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4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 38 1750000Greenslade Taylor Hunt, Tivertonrightmove

A traditional residential smallholding occupying a delightful rural position with an adaptable range of traditional farm buildings, productive pasture, amenity woodland and possible mineral extraction potential.

Lot 1 extends to around 46.78 acres.

Offered for sale as a whole or in up to 2 lots, as follows:-

Lot 1: Farmhouse, farm buildings and pasture, woodland and amenity land, extending in total to about 46.78 Acres - Guide Price £750,000

Lot 2: Productive agricultural land extending in total to about 22.39 Acres - Guide Price £200,000

The vendors' intention is to conclude the sale by public auction (either online or traditional) - date to be confirmed.

Higher Eastbrook Farm is offered for sale on the open mar-ket for the first time in over 68 years, and the sale presents a rare opportunity to acquire an unspoilt and versatile tradi-tional small holding, occupying a rural yet accessible loca-tion close to the village of Burlescombe.

The holding is centred upon a traditional farmhouse provid-ing accommodation extending to around 2,400ft2 which now requires complete renovation and offers the potential to create a superb country residence. The farmhouse prin-cipally overlooks its own private courtyard of traditional farm buildings which may afford potential for further en-largement of the house or for standalone conversion to residential, commercial, holiday or other ancillary uses, sub-ject to obtaining any necessary planning consents. The buildings will also undoubtedly appeal to those prospective purchasers with livestock or equestrian interests.

Higher Eastbrook Farm is offered for sale as a whole or in up to two lots as described in these particulars.

Description and Lotting

Lot 1:-
Higher Eastbrook Farmhouse and Land extend-ing to about 46.78 acres (shaded pink on the identification plan)

This is the principal lot, comprising of the traditional farmhouse and adaptable range of both traditional and modern buildings, together with adjoining agricultural land. The farmstead occu-pies a central position within the surrounding pasture land, and adjacent to the Council lane.

In total, Lot 1 extends to about 46.78 acres and may be further described as follows:-

The Farmhouse:

The farmhouse, which is not listed, has remained unchanged for many years and is now in need of extensive renovation throughout. The house faces south west with a small porch leading to the entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor and access to a down stairs cloakroom with WC and wash ba-sin, together with access to the sitting room with open fire-place and further reception room with larger open fireplace. From here there is a connecting door to the adjoining store/outbuilding flanking the house to the north west and access into the very basic scullery from which a lobby and rear storage room provides access to a bathroom. Returning to the sitting room a connecting door provides access to a large storage room which has a further external door access.

On the first floor a landing serves four bedrooms. The northern most bedroom has access through to a loft room / store formed within part of the adjoining outbuilding.

For approximate room dimensions and layout please refer to the enclosed floor plan.

Outside:

The property is principally accessed via a gated entranceway off of the adjoining Council road leading to the main concreted courtyard. From here, access can be gained to the majority of the outbuildings and the farmhouse. To the front of the farm-house are small lawned garden areas. To the rear of the farm-house (east) is a further partially enclosed courtyard currently overgrown with scrub from which access can be gained to a number of small lean-to stores to the rear of the house as well as to a stone and block built building adjacent to the Council road providing storage and garaging, and a further detached workshop building / tractor shed of part stone, part brick and part block construction. Returning to the west of the farm-house the main traditional courtyard comprises principally stone built buildings (with some brick or block work in parts) consisting of a mainly two storey store building / livestock pens to the north, a detached traditional shippon with small adjoining block built lean-to to the south, and a large L-shape range to the west of the courtyard comprising machinery and livestock pens, substantial former threshing barn used as a machinery store and workshop, and an attractive stone and brick built roundhouse with hipped roof. Within the courtyard there is a small block built former dairy. To the south and west of the threshing barn / main courtyard is a further attractive stone built traditional building with a hipped roof together with lean-to ma-chinery and implement store, a further detached steel framed and block built open fronted machinery store, a steel framed Dutch barn with adjoining lean-to, and a detached block built open fronted livestock shed.

To the north west of the main courtyard, on the opposite side of the Council lane is a further detached stone built traditional building with a mono-pitched roof used for livestock housing and fodder storage. There is a good sized concreted yard to the east of this building with gated access from the lane.

For the approximate dimensions of the main traditional farm buildings please refer to the floor plans contained within these particulars.

The Land:

The land within Lot 1 forms an attractive ring fence surrounding the farmstead, bisected by the council lane which runs south west to north east. To the north of the lane are two gently slop-ing pasture paddocks extending to around 4.1 acres and to the south the land lies either side of the mainline railway cutting and is divided into a number of field enclosures mostly down to pas-ture, together with an attractive parcel of ponds and amenity woodland to the west. In addition there are a number of small paddock and orchard enclosures surrounding the farmstead. South of the railway cutting are further pasture fields and block of mixed deciduous woodland. The land to the north and south of the railway is linked by a vehicular bridge. Lot 1 benefits from both a private borehole and a private well water supply. Parts of the land may afford potential for mineral extraction (subject to all necessary consents) - see note below regarding Minerals. In total Lot 1 extends to about 46.78 acres (18.91 hectares) or thereabouts, as shown shaded pink on the identification plan.

Further land is available separately as Lot 2, which extends to around 22.39 acres (shaded green on the identification plan).

GENERAL REMARKS:

Services:
Mains electricity is connected to the farmhouse. Drainage is to a private system.
Lot 1 is served by a private borehole water supply lying to the south of the farmstead, which is understood to be pumped up to a holding tank in the field to the north of the house from which it is gravity fed back to the farmstead and field troughs. There is also a further private well supply within Lot 1 which currently also serves the farmhouse.

Outgoings:
These are believed to comprise of local Council Tax on the farmhouse (Band F), together with the usual service and environmental charges.

Tenure and Possession:
Freehold with vacant possession available upon completion.

Basic Payment Scheme:
The vendors undertake to make an appropriate claim for the Basic Payment on the land, prior to 15th May 2020, for the 2020 claim year. The purchaser(s) will be required to farm the land in accordance with the cross compliance regulations until the 31st December 2020. The 2020 BPS payment is to be retained by the vendors, unless agreed by separate negotiation. Basic Payment Scheme entitlements for the relevant areas of land will be included within the sale if purchased by an eligible purchaser(s), and in this instance the vendors agree to use their best endeavours to transfer the entitlements to the eligible purchaser(s) in advance of the 2021 BPS claim deadline, subject to receiving written instructions. On request of this transfer the purchaser(s) will be responsible for the vendors Agents’ reasonable costs incurred in completing the relevant transfers.

Environmental Schemes:
The land is not currently subject to any agri-environmental schemes.

Town and Country Planning:
The current use of the farm buildings is agricultural although there may be scope for prospective purchasers to consider alterative uses within the farm buildings, subject to obtaining the nec-essary planning consent(s).

Sporting and Mineral Rights:
The sporting and mineral rights in so far as they are owned will be included within the freehold sale. The majority of the holding falls within a Minerals Consultation Area and Minerals Safeguarding Area owing to identified aggregate deposits, as designated on the Devon Minerals Plan 2011- 2033.

Local Authority:
Mid Devon District Council, Phoenix House, Phoenix Lane, Tiverton, Devon EX16 6PP. Tel .

Measurements and Other Information
All measurements are approximate. Any field numbers and areas shown on the attached plan are based on the Ordnance Survey and are for iden-tification purposes only. They do not necessarily correspond either with the National Grid plan numbers or with those produced on the Rural Land Register.

Whilst we endeavour to make our sales particulars as accurate and reliable as possible, if there are any point which is of particular importance to you please contact the office, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property. We have not tested any of the equipment, appliances, central heating or services.

“Please note the property includes a dwelling requiring significant refurbishment, together with outbuildings and agricultural land, with associated risks.

Our Health and Safety policy requires all interested parties undertaking viewings of this property to be accompanied by a member of our staff. (If so directed by a member of GTH they must wear their own appropriate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)). If interested parties do not adhere to our policy and view the site unaccompanied (or without PPE) then they do so at their own risk and we/the seller cannot be held liable for any personal injury or associated claim for compensation.”

Accessed from a single track Council road, Higher Eastbrook occupies a rural yet readily accessible location a short distance from the A38 main road between Wellington and J27 of the M5 motorway. The nearby village of Burlescombe (circa 0.9 miles) has a Church, primary school and village hall. The near-est main town is Wellington (circa 4.7 miles) which affords a good range of commercial, educational and recreational facili-ties. The A38 provides easy links to the M5 motorway at both J26 and J27. Mainline intercity rail links are available at Tiverton Parkway (6.3 miles). International airports are available at Exe-ter and Bristol.


4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 42 1950000Greenslade Taylor Hunt, Tivertonrightmove

A traditional residential smallholding occupying a delightful rural position with an adaptable range of traditional farm buildings, productive pasture, amenity woodland and possible mineral extraction potential. In all about 69.17 acres.

Offered for sale as a whole or in up to 2 lots, as follows:-

Lot 1: Farmhouse, farm buildings and pasture, woodland and amenity land, extending in total to about 46.78 Acres - Guide Price £750,000

Lot 2: Productive agricultural land extending in total to about 22.39 Acres - Guide Price £200,000

The vendors' intention is to conclude the sale by public auction (either online or traditional) - date to be confirmed.

Higher Eastbrook Farm is offered for sale on the open mar-ket for the first time in over 68 years, and the sale presents a rare opportunity to acquire an unspoilt and versatile tradi-tional small holding, occupying a rural yet accessible loca-tion close to the village of Burlescombe.

The holding is centred upon a traditional farmhouse provid-ing accommodation extending to around 2,400ft2 which now requires complete renovation and offers the potential to create a superb country residence. The farmhouse prin-cipally overlooks its own private courtyard of traditional farm buildings which may afford potential for further en-largement of the house or for standalone conversion to residential, commercial, holiday or other ancillary uses, sub-ject to obtaining any necessary planning consents. The buildings will also undoubtedly appeal to those prospective purchasers with livestock or equestrian interests.

Higher Eastbrook Farm extends in total to about 69.17 acres or thereabouts and is offered for sale as a whole or in up to two lots as described in these particulars.

Description and Lotting

Lot 1:-
Higher Eastbrook Farmhouse and Land extend-ing to about 46.78 acres (shaded pink on the identification plan)

This is the principal lot, comprising of the traditional farmhouse and adaptable range of both traditional and modern buildings, together with adjoining agricultural land. The farmstead occu-pies a central position within the surrounding pasture land, and adjacent to the Council lane.

In total, Lot 1 extends to about 46.78 acres and may be further described as follows:-

The Farmhouse:

The farmhouse, which is not listed, has remained unchanged for many years and is now in need of extensive renovation throughout. The house faces south west with a small porch leading to the entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor and access to a down stairs cloakroom with WC and wash ba-sin, together with access to the sitting room with open fire-place and further reception room with larger open fireplace. From here there is a connecting door to the adjoining store/outbuilding flanking the house to the north west and access into the very basic scullery from which a lobby and rear storage room provides access to a bathroom. Returning to the sitting room a connecting door provides access to a large storage room which has a further external door access.

On the first floor a landing serves four bedrooms. The northern most bedroom has access through to a loft room / store formed within part of the adjoining outbuilding.

For approximate room dimensions and layout please refer to the enclosed floor plan.

Outside:

The property is principally accessed via a gated entranceway off of the adjoining Council road leading to the main concreted courtyard. From here, access can be gained to the majority of the outbuildings and the farmhouse. To the front of the farm-house are small lawned garden areas. To the rear of the farm-house (east) is a further partially enclosed courtyard currently overgrown with scrub from which access can be gained to a number of small lean-to stores to the rear of the house as well as to a stone and block built building adjacent to the Council road providing storage and garaging, and a further detached workshop building / tractor shed of part stone, part brick and part block construction. Returning to the west of the farm-house the main traditional courtyard comprises principally stone built buildings (with some brick or block work in parts) consisting of a mainly two storey store building / livestock pens to the north, a detached traditional shippon with small adjoining block built lean-to to the south, and a large L-shape range to the west of the courtyard comprising machinery and livestock pens, substantial former threshing barn used as a machinery store and workshop, and an attractive stone and brick built roundhouse with hipped roof. Within the courtyard there is a small block built former dairy. To the south and west of the threshing barn / main courtyard is a further attractive stone built traditional building with a hipped roof together with lean-to ma-chinery and implement store, a further detached steel framed and block built open fronted machinery store, a steel framed Dutch barn with adjoining lean-to, and a detached block built open fronted livestock shed.

To the north west of the main courtyard, on the opposite side of the Council lane is a further detached stone built traditional building with a mono-pitched roof used for livestock housing and fodder storage. There is a good sized concreted yard to the east of this building with gated access from the lane.

For the approximate dimensions of the main traditional farm buildings please refer to the floor plans contained within these particulars.

The Land:

The land within Lot 1 forms an attractive ring fence surrounding the farmstead, bisected by the council lane which runs south west to north east. To the north of the lane are two gently slop-ing pasture paddocks extending to around 4.1 acres and to the south the land lies either side of the mainline railway cutting and is divided into a number of field enclosures mostly down to pas-ture, together with an attractive parcel of ponds and amenity woodland to the west. In addition there are a number of small paddock and orchard enclosures surrounding the farmstead. South of the railway cutting are further pasture fields and block of mixed deciduous woodland. The land to the north and south of the railway is linked by a vehicular bridge. Lot 1 benefits from both a private borehole and a private well water supply. Parts of the land may afford potential for mineral extraction (subject to all necessary consents) - see note below regarding Minerals. In total Lot 1 extends to about 46.78 acres (18.91 hectares) or thereabouts, as shown shaded pink on the identification plan.

Lot 2:-
Productive Pasture Land extending to about 22.39 Acres (shaded green on the identification plan)

Situated on the northern side of the Council lane, divided into three good sized enclosures bounded by traditional bank and hedgerows comprising gently undulating productive pasture, which has in the past been used for arable cropping. The land is ideally suited to fodder production. If sold as a sold separate lot, Lot 2 does not have a water supply connected and therefore pro-spective purchasers are advised to factor in the provision of a borehole supply should they wish to graze the land with live-stock. There is a small natural pond area within the centre of the block, although in drier weather conditions it is understood that this is not reliable. The land may afford potential for mineral ex-traction (subject to all necessary consents) - see note below regarding Minerals. Lot 2 is shown shaded green on the identifica-tion plan and extends to about 22.39 acres (9.06 hectares) or thereabouts.

GENERAL REMARKS:

Services:
Mains electricity is connected to the farmhouse. Drainage is to a private system.
Lot 1 is served by a private borehole water supply lying to the south of the farmstead, which is understood to be pumped up to a holding tank in the field to the north of the house from which it is gravity fed back to the farmstead and field troughs. There is also a further private well supply within Lot 1 which currently also serves the farmhouse.

Outgoings:
These are believed to comprise of local Council Tax on the farmhouse (Band F), together with the usual service and environmental charges.

Tenure and Possession:
Freehold with vacant possession available upon completion.

Basic Payment Scheme:
The vendors undertake to make an appropriate claim for the Basic Payment on the land, prior to 15th May 2020, for the 2020 claim year. The purchaser(s) will be required to farm the land in accordance with the cross compliance regulations until the 31st December 2020. The 2020 BPS payment is to be retained by the vendors, unless agreed by separate negotiation. Basic Payment Scheme entitlements for the relevant areas of land will be included within the sale if purchased by an eligible purchaser(s), and in this instance the vendors agree to use their best endeavours to transfer the entitlements to the eligible purchaser(s) in advance of the 2021 BPS claim deadline, subject to receiving written instructions. On request of this transfer the purchaser(s) will be responsible for the vendors Agents’ reasonable costs incurred in completing the relevant transfers.

Environmental Schemes:
The land is not currently subject to any agri-environmental schemes.

Town and Country Planning:
The current use of the farm buildings is agricultural although there may be scope for prospective purchasers to consider alterative uses within the farm buildings, subject to obtaining the nec-essary planning consent(s).

Sporting and Mineral Rights:
The sporting and mineral rights in so far as they are owned will be included within the freehold sale. The majority of the holding falls within a Minerals Consultation Area and Minerals Safeguarding Area owing to identified aggregate deposits, as designated on the Devon Minerals Plan 2011- 2033.

Local Authority:
Mid Devon District Council, Phoenix House, Phoenix Lane, Tiverton, Devon EX16 6PP. Tel .

Measurements and Other Information
All measurements are approximate. Any field numbers and areas shown on the attached plan are based on the Ordnance Survey and are for iden-tification purposes only. They do not necessarily correspond either with the National Grid plan numbers or with those produced on the Rural Land Register.

Whilst we endeavour to make our sales particulars as accurate and reliable as possible, if there are any point which is of particular importance to you please contact the office, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property. We have not tested any of the equipment, appliances, central heating or services.

“Please note the property includes a dwelling requiring significant refurbishment, together with outbuildings and agricultural land, with associated risks.

Our Health and Safety policy requires all interested parties undertaking viewings of this property to be accompanied by a member of our staff. (If so directed by a member of GTH they must wear their own appropriate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)). If interested parties do not adhere to our policy and view the site unaccompanied (or without PPE) then they do so at their own risk and we/the seller cannot be held liable for any personal injury or associated claim for compensation.”

Accessed from a single track Council road, Higher Eastbrook occupies a rural yet readily accessible location a short distance from the A38 main road between Wellington and J27 of the M5 motorway. The nearby village of Burlescombe (circa 0.9 miles) has a Church, primary school and village hall. The near-est main town is Wellington (circa 4.7 miles) which affords a good range of commercial, educational and recreational facili-ties. The A38 provides easy links to the M5 motorway at both J26 and J27. Mainline intercity rail links are available at Tiverton Parkway (6.3 miles). International airports are available at Exe-ter and Bristol.


3 Bedroom House For Sale
3 bedroom house for sale 15 299950Welden & Edwards, Tivertonrightmove

Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in Sampford Peverell, this property is in an idyllic location. Offering 3 double bedrooms, spacious kitchen diner, lounge and lawn to the front and rear. The property also benefits from a workshop/garage and ample driveway parking for up to 5 cars.

Description - From the front porch, the door takes you into a wide hallway with smart wooden effect floorboards. To the left of the front door is a smart cloakroom with WC and handbasin. Further down off the hallway is the family living room with front aspect views across the decking, finished with neutral tones and cream carpet.

The kitchen diner is accessed at the end of the hallway and has rear aspect views across the private lawn. The kitchen has endless storage with a huge range of wall and base units in a smart cream as well as space for a large stand alone fridge freezer. The kitchen also benefits from a large multi-ring gas cooker,

A side door from the kitchen steps down onto the covered patio which walks around to the rear of the house to the garden and further patio area.

The windows throughout the kitchen, lounge and the rear door from the kitchen are brand new as of 2020. A number of the electricity points have been upgraded to include USB points and TV is available in every room of the house.

Upstairs, a family bathroom with shower over bath, WC and hand basin is located at the top of the stairs. Two further double bedrooms come off the hallway, both with built in wardrobe space. The hallway continues through the house to a second staircase which leads up to the third bedroom which has been renovated from an attic space. This creates a fantastic large and bright bedroom with two rear aspect windows offering a long distance countryside view.

Outside, the property has a privately accessed, detached garage which has been split to afford a separate work room/office to the rear of the garage. The garage and work room has electricity points throughout and has been fully insulated. There is an outside tap and exterior electricity point as well as storage area which can be changed into alternative access to the side of the property.

Sampford Peverell - Sampford Peverell is a village and civil parish in Mid-Devon, England. The parish is surrounded, clockwise from the north, by the parishes of Hockworthy, Holcombe Rogus, Burlescombe, Halberton and Uplowman. The village has fantastic public transport, with Tiverton Parkway train station on the outskirts of the village connecting residents to London within 2 hours. Junction 27 on the M5 is within a few miles connecting North and South, perfect for commuters.

Services & Council Tax - Mains gas, and services. Council tax band D.

Sales Enquiries - If you have any enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact the office on or email us at .

Disclaimer - Whilst every attempt has been made to ensure our sales particulars are accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property, and accordingly, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to clarify the position for you.


3 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
3 bedroom detached house for sale 20 299995Diamond Estate Agents (inc Watts & Sons), Tivertonrightmove

VIDEO TOUR COMING SOON! - A delightful THREE double bedroom family home which must be viewed to be fully appreciated. This property is situated within the Uffculme school catchment area and within walking distance of Tiverton Parkway mainline station to London.
Located in Sampford Peverell this family home offers conventional and modern accommodation and has been improved through the years. It now offers an entrance hall with cloakroom and stairs leading to the first floor, sitting room, and lovely open plan kitchen/dining room with a large array of kitchen cupboards and space for a range of appliances.
The first floor offers two double bedrooms with fitted wardrobe cupboards and a lovely family bathroom, the original third bedroom has now been converted and is utilised as an area for fitted wardrobe cupboards and airing cupboard and stairs leading to the second floor where the now large third bedroom was originally two bedrooms and now utilised as a large double bedroom enjoying wonderful views toward the countryside.
Outside, the property has been lovingly improved and benefits from a large patio area with gazebo pergola that makes an ideal carport leading to the garage and store/office room. The garden is enclosed with a walled boundary and enjoys a non-overlooked garden space which is easily manageable. To the front there is a drive for off road parking and a delightful sun-trap decked area to enjoy the evening sun.
The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazed windows and doors while the area is sought after for its popular schools and train to London and easy access to the M5.

Recessed Entrance - With a uPVC double glazed entrance door leading to

Entrance Hall - 3.89m x 1.27m (12'9" x 4'2") - A bright and airy space fitted with laminate wood flooring, radiator, dado rail, coving, stairs to first floor with storage cupboard under, consumer unit and doors leading to.

Cloakroom - 1.96m x 0.94m (6'5" x 3'1") - Fitted with a low level w.c., wash hand basin set on a vanity cupboard with mixer tap, tiled walls, radiator and obscure uPVC double glazed window to front aspect.

Sitting Room - 3.99m x 3.51m (13'1" x 11'6") - A well presented room with a large uPVC double glazed window to front aspect, usb wall charge points, t.v. and telephone point

Kitchen/Diner - 5.99m x 3.23m (19'8" x 10'7") - A lovely open plan room fitted with a roll top work surface fitted with a range of cupboards and drawers under and a inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, range of eye level glass fronted wall cupboards and display shelving, sliding display wicker basket storage boxes, space and plumbing for dishwasher, space for range cooker with belling chimney style stainless steel cooker hood over, space for american style fridge/freezer, tiled flooring, two further tall standing larder cupboards, radiator, inset spot lighting, coving, and double glazed side entrance door leading to carport/pergola area and two large uPVC double glazed windows to rear aspect over looking the rear garden.

First Floor -

Landing - 2.97m 2.92m maximum irregular shaped (9'9" 9'7" - Bright and airy with spindle balustrade stairwell leading up to a uPVC double glazed window to side aspect, under-stairs storage cupboard, dado rail, coving, radiator and doors leading to

Bedroom 1 - 11' 10'' x 8' 11'' (3.61m x 2.74m) - A good size double bedroom fitted with a range of built in wardrobe cupboards and high level cupboards, bedside cabinets and display units, radiator and uPVC double glazed window to front aspect.

Bedroom 2 - 3.61m x 3.05m (11'10" x 10') - A good size double bedroom offering a large built in wardrobe cupboard, radiator and uPVC double glazed window to rear aspect.

Family Bathroom - 2.06m x 1.70m (6'9" x 5'7") - A very smart three piece modern white suite fitted with a panelled bath with mixer tap and mains shower over with glass shower screen, attractive ceramic part tiled walls and vinyl flooring, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, close coupled low level w.c., ladder style chrome towel rail, electric extractor fan, coving, extractor fan and obscure uPVC double glazed window to rear aspect.

Inner Landing - 2.39m x 1.85m maximum (7'10" x 6'1" maximum) - With airing cupboard housing wall mounted gas combination boiler for central heating and hot water, wardrobe cupboard, stairs leading to second floor and uPVC double glazed window to front aspect.

Second Floor -

Bedroom 3 - 5.74m x 3.96m (18'10" x 13') - A lovely super sized room with central staircase. This room was formerly 2 smaller bedrooms and could revert to this layout again if needed. It is a good size but has restricted head height to the sides, two radiators, two double glazed "Velux" windows to rear aspect giving superb views and two under eaves storage cupboards.

Front Garden - The front garden area is mainly laid to lawn with a range of flowers and shrubs and flower beds, new decked area offering evening enjoyment as a sun trap area, large drive providing space for three large vehicles leading to the side gate and fencing for the carport/pergola area.

Car Port/Gazebo Pergola Area - 4.78m x 3.00m (15'8" x 9'10") - The rear garden offers a large patio area leading from the kitchen door and side gate to the front providing a carport/gazebo pergola over a large area leading to the garage building and rear garden which could be removed to give space for vehicles under the car port.

Rear Garden - The rear garden area is mainly laid to lawn enclosed with a walled boundary and a wide range of flower beds providing an array of flowers and shrubs, external tap and small fish pond.

Garage/Utility/Workshop - 3.63m x 2.87m (11'11" x 9'5") - The garage building has now been converted and utilised as a useful workshop and storage room offering light and power with roll top work surface and space and plumbing for appliances under with a range of cupboards under and a door leading to

Office/Store Room - 9' 2'' x 5' 3'' (2.81m x 1.61m) - Previously used as an office that was insulated for full use with power connected. These rooms could easily revert to a garage again if required.


4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 12 330000Stags, Tivertonrightmove

A well presented family home situated in a sought after Mid Devon village, with easy access to the M5, Mainline London railway and within the Uffculme School Catchment. This spacious and well presented family home in a popular cul-de-sac. The property benefits from three reception rooms and 4 well-sized bedrooms, as well as enjoying rural views from the first floors. There is a pleasant rear garden, with parking and a garage to the front.

Situation - The property is in a quiet location close to the centre of the sought after and accessible village of Sampford Peverell, which boasts a post office, general store, two pubs, hairdressers and driving range, and offers lovely walks along the canal.
Tiverton provides an excellent range of shops, banking, recreational and educational facilities including the renowned Blundells School. The property is also within the Uffculme School catchment area, which has an outstanding Ofsted report.
At J27 of the M5 motorway lies Tiverton Parkway Station, with an intercity link to London Paddington of approximately 130 minutes. Both Exeter and Taunton are within easy commuting distance.

Description - Highfield House is a spacious and well presented family home in a popular cul-de-sac. The property benefits from three reception rooms and four well-sized bedrooms, enjoying rural views from the first floor. There is a pleasant rear garden, as well as parking and a garage to the front.

Accommodation - On the ground floor, the property enjoys spacious reception rooms and an entrance hall featuring parquet flooring, as well as access to a cloakroom. The large sitting room benefits from a dual aspect including sliding doors opening onto the garden. The kitchen has a range of fitted units with space for appliances and a window overlooking the garden. The property also has a separate utility room with a door leading outside.

Upstairs there are four well-sized bedrooms, with the rear of the first floor enjoying countryside views over the distant farmland. The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom with a separate shower and bath, as well as a dressing area with built in storage. There is a family bathroom on the first floor along with a spacious landing with access into the loft.

Outside - To the front of the property is a garage and off-road parking for two cars. At the rear is a charming garden laid predominantly to lawn with a small patio area and an array of mature shrubs and bedding plants.

Services - All mains services connected.

Directions - From J27 of the M5 motorway follow the A361 North Devon Link Road to Barnstaple and turn off at the first link road sign to Sampford Peverell. At the small roundabout turn left and continue towards Sampford Peverell, take the first right into Whitnage Road and then the third left into Boobery. Then take the first right into Cornlands and continue bearing left at the fork, where the property will be found on the left hand side.


4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 13 1330000Stags - Tivertononthemarket
A well presented family home situated in a sought after Mid Devon village, with easy access to the M5, Mainline London railway and within the Uffculme School Catchment. This spacious and well presented family home in a popular cul-de-sac. The property benefits from three reception rooms and 4 well-sized bedrooms, as well as enjoying rural views from the first floors. There is a pleasant rear garden, with parking and a garage to the front.

Situation - The property is in a quiet location close to the centre of the sought after and accessible village of Sampford Peverell, which boasts a post office, general store, two pubs, hairdressers and driving range, and offers lovely walks along the canal.
Tiverton provides an excellent range of shops, banking, recreational and educational facilities including the renowned Blundells School. The property is also within the Uffculme School catchment area, which has an outstanding Ofsted report.
At J27 of the M5 motorway lies Tiverton Parkway Station, with an intercity link to London Paddington of approximately 130 minutes. Both Exeter and Taunton are within easy commuting distance.

Description - Highfield House is a spacious and well presented family home in a popular cul-de-sac. The property benefits from three reception rooms and four well-sized bedrooms, enjoying rural views from the first floor. There is a pleasant rear garden, as well as parking and a garage to the front.

Accommodation - On the ground floor, the property enjoys spacious reception rooms and an entrance hall featuring parquet flooring, as well as access to a cloakroom. The large sitting room benefits from a dual aspect including sliding doors opening onto the garden. The kitchen has a range of fitted units with space for appliances and a window overlooking the garden. The property also has a separate utility room with a door leading outside.

Upstairs there are four well-sized bedrooms, with the rear of the first floor enjoying countryside views over the distant farmland. The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom with a separate shower and bath, as well as a dressing area with built in storage. There is a family bathroom on the first floor along with a spacious landing with access into the loft.

Outside - To the front of the property is a garage and off-road parking for two cars. At the rear is a charming garden laid predominantly to lawn with a small patio area and an array of mature shrubs and bedding plants.

Services - All mains services connected.

Directions - From J27 of the M5 motorway follow the A361 North Devon Link Road to Barnstaple and turn off at the first link road sign to Sampford Peverell. At the small roundabout turn left and continue towards Sampford Peverell, take the first right into Whitnage Road and then the third left into Boobery. Then take the first right into Cornlands and continue bearing left at the fork, where the property will be found on the left hand side.

Farm For Sale
Farm for sale 26 1950000Greenslade Taylor Hunt - Tivertononthemarket
A traditional residential smallholding occupying a delightful rural position with an adaptable range of traditional farm buildings, productive pasture, amenity woodland and possible mineral extraction potential. In all about 69.17 acres.

For sale by private treaty as a whole or in up to 2 lots, as follows:-

Lot 1: Farmhouse, farm buildings and pasture, woodland and amenity land, extending in total to about 46.78 Acres - Guide Price £750,000

Lot 2: Productive agricultural land extending in total to about 22.39 Acres - Guide Price £200,000

Higher Eastbrook Farm is offered for sale on the open mar-ket for the first time in over 68 years, and the sale presents a rare opportunity to acquire an unspoilt and versatile tradi-tional small holding, occupying a rural yet accessible loca-tion close to the village of Burlescombe.

The holding is centred upon a traditional farmhouse provid-ing accommodation extending to around 2,400ft2 which now requires complete renovation and offers the potential to create a superb country residence. The farmhouse prin-cipally overlooks its own private courtyard of traditional farm buildings which may afford potential for further en-largement of the house or for standalone conversion to residential, commercial, holiday or other ancillary uses, sub-ject to obtaining any necessary planning consents. The buildings will also undoubtedly appeal to those prospective purchasers with livestock or equestrian interests.

Higher Eastbrook Farm extends in total to about 69.17 acres or thereabouts and is offered for sale as a whole or in up to two lots as described in these particulars.

Description and Lotting

Lot 1:-
Higher Eastbrook Farmhouse and Land extend-ing to about 46.78 acres (shaded pink on the identification plan)

This is the principal lot, comprising of the traditional farmhouse and adaptable range of both traditional and modern buildings, together with adjoining agricultural land. The farmstead occu-pies a central position within the surrounding pasture land, and adjacent to the Council lane.

In total, Lot 1 extends to about 46.78 acres and may be further described as follows:-

The Farmhouse:

The farmhouse, which is not listed, has remained unchanged for many years and is now in need of extensive renovation throughout. The house faces south west with a small porch leading to the entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor and access to a down stairs cloakroom with WC and wash ba-sin, together with access to the sitting room with open fire-place and further reception room with larger open fireplace. From here there is a connecting door to the adjoining store/outbuilding flanking the house to the north west and access into the very basic scullery from which a lobby and rear storage room provides access to a bathroom. Returning to the sitting room a connecting door provides access to a large storage room which has a further external door access.

On the first floor a landing serves four bedrooms. The northern most bedroom has access through to a loft room / store formed within part of the adjoining outbuilding.

For approximate room dimensions and layout please refer to the enclosed floor plan.

Outside:

The property is principally accessed via a gated entranceway off of the adjoining Council road leading to the main concreted courtyard. From here, access can be gained to the majority of the outbuildings and the farmhouse. To the front of the farm-house are small lawned garden areas. To the rear of the farm-house (east) is a further partially enclosed courtyard currently overgrown with scrub from which access can be gained to a number of small lean-to stores to the rear of the house as well as to a stone and block built building adjacent to the Council road providing storage and garaging, and a further detached workshop building / tractor shed of part stone, part brick and part block construction. Returning to the west of the farm-house the main traditional courtyard comprises principally stone built buildings (with some brick or block work in parts) consisting of a mainly two storey store building / livestock pens to the north, a detached traditional shippon with small adjoining block built lean-to to the south, and a large L-shape range to the west of the courtyard comprising machinery and livestock pens, substantial former threshing barn used as a machinery store and workshop, and an attractive stone and brick built roundhouse with hipped roof. Within the courtyard there is a small block built former dairy. To the south and west of the threshing barn / main courtyard is a further attractive stone built traditional building with a hipped roof together with lean-to ma-chinery and implement store, a further detached steel framed and block built open fronted machinery store, a steel framed Dutch barn with adjoining lean-to, and a detached block built open fronted livestock shed.

To the north west of the main courtyard, on the opposite side of the Council lane is a further detached stone built traditional building with a mono-pitched roof used for livestock housing and fodder storage. There is a good sized concreted yard to the east of this building with gated access from the lane.

For the approximate dimensions of the main traditional farm buildings please refer to the floor plans contained within these particulars.

The Land:

The land within Lot 1 forms an attractive ring fence surrounding the farmstead, bisected by the council lane which runs south west to north east. To the north of the lane are two gently slop-ing pasture paddocks extending to around 4.1 acres and to the south the land lies either side of the mainline railway cutting and is divided into a number of field enclosures mostly down to pas-ture, together with an attractive parcel of ponds and amenity woodland to the west. In addition there are a number of small paddock and orchard enclosures surrounding the farmstead. South of the railway cutting are further pasture fields and block of mixed deciduous woodland. The land to the north and south of the railway is linked by a vehicular bridge. Lot 1 benefits from both a private borehole and a private well water supply. Parts of the land may afford potential for mineral extraction (subject to all necessary consents) - see note below regarding Minerals. In total Lot 1 extends to about 46.78 acres (18.91 hectares) or thereabouts, as shown shaded pink on the identification plan.

Lot 2:-
Productive Pasture Land extending to about 22.39 Acres (shaded green on the identification plan)

Situated on the northern side of the Council lane, divided into three good sized enclosures bounded by traditional bank and hedgerows comprising gently undulating productive pasture, which has in the past been used for arable cropping. The land is ideally suited to fodder production. If sold as a sold separate lot, Lot 2 does not have a water supply connected and therefore pro-spective purchasers are advised to factor in the provision of a borehole supply should they wish to graze the land with live-stock. There is a small natural pond area within the centre of the block, although in drier weather conditions it is understood that this is not reliable. The land may afford potential for mineral ex-traction (subject to all necessary consents) - see note below regarding Minerals. Lot 2 is shown shaded green on the identifica-tion plan and extends to about 22.39 acres (9.06 hectares) or thereabouts.

GENERAL REMARKS:

Services:
Mains electricity is connected to the farmhouse. Drainage is to a private system.
Lot 1 is served by a private borehole water supply lying to the south of the farmstead, which is understood to be pumped up to a holding tank in the field to the north of the house from which it is gravity fed back to the farmstead and field troughs. There is also a further private well supply within Lot 1 which currently also serves the farmhouse.

Outgoings:
These are believed to comprise of local Council Tax on the farmhouse (Band F), together with the usual service and environmental charges.

Tenure and Possession:
Freehold with vacant possession available upon completion.

Basic Payment Scheme:
The vendors undertake to make an appropriate claim for the Basic Payment on the land, prior to 15th May 2020, for the 2020 claim year. The purchaser(s) will be required to farm the land in accordance with the cross compliance regulations until the 31st December 2020. The 2020 BPS payment is to be retained by the vendors, unless agreed by separate negotiation. Basic Payment Scheme entitlements for the relevant areas of land will be included within the sale if purchased by an eligible purchaser(s), and in this instance the vendors agree to use their best endeavours to transfer the entitlements to the eligible purchaser(s) in advance of the 2021 BPS claim deadline, subject to receiving written instructions. On request of this transfer the purchaser(s) will be responsible for the vendors Agents’ reasonable costs incurred in completing the relevant transfers.

Environmental Schemes:
The land is not currently subject to any agri-environmental schemes.

Town and Country Planning:
The current use of the farm buildings is agricultural although there may be scope for prospective purchasers to consider alterative uses within the farm buildings, subject to obtaining the nec-essary planning consent(s).

Sporting and Mineral Rights:
The sporting and mineral rights in so far as they are owned will be included within the freehold sale. The majority of the holding falls within a Minerals Consultation Area and Minerals Safeguarding Area owing to identified aggregate deposits, as designated on the Devon Minerals Plan 2011- 2033.

Local Authority:
Mid Devon District Council, Phoenix House, Phoenix Lane, Tiverton, Devon EX16 6PP. Tel[use Contact Agent Button].

Measurements and Other Information
All measurements are approximate. Any field numbers and areas shown on the attached plan are based on the Ordnance Survey and are for iden-tification purposes only. They do not necessarily correspond either with the National Grid plan numbers or with those produced on the Rural Land Register.

Whilst we endeavour to make our sales particulars as accurate and reliable as possible, if there are any point which is of particular importance to you please contact the office, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property. We have not tested any of the equipment, appliances, central heating or services.

“Please note the property includes a dwelling requiring significant refurbishment, together with outbuildings and agricultural land, with associated risks.

Our Health and Safety policy requires all interested parties undertaking viewings of this property to be accompanied by a member of our staff. (If so directed by a member of GTH they must wear their own appropriate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)). If interested parties do not adhere to our policy and view the site unaccompanied (or without PPE) then they do so at their own risk and we/the seller cannot be held liable for any personal injury or associated claim for compensation.”

Accessed from a single track Council road, Higher Eastbrook occupies a rural yet readily accessible location a short distance from the A38 main road between Wellington and J27 of the M5 motorway. The nearby village of Burlescombe (circa 0.9 miles) has a Church, primary school and village hall. The near-est main town is Wellington (circa 4.7 miles) which affords a good range of commercial, educational and recreational facili-ties. The A38 provides easy links to the M5 motorway at both J26 and J27. Mainline intercity rail links are available at Tiverton Parkway (6.3 miles). International airports are available at Exe-ter and Bristol.

4 Bedroom Barn Conversion For Sale
4 bedroom barn conversion for sale 26 1750000Greenslade Taylor Hunt - Tivertononthemarket
A traditional residential smallholding occupying a delightful rural position with an adaptable range of traditional farm buildings, productive pasture, amenity woodland and possible mineral extraction potential.

Lot 1 extends to around 46.78 acres.

For sale by private treaty as a whole or in up to 2 lots, as follows:-

Lot 1: Farmhouse, farm buildings and pasture, woodland and amenity land, extending in total to about 46.78 Acres - Guide Price £750,000

Lot 2: Productive agricultural land extending in total to about 22.39 Acres - Guide Price £200,000

Higher Eastbrook Farm is offered for sale on the open mar-ket for the first time in over 68 years, and the sale presents a rare opportunity to acquire an unspoilt and versatile tradi-tional small holding, occupying a rural yet accessible loca-tion close to the village of Burlescombe.

The holding is centred upon a traditional farmhouse provid-ing accommodation extending to around 2,400ft2 which now requires complete renovation and offers the potential to create a superb country residence. The farmhouse prin-cipally overlooks its own private courtyard of traditional farm buildings which may afford potential for further en-largement of the house or for standalone conversion to residential, commercial, holiday or other ancillary uses, sub-ject to obtaining any necessary planning consents. The buildings will also undoubtedly appeal to those prospective purchasers with livestock or equestrian interests.

Higher Eastbrook Farm is offered for sale as a whole or in up to two lots as described in these particulars.

Description and Lotting

Lot 1:-
Higher Eastbrook Farmhouse and Land extend-ing to about 46.78 acres (shaded pink on the identification plan)

This is the principal lot, comprising of the traditional farmhouse and adaptable range of both traditional and modern buildings, together with adjoining agricultural land. The farmstead occu-pies a central position within the surrounding pasture land, and adjacent to the Council lane.

In total, Lot 1 extends to about 46.78 acres and may be further described as follows:-

The Farmhouse:

The farmhouse, which is not listed, has remained unchanged for many years and is now in need of extensive renovation throughout. The house faces south west with a small porch leading to the entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor and access to a down stairs cloakroom with WC and wash ba-sin, together with access to the sitting room with open fire-place and further reception room with larger open fireplace. From here there is a connecting door to the adjoining store/outbuilding flanking the house to the north west and access into the very basic scullery from which a lobby and rear storage room provides access to a bathroom. Returning to the sitting room a connecting door provides access to a large storage room which has a further external door access.

On the first floor a landing serves four bedrooms. The northern most bedroom has access through to a loft room / store formed within part of the adjoining outbuilding.

For approximate room dimensions and layout please refer to the enclosed floor plan.

Outside:

The property is principally accessed via a gated entranceway off of the adjoining Council road leading to the main concreted courtyard. From here, access can be gained to the majority of the outbuildings and the farmhouse. To the front of the farm-house are small lawned garden areas. To the rear of the farm-house (east) is a further partially enclosed courtyard currently overgrown with scrub from which access can be gained to a number of small lean-to stores to the rear of the house as well as to a stone and block built building adjacent to the Council road providing storage and garaging, and a further detached workshop building / tractor shed of part stone, part brick and part block construction. Returning to the west of the farm-house the main traditional courtyard comprises principally stone built buildings (with some brick or block work in parts) consisting of a mainly two storey store building / livestock pens to the north, a detached traditional shippon with small adjoining block built lean-to to the south, and a large L-shape range to the west of the courtyard comprising machinery and livestock pens, substantial former threshing barn used as a machinery store and workshop, and an attractive stone and brick built roundhouse with hipped roof. Within the courtyard there is a small block built former dairy. To the south and west of the threshing barn / main courtyard is a further attractive stone built traditional building with a hipped roof together with lean-to ma-chinery and implement store, a further detached steel framed and block built open fronted machinery store, a steel framed Dutch barn with adjoining lean-to, and a detached block built open fronted livestock shed.

To the north west of the main courtyard, on the opposite side of the Council lane is a further detached stone built traditional building with a mono-pitched roof used for livestock housing and fodder storage. There is a good sized concreted yard to the east of this building with gated access from the lane.

For the approximate dimensions of the main traditional farm buildings please refer to the floor plans contained within these particulars.

The Land:

The land within Lot 1 forms an attractive ring fence surrounding the farmstead, bisected by the council lane which runs south west to north east. To the north of the lane are two gently slop-ing pasture paddocks extending to around 4.1 acres and to the south the land lies either side of the mainline railway cutting and is divided into a number of field enclosures mostly down to pas-ture, together with an attractive parcel of ponds and amenity woodland to the west. In addition there are a number of small paddock and orchard enclosures surrounding the farmstead. South of the railway cutting are further pasture fields and block of mixed deciduous woodland. The land to the north and south of the railway is linked by a vehicular bridge. Lot 1 benefits from both a private borehole and a private well water supply. Parts of the land may afford potential for mineral extraction (subject to all necessary consents) - see note below regarding Minerals. In total Lot 1 extends to about 46.78 acres (18.91 hectares) or thereabouts, as shown shaded pink on the identification plan.

Further land is available separately as Lot 2, which extends to around 22.39 acres (shaded green on the identification plan).

GENERAL REMARKS:

Services:
Mains electricity is connected to the farmhouse. Drainage is to a private system.
Lot 1 is served by a private borehole water supply lying to the south of the farmstead, which is understood to be pumped up to a holding tank in the field to the north of the house from which it is gravity fed back to the farmstead and field troughs. There is also a further private well supply within Lot 1 which currently also serves the farmhouse.

Outgoings:
These are believed to comprise of local Council Tax on the farmhouse (Band F), together with the usual service and environmental charges.

Tenure and Possession:
Freehold with vacant possession available upon completion.

Basic Payment Scheme:
The vendors undertake to make an appropriate claim for the Basic Payment on the land, prior to 15th May 2020, for the 2020 claim year. The purchaser(s) will be required to farm the land in accordance with the cross compliance regulations until the 31st December 2020. The 2020 BPS payment is to be retained by the vendors, unless agreed by separate negotiation. Basic Payment Scheme entitlements for the relevant areas of land will be included within the sale if purchased by an eligible purchaser(s), and in this instance the vendors agree to use their best endeavours to transfer the entitlements to the eligible purchaser(s) in advance of the 2021 BPS claim deadline, subject to receiving written instructions. On request of this transfer the purchaser(s) will be responsible for the vendors Agents’ reasonable costs incurred in completing the relevant transfers.

Environmental Schemes:
The land is not currently subject to any agri-environmental schemes.

Town and Country Planning:
The current use of the farm buildings is agricultural although there may be scope for prospective purchasers to consider alterative uses within the farm buildings, subject to obtaining the nec-essary planning consent(s).

Sporting and Mineral Rights:
The sporting and mineral rights in so far as they are owned will be included within the freehold sale. The majority of the holding falls within a Minerals Consultation Area and Minerals Safeguarding Area owing to identified aggregate deposits, as designated on the Devon Minerals Plan 2011- 2033.

Local Authority:
Mid Devon District Council, Phoenix House, Phoenix Lane, Tiverton, Devon EX16 6PP. Tel[use Contact Agent Button].

Measurements and Other Information
All measurements are approximate. Any field numbers and areas shown on the attached plan are based on the Ordnance Survey and are for iden-tification purposes only. They do not necessarily correspond either with the National Grid plan numbers or with those produced on the Rural Land Register.

Whilst we endeavour to make our sales particulars as accurate and reliable as possible, if there are any point which is of particular importance to you please contact the office, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property. We have not tested any of the equipment, appliances, central heating or services.

“Please note the property includes a dwelling requiring significant refurbishment, together with outbuildings and agricultural land, with associated risks.

Our Health and Safety policy requires all interested parties undertaking viewings of this property to be accompanied by a member of our staff. (If so directed by a member of GTH they must wear their own appropriate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)). If interested parties do not adhere to our policy and view the site unaccompanied (or without PPE) then they do so at their own risk and we/the seller cannot be held liable for any personal injury or associated claim for compensation.”

Accessed from a single track Council road, Higher Eastbrook occupies a rural yet readily accessible location a short distance from the A38 main road between Wellington and J27 of the M5 motorway. The nearby village of Burlescombe (circa 0.9 miles) has a Church, primary school and village hall. The near-est main town is Wellington (circa 4.7 miles) which affords a good range of commercial, educational and recreational facili-ties. The A38 provides easy links to the M5 motorway at both J26 and J27. Mainline intercity rail links are available at Tiverton Parkway (6.3 miles). International airports are available at Exe-ter and Bristol.

5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
5 bedroom detached house for sale 13 650000Stags - Wellingtononthemarket
A refurbished country house with magnificent views and spacious accommodation within Uffculme School catchment.

Situation - Surrounded by beautiful, unspoilt countryside, Briar Cottage is situated on the Devon/Somerset border, near the hamlet of Staple Cross with its popular public house, whilst a range of local amenities can be found in the nearby villages.

The market towns of Wellington and Tiverton are equidistant and offer a wider range of shopping and recreational facilities, whilst the larger town of Taunton and the cathedral city of Exeter offer more leading department stores, sixth form colleges and Exeter University.

The M5 is easily accessible at J27 (Tiverton), providing great links to Cornwall to the south and Bristol and London to the north and east. There are regular rail services to London Paddington from Tiverton Parkway, and Exeter International Airport provides a number of domestic and international flights.

The area affords exceptional schooling for all ages; Uplowman and Holcombe Rogus both have good village schools and Uffculme Comprehensive School has an excellent reputation. For independent schools, Wellington School and Blundell's are within easy reach.

Description - A spacious detached property which has been extended and refurbished over recent years to provide flexible accommodation over two floors consisting of 4 bedrooms on the first floor, with master ensuite, family bathroom and on the ground floor is a kitchen, sitting room, living room and office/bedroom 5. The accommodation has been designed so it could be adapted to provide an annex subject to the necessary consents. Outside are established and well maintained gardens and a useful barn/garage. There are lovely views surrounding the property and internal inspection is highly recommended.

Accommodation - Entrance hall with cupboard for coats and space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Door to cloakroom with WC. Opening into kitchen with a range of wall and base units with work surfaces, Belfast sink, space for range cooker, breakfast bar and tiled floor. The sitting room is a dual aspect room with inglenook fireplace with brick surround and hearth, painted wooden mantel and inset wood burner. The room benefits from exposed beams and a wooden floor. The dining room is also dual aspect with a wooden floor and exposed beams. From the kitchen, steps lead down to the living room with feature log burner with exposed flue, storage cupboard housing the hot water tank, double doors opening onto patio area, separate door to outside and stairs to first floor. Door to bedroom 5/office with large storage cupboard with plumbing for an ensuite if required.

On the first floor are 4 double bedrooms all with a pleasant aspect over countryside with the master having an ensuite shower room and built in walk in wardrobe. The family bathroom is a good size and has a roll top claw foot bath, shower, WC and wash hand basin.

Outside - The property is approached via a gate and gravel drive with parking for several car with covered car port, stone store with adjoining log store and detached barn currently being used as garaging. There are various paved seating areas taking advantage of the outlook and a path gives access to a secluded private garden which is well maintained and stocked with a variety of plants, shrubs, trees and productive vegetable garden.

Services - Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Viewings - Strictly by prior appointment through the agents, Stags, on[use Contact Agent Button].

Directions - From Wellington proceed in a westerly direction along the A38 and follow the signposts to Holcombe Rogus. Proceed through the village and follow the signposts to Hockworthy. Again continue through this village and the hamlet of Staple Cross, continuing straight on to the next crossroads 'Kerswell'. Turn right to Stallenge Thorne and continue down the lane where the entrance to Briar Cottage will be found on your right hand side.

7 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
7 bedroom detached house for sale 36 915000Robert Williams, Exeterrightmove

A beautifully presented and recently renovated family country residence surrounded by nearly 5 acres of paddocks, woodland and garden. Extensive well thought out accommodation with annexe potential extends to some 3,670 sq ft of flexible living space including 7 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 3 reception rooms plus large family kitchen/breakfast room, utility and study. Driveway with parking & turning plus 2 outbuildings.

Situation
This impressive home is set in the rolling Devon countryside with far reaching views and benefits from easy access to the M5 Motorway and North Devon Link Road, placing the cathedral city of Exeter within easy reach. Walking distance to Tiverton Parkway. The nearby village of Sampford Peverell has a full range of village amenities and a thriving community. There are several well regarded primary and secondary schools within easy reach, and 7 miles away, the historic market town of Tiverton includes a hospital, sports centre, golf course and Blundell's independent school.

The Property
Boehill Manor is an historic former manor and farmhouse which is mentioned in the Domesday Book, formerly part of the Sandford Estate. Under the watchful eye of the current owners the property has been through an extensive programme of renovation and improvement during their term of ownership which the next owners will benefit from. With work including but not limited to new plumbing and wiring, new roof, several new windows, new joists and floorboards, bathrooms and redecoration. Improvements to the layout have been made, as well as installing a new borehole and treatment works, and new private sewerage system, all whilst retaining the original charm and period features of this wonderful property. The large farmhouse style kitchen has a range of handmade reclaimed pine units and practical stone flooring with space for a large dining table. A new wood burning stove is located in the inglenook fireplace complete with bread oven. There is a large and useful pantry store as well as a utility and boot room with further storage and WC. The interconnected sitting and dining rooms are of impressive proportions and both take in the wonderful rural views to the south with French doors to the garden terrace, both rooms have wood burning stoves fitted, with the sitting room having a particularly impressive stone fireplace. There is also a study on the ground floor and a family room that could form part of an annexe with its own entrance if desired.Upstairs the en suite master bedroom is of a very good size with a semi-vaulted, beamed ceiling, and takes in the rural views, as does bedroom two. The remaining five bedrooms are off two landings with two bathrooms. A smaller, second staircase from the family room means that two of the bedrooms could form part of the aforementioned annexe for extended family or holiday letting. Some work would be required to separate the two areas.

Gardens and grounds
In total Boehill Manor occupies approximately 5 acres of broadly level garden, woodland and paddocks – perfect for adventurous children or adults! To the rear of the house is the main area of formal garden, French doors from the reception rooms open to a terrace that adjoins the south facing lawn with a pergola at one end. A wrought iron gate in the stone wall leads to a large and secluded walled garden, currently mostly laid to lawn interspersed with trees, shrubs and flower beds, with an area used as a productive kitchen garden.The two paddocks totalling approx. 1.7 Acres are bordered by post and rail fencing and Devon banks with a pretty stone built stable block divided into two stables with a concrete yard adjacent to the parking area. Accessed from the drive is a hard, fully fenced tennis court, which if used for tennis will require some maintenance. Adjacent to this, at the entrance to the drive, is a play area with climbing frame and swings. The woodland of just over 2 acres is accessed from the play area or paddock with several hundred trees, 2/3rd broadleaf and 1/3rd coniferous. Pathways have been cleared that wind between the trees with a couple of clearings, ideal for den building or picnics. From the road a driveway leads to the brick paved parking and turning area. Adjoining the driveway is a stone-built outbuilding divided in to three areas, two garden store rooms and a room housing the borehole machinery. Along part of the driveway runs a public footpath.

Directions
From J27 on the M5 take the A361 towards Tiverton and immediately take the first exit off, turning left at the roundabout at the top of the off-ramp. Shortly, take the first right onto Whitnage Road taking you back under the A361. At Hill Kiln Cross carry straight on signed Westleigh. After approx. 200 metres you will find the entrance to the drive on your right just after the farm buildings.


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