Doesn’t look much from the outside, but from the inside and views of the four-bedroomed Langman’s Quarry house in West Buckland, Kingsbridge, Devon make it worth the effort.
According to the agent, it is situated between two of the most favoured and sought after villages in South Devon – Thurlestone and Bantham – and was designed by a highly-regarded local architect. Not regarded enough to have a name though. Oh well.
Anyway, it was built using traditional methods and was constructed with one eye on those views over West Buckland village and on down to Bantham and Burgh Island. On a clear day the views extend in a westerly direction along the South Devon coast and as far as the Rame Peninsula in Cornwall. To the north and east there are also views over open farmland. If you fancy a bit of country, you can’t go far wrong.
In terms of accommodation, there’s an entrance hall, a sitting room with a vaulted and beamed ceiling, plus a picture window and a patio door to a terrace. There’s also a dual aspect dining room, a kitchen area, a rear lobby, inner lobby, boiler room utility room, four bedrooms, a bathroom, an additional en-suite bathroom and a detached double garage outside. The whole place is sat in a third of an acre.
So lots of space and a great location. Which is why the asking price is £650,000.