-taking views across Torbay and the dining room opens to a wonderful under cover veranda, with feature tiled floor that in turn opens to a terrace with a feature balustrade and the gardens beyond. A dual aspect study/sun room also enjoys wonderful views across the gardens and beyond and has French doors, also leading onto the veranda and terrace. The sitting room opens to the master bedroom suite, well equipped with fitted cupboards/wardrobes, a high quality en suite bathroom and a window overlooking the gardens. The kitchen/breakfast room is well fitted with a range of attractive modern units and also enjoys good views across the grounds towards Dartmoor on a clear day. The breakfast area has a picture window to the front enjoying fine sea views, as well as further French door leading to the veranda.
Torbay comprises of three coastal towns and is regarded as a gem on the South Devon Coastline, known at the English Riviera and offering something of a microclimate with its palm trees and sandy beaches. The bay stretches from the quaint fishing port of Brixham and Berry Head on the western side to the popular resort of Torquay with its numerous tourist attractions, expansive promenades, marina, grand hotels and excellent opportunities for boating and water sports etc. The three Warberry roads, are a prestigious location within the town, characterised by large period properties set on a south facing hillside above the town and harbour, offering a relatively peaceful setting but with great convenience for access to the promenade, harbour, various beaches, high street shops, restaurants and cafes etc. There are a good range of educational facilities within easy reach, including the renowned grammar schools and South Devon College. Improving local infrastructure includes the relatively recently opened South Devon link road, which makes for an easy commute to the Cathedral City of Exeter which lies around 23 miles to the north with its international airport that offers flights to London. A mainline rail link to London Paddington is available at Newton Abbot.