WYSE HOMES PROPERTY DEVELOPMENTHuntly Bishopsteignton
The new property development comprises six apartments, nine houses and a coach house, all of which boast stunning views of the Teign Estuary.
TQ14 9SL, Bishopsteignton, Devon
16-property development in Devon
The Huntly development is in the heart of the village of Bishopsteignton in tranquil landscaped grounds studded with majestic specimen trees. In the Victorian era, Huntly was a Hydro Spa Hotel, during which time reportedly visited by the famous play writer Noel Coward. The Officers Association bought Huntly in 1950 to provide a residential home for Ex-RAF officers and housed some of our most highly decorated ‘Ace’ pilots from World War II. During this time, the locals enjoyed the grounds as a venue for various community events.
Wyse Homes endeavoured to redevelop this prestigious building sympathetically to preserve the property’s distinguished history and maintain the stately serenity of the site. We achieved this by retaining and landscaping the original grounds for the enjoyment of the residents and creating select homes built or refurbished to the highest of standards. A quiet area incorporating a carp pond has been included in the design of the gardens, sited to take advantage of the views over the river Teign and the rolling countryside beyond for moments of peaceful reflection.
The development comprises six apartments, nine houses and a coach house, all of which boast stunning views of the Teign Estuary. We sensitively refurbished the properties to retain many period features and incorporate modern finishes such as solid oak flooring throughout and high skirting boards. In addition, the properties have high-spec/modern and fully equipped kitchens, as well as stylish bathrooms. Luxurious finishing touches continue throughout these impressive properties ensuring the buyer of these new homes are 100% satisfied and look forward to enjoying their new home.
Bishopsteignton is a popular, historical village on the edge of the Teign and surrounded by beautiful countryside. The village provides all the amenities you would expect: a village shop, post office, pharmacy, garage, garden centre, pub, and restaurant. Two churches, a vineyard and a public hall also host the community. Nearby there are more significant shopping and recreational facilities in Teignmouth, Newton Abbot and the Cathedral City of Exeter.