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5 bedroom detached house for sale

North Road, Lifton, PL16

Sold by Us £495,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Individual Detached Family Home
  • Separate Annexe Accommodation
  • No Onward Chain
  • Views Over Countryside To Front And Rear
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Five Receptions
  • Large Kitchen And Utility
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Private Garden Backing Onto Farmland
  • Convenient To A30

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
Raddon House is a detached family home with a self contained annexe set in the village of Lifton, within the Devon countryside. The village has three pubs, a local post office and general store, and an award-winning farm shop selling local produce, bread and pasties. Lifton has good access to the A30 main arterial route from Exeter to Cornwall.
The property has features of local stone and wood and exudes character and a lovely warm feeling, welcoming you inside to a spacious reception hall with stairs leading to a galleried first floor landing.
On the ground floor is an immense living room with a magnificent stone fireplace with a log burner inset and exposed wood beams to the ceiling. This leads on to the open plan dining room and doors to the bespoke conservatory. There is also a large family kitchen with both built-in oven and oil-fired Raeburn, breakfast/ family room and utility room and pantry, with a door leading to the rear garden.
On the first floor there is a spacious galleried landing with 4 bedrooms, the master having an en-suite shower room. There is a luxury split level family bathroom with both an ornate Victorian style bath and large walk-in shower.
Outside and separate to the main house is a large annexe building which has a an open plan lounge, kitchen, dining and bedroom area with its own shower room and closet wardrobe. The annexe has its own parking space to the front.
The property is accessed via a drive which leads to a gravelled parking area for 7 cars with two main areas of garden either side of the drive: one is lawned and the other planted with fruit trees.
The rear garden backs onto and has views over countryside and is peaceful and private.
Raddon House enjoys views over rolling Devon countryside both to the front and rear and is truly located in an idyllic setting.
This family home offers substantial and flexible accommodation for a large family and visitors and it is an essential view to appreciate quality,condition and size.

Entrance Porch
7' x 3'4
Door to Reception hall.

Reception Hall
11'8 x 9'1

Doors to rooms and cloakroom, staircase to 1st floor. Under-stair storage.

Downstairs Cloakroom
WC, wash basin with hand-crafted tiled splashback.

Living Room
27'8 x 19'7 max
A huge room with a beamed ceiling, large stone fireplace with slate hearth and log burner and doors into the conservatory.

Dining Room
12'1 x 10'
Open plan from the living room.

13'8 x 11'5

A bespoke conservatory of brick and glass construction with a tiled floor and doors to sun terrace.

A large family kitchen with range of wood eye and base level units incorporating sink unit and electric hob and oven with adjacent work surfaces and tiled splashback. Appliance space and plumbing for dishwasher. Oil fired Raeburn stove and hot plate and space for table.

Breakfast Room
9'9 x 6'1

Adjoining the kitchen. Sliding doors to the front patio.

Family Room
10'5 x 9'7

Xia archway from breakfast room with sliding doors to front aspect.

Utility Room
10'4 x 5'10

With eye and base level units incorporating sink, floor mounted oil fired boiler serving heating and hot water, door to large pantry and door to garden.

First Floor Landing
Galleried with airing cupboard, recessed book shelves and access to loft.

Master Bathroom
13'9 x 12'1

Fitted with range of bedroom furniture and wardrobes and views over countryside.

7'7 x 7

Split level floor with shower, wash basin and WC.

Annexe Bedroom Two
14'1 x 10'2

With fitted wardrobes and views to rear over garden and countryside.

Bedroom Three
12'2 x 11'8

With built-in wardrobes and countryside views, recessed book shelving.

Bedroom Four
12'8 x 6'9

Laminate wood flooring.

Family Bathroom
14' x 7

A split level floor with an ornate bath on feet, large and modern walk-in shower, wash basin and WC.

33' x 22'7

A completely separate annexe building, open plan and versatile additional accommodation with its own fitted kitchen and wc/shower room with open plan living/dining and bedroom areas with a built in large closet wardrobe and sliding doors to a sun terrace to the front aspect and door to garden of main house..

Raddon House has two areas of lawn garden and a full width sun terrace to the front aspect with gated side access to the rear.
The rear garden has a large sun terrace and a stone retaining wall with a variety of specimen shrubs and bushes atop with steps leading to a sleeper terraced garden with a substantial area of lawn all bordered by mature hedging and a small area of ''wild'' garden. Enjoying a high degree of privacy you can also access open farmland to the rear via gated access.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
08 August 2016


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