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Crediton, Devon Offers in the Region Of £785,000

Sold STC
  • Front
     Woolfardisworthy
  • View Over Buildings
     Woolfardisworthy
  • Land
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  • Garden
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  • Sitting Room
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  • Bedroom/reception
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  • Kitchen
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  • Dining Area
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  • Living Room
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  • Study
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  • Atrium Hall
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  • Terrace
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  • Side
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  • Hi level main
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  • Land Plan
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  • Balcony
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  • Barn With PP
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  • Coach House
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  • Buildings
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  • Garden
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  • Fruit Cage
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  • Buildings
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  • Land
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  • Land
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  • Stream
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  • Garden
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  • Peacefully Situated Small Farm
  • Modern House With Eco Design Features and Wonderful Views
  • Land of 16 Acres in Total
  • Extensive Well Drained Pasture, Orchard & Tree Lined Stream
  • Barn with PP for Three Bedroom Annexe
  • Extensive Modern Farm Buildings of about 9900 sq. ft.
  • Potential for Equestrian Use
  • Lovely Gardens and Large Fruit Cage
  • Set in a Tiny Hamlet Close to Crediton

Set in DELIGHTFUL grounds of about 16 ACRES this EXTENSIVE modern home with ECO DESIGN features enjoys WONDERFUL VIEWS and within the grounds is a BARN with PP for a three bedroom ANNEXE, extensive FARM BUILDINGS, pasture, LOVELY gardens and a WOODED area by a STREAM.


DESCRIPTION & LOCATION:

A 15.85 acre farm in a peaceful rural location enjoying beautiful panoramic views. The property is set in the tiny hamlet of Woolfardisworthy comprising just a small church and a few other houses, but close to Kennerleigh with its community shop. The property enjoys a peaceful setting with the house enjoying wonderful views across the grounds and beautiful countryside of this part of Devon and enjoying a South facing aspect. The extensive modern home has been created from extending an older 1980’s house with Eco design features throughout including wood pellet Bio-mass central heating with underfloor heating on the ground floor, solar PV electric panels for assisting electricity and generating an income, solar assisted hot water and rain water harvesting system. The house is approached by its own private drive leading up to parking area giving access to the gardens beyond. A lower fork of the drive serves the farm and farm buildings accessing a brick former coach house with stores and car port parking area and also a detached cob barn which now has planning consent for conversion into a large self-contained three bedroom annexe. Beyond are three modern farm buildings one of which has had equestrian use in the past, an extensive fruit cage for soft fruit production and beyond this a gate leads into the main body of the land, with a young mixed orchard planted in one area, and extensive gently south sloping pasture fields with well drained soil leading down to a secluded area with trees and a stream on the boundary. The property provides the opportunity for a number of different sorts of income including renting out the land or using it for livestock or horse grazing or for a smallholding use.

ENTRANCE HALL:

Modern oak front door. Storm porch. Double glazed hardwood window to front with window seat. Coat hooks. Double oak doors open to;

UTILITY/BOILER ROOM:

Stable back door to garden. Window to side. Tiled floor. BIO-MASS boiler for central heating and hot water. Deep sink. Marble shelf. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Further shelves.

INNER HALL:

With lovely hand crafted oak doors to the coat cupboard, then leading off to the accommodation. Coat cupboard. Electric RCD consumer unit. Solar control panel. Radiator.

CLOAKROOM:

Hand basin. WC. Shower. Radiator.

ATRIUM/GARDEN ROOM:

13' 8'' x 13' 2'' (4.16m x 4.01m)

An impressive room to the rear of the house with extensive areas of glazing to the rear and ceiling giving a lovely light and airy room, with double doors opening out to the gardens. Tiled floor.

STORE ROOM:

9' 7'' x 5' 4'' (2.92m x 1.62m)

Tiled floor. Window, leading into;

WET ROOM:

Window to rear. Tiled floor. WC. Shower area. Hand Basin. Stable door to garden.

BACK KITCHEN:

9' 6'' x 8' 0'' (2.89m x 2.44m)

Dual aspect windows to the side and rear with views across the gardens and farm. Part glazed stable door to the garden. Double stainless steel sink with double drainer. Tiled floor. LPG gas hob. Cupboards. Extractor fan.

LIVING ROOM:

24' 2'' x 16' 3'' (7.36m x 4.95m) narrowing to 14' x 4''

An impressive light and airy triple aspect room with patio doors to front and window opening out to the terrace and with views across the surrounding area. Double glazed internal window to rear. Shelved cupboard, Windows to side. Electric underfloor heating (in this room only, the rest of the ground floor is heated by the Biomass boiler). Previously used as a bed sitting room for an elderly relative. Oak door to shower room.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM:

24' 3'' x 18' 4'' (7.39m x 5.58m) narrowing to 16' x 3''

Dining area with three quarter width windows and patio door opening out to the South facing terrace and views beyond over the grounds and countryside. Inset ceiling lights. Kitchen area to rear with solid fuel Rayburn. Slate slab. Space for electric cooker. Range of fitted units with solid wood worktops. Island unit. Inset sinks. Space and plumbing for dish washer. Glazed hardwood fire doors to stairs and Library.

SITTING ROOM:

16' 10'' x 15' 7'' (5.13m x 4.75m)

A triple aspect room with hardwood double glazed windows and patio doors to the front opening out to the terrace and with views beyond. Window seat. Fireplace with granite surround and multi-fuel stove. Door to stairs.

LIBRARY/ STUDY:

15' 7'' x 10' 10'' (4.75m x 3.30m) plus corridor

Accessed by a corridor area leads with two deep storage cupboards. Patio doors leading to the gardens with views beyond across the farm. Further window to rear. Built in shelf.

LOBBY:

Staircase to first floor. Deep storage area and RCD consumer unit.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING:

Velux window over the stairs. Long landing with a radiator and airing cupboard with Megaflo hot water tank. Immersion heater. Loft hatch.

BEDROOM ONE/RECEPTION ROOM:

15' 8'' x 11' 1'' (4.77m x 3.38m)

Multi-purpose room either could be a bedroom or upstairs reception room. Dual aspect windows with lovely views to the front and side. Patio door leading out on to a decked balcony. High ceiling. Radiator.

BEDROOM TWO:

15' 8'' x 10' 8'' (4.77m x 3.25m)

Window to side with view across the farm. Two Velux roof windows. Slpoping ceiling. Radiator.

DRESSING ROOM:

Triple linen cupboard heated by hot water pipes.

BATHROOM:

13' 9'' x 9' 0'' (4.19m x 2.74m)

A jack and jill room with doors to the landing and bedroom two. Two windows to the rear. Corner shower with dual shower head. WC. Hand basin. Space and plumbing for bath. Inset lighting. Deep cupboard. Electric Under floor heating and heated towel rail.

BEDROOM THREE:

13' 9'' x 11' 4'' (4.19m x 3.45m)

Double glazed window to front with views. Radiator.

BEDROOM FOUR:

13' 4'' x 11' 4'' (4.06m x 3.45m)

Double glazed window to front with views. Radiator.

OFFICE/BEDROOM SIX:

14' 9'' x 5' 4'' (4.49m x 1.62m)

A dual aspect room with double glazed windows to front and side with wonderful views. Two radiators.

BEDROOM FIVE:

10' 3'' x 9' 1'' (3.12m x 2.77m)

Window to side with views. Radiator.

BATHROOM TWO:

8' 3'' x 6' 11'' (2.51m x 2.11m)

Double glazed window to rear. Deep bath with shower over. WC. Hand basin in vanity unit. Radiator.

OUTSIDE:

DRIVE & PARKING: From the road a gravelled drive leads to a parking area beside the house and a lower branch carries straight on down between the buildings to a gate into the land. (NOTE: a public footpath runs along this lower drive and across the corner of the land). GARDENS: The wonderful gardens are a great feature of the property and surrounding three sides of the house with a terrace running along the front of the house and steps down to a lawned area with flower beds and occasional trees. The gardens carry around the side of the house and up to the rear with circular sun terrace, wide variety of plants and shrubs as well as a summer house, two greenhouses, more lawns and apple trees all enjoying the wonderful views. Beyond the gardens is an extensive FRUIT CAGE and poly tunnel. BARN: A single storey cob barn which now has planning consent to be converted into a spacious three bedroom, two bathroom self contained annex currently divided into two rooms: Room One 22' 2'' x 15' 4''. Room Two 49' 9'' x 14' 3'' approximately. COACH HOUSE: Attractive brick building with a recently renewed slate roof incorporates a double car port of 19' 5'' x 14' 11'' with two store rooms of approximately 15' x 14' 9''. FARM BUILDING ONE: 61' X 32' 6'' approximately. Modern farm building with timber frame construction with two store rooms, with sheeted roof and sides. FARM BUILDING TWO: 103' 6'' x 59' 0'' approximately. A modern farm building of timber frame construction with three store rooms, split level floor and once had planning consent for horse livery. FARM BUILDING THREE: 43' X 36'' approximately. A mix of concrete and timber frame construction fully enclosed sheeted sides and roof with a further LEANTO of 19' x 14'' adjoining. LAND: In total the property extends to about 15.85 acres (6.42 hectares). In addition to various small paddocks and enclosure areas around farm buildings there is an eight year old productive orchard area at the top of the land, and then two large grass fields gently sloping southwards down to a lower field, beyond which is a wildlife area with trees and wild flowers adjoining a stream, at the bottom of the land. There is also a small paddock adjoin the farm yard and a seasonal pond at the top of the fields.

SERVICES:

Mains electricity connected with separate supplies to the house and to the farm buildings. The house supply is assisted by solar PV panels currently generating an income of about £1800 per year. The house heating system is by a wood pellet bio mass boiler which attracts a government RHI annual payment of about £2400 currently. Mains metered water supply. Rainwater recovery system and a well. Private drainage.

LOCAL AUTHORITY:

Mid Devon District Council.


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Name Location Type Distance
Town: Crediton
County: Devon
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: OKE00921
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