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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Throwleigh, Okehampton, Devon

Guide Price £1,095,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 5 Bedrooms
  • A Fine 16th Century Listed House
  • Fantastic Village Location
  • Enclosed Cobbled Courtyard
  • Range Of Stone Outbuildings
  • Garaging

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A fine 16th century Listed village house of great character and charm.

Through passage entrance hall, Study, Drawing room, Sitting room, Kitchen/dining room, Garden room, Cloakroom, Pantry, Rear hall, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, Enclosed cobbled courtyard, Range of stone outbuildings including garaging, Large walled garden.

From Throwleigh there is quick access onto the A30 dual carriageway at Whiddon Down, leading West past Okehampton to Cornwall and East to Exeter, where there is access onto the M5 motorway, railway stations with mainline connections to London (Paddington and Waterloo) and an international airport with regular services to London City airport.

Throwleigh is a charming and peaceful small Dartmoor village, with shop, post office and church on the North side of the National Park. About a mile away is the Northmore Inn and about 3 miles away is one of Dartmoors most popular small market towns, Chagford. Centred around its attractive square, it possesses an excellent range of local facilities including shops, parish church, primary school doctors and dentists surgeries, pubs, hotel and restaurant. There are also many active clubs and societies including football and cricket pitches, bowling club, tennis club and an open air swimming pool. About 4 miles away is the award winning Gidleigh Park Hotel and about 6.5 miles away is Bovey Castle Hotel, with championship golf course and excellent spa facilities. Dartmoor is renowned for its stunning scenery with its granite tors, heather clad moorland and wooded valleys bisected by rushing streams and rivers and there are many and varied opportunities locally for walking, ri!
ding and fishing. Within easy reach to the East is the university and cathedral city of Exeter, with a full selection of cultural, recreational and shopping facilities and a good choice of both private and state schools. To the West, easily accessible off the A30, is the town of Okehampton, where there is a Waitrose store, leisure centre and state secondary school.

The Property
Large period village house of considerable character and charm
Listed as being of architectural or historical interest Grade II* and stated as being early 16th century with late 16th century and 17th century improvements and extensions, refurbished in the mid 19th century
Spacious family accommodation with many notable period features including granite fireplaces and exposed ceiling and roof timbers
Delightful enclosed cobbled courtyard with range of stone outbuildings
Large, walled, well stocked and private gardens to the rear
Attractive peaceful village location with views over the surrounding Dartmoor countryside
Easy access to A30, Chagford, Okehampton, Exeter etc.

Historical Note
The Listing document states Throwleigh Barton as being early 16th century with late 16th and 17th century improvements and extensions, refurbished in the mid 19th century and modernised circa 1980. It also states good interior shows the work of all the main building phases and then Throwleigh Barton is a most interesting house, it is larger and grander than most 16th century houses in the area. In the early 16th century it had a large hall and large inner room parlour. The arch brace is also a very unusual feature in this area, a degree of sophistication which must indicate an owner of higher than usual social status.
From the road, a driveway leads in beside the house, through a five bar gate, to the delightful cobbled courtyard, enclosed on two sides by the house and the other two by a range of stone outbuildings including store sheds with slate roofs, open fronted linhay with corrugated roof and stone garage/store with pitched slate roof.

Gardens and Grounds
To the rear of the store sheds is an enclosed herb/vegetable garden and orchard and from the courtyard a five bar gate opens to the large and delightfully peaceful and private walled garden to the rear consisting of areas of lawn, fringed and interspersed with well stocked plant and shrub borders and a variety of ornamental trees. To the front of the house is a further lawned garden, bounded by a low stone wall, and including further plant and shrub borders, ornamental trees and stone steps up to an enclosed stone paved terrace area.

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23 September 2015

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