The nearby villages of Halwill and Northlew and Bratton Clovelly offer a range of traditional amenities including county primary schools and local shops, as well as public houses. Situated only a few miles from Roadford reservoir which offers attractive walks and a popular sailing club. The North and the South coasts of the county are approximately thirty-five and forty-five minutes drive away, respectively offering sandy beaches, attractive coastal walks and the opportunity for surfing and paddle boarding.
Glazed double doors leading to:
12' 2'' x 2' 9'' (3.71m x 0.84m)
Stairs rise to the first floor.
11' 8'' x 14' 2'' (3.55m x 4.31m)
Dual aspect. Space for Rayburn/Range style cooker. Double drainer stainless steel sink unit. Worktop surfaces and fitted base and eye level cupboards. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Broom cupboard. Double larder cupboard.
6' 10'' x 8' 8'' (2.08m x 2.64m)
Low level WC. Wash hand basin. Panelled bath with window to rear.
16' 11'' x 13' 9'' (5.15m x 4.19m)
Dual aspect with one window to the rear and two to the front. Open fireplace with stone surround. Storage heaters.
LEAN TO STUDY:
9' 3'' x 11' 8'' (2.82m x 3.55m)
Window to rear. Electric fuse boards.
7' 8'' x 5' 4'' (2.34m x 1.62m)
8' 9'' x 11' 0'' (2.66m x 3.35m)
LOG STORE/LEAN TO:
9' 6'' x 14' 4'' (2.89m x 4.37m)
SPACIOUS FIRST FLOOR LADNING:
Window to rear enjoying pleasant open views.
13' 8'' x 16' 3'' (4.16m x 4.95m)
Dual aspect. Pleasant views. Access to loft space.
11' 4'' x 13' 11'' (3.45m x 4.24m)
Being dual aspect with windows to both the front and rear with pleasant views. Window seats.
10' 8'' x 11' 5'' (3.25m x 3.48m) Maximum
Window to front with window seat.
The driveway leads past the front of the property to a generous parking and turning area and there are formal gardens to both the front and the rear of the property, with pleasant lawned gardens and mature flower and shrub beds. To the rear is a further small holding paddock and beyond the stables is a gated entrance to a large field enclosure, with field shelter measuring 13' 5'' x 10' 6'' (4.09m x 3.20m). To the right of this enclosure with a separate gated access is a top yard with former pig sheds measuring approximately 80' x 26' (24.37m x 7.92m). Part of the roof and walls have collapsed on this, but could potentially be reinstated if required. There is also a Nissen Hut 17' 3'' x 36' 9'' (5.25m x 11.19m). At the far end of the primary field enclosure is a gated entrance. There is a further large field with lightly coppiced area to the far corner and gated access and right of way onto the Pegasus trail. There is a further fourth enclosure directly off the road and in front of the front gardens, which is an attractive small field ideal for working and exercising dogs or horses.
CAR PORT ONE:
10' 8'' x 14' 4'' (3.25m x 4.37m)
CAR PORT TWO:
14' 3'' x 14' 3'' (4.34m x 4.34m)
BLOCK OF THREE STABLES:
11' 7'' x 11' 7'' (3.53m x 3.53m)
11' 7'' x 11' 7'' (3.53m x 3.53m)
9' 5'' x 13' 11'' (2.87m x 4.24m)
32' 3'' x 25' 0'' (9.82m x 7.61m)
Partial tin cladding and tin roof. Ideal for garaging a trailer/ lorry.
Mains, electricity. Metered water. Private drainage. We understand the telephone has recently been discounted.
Torridge District Council.
Along the edge of the Eastern field one neighbour has a right of way to access their land, but we understand this is only occasional, as they have alternative access from their own land as well. This is not a public right of way.