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Beaford, Winkleigh

Offers in Region of £150,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Stone Barn
  • Partially Converted
  • Holiday Planning Use
  • 4 Beds, 2 Baths
  • Garage
  • Garden Area

Full description

Grid ref: SS 545/165  Take the A39 to Bideford turn right onto the A386 to Torrington/Okehampton. At town Mills Bridge turn left onto the A31240 towards Beaford/Winkleigh. Continue on this road for 3 or so miles wehn you pass by a farm, thatched farmhouse and modern house continue for a further few 100 yds, on the left you will find a concreted entrance to Hall House Cottages and the Barn.

Hall House Barn is set as one of 4 properties all with their car parking and garden areas being accessed over a short drive from the A3124 Bideford to Winkelgh Road.  To the south about 1.5 miles is the delightful rural village of Beaford with its Post Office, Garage, Church and Inn together with primary school.  To the north is the market town of Great Torrington with a bigger range of facilities including senio schooling whilst some 9 miles to the north is the port and market town of Bideford at the mouth of the River Torridge and which offers more comprehensive facilities and access onto the A39/A361 North Devon Link Road. To the north of Bideford is Westward Ho! with its golf course, sandy beach and its renowned pebble ridge and from where there is access to the south west coastal path running along the jurassic coastline towards Clovelly and Hartland.  Just off to the north about 12 miles is Barnstaple the ancient borough and administrative centre for North Devon providing a further range of both business and leisure faciltiies including the Green Lane Shopping Centre, out of town super stores, leisure centre and Tarka Tennis Centre. 

This substantial detached stone barn is set as one of four dwellings at the end of a recently concreted entrance drive which also serves a number of workshops which are set off the lane approach.  The Barn is probably Victorian in age, has red brick quoins and has been partially developed by the current owner. Works undertaken so far include the provision of a new roof, new first floor beams and we are told by the seller that the property is connected to mains electricity, mains water and also the installation of the private drainage system.  Planning consent granted by Torridge District Council under no 1/0356/2007/FULL, 18th May 2007 for conversion into a holidy unit.  Copies of the consent and plans can be downloaded from Torridge District Council website quoting the above reference number. 

Tenure - Freehold.

Viewing - By appointment through Phillips Smith & Dunn Barnstaple Office 01271 327878.  Out of office hours telephone Michael Challacombe on 07970 445204.

Outside -Parking to the eastern side and on the immediate approach a detached store shed.  To the rear and private side of the building there are terraced gardens with post and rail fence dividing the property from the adjoining fields. 


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06 December 2011

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