RubiX – Newton Ferrers
RubiX is a beautiful newly built, 5 double bedroom with fully fitted wardrobes,3 reception room home, of contemporary style, occupying a stunning south facing position and commanding outstanding views over the River Yealm, east towards Noss Mayo, west towards Newton Ferrers deep-water pool and National Trust Land.
The entrance to RubiX is approached through the electric gates, with ample parking and direct access to the garage. Entering through the unique front door into a magnificent living room with triple aluminium sliding doors looking south to the sun terrace. The glass and oak stairs lead up to the dining room where you can open the bi-folding doors and step onto the south facing tiled balcony. Porcelain tiles with underfloor heating sweep through the dining room into the kitchen/breakfast room where you will find a state of the art fully fitted kitchen with top of the range Siemens twin conventional ovens, convector microwave, steam oven and appliances. Further ground floor accommodation offers a study, cloakroom and utility room.
The first floor offers four double bedrooms, (master and first guest rooms have beautiful Duravit en-suite walk-in double shower rooms) and a family bathroom suite with freestanding bath and walk-in double shower, this floor also boasts a laundry/drying room. The second floor enjoys bedroom five, shower room and access onto the fabulous tiled roof terrace where you can relax in the hot tub with a glass of bubbly absorbing the panoramic south facing views over the River Yealm.
Gardens and Grounds
To the front of the property is generous parking; the garden uses a combination of trees and shrubs that complement the house using Zen techniques of restraint, understatement and muted palette of colour. Semi mature trees give instant presence and larch heartwood timbers together with English box cubes are subtly employed to resonate with the clean architectural lines of the house. Patio doors lead you onto the private rear garden where you can enjoy breakfast in the morning sun.
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