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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Brandis Corner, Holsworthy, Devon, EX22

Guide Price £480,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 Bedroom Listed Farmhouse Residence
  • Adjoining 2 Bedroom Ground Floor Annexe
  • 15.9 Acres in All (More Land Available)
  • Over 6,500 square feet of Modern Covered Yard
  • Concreted Yards and Approaches

Full description

A well positioned smallholding possessing enviable south facing views. 4 Bedroom farmhouse residence with adjoining 2 bedroom ground floor annexe. Over 6,500 sq ft of covered yard, concreted yards and approaches. 15.9 Acres in all (more land available). EPC Band E.

Situation

In an enviable rural location with far reaching, south facing views over the West Devon countryside and the picturesque Dartmoor National Park in the distance. The small hamlet of Brandis Corner is 0.5 miles to the east and is identified by the Bickford Arms Inn. The small rural village of Bradford is 1.5 miles to the north and has an excellent, well-supported primary school.

The ancient market town of Holsworthy is 6 miles and here one can enjoy a variety of shops surrounding an attractive town square where a weekly pannier market is still held. A Waitrose supermarket and two out of town equestrian / agricultural retail stores serve a wide rural community as do the educational amenities from pre-school to GCSE standard. Doctors', dentists' and veterinary surgeries are available together with sporting clubs, a sports hall, indoor heated 25m swimming pool and an 18-hole golf course.

Bude on the North Cornish coast is 16 miles to the west. Access onto the A30 dual carriageway at Sourton Cross near Okehampton is 17 miles and this vital Westcountry transport link connects the cathedral cities of Truro and Exeter (M5 motorway). Exeter supports a mainline railway station and international airport. The city of Plymouth on the South Devon coast has a cross channel ferry port with regular crossings to ports on the northern coast of France and Spain.

Description

The holding has been a stock rearing farm for some fifteen years and is located within a good grass producing area. The buildings were originally designed to accommodate a dairy herd and are well positioned in respect of the concreted yards and approaches. The homestead is approached from the road over a concreted drive of some 250 yards with no footpaths or rights of ways over the land.

The Farmhouse

The Grade II listed farmhouse is detached and traditionally constructed of stone and cob render with a colour-washed finish beneath a slate roof. It has the benefit of solid fuel central heating and the accommodation briefly comprises a reception porch and hall, dining room with woodburning stove and slate floor, sitting room with inglenook fireplace, kitchen, rear porch and shower room to the ground floor. The first floor is approached via an impressive 4' wide staircase and has four bedrooms and a bathroom.

The Annexe

The single storey annexe is attached to the farmhouse and would ideally suit elderly relatives or a starter home for a young married couple. The accommodation comprises an interconnecting sitting room which has access to the main farmhouse, an L-shaped living room with open plan kitchen, conservatory, two bedrooms and a bathroom.

Outside

South of the farmhouse is a large lawned garden area from which one can enjoy some fine panoramic views.

Rear Concreted Yard

34' x 25' (10.36m x 7.62m)

Leading to:

Double Garage

19' x 16' (5.79m x 4.88m)

Twin up and over doors.

Outbuildings

Provide some 16,500 feet of covered yards which have proven more than adequate to winter all the beef cattle as well as keeping the machinery under cover. They comprise the following:

Timber And Gi Covered Yard

60' x 37' (18.29m x 11.28m)

Former Milking Bale

36' x 15'6 (10.97m x 4.72m)

Silage Clamp With Metal Sheeted Sides

Seven Bay Steel Portal Framed Covered Yard

126' x 65' (38.40m x 19.81m)

Clad on three sides with direct access to a:

Lean-To

126' x 25' (38.40m x 7.62m)

Cubicle accommodation

Covered Stock Rearing Yard

60' x 40' (18.29m x 12.19m)

Four bay portal framed building divided into three rearing yards.

The Land Extends In All To

15.9 Acres or thereabouts.

Please Note

A detached, modern 4 bedroom bungalow (subject to an Agricultural Occupancy restriction) lies within close proximity of the homestead and can be purchased by separate negotiations.

Also, up to 44.8 acres of adjoining pasture land and a 1 acre carp lake may also be negotiated.

Directions

From Holsworthy take the A3072 in an easterly direction towards Hatherleigh. In 3.7 miles at Dunsland Cross go straight on and in a further 0.3 miles pass through the hamlet of Brandis Corner passing the Bickford Arms Inn on the left hand side. In a further 0.7 miles, the entrance to East Rightadown Farm will be found on the right hand side, just prior to the left hand turning posted Bovacott. Map reference: OS Landranger sheet 190:422/041.

Viewing

Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's appointed agents, Stags.

Services

Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Telephone connected. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services.

Single Farm Payment

The land has been registered and any entitlements attached to the land will be transferred by the vendors following completion, by way of completing and RLE1 form. In order for the transfer to take place, the purchaser will have to supply their business trading name and also their SB1 number.

Local Authority

Torridge District Council, Riverbank House, Bideford, Devon, EX39 2QG. Tel: 01237 428700.

Web Find Reference

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Stags, Launceston

Kensey House, 18 Western Road, Launceston, PL15 7AS

01566 487005 Local call rate

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