The Miners Arms is located in a delightful semi-rural country setting in the very heart of this traditional Devon village of Hemerdon, lying on the southern boundaries of Dartmoor National Park and on the outskirts of the major South Devon city of Plymouth. From its slightly elevated position it enjoys some breath-taking views to the south across the surrounding countryside.
Hermerdon is a traditional and popular South Hams village, surrounded by rolling countryside and only a stone’s throw from the wild open moorlands of Dartmoor National Park. This peaceful setting also enjoys excellent links to the local area and is only a short drive from the major South Devon city of Plymouth and the sensational South Devon coastline. The village has a true community feel, with a variety of local clubs and social groups, access to a community orchard and a vibrant village hall. It is located within the secondary catchment area of Ivybridge Community College, rated “Outstanding” by Ofsted, and for which transported is provided. Primary schooling is available at All Saints in Sparkwell.
The sought after suburb of Plympton is only a mile or two to the south which offers a full variety of amenities and facilities including independent shops, supermarkets, library and swimming pool. In turn, there is quick and easy access to the Devon Expressway and to Plymouth, which thereafter provides excellent motorway links to the rest of the country via the M4 and M5. Plymouth’s vibrant city centre and Derriford Hospital are only 30 minutes away.
The rugged breath-taking beauty of the Dartmoor National Park to the north offers a full variety of outdoor pursuits including riding, walking, climbing and cycling. The South Hams beaches of Mothecombe, Bigbury, Bantham and Wembury are all within an hours’ drive and Plymouth Sound and the yachting haven of Newton Ferrers offer opportunities for sailing, paddle boarding and kayaking.
The property is detached and Grade II Listed and is believed to date back to the 17th Century. A variety of extensions and additions have been added over the years including the stunning conservatory restaurant area to the rear. As one would expect with a property of this age and history, it has a wealth of “Olde Worlde” charm and character with exposed stone walls and beam ceilings, open fireplaces, slate floors and its own well located in one of the bars. These original features are complimented by the contemporary conservatory dining area and modern commercial kitchens. The property itself is situated in just over an acre of its own grounds and benefits from a large tarmacadam customer car parking area with space for approx. 50 cars, children’s play area and a stunning enclosed trade garden and patio which enjoys lovely views out across the surrounding countryside to the south.
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