The current owners have converted two of the barns, one creating a detached 5 bedroom conversion, second a two double bedroom unit with disability access. There is a further one bedroom barn. All properties have their own outside space with attractive gardens/courtyard and views toward open countryside. The Threshing barn is partially converted with provision for five/ six bedrooms, large living room and dining room. Beyond the barns is a games room.
The main house is in need of some modernisation in some places and structural works have been undertaken and the property affords a conformable six bedroom period house with large kitchen/breakfast room. A range of rooms to the rear with secondary staircase with rooms above which could create an additional annex STPC.
The ground extend to approx. just under 11 acres being a 1 acre paddock, large field approx. 8 acres. The land is predominantly south west facing very gently sloping and ideal for equestrian use or pasture for livestock. Useful modern agricultural building to the side of the paddock and could be divided for American style stabling if required.
NORTON BARTON MANOR HOUSE:
Character and spacious front porch, slate flooring and part glazed door to:
Slate slag stone floor. Stairs to first floor.
LIVING ROOM 2:
19' 1'' x 15' 1'' (5.81m x 4.59m)
Large inglenook fireplace with bread oven. Slate and tiled hearth. Wood burning stove. Views to countryside. Exposed beams.
DINING ROOM 1:
14' 5'' x 14' 10'' (4.39m x 4.52m)
Far reaching views over the gardens and countryside beyond. Built in glass fronted and timber fronted cupboards either side of chimney breast. Fireplace with inset wood burning stove.
15' 10'' x 10' 1'' (4.82m x 3.07m)
Flag stone flooring. Connecting door to annexe.
13' 10'' x 20' 0'' (4.21m x 6.09m)
Tiled flooring. Range of modern base and eye level units. Large walk in pantry. Oil fired AGA. Sink unit. Space for fridge freezer.
Pressurised hot water cylinder. Space for washing machine and tumble drier. 'Worcester' oil fired central heating boiler.
GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM:
5' 0'' x 6' 11'' (1.52m x 2.11m)
Shower cubicle. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low level WC. Built in airing cupboard. 'Belfast' sink.
FURTHER RECEPTION ROOM:
14' 11'' x 11' 9'' (4.54m x 3.58m)
Currently used as home office. Slate flagstone flooring. Door to rear porch.
From home office leads to:
10' 3'' x 11' 11'' (3.12m x 3.63m)
7' 5'' x 11' 9'' (2.26m x 3.58m)
11' 0'' x 8' 9'' (3.35m x 2.66m)
FIRST FLOOR LANDING:
15' 5'' x 10' 2'' (4.70m x 3.10m)
4' 8'' x 9' 1'' (1.42m x 2.77m)
Claw and ball bath. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin.
9' 6'' x 11' 6'' (2.89m x 3.50m)
16' 2'' x 15' 0'' (4.92m x 4.57m)
Extensive views to Dartmoor and countryside.
11' 4'' x 7' 1'' (3.45m x 2.16m)
8' 9'' x 8' 0'' (2.66m x 2.44m)
9' 11'' x 11' 5'' (3.02m x 3.48m) max
7' 9'' x 11' 1'' (2.36m x 3.38m) max.
Panelled bath. Wash hand basin set into vanity unit. Low level WC. Range of fitted cupboards.
Beautifully presented five bedroom detached barn conversion finished to an exceptionally high standard with timber and tiled flooring throughout and full central heating system powered by LPG. The property enjoys a large patio garden to the rear and lawn with extensive views over surrounding countryside.
21' 8'' x 21' 8'' (6.60m x 6.60m)
Currently utilised as games room. Vaulted ceilings. French doors leading to communal area.
THE OLD COW SHED:
Single storey two bedroom barn conversion suitable for disability, providing an open plan kitchen/living area, en-suite to two bedrooms. Outside is a patio and garden area.
Single storey One bedroom barn conversion with open plan kitchen/dining room, lawn and additional parking
Attractive two storey stone barn, partially converted. Currently divided into three rooms and rooms upstairs to convert into five/ six bedroom. To the rear is an attractive private garden area. (Plans for this are available to view).
Beyond the property is a separate driveway giving access to:
MODERN AGRICULTURAL BARN:
Ideal for machinery or storage hay or could be sub-divided to create internal stabling for anyone with equestrian interest.
At the back of the manor house is an ideal two storey annex area connected to the main property with independent access to provide two bedrooms. Its has planning and is separately related.
Extensive gardens, primarily to the front with large level lawns. Each of the barns have their own private garden area. The pasture wraps around the side and rear of the properties.
Mains electricity. Private water and drainage system. Main house and annex is heated via oil central heating. The three barns are heated via modern LPG fired boilers.
Torridge District Council