Wild Goose House is superbly presented with a wealth of original character features. It is understand to date back to 1900. The entrance hall with alarm panel leads to the kitchen breakfast room which is well fitted with a range of
units and granite work surfaces. The kitchen leads to the utility room with cloakroom off. The dining room has useful built in book shelving and stairs to the first floor, it opens through to the Lounge with a wood burning stove. French doors open to the garden from where you can see the amazing garden and countryside views.
On the first floor the main bedroom has far reaching views and an en-suite bathroom. The other two bedrooms have views over the surrounding area. There is a family bathroom.
The loft area is accessed from the landing, it has potential as a hobbies room with power and light.
The rear garden is accessed via the lounge with the patio area being part of the freehold of the property. The remainder of the garden the owners have sole and exclusive use of. The garden is arranged with level lawn, and a variety of mature shrubs and plants. The terrace enjoys a sunny aspect. The magnificent open views are across the valley through woodland to Dartmouth with
countryside beyond and include views of the steam railway line and viaduct. There is also a freehold parking space in the grounds of Maypool Park.
The property is situated high on the hills above the River Dart Valley close to an area of outstanding natural beauty. It is near to Agatha Christie's Greenway which she referred to as ''the most beautiful place in the world''. The cottage has access to wonderful walking and sounds of wildlife while still being close to local facilities. Maypool is a small ancient hamlet of stone houses between the estuary villages of Galmpton and Stoke Gabriel with easy access to the towns of Totnes, Kingswear and Torquay. It is also 5 minutes
drive from Darthaven Marina and 10 minutes walk and ferry boat ride away from Ditisham, the Anchorstone Cafe and Ferryboat Inn. Torbay has extensive, leisure, commercial, retail and seaside facilities and is only a few miles away, whilst the marinas, yachting and boating facilities of Kingswear and Dartmouth are conveniently close. The area has long been appreciated for the combination of beautiful surroundings, accessibility and opportunities of water based recreation. Totnes is a bustling and thriving market town that retains much of its original character, full of interest with a wide range of good local schools, shops and
recreational facilities including indoor swimming pool and boating opportunities on the River Dart. It would also be possible to have a boat moored down on the river below the house. Dartmouth, at the mouth of the estuary, is not only an historic fishing and seafaring port but also home to the
Britannia Royal Naval College.