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2 bedroom detached house for sale

Panoramic views, Kingsbridge, Devon, TQ7

Sold STC £775,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Stylish Accommodation
  • Open plan Living/Dining room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Master Bedroom with dressing room and en-suite
  • South facing gardens
  • Large single Garage
  • 23 acres of pasture land
  • Agricultural barn with conversion potential STPP

Full description

Affording complete privacy and panoramic views, a detached converted barn with 23 acres only 2 miles from Kingsbridge. Stylish accommodation. Open plan living/dining room. Kitchen/breakfast room. Master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite. South facing gardens. Large, single garage. 23 Acres of pasture land.
Agricultural barn with conversion potential STPP EPC Band: D.

Situation And Description - Willow Farm is less than two miles from the market town of Kingsbridge, which offers an excellent range of shops, local services and facilities, which include a health centre/ cottage hospital, an outstanding secondary school and sports centre. There are golf courses at Thurlestone, Bigbury and Dartmouth and boat mooring facilities at Salcombe, Kingsbridge and Dartmouth. The beaches at Bantham and Thurlestone are both within 20 minutes driving distance whilst the lively Elizabethan market town of Totnes, with its mainline rail station is easily accessible, being about ten miles inland.
Built as a threshing barn in 1837, Willow Farm offers a lucky buyer the rare opportunity to purchase a detached, character barn conversion set within its own grounds of approximately 23 acres, being located at the end of a private gravelled driveway and enjoying truly stunning and panoramic rural views, panning across the countryside to Buckland tout Saints Church in the east and around to the Salcombe estuary in the south, and affording complete privacy.
The property has been lovingly converted by the current owners to provide character accommodation built to the highest specification, with oil-fired under floor heating installed throughout, engineered oak flooring, doors and architraves, and a stylish contemporary kitchen/breakfast room.
The property also has a detached garage/workshop, ample parking, and approaching 23 acres of paddocked pasture land which gently slopes to the south. Also within the grounds, and accessed from the gravel driveway, is a detached block and timber built agricultural workshop which offers considerable potential for conversion, subject to the necessary planning consents.

Please Refer To The Attached Floor Plan And The Accommodation Comprises:- - From the gravelled parking area, proceed to a paved terrace to the front and the south of the property where double French doors with matching glazed panels to the side open into a superb, dual aspect SITTING/DINING ROOM. Matching glazed French doors also open onto a gravelled area on the north side of the property flooding the Sitting room with light and affording panoramic countryside views. A feature, open tread staircase with oak risers and a bespoke iron frame, leads to the first floor, and there are two glazed feature skylights linking the Sitting room to the first floor. There are two cloaks cupboards providing useful storage, and ample space for a family sized dining table and chairs. Beyond this is the open plan KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM. This stunning, contemporary kitchen with a vaulted ceiling boasts charcoal grey, gloss units with white Corian work surfaces over and quality appliances including a Miele stainless steel oven and inset electric hob. There is also an integral dishwasher, washing machine and space for fridge-freezer. The Kitchen has the benefit of a breakfast bar, tiled ceramic floor, and French doors leading out onto a paved east facing terrace, the perfect spot to have breakfast al fresco and enjoying views across the countryside to Buckland tout Saints in the distance.

On the FIRST FLOOR is a generous LANDING area with the aforementioned glazed skylight set into the floor, and upon which one can walk, with double opening French doors with glass Juliet balcony overlooking the rear elevation. On the right of the landing, a full height picture window with electronically controlled blind fitted, looks through to the MASTER BEDROOM, a good sized double room with matching French doors with glass Juliet balcony, affording panoramic views of the countryside and the Salcombe estuary in the distance. DRESSING ROOM with hanging rail and shelving fitted. Door to an EN-SUITE wet room, which is fully tiled, contemporary, and fitted with quality Geberit appliances and sanitary ware. Further along the hallway is BEDROOM 2, another good sized double room, from where countryside views can be enjoyed. Built-in wardrobe and additional mezzanine storage area. FULLY TILED FAMILY BATHROOM with modern suite comprising a panelled bath with shower over and feature circular sandstone basin.

Outside - The gardens and grounds at Willow Farm are a particular feature of the property, being predominantly south facing, landscaped and imaginatively planted to provide attractive seating areas from where the views and sunshine can be enjoyed. The gardens provide complete privacy, with no near neighbours. At the rear of the property and accessed from the gravel driveway is a large detached single garage, in front of which is a substantial parking area for numerous vehicles.
Bordering the garden is a gently sloping grass paddock which curves around the south and east elevation of the property. Beyond this are several further gently sloping pasture paddocks, amounting to some 23 acres in total, part walled and banked, and ideal for livestock or equestrian use if required. Also included within the land is a recently planted native woodland area to the north elevation of the property.

Accessed from the driveway, and offering considerable potential for residential conversion subject to planning approval, is an agricultural barn currently used as a WORKSHOP/STABLE, of block and timber construction, and measuring approx. 12.5m x 6.5 m. Adjacent to this is a stone STORE measuring approx. 2.3m x 6.5m.

Services - Mains water and electricity. Drainage to private system. Oil-fired central heating.

Council Tax -

Local Authority - South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes, Devon TQ9 5NE. Tel: 01803 861234.

Tenure - Freehold.

Viewing - At the request of the vendors, strictly by appointment please through the sole agents Stags Kingsbridge office (01548) 853131

Directions - From the centre of Kingsbridge proceed up Fore Street and follow the one-way system around into Duncombe Street. Pass the car park on the right hand side and then head up the hill into Waterloo Road. Bear left in Church Street and pass the Parish Church on the right hand side. Follow this road out of Kingsbridge and after approximately 1 mile, on the right hand side, next to the water reservoir, is driveway for Willow Farm with a name plate on the gate post. Follow the driveway right to the end where there is parking for numerous vehicles.

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

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21 October 2016


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