Residential Development for saleThurle Farm, Taw Valley, Chulmleigh, Devon, EX18
Guide Price £330,000
- South Facing Aspect
- Two Barns
- 2.64 Acres
- Provision for Gardens
- Parking Area
- Storage Building
Two barns with approval for change of use to two separate dwellings, occupying a south-facing position above the Taw Valley. Available together or separately. Provision for car parking and gardens. Storage building. 2.64 acres.
Situation - The Cattle Barn and Old Farmhouse were formerly part of Thurle Farm, which lies in an attractive and scenic part of North Devon, about half a mile north of the small town of Chulmleigh which has a post office, shop, a bank, church, chapel, primary and secondary schools and an 18 hole short golf course. Nearby are Kings Nympton and Eggesford Railway Stations on the Tarka Line which runs along the Taw Valley between Barnstaple and Exeter.
The market town of South Molton (7.5 miles) has a more comprehensive range of shops, banks and schooling, a supermarket as well as weekly livestock and farmers markets, access to the A361 (North Devon Link Road) and the nearby West Buckland School.
The larger towns of Tiverton (20 miles) and Barnstaple (22 miles) both have large supermarkets, a hospital and a wide range of shops together with schools for all ages whilst the Cathedral City of Exeter is 24 miles to the south. The sandy beaches on North Devon's coastline at Saunton, Croyde and Putsborough are within easy reach as are both Exmoor and Dartmoor National Parks.
The A361 (North Devon Link Road) can be accessed at South Molton and Tiverton and provides access to the M5 motorway at Junction 27, nearby to which is Tiverton Parkway rail station with mainline services to London Paddington.
Description - The Cattle Barn and The Old Farmhouse both have approval for change of use to create two separate dwellings. They are available to purchase together or individually.
The Cattle Barn - Guide £195,000 - The Cattle Barn provides an exciting opportunity to create a rural home, with wonderful southerly views towards Dartmoor, set in approximately 0.63 Acres. Currently a modern-style farm building, the ground floor area extends to 1,679 square feet (156 square metres).
As part of the change of use, there is provision for garden space and two car parking spaces. To the south of the Cattle Barn is an area of pasture land with a south-facing aspect and views stretching over the Taw Valley. Adjoining the eastern boundary, there is a block-built building presently used for storage.
The Old Farmhouse - The attractive stone barn is known as 'The Old Farmhouse' and is constructed of stone elevations with brick and stone quoins surrounding the openings, presently with a corrugated iron roof. The ground floor area measures approximately 1,140 sq ft (106 sq metres.
Internally there is an original fireplace and the former outside w.c. The barn has previously been used as a cattle shippon and has an attached workshop on the western end.
As part of the change of use, there is provision for two car parking spaces and an area of garden to the rear of The Old Farmhouse. There is also an additional area of agricultural land included, between the 'garden' and the entrance track.
Please note that there is no access to The Old Farmhouse from the southern elevation.
Land - Positioned to the south of The Cattle Barn is a south-facing pasture paddock, presently forming part of a larger field. This land is coloured orange on the land plan and extends to 1.84 Acres.
Planning - Prior approval was granted by North Devon District Council on 15th September 2015 for the change of use of the Cattle Barn to a dwelling house under class Q(A). The application reference is: 59677.
The development will require the prior approval of the Local Planning Authority in respect of the design and appearance of the buildings within an application under class Q(b).
Services - Private water. Mains electricity will need to be connected.
Access - Please note that access to The Cattle Barn is via the lane coloured brown on the land plan. There is no access past Highbury or Thurle Farmhouse. Maintenance responsibility will be shared between the users.
Viewing - Strictly by appointment please through the sole selling agents, Stags on 01769 572263. Please note, access to The Cattle Barn is via the entrance lane as shown coloured brown on the land plan. There is no access past Highbury or Thurle Farmhouse.
Directions - From Chulmleigh town centre head in a northerly direction towards South Molton. Take the first right signposted Tiverton, pass the community college and turn right again signposted Tiverton. The entrance to the property will be found on the left hand side after about half a mile.
Contact Information - Stags South Molton office: 29 The Square, South Molton, Devon, EX36 3AQ. Tel: 01769 572263. Email: email@example.com
Disclaimer - These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose. All measurements are approximate.
Warning - Farms and land can be dangerous places. Please take care when viewing the property, particularly in the vicinity of farm buildings and livestock.
These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.
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