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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Highampton, Beaworthy, Devon, EX21

Guide Price £457,500

Property Description

Key features

  • Attached Converted Barn
  • Versatile 4 Bed Accommodation
  • 32ft First Floor Lounge
  • Large Agricultural Building
  • Further Buildings & Stables
  • Outbuilding with Planning for Holiday Cottage
  • 4.3 Acres
  • Superb Rural and Dartmoor Views

Full description

Converted barn with outbuildings and 4.3 Acres. Attached converted barn, versatile 4 bed accommodation, 32ft first floor lounge. Large agricultural building. Further buildings & stables. Outbuilding with planning for holiday cottage. 4.3 Acres.
Superb rural and Dartmoor views. EPC Band: E

Situation - The property is situated on the fringes of the village Highampton and enjoys some unrivalled views across surrounding countryside towards the hills of Dartmoor. The village of Highampton has a popular inn, post office/stores, primary school, village hall, together with church and chapel. The nearby village of Sheepwash, some 2 miles distant, offers a further range of local amenities including the well known Half Moon Inn, with its associated links to fishing on the River Torridge. The market town of Hatherleigh is within a short drive, again with a good range of local shops and services, together with doctor's and veterinary surgeries, and market with weekly livestock and cattle sales. A more comprehensive range of amenities can be found at Okehampton, with an excellent range of shopping facilities, three supermarkets including a Waitrose, sixth form college, modern hospital and leisure centre. From Okehampton there is direct access via the A30 to Exeter, with its M5 motorway, main line rail and international air connections. The area surrounding Highampton offers delightful unspoilt countryside and is well known for its opportunities for leisure pursuits. The Tarka Trail offering miles of superb cycling, riding and walking runs close by and there is fishing on the Torridge at nearby Sheepwash, while the north coasts of Devon and Cornwall are within easy driving distance with excellent beaches and unrivalled coastal scenery.

Description - The property comprises an attached converted barn, which has been refurbished and extended within the past 10 years. Having reverse level accommodation, the property offers spacious versatile accommodation benefitting from oil fired central heating. Externally there is a yard with a useful range of buildings including a large agricultural barn and further stabling and a separate detached workshop. A further building has planning consent for conversion into a two bedroom holiday cottage. Beyond the yard and buildings are two south facing paddocks with fine views, the total being approximately 4.3 acres.

Accommodation - ENTRANCE HALL: Access to roof space.
INNER HALL.
MASTER BEDROOM: With french doors to veranda and velux double glazed roof light. Beamed ceiling and inset lights. Walk-in wardrobe with light.
EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM: Window to side. Fully tiled shower cubicle with electric shower unit. Hand basin, low level WC. Radiator. Part tiled walls.
BEDROOM 4: With exposed ceiling timbers.
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: Kitchen Area; having windows to front and side, belfast sink and solid timber worksurfaces. Part tiled walls. Range of fitted cupboards and space and plumbing for appliances. Space for American style fridge/freezer. Propane range cooker. With extractor unit above. Exposed ceiling timbers and exposed timber flooring. Radiator.
HALLWAY: With entrance door from lane and timber floor. Steps down to further hallway area with slate floor. Radiator and incorporating a STUDY AREA, with radiator. Storage cupboard and staircase to first floor. Ceiling timbers, two windows and door to Sun Room.
BATHROOM: Freestanding roll top bath on timber plinth, fully tiled shower cubicle with mixer shower fitment. Light and extractor above. Pedestal wash basin. Low level wc, part timber panelling to walls, radiator and heated towel rack. Tiled floor, exposed ceiling timbers, linen cupboard.
BEDROOM 2: With radiator. Understair storage cupboard and further small cupboard. Exposed ceiling timbers.
BEDROOM 3: With bay window. Radiator.
SUN ROOM: French doors leading to patio and windows with some countrysid views.

FIRST FLOOR.
Open plan LIVING ROOM: An exceptionally spacious room with vaulted ceiling with exposed A-frame timbers. Double aspect with windows to front and three double glazed dormer windows with views towards Dartmoor. Wealth of exposed ceiling timbers and timber floor. Part exposed stone walls and woodburning stove on raised tiled hearth. Radiator and area with shelving and cupboards.

Outside - The property is approached from the road via a five bar gate and pedestrian gate, which lead to a concrete yard/parking area with oil storage tank and outside tap. WC/BOILER ROOM (Part of the main house). Having belfast sink and oil central heating boiler. There is a parking area immediately to the rear of the house and adjacent is a veranda, ideal for alfresco dining with climbing roses and a pathway leading to a further easily maintainable area of garden with flower beds and concrete paths.
 
Adjoining the main yard is the excellent AGRICULTURAL BUILDING 45' x 35' with mezzanine hay loft and being ideal for the storage of vehicles and machinery or adaptable to stabling if required. FORMER SHIPPON 24'3" x 19'9" currently used as a workshop with power and light connected. Windows to four elevations and double doors to the gardens. Across the yard from the agricultural building is a further FORMER SHIPPON 53'11" x 16'4" having planning consent for conversion into a two bedroom holiday cottage. There are three main internal rooms, which have been left unfinished and double glazed windows.
Power and Light is connected.
 
TIMBER STABLE BLOCK: Having two boxes 17'3" x 10'8" and 16'10" x 8'4". SMALL FEED STORE: Power and light connected.

To the rear of the workshop is an orchard area planted with apple, pear, plum and cherry trees. There is a STATIC CARAVAN. The land is split into two main paddock enclosures. One having a field SHELTER and both enjoying s fine open aspect across adjoining countryside towards the hills of Dartmoor. There is a further large vegetable garden area with fruit cage, polytunnel and water supply. The total plot is approximately 4 acres.

Directional Note - From Okehampton Town Centre proceed towards Hatherleigh. After approximately 1.5 miles at the T-junction turn right onto the A386. Stay on this road to Hatherleigh and at the mini roundabout on the edge of town turn left onto the A3072 signposted to Highampton/Holsworthy. After approximately 4 miles, upon entering Highampton, turn right on the sharp hand bend as if for Sheepwash and immediately right again in Church Road. Proceed for a short distance, where upon the property will be found upon the right hand side.

Services - Mains electricity and water. Private drainage.

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