4 bedroom house for saleBlurridge Farm, Ridge Hill
- Substantial Edwardian Property
- Part converted
- Large grounds and land
- Additional part converted barn
- Spectacular Countryside views
- Fantastic Potential for business use
Set within a quiet and secluded area of outstanding natural beauty overlooking countryside towards North Devon Coastline and the picturesque village of Combe Martin this stone built residence has the potential to become a substantial family home having been part extended, this could be a real property of distinction. Set within large grounds the secluded elevated location provides spectacular views and has the added advantage of a part converted barn within the main grounds which extend some 4.5 acres. There is a further 5 acres of woodlands and 7 acres of additional pastureland so there's plenty of potential to provide additional business income from holiday letting or equestrian pursuits.
The property has existing planing permission in place which has been used to add the side extension with further permission to extend at the rear from the existing footprint to provide more floor space for a larger kitchen and utility area and an additional bedroom. The barn has existing planing permission for Holiday Letting and could be extended further to provide larger family accommodation. In recent years the main house has been extended and undergone some refurbishment works but this has not been completed and it needs additional work to realize the full potential of the property. This provides an opportunity for individuals to finish the renovation in their own style and and scope to reconfigure to make the property suitable for a variety of personal preferences.
5.42m x 2.95m (17'9" x 9'8")
Fitted with Rayburn oil fired cooker/heater, worktop with inset white ceramic single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, oil boiler, single glazed window to side garden, door to garden, under stairs cupboard and Pantry Cupboard
2.26m x 1.22m (7'5" x 4'0")
Steps down from hallway into utility space with worktop and plumbing for washing machine, double glazed window with rear aspect.
5.44m x 2.95m (17'10" x 9'8")
Accessed from the rear staircase this double room is situated at the rear and has two windows overlooking side garden, radiator.
3.94m x 3.28m (12'11" x 10'9")
Bedroom 1 accessed from rear staircase and landing, sash windows with front aspect, wooden floorboards, period fireplace, wash hand basin, radiator and door leading to
4.00m x 2.72m (13'1" x 8'11")
Partially completed with white basin, WC and white bath with ornate shower attachments, front aspect, wooden floorboards with door leading to landing.
4.45m x 3.10m (14'7" x 10'2")
Accessed at the rear with wooden door in to a well proportioned hallway which has timber stairs with half turn leading to the first floor, window with rear aspect. Useful under stairs storage cupboard and through fare providing access to all other ground floor rooms.
Reception Room 1
4.45m x 3.96m (14'7" x 13'0")
This room is situated in the new extension and has a double aspect with French doors leading to the front garden area.
Reception Room 2
6.45m x 5.11m (21'2" x 16'9"in to bay)
The largest of the rooms with French door in the bay with front aspect, timber floorboards, wood burner with lined chimney and slate hearth.
Reception Room 3
4.04m x 4.83m (13'3" x 15'10"into Bay)
With French door in bay with front aspect, ornate Victorian styled fireplace, double radiator.
2.19m x 1.83m (7'2" x 6'0")
Fully tiled walls with white low level WC, hand basin, Mira Shower with shower screen, vinyl non slip flooring, double glazed window with rear aspect, radiator, fan heater.
3.96m x 4.88m (13'0" x 16'0" into bay)
With bay window to front aspect, victorian fire place and wooden floorboards.
4.45m x 3.95m (14'7" x 13'0")
Double bedroom situated in the new extension, dual aspect with views to the front and side of the house.
2.34m x 2.21m (7'8" x 7'3")
With essential plumbing points available but currently with no fittings
3.43m x 1.47m (11'3" x 4'10")
Potential for walk in wardrobe/dressing room or en-suite shower room for Bedroom 3
A detached 2 storey stone barn is situated to the rear of the main house which currently has planning consent for conversion into a holiday cottage. The barn has been partially converted with stairs and flooring in place.
Two separate planning permissions were obtained in 2005 for the barn conversion and the extensions to the main house when work originally commenced. These are still valid and building control at North Devon District Council have been supervising the works to date.The approved plans can be viewed on line www.northdevon.gov.uk inputting reference no 40681 for the main house and 40680 for the barn conversion.
A lot of the main infrastructure works have been completed with the main house being re-roofed in 2000. A new chimney was installed with lining to the wood burner in 2001, rewiring occurred in both buildings in 2002/3, a new septic tank was installed in 2003/4 and the central heating was upgraded in 2004/5 with a new Grant oil Boiler installed.
Historically there were further buildings on the site namely: chicken shed, tractor shed, a further barn and log store, these have now diminished with time but could easily be resurrected to provide a double/triple gara
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Head out of Barnstaple North bound on the A39 towards Lynton and Lynmouth passing North Devon Hospital on the right. Go over the lights and continue for a further 400yds turning left onto the B3230 signposted Ilfracombe. Continue for approximately two miles into the village Muddiford and take the turning on the right signposted Berrydown and Combe Martin continue on this road for approximately 2.5 miles until you reach the Berrycross junction. Continue straight head on the A3123 towards Combe Martin and continue for a further 3/4 mile until you see a sign on the left 'Hodges' turn down this lane and continue for about a mile, (you will be passing some of the property's pasture land on your right) continue until you reach the bottom of the hilled woodland and then take a sharp right (you may need to turn back on yourself to drive up the entranceway) and then drive up the lane with the rendered building on your le
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