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Lydford, Devon Guide Price £675,000

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  • Entrance Track
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  • Living Room
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  • Log Store & The Shippon
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  • Living Room 1
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  • Kitchen
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  • Bedroom
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  • Bedroom
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  • Garden
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  • Land Plan
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  • Barn
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  • Barn
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  • Yard 1
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  • Detached Farmhouse
  • Offering Three Reception Rooms
  • Six Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Sought After Location
  • Annexe/ Holiday Let Potential STPP
  • 8.4 Acres of Land
  • Extensive Range of Outbuildings

A small Dartmoor farm close to open moorland comprising an extended detached period farmhouse, a range of traditional and modern farm buildings and set in grounds of about 8.4 acres. Set on the western slopes and within the Dartmoor National Park, this small farm is well located for immediate access onto the open moor for walking and horse riding. The property lies in an accessible location about 0.75 miles from the historic village of Lydford with its castle, Lydford Gorge (National Trust), two pubs including the locally renowned Gastro Pub the Dartmoor Inn, primary school and church.


SITUATION:

Lydford village is centred around its historic castle and also boasts a farm shop/delicatessen, village hall, primary school and popular inn. Just across the road there is easy access to the open moor with unrivalled opportunities for riding, walking and outdoor pursuits. Lydford also boasts the delightful Lydford Gorge, a National Trust property with its famous waterfall, together with the granite cycleway, which runs close by. The town of Okehampton is within easy travelling distance, with an excellent range of shops and services, schooling from infant to sixth form level, modern hospital and leisure centre. The town of Tavistock is similarly within easy travelling distance, being well known for its pannier market and excellent range of shops and services. Educational facilities include the well known Mount Kelly School. The city of Plymouth is also within easy travelling distance, and from Sourton Down, there is access to the A30 dual carriageway providing a direct link west into Cornwall, or east to the cathedral and university city of Exeter with its M5 motorway, main line rail, and intercity air connections.

UTILITY/BOOT ROOM:

22' 9'' x 8' 2'' (6.93m x 2.5m)

Door from the yard. Triple aspect windows as well as a velux with outlook over the yard and with work surface with stainless steel sink inset in unit.

HALL/STUDY:

12' 3'' x 6' 4'' (3.73m x 1.93m)

Window to side. Telephone point.

BATHROOM:

8' 3'' x 6' 3'' (2.51m x 1.9m)

Frosted window to side. Recently refitted with tiled walls and floor. Bath with mixer shower tap and electric shower over with built-in shower screen. WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Ladder towel radiator.

LIVING ROOM:

19' 8'' x 14' 6'' (6m x 4.42m) Maximum

Double glazed window with garden outlook. Exposed stone fireplace, stone hearth with multi fuel stove. Two radiators. Staircase to the first floor with understairs cupboard. Electric meter cupboard.

DINING ROOM:

14' 7'' x 10' 7'' (4.45m x 3.23m) max plus recess

Stone fireplace with large exposed granite lintel and housing an oil fired stove, which also provides hot water and heats one radiator. Stone shelf. Part panelled walls.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM:

24' 10'' x 7' 3'' (7.57m x 2.2m)

Triple aspect room with door to the garden and windows overlooking the grounds. Fitted with an extensive range of floor and wall mounted kitchen units with electric cooker point. Twin bowl stainless steel kitchen sink. Oil fired Worcester boiler for central heating. Two velux roof-lights. Exposed stone to one wall. Doorway leads to small lobby with steps down to bedrooms one and two and six steps up to;

SITTING ROOM:

25' 3'' x 15' 9'' (7.7m x 4.8m)

Double aspect room with double glazed windows enjoying far reaching views and overlooking the yard and buildings with French windows opening to a decked balcony with steps down to the gardens. Exposed pine floorboards. Multi fuel stove on base. Television point. Two radiators. Loft hatch.

GROUND FLOOR HALL:

Door to the yard. Radiator.

BEDROOM ONE:

13' 4'' x 10' 1'' (4.06m x 3.07m)

Two windows overlooking the yard. Radiator. Exposed pine floorboards.

BEDROOM TWO:

10' 2'' x 7' 11'' (3.1m x 2.41m) Max

Window to yard. Radiator. Understairs cupboard.

SHOWER ROOM:

Fully tiled shower cubicle with electric shower. WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Radiator. Extractor fan. Cupboard.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING:

(Original farmhouse). Dividing staircase and loft hatch.

BEDROOM THREE:

14' 6'' x 11' 7'' (4.42m x 3.53m) Max

Window overlooking the gardens. Exposed floorboards. Radiator.

BEDROOM FOUR:

22' 4'' x 7' 1'' (6.8m x 2.16m) Max

Triple aspect room overlooking the yard and views beyond to Dartmoor and also to the countryside to the west. Radiator.

BEDROOM FIVE:

14' 7'' x 8' 11'' (4.45m x 2.72m) plus recess.

Window overlooking the gardens and land. Radiator. Airing cupboard with lagged hot water cylinder and immersion heater.

BEDROOM SIX:

9' 7'' x 7' 10'' (2.92m x 2.39m)

Window overlooking the gardens and land. Radiator.

OUTSIDE:

ACCESS, PARKING AND YARD:

From the road an open gateway leads down to the extensive farmyard, providing ample parking with the farmhouse and farm buildings surrounding and with gateways leading off to the land.

GARDENS:

The gardens lie mainly to the front of the farmhouse on the southern side, with a decked terrace and paths, and various seating areas with lawns, well stocked flowerbeds, hedges and further enclosed area, in which the current owners have an above ground swimming pool (not included) and beyond is a large level area of grass. The far reaching views over the property's land and countryside to the west, along with views to Dartmoor to the east can be enjoyed from all areas. Gates lead into the adjoining field.

STONE BARN:

33' 9'' x 12' 6'' (10.29m x 3.8m)

Stone walls with corrugated sheeted roof and interesting ancient stone mullion window.

ADJOINING WOOD SHED:

20' 11'' x 12' 11'' (6.38m x 3.94m)

Concrete block construction with double doors to the yard.

LEAN-TO IMPLEMENT SHED:

30' 6'' x 22' 8'' (9.3m x 6.9m)

Sheeted roof and sides with open front.

GENERAL PURPOSE/LIVESTOCK SHED:

60' 2'' x 59' 2'' (18.34m x 18.03m)

Steel frame construction. Power and light connected.

POLE BARN:

50' 0'' x 50' 6'' (15.23m x 15.38m)

Adjoining livestock handling area.

LAND:

The property extends to about 8.4 acres in total and lies within a single ring fence and with one main pasture field with an adjoining copse and three further small field enclosures with a mixture of traditional Devonbank hedgerows and fences. Across the road a small lane leads up to a gateway giving access onto the open expanses of Dartmoor, providing excellent riding out and walking from the property.

SINGLE PAYMENT SCHEME:

Not included in the sale.

LOCAL AUTHORITY:

West Devon Borough Council, Tavistock, Tel: 01822 813600 and Dartmoor National Park Authority, Bovey Tracey, Tel: 01626 832093


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