The small but well served town of Hatherleigh is just 1.5 miles away offering cricket, football, bowls and other clubs, as well as a park, a petrol station/store, local garages, auction rooms, parish church, Co-op supermarket, two public houses, Primary School, vets, cafe and Ruby Country visitor centre, as well as a Doctors Surgery. The town is well known locally for its Autumn Carnival, and also for its Summer Arts Festival. The town of Okehampton is approximately seven miles to the South via the A386 main road, offering high street shops, Primary and Secondary Schooling, leisure centre, golf club, supermarkets including Waitrose and other facilities. Just beyond the town is the A30 dual carriageway, giving access to the Cathedral City of Exeter within about 45 minutes by car, or travelling West into Cornwall and also to the South of the town is the wild expanse of the Dartmoor National Park. The coast at Bude can also be reached within about 45 minutes by car.
From the drive double glazed front patio doors open to:
23' 0'' x 6' 2'' (7.01m x 1.88m) approximately
Mainly glazed to the front Southerly aspect and with double height ceiling with polycarbonate roof, providing light and bright interior with part exposed brick work. Internal window. Two radiators. Store.
12' 6'' x 7' 10'' (3.81m x 2.39m)
Wooden staircase to first floor with wrought iron banisters. Understairs recess. Radiator.
Electric lift to first floor. Window to rear.
30' 4'' x 11' 0'' (9.24m x 3.35m) plus bay
A light and airy triple aspect room with part glazed back door to the garden, double glazed windows to front and rear with a bay window to the side overlooking the grounds, field and countryside beyond. Two radiators. Range of floor and wall mounted units with worktops over. Two inset chrome sinks with drainers. Space and plumbing for dish washer. Calor gas range cooker. Part tiled walls. Extractor hood.
22' 3'' x 21' 4'' (6.78m x 6.50m) maximum
Triple aspect uneven shaped room, with patio doors and windows to the rear opening to the gardens, terrace and with views across the countryside beyond. Internal window to front. Brick fireplace with wood burning stove (not currently connected to the flue above). Oak mantle shelf. TV point. Telephone point. Two radiators.
9' 4'' x 8' 1'' (2.84m x 2.46m)
Patio door to rear. Radiator.
15' 1'' x 6' 1'' (4.59m x 1.85m) maximum
Part glazed back door to rear garden. Range of wall and floor mounted kitchen units with worktops over and inset chrome sink. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Part tiled walls. Radiator. Extractor fan.
WC. Hand basin. Radiator. Extractor fan. Recess.
Reached by a door from the hall.
11' 10'' x 10' 9'' (3.60m x 3.27m) plus recess
Double glazed window to front. Radiator. Full height shelved cupboard.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM:
7' 9'' x 7' 0'' (2.36m x 2.13m) approx
Frosted double glazed window to side. WC. Pedestal hand basin. Towel radiator. Shower cubicle. Extractor fan.
19' 2'' x 10' 4'' (5.84m x 3.15m)
Double glazed window to side. Radiator. Cupboard housing electric consumer unit. Further cupboard housing BOULTER oil fired boiler for central heating and hot water.
Attractive galleried landing with wood and wrought iron banisters over the stair well. Two wrought iron grilles to the front with Curlew motifs. Boxed in radiator. Smoke alarm. Loft hatch. Access to lift. AIRING CUPBOARD: with hot water cylinder, immersion heater and shelving.
10' 0'' x 9' 6'' (3.05m x 2.89m)
Double glazed window to rear with view across the land to Hatherleigh Moor. Radiator.
11' 1'' x 9' 4'' (3.38m x 2.84m)
Dual aspect room with double glazed windows to the rear and side with views across the land and countryside. Radiator.
11' 1'' x 7' 9'' (3.38m x 2.36m)
Double glazed window to side with countryside views. Radiator.
10' 4'' x 7' 4'' (3.15m x 2.23m)
Frosted double glazed window to side. Radiator. Pedestal hand basin. WC. Corner bath. Extractor fan.
GUEST BEDROOM FOUR:
16' 10'' x 16' 2'' (5.13m x 4.92m) maximum
An uneven shaped room with double glazed windows to the rear with views across the land and stables. French windows opening to a small balcony. Radiator. TV point. Built in wardrobes.
Pedestal hand basin. WC. Shower cubicle. Radiator. Extractor fan.
MASTER BEDROOM FIVE:
22' 4'' x 12' 7'' (6.80m x 3.83m) plus bay of 8' 10'' x 7' 10'' (2.69m x 2.38m)
Attractive triple aspect light and airy room with double glazed windows to the front, side and rear with views. Built in wardrobe. Further deep walk in shelved storage cupboard. Two radiators.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM:
Corner shower cubicle. WC. Pedestal hand basin. Radiator. Extractor fan.
Double wooden five bar gates open into the property's drive giving access to the front of the house and to extensive parking to the side, where there is room for parking for several vehicles. Gate to the rear giving access into the stable yard and on to the land.
The house is surrounded by its gardens and grounds with a level lawn to the front and hedge bank and fence to the front boundary. Established flower beds, paths and wooded area to the side with a currently disused bore hole for possible additional water supply. To the rear a paved terrace runs along the full width and to the side of the house, overlooking the rest of the gardens and adjoining field with steps leading down to a large level lawn. Just beyond this area is the site where planning permission has been granted in the past, to construct an outdoor riding arena.
A purpose built wooden building with a bale store to one end and tack room to the other, with concreted undercover area to the front of the four stables. Power, light and water available.
17' 7'' x 13' 6'' (5.36m x 4.11m)
12' 0'' x 11' 3'' (3.65m x 3.43m)
11' 2'' x 10' 8'' (3.40m x 3.25m)
11' 2'' x 10' 8'' (3.40m x 3.25m)
11' 4'' x 11' 2'' (3.45m x 3.40m)
TACK ROOM/FEED STORE:
18' 0'' x 7' 0'' (5.48m x 2.13m) plus lobby
Secure room with power and light.
44' 5'' x 29' 5'' (13.53m x 8.96m)
A recently constructed substantial building of timber construction with sheeted roof and fully enclosed with secure double vehicle doors to the front and pedestrian door to the side. Power and light connected. Roof light panels. Concrete floor. Providing multipurpose use for storage, parking, workshop, livestock, etc.
In total the property extends to about 14.36 acres most of which is taken up by one large field to the rear of the house, gardens and yard, with established tree lined traditional hedgerow boundaries running down to an oak tree lined stream to the rear.
A public bridleway crosses the field, well away form the house, accessed from the road and leading across the stream and then forking to different routes leading onto Hatherleigh Moor and beyond, providing delightful walks and riding out directly from the property without going on the road. We understand that the bridleway is little used due to it starting on the adjoining road.
Mains electricity and mains metered water supply with additional disused bore hole water. Private drainage to treatment plant. Telephone and broadband available. Oil fired central heating to both the house and annexe.
West Devon Borough Council.