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Chulmleigh, Devon Offers Over £325,000

  • Front
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Verandah
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Hobby Room
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Garden Room 1
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Garden Room 2
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Living Room
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Kitchen
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Bedroom 1
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Car Port and Rear
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Car Port
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Garden
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Garden 2
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Garden 3
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Garden 4 and parking
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Garden 5
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Garden Office 1
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • View
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Garden Office 2
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Rear
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Upper Terrace
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Workshop
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh
  • Main
    Moor Town Farm Chawleigh

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  • Detached Barn Conversion
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Open Plan Kitchen/ Living/ Dining Room
  • Delightful Gardens of Approximately Half an Acre
  • Array of Outbuildings
  • Versatile Accommodation
  • Sought After Location
  • Garden Room & Deck Overlooking The Garden
  • Peaceful Setting With Views

Set within a quiet and idyllic Sylvan setting. This delightful two/ three bedroom detached converted cider house, lies on the fringe of this serene rural hamlet. Set within extensive gardens of approximately half an acre with stream boarders, wooded and country views. An ideal home for those wanting to enjoy the tranquillity, natural beauty and abundance of wildlife the situation offers. The property has a considerable amount of versatility with split level accommodation and an attractive sun-lounge and covered veranda. There are two studio's/ home office buildings within the grounds. The current master bedroom could create a comfortable separate living room if required. There is a useful double carport and additional parking space and the property forms one of a small hamlet of converted barns between the popular village of Chawleigh and the sought after, pretty town of Culmleigh offering a wide range of amenities. The station at Eggesford is nearby offering rail links to the North coast and Exeter. The property has double glazed windows and electric heating and the south facing aspect would be ideal for those wishing to install photovoltaics as a green energy source.


In an easily accessible, rural location just a few miles from the A377 and the Barnstaple to Exeter railway line at Eggesford, the property is well placed for access to Exeter (20 miles), Barnstaple (22 miles), Crediton (13 miles), Tiverton (17 miles), and South Molton (13 miles). Chawleigh which is only 1 mile distant has good amenities including a church, a public house, and a post office/store. The very popular rural town of Chulmleigh is just over 1 mile away and it has a health centre, dentist, a range of shops, restaurants and pubs, a short hole golf course and schools for all age ranges including an excellent Academy school and community sports centre. The area offers a wide range of outdoor pursuits including walking, horse riding, cycling, fishing on the Mole and the Taw and golf at Libbaton and the High Bullen Country Hotel and leisure complex.


Part glazed wooden stable door into:


Door leading to bedroom one. Stairs rising to upper ground floor and down to lower ground floor. Eaves storage.


Door leading into the open plan kitchen/dining/living room.


12' 5'' x 15' 1'' (3.78m x 4.59m) maximum

Two windows to the front and rear. Night storage heater. Opening into:


13' 8'' x 7' 9'' (4.16m x 2.36m)

Two velux windows to the side and front. Range of base units. One and half bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap over. Built in electric oven. Four ring induction hob. Built in dishwasher.



15' 3'' x 11' 1'' (4.64m x 3.38m)

Dual aspect with windows to front and side. Night storage heater.


Doors to two bedrooms, WC, bathroom and utility room. Sliding door into the garden room. Electric heater.


10' 5'' x 9' 1'' (3.17m x 2.77m)

Obscured glazed window to rear. Electric heater. Small storage cupboard.


11' 2'' x 10' 7'' (3.40m x 3.22m) maximum

Obscured glazed window to rear. Electric heater.


Low level WC. Wash hand basin with hot and cold taps over. Extractor fan.


Obscured glazed window to front. Panel enclosed bath with electric shower. Sink and pedestal with mixer tap over. Electric heater.


7' 1'' x 5' 4'' (2.16m x 1.62m)

Window to side. Space and plumbing for washing machine and fridge freezer. Shelving. Door into linen cupboard.


20' 6'' x 9' 3'' (6.24m x 2.82m)

Windows to the front and sides overlooking the garden. Wood burner. Sliding door into garden. Part glazed door onto the veranda.


The total plot is approximately 0.512 acres with an array of useable outbuildings, including twin car ports, wooden sheds and two insulated studio/ hobby rooms with power and light connected. The interesting gardens are mainly laid to lawn for ease of maintenance and the current owners have planted an abundance of trees and shrubs. There is a small stream that meanders through the lower section and the property also benefits from a right of way giving access to the garden for vehicles/ machinery that also provides additional parking. There are two studios, both of which have power and light connected and the current vendors use them as offices/ hobby rooms. Studio One: 12' 3'' x 7' 4'' (3.73m x 2.23m) Studio Two: Split into three sections. Section One: 13' 5'' x 12' 7'' (4.09m x 3.83m) Section Two: 10' 0'' x 8' 8'' (3.05m x 2.64m) Section Three: 10' 3'' x 3' 9'' (3.12m x 1.14m)


There is a management company to look after the common garden areas, the road and the drainage and there is a charge of £200 per annum. This is a delightful micro community and affords added security and peace of mind to the current owners There is a small wooded coppice area that would be ideal for any prospective buyer to plant and be self-sufficient for the wood burner. Due to the front of the property being South facing, one could install solar panels. There is in excess of 100 square meters of roof space to utilise. (Garden room/ decking, studio two and car port roof.)


The property benefits from mains water (there is a private well too), shared private drainage (treatment plant) and mains electricity. Telephone and broadband connections.


Mid Devon District Council.

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Name Location Type Distance
Town: Chulmleigh
County: Devon
Sale Type: Exchanged
Ref #: OKE01773
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