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3 bedroom barn conversion for sale

5 Westborough Court, Combeinteignhead, Newton Abbot, TQ12


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Tenure: Freehold

This character BARN CONVERSION forms part of a Grade II Listed courtyard of historic farm buildings we believe dating back to the mid/late 19 century.  Aptly named, 'Stable End' affords a comfortable home of great charm, retaining hints of its origins complete with wood stall grills, saddle hangers and exposed heavy beams. The accommodation faces the attractive courtyard with private paved terrace, partly sheltered under a section of open roof whilst a large separate orchard just a short distance outside the complex is a particular attraction, perfect for the gardening enthusiast, exercising of dogs or those with young children.  There are also two designated private parking spaces.

The village of Combeinteignhead is serenely set between the coastal towns of Torquay and Teignmouth, both offering an array of amenities, leisure activities and mooring facilities, and the market town of Newton Abbot with railway station providing direct links to most major cities. A selection of pubs and eateries can be enjoyed locally with the traditional ambiance of a village pub at the Wild Goose, waterside setting of Coombe Cellars or fine dining at Orestone Manor to name a few. A wonderful opportunity for those seeking a unique home amidst Devon's rolling patchwork fields. 

Master Bedroom Suite 
5.80m x 5.04m (19' 0" x 16' 6") - Character sloping ceilings and exposed heavy beamed trusses, radiator, further window and conservation skylight with view towards the courtyard. Fitted storage cupboards. Open access through to a dressing area with French doors and Juliet balcony overlooking the private paved terrace and courtyard approach.

En-Suite Bathroom 
White suite of vanity unit, corner bath with shower attachment taps and close couple WC, half tiled walls, extractor fan, heated towel rail and exposed heavy trusses.

Bedroom 2 
5.08m x 4.30m (16' 8" x 14' 1") - Exposed heavy wooden trusses, window and conservation skylight with view towards the courtyard approach. Television provisions, radiator.

Bedroom 3 
3.44m x 3.10m (11' 3" x 10' 2") - Conservation skylight, exposed heavy beam trusses, radiator, telephone point.

White suite of panelled bath with Mira shower fitted over, close couple WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Part tiled wall,s extractor fan, illuminated mirror fronted medicine cabinet, chrome heated towel rail. Exposed character truss.

Directly outside the barn is a private paved terrace and gravelled area, partly covered by the character exposed roof canopy linking this barn to one of its neighbour's. Outside the courtyard, beyond the parking area is a separate orchard perfect for the gardening enthusiast, young children or exercising of dogs. Two designated private parking spaces.

SAT NAV: TQ12 4RG - On entering Newton Abbot heading from Exeter on the Besigheim Way (A380) get in the left hand lane before the flyover leading down to Penn Inn Roundabout. Keep in the left hand lane into Shaldon Road heading toward Shaldon. Remain on this road passing through Haccombe and Netherton. On reaching Combinteighnhead, the barns will be seen on the left hand side just before Combeinteighnhead village hall.

From the parking area of Westborough Court a brick paved pathway leads through a passageway to the courtyard. A private panelled stable door with glass insert and matching side screen window opens to the :-

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 
6.27m x 3.00m (20' 7" x 9' 10") - This spacious room has a range of solid pine kitchen units with solid wood worktops and up-stands. Open plate shelving. Ceramic butler's sink with carved single drainer and central chrome mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, space and provisions for fridge/freezer., and cooker with fitted filter hood over. Ceramic tiled floor, window looking into the courtyard, radiator and selection of inset downlighters, Character exposed beams, telephone and television provisions.

Ledge braced and battened door into the:-

Utility Room 
6.27m x 1.8m (20' 7" x 5' 11") - Provision for washing machine. Oil fired boiler and Heatrae Sadia Megaflow cylinder.

A further ledge braced and battened door leads from the KITCHEN to the:-

2.5m x 1.66m (8' 2" x 5' 5") - Close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin, secure glazed window and cupboard housing the tripswitch electric consumer unit and electric meter. Exposed character beams.

Dining Room 
5.02m x 3.30m (16' 6" x 10' 10") - Durable oak effect flooring, window, radiator and wall mounted television provisions. Open access through to the:-

Sitting Room 
5.53m x 5.00m (18' 2" x 16' 5") - Some period features showing its stable roots are two wood stall grills with opening glazed screens and saddle hangers. French doors opening to the courtyard. Radiator and television provision. Inglenook fireplace with brick hearth and multi-fuel stove.

From the DINING ROOM the staircase with top winders rises to the:-

First Floor Landing 
With conservation skylight allowing ample natural light to the landing and stairway areas. Radiator and exposed wooden trusses. Ledge braced and battened doors to the separate rooms.

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05 July 2016


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