Situated in a secluded rural setting amidst farmland and woodland and bordered by the Medland Brook, a tributary of the River Lew. The market town of Okehampton is easily accessible with an excellent range of shops and services, three supermarkets including a Waitrose. There is schooling from infant to sixth form level, modern hospital and state of the art leisure centre. From Okehampton there is direct access to the A30 dual carriageway providing link west into Cornwall, or east to the cathedral and University City of Exeter. The Dartmoor National Park is accessible at Okehampton with hundreds of square miles of superb unspoilt scenery, ideal for riding, walking and outdoor pursuits. In addition the north and south coasts of Devon are easily accessible with attractive beaches and delightful coastal scenery. The area is well known for its leisure and sporting opportunities with fishing on the Taw and Torridge and excellent opportunities for riding and walking on the Tarka trail. A bridleway adjoins the property providing excellent outriding.
OPEN COVERED STORM PORCH:
5' 4'' x 3' 11'' (1.62m x 1.19m)
Windows to either side. Thatched roof. Cobbled flooring. Bench seat. Part glazed door into:
7' 5'' x 9' 1'' (2.26m x 2.77m)
Timber panelling into wall. Bench seat. Tiled flooring. Exposed beams.
22' 1'' x 17' 7'' (6.73m x 5.36m) (L Shaped)
Triple aspect enjoying pleasant open views over the gardens and grounds. Large stone fireplace with inset wood burning stove. Exposed beams.
14' 10'' x 9' 5'' (4.52m x 2.87m)
Stone tiled flooring. Part glazed door to rear garden. Stairs to first floor.
12' 7'' x 16' 10'' (3.83m x 5.13m)
Window to rear. Oil fired wood burner. Style stove set into large inglenook fireplace, with Oak Bessemer. Bread oven. Exposed beams.
15' 1'' x 11' 0'' (4.59m x 3.35m)
Window to rear. Stone fireplace with Oak Bessemer. Salt box. Window to rear. Exposed beams.
17' 6'' x 12' 0'' (5.33m x 3.65m)
Tiled flooring. Window to front. Window seat. Oil fired Rayburn. Range of worktop surfaces and matching base units. Window to side and front. Space for range style cooker. Exposed beams. Belfast sink.
10' 6'' x 8' 5'' (3.20m x 2.56m)
Window to rear. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Space for tumble dryer. Granite worktop surfaces with fitted cupboards and Belfast sink. Larder cupboard.
Stone flooring and window to front.
7' 2'' x 6' 3'' (2.18m x 1.90m)
Window to side. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Stone tiled flooring.
7' 3'' x 7' 5'' (2.21m x 2.26m)
Stone flooring. Half glazed door out to side gardens.
10' 2'' x 11' 6'' (3.10m x 3.50m)
Window to side. Exposed beams.
29' 0'' x 8' 1'' (8.83m x 2.46m) Maximum
(Split level landing) Windows to front. Exposed timber work. Built in airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder. Large linen cupboard.
21' 7'' x 17' 10'' (6.57m x 5.43m)
Being dual aspect enjoying open views to front and rear. Access to loft space.
8' 8'' x 8' 10'' (2.64m x 2.69m)
Window to front enjoying pleasant open views. Panelled bath with electric shower unit over. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled splash backing. Window to front enjoying pleasant open views. Ladder towel rail.
6' 0'' x 9' 3'' (1.83m x 2.82m)
Window to rear enjoying pleasant open views.
12' 7'' x 12' 10'' (3.83m x 3.91m)
Window to rear with window seat as well as enjoying pleasant views over the surrounding countryside.
11' 3'' x 10' 5'' (3.43m x 3.17m)
Window to front enjoying pleasant views over the gardens and grounds. Window seat.
Views to side. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low level WC. Shower cubicle with electric shower unit over.
13' 5'' x 11' 11'' (4.09m x 3.63m)
Being dual aspect with vaulted ceilings. Window seat and deep sill. Exposed roof trusses. Built in double wardrobe.
As aforementioned the property is set down a long private unmade drive and the property sits in an idyllic rural location, surrounded by its own grounds of approximately eleven acres, of paddock and field enclosures, two of which border the Medway brook and offering single bank fishing rights. There is also an excellent range of modern and traditional barns, including a detached cob barn which measures approximately 35' 0'' x 16' 6'' (10.66m x 5.03m) which could potentially be converted into a useful holiday let or annex subject to the necessary planning consents. There is a further garage store measuring 20' 7'' x 13' 0'' (6.27m x 3.96m) with adjoining workshop 19' x 15' (5.79m x 4.57m). Modern agricultural stock building measuring 60' x 30' (18.27m x 9.14m) and open fronted hay barn measuring approximately 45' x 20' (13.71m x 6.09m). There is a small stock yard and stable block, with five boxes and tack room and further secondary stable yard having two further large store/stock building and two boxes and a large store/ stock building. These have been primarily used for goats and donkeys, would probably be insufficient for larger horses but stools could be easily created out of some of the modern agricultural buildings to create an American style stabling arrangement. There is a further thatched cob storage barn within the gardens measuring 6' 4'' x 15' 6'' (1.93m x 4.72m). The primary garage workshop measures 38' 6'' x 17' 4'' (11.73m x 5.28m) with power and light connected and providing space for four vehicles. The land itself approaches approximately ten acres of excellent pasture and the remaining is taken up with the land and gardens approaching eleven acres in total.
Mains electricity. Private water and drainage.
West Devon Borough Council.