4 bedroom detached house for sale

Near Churchinford, Near Honiton, Devon, EX14

Sold STC £500,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Completed in 2016
  • 4 Double bedrooms (2 en s)
  • 30' Living room
  • 2nd reception room/ 5th bed
  • Ideal annexe opportunity
  • Private drive and parking
  • PP for double garage
  • Nearly half an acre

Full description

Newly converted spacious 4 bedroom attached stone barn completed to a high standard extending to 2,700 sq ft. Ideal multi generational accommodation with two stair cases, second reception room/ground floor 5th bedroom. Planning for double garage. Lovely rural location. Nearly 1/2 acre.

Situation - The property is situated to oneside of a courtyard in a beautifully quiet position between the villages of Yarcombe, Churchinford and Upottery, accessible to the A303 and Taunton. Located in the heart of the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, each of the surrounding villages have an active community with parish churches, village halls, pubs and well regarded primary schools.
 
The area is well serviced by good schooling, with private and state schools in Taunton, Exeter and Honiton, as well as the prestigious Colyton Grammar School on the South coast.

The market town of Honiton lies about 9 miles to the South West and is a renowned for its antiques shops and auctioneers. The town has a community hospital, railway station on the London Waterloo Line and access via A30 trunk road to Exeter. The University and Cathedral city of Exeter with rail connection to London Paddington, an International airport as well as all the fantastic leisure facilities you would expect of a modern city.
 
Taunton, the county town of Somerset, has an excellent shopping centre with many well-known high street stores. A great range of sporting facilities including the home of the Somerset County Cricket Club, numerous golf courses and racecourse. Taunton has excellent communication links including the M5 motorway (Junction 25) providing fast and easy access to the rest of the country.
 
The stunning Jurassic coast at Sidmouth, a natural World Heritage Site lies a short distance to the the South, and features the popular towns of Lyme Regis, Seaton and Beer.

Description - The newly converted attached stone barn has been completed to a high standard by the current owners, incorporating high levels of insulation, timber double glazing, and fully fitted kitchen and bathrooms/en suites.
 
Upon entering the property, through the covered porch, you are struck by the light spilling through the generous living spaces, so unusual for a barn conversion. The large kitchen benefits from a range of units including a central island, integrated appliances such as a dishwasher, fridge and LPG range cooker all anchored by solid timber work tops. Double doors lead through to the impressive triple aspect living room with French doors opening to a rear patio, wood burning stove with slate surround and an engineered Oak floor.
 
A set of stairs rising from the kitchen area take you to the principle bedrooms, these two substantial double bedrooms, both have en suites, with the larger of the two having a luxurious fitted bathroom and the other a being a wet room designed for easy access.
 
Potentially forming a separate annexe, a door from the kitchen leads to the rear hallway/study area with a WC, this in turn takes you down in another generous living room or potential ground floor 5th bedroom. From the rear hall stairs rise to two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Outside - Double five-bar gates allow convenient access to a large gravel parking and turning area in front of the house, which sweeps around to the rear and a private patio looking up across the gardens. A retaining wall gives a satisfying back drop to the level lawn and patio, with steps leading up the slope to the gently sloping lawns towards the top, sheltered by established hedge banks. To the side of the house there is access to a further lawn/parking area within the courtyard as well as a partly enclosed garden looking towards the East.
 
In all the grounds extend to approximately 0.45 Acres (1814 sq m).

Planning Permission For Garage - The property benefits from conditional planning consent for a detached double garage on the site of the two containers (being removed): Planning Ref 15/1167/FUL dated 15th July 2015. Plans available from the East Devon DC website or Stags.

Services - Mains water and electric. Private drainage system. Oil fired central heating. High speed broadband to be available.

Warranties - 10 year Architect Certificate.

Viewings - Strictly by appointment only after calling Stags, 01404 45885.

Directions - From Honiton take the A30 to the East, after nearly 7 miles turn left signposted to Corfe and Taunton. After about 300 yards take the left turn, staying on this lane down the hill and over the bridge. Go over the cattle grid and on the left bend the driveway is straight in front of you.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.


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Added on Rightmove:
05 December 2016

Nearest station

  • Honiton (7.8 mi)
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Nearest station

  • Honiton (7.8 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Stags, Honiton

66 High Street, Honiton, EX14 1PS

01404 606004 Local call rate

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