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4 bedroom property for sale
Hemyock, Cullompton, Devon, EX15
- Entrance Hallway
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 En Suite Shower Rooms
- Sitting Room
- Kitchen/Dining Room
A Grade II Listed barn conversion situated on the edge of the village together with gardens, garage and substantial workshop in this unique live/work development. 4 beds, 2 e/s, family bathroom, sitting room, mezzanine, kitchen/dining room.
Culmbridge barns are situated in a fine rural, yet accessible location within the Blackdown Hills, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It lies on the outskirts of the historic village of Hemyock where a useful range of day to day facilities can be found including two shops, post office, primary school, church, health centre and there is also an active bowls, tennis and cricket club in the village. The centre of the village is a quintessential scene with a C12 castle, village pub and ancient Church. Wellington is within 5 miles of the property, offering a further range of shopping, including a Waitrose supermarket, schooling, cinema and access to the M5 motorway.
Taunton is within 11 miles where an excellent selection of shopping, recreational and scholastic facilities can be found together with a main line rail link to London Paddington. Honiton, 9 miles, offers a mainline rail station to London Waterloo, as well as access onto the A30, A303 and the M3 beyond. The Cathedral City of Exeter, University and Exeter International airport are 27 miles away.
Dairy Barn, along with The Lodge and Long Barn date back to the mid 1800s and are Grade II listed by association with the original farmhouse. Dairy Barn and The Lodge are completed, and have undergone a full and sympathetic renovation programme by local and reputable builders, Somerset Development Limited. The elevations are of local flint stonework with a lime cement mix under natural slate roof. The property benefits from bespoke hardwood double glazed windows and oil fired central heating with underfloor heating to the first and second floors, with radiators to the ground floor.
Dairy Barn is the most contemporary of these three fabulous barn conversions with the day to day living accommodation on the first floor including a kitchen/dining room with a range of cream wall and base units with granite work surfaces, brushed steel fittings and built in appliances to include double oven with extractor hood over, tall fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. The sitting room, a stunning open plan room with fabulous vaulted ceiling, creates an ideal place for entertaining with balconies to the front and rear elevations. A second staircase leads to a mezzanine room overlooking the vaulted sitting room.
On the ground floor are the 4 bedrooms, two with en suite shower rooms and a family bathroom comprising bath with shower over and stylish tiling, hand wash basin, low level WC.
The Dairy Barn's garden is predominantly to the front, west facing elevation and is level, enclosed by timber fencing and lawned with a gravel path leading to the front door. At the rear is an enclosed gravelled courtyard garden with an attractive low stone wall with timber trellising, a perfect support for training climbing plants.
The property is approached via the shared drive which leads to the pedestrian gate and further on to the garage, with 8' roller door, power and light, parking area and the industrial units. The light industrial units are currently subject to Category B1 usage (non professional offices and light industrial), this scheme combines residential and business elements within one unique property. N.B. It is a condition of planning that these two elements MUST be used in conjunction with each other therefore prospective purchasers need to be aware that their occupation of the workshop/unit needs to be genuinely in connection with the running and operation of a business under class B1.
The workshop units are accessed via the same driveway to a large gravel forecourt area. These are 850 to 1000 sq ft with 10ft roller doors, separate pedestrian doors, electric and lighting as well as a toilet with hand basin. An early buyer will have the choice of unit.
Mains water, shared private drainage. Oil fired central heating.
Strictly by appointment with the vendor's selling agents, Messrs Stags, Wellington Office.
From Wellington town centre bear left and continue to the A38. Go straight across the junction into Ford Street and continue approximately for 2 miles to the crossroads junction at the top of the hill. Turn right at the crossroads and travel for approximately 1 miles, turning left signposted to Hemyock. Proceed through Symonsburrow and down into Hemyock. Continue through the village, turning left at the Post Office into Culmbridge Road. Continue for approximately mile where the three barns are set to the right hand side.
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