6 bedroom detached house for saleBradstone, Tavistock, Devon
Guide Price £695,000
- Beautiful farmhouse
- Stone barns with planning consent
- 4.18 acres
- Available as a whole or in 2 lots
- Opportunity to purchase additional adjoining land by separate negotiation
Holland Farm is a Grade II Listed farmhouse dating from the late 1500's. The house has been in the same family for 43 years and has been well maintained and updated over the years. The house has many period features including a flagstone floor, inglenook fireplaces and a granite archway surrounding the entrance.
The ground floor accommodation comprises of an entrance hall with a flagstone floor, a spacious sitting and dining room with an open fireplace, stone feature wall and a set of stairs to the first floor, a kitchen/breakfast room with an Aga set in an inglenook fireplace with a bread oven, wooden units and a window seat, a further staircase, a utility room with slate work surfaces and a porch/boot room with access to the rear of the property. A recently renovated bedroom with underfloor heating and wet room are accessed through a further kitchen/hobby room off the dining room. With separate access to the rear of the house, this bedroom could be used as an annexe for family members. Upstairs are five good sized bedrooms, all with views over the surrounding land, a family bathroom with a stand-alone roll top bath and a cloakroom.
Holland Farm enjoys an idyllic rural setting with beautiful far reaching views over the surrounding countryside, yet is within easy reach of both Tavistock and Launceston.
Tavistock is a thriving market town adjoining the western edge of the Dartmoor National Park. Amenities include a hospital, bustling town centre shopping area with Pannier Market, and a wide range of well-regarded schools both state and private, including the renowned Mount Kelly private school, and the Plymouth grammar schools in close proximity. There is an abundance of interesting shopping facilities, including notable boutiques and delicatessens. Launceston, approximately 7 miles away offers a wide range of everyday shopping facilities with supermarkets, speciality shops and a butcher.
The area boasts endless sporting opportunities. The north and south coastlines of Devon and Cornwall offering some of the best sailing, surfing and beaches in the United Kingdom are within easy reach. Dartmoor National Park, offers superb facilities for riding, walking, fishing and golf.
The historic naval port of Plymouth is 25 miles away and offers extensive cultural, recreational and educational facilities including three theatres, Drakes Circus shopping centre, many sporting facilities and a fine university. The Barbican area has retail art galleries, numerous bars and eating places including the Barbican Kitchen and River Cottage Canteen at Royal William Yard. The port has regular cross-Channel ferry services to Brittany and northern Spain.
Communications are excellent with the A38 providing links to the south and to the north, the M5 at Exeter for Bristol and London. There are regular rail services to London from Plymouth, taking as little as 2 ½ hours. Exeter International Airport provides an ever increasing number of domestic and international flights, including two flights a day to London City Airport.
Holland Farm is approached over a long drive leading to a parking area for several cars and the double garage to the north of the house. The rest of the house is surrounded by beautiful south east facing gardens, level to the front of the house with a stone wall and gently sloping to the south, which is bordered by established trees and pretty wild flowering shrubs. There is a productive vegetable garden with fruit bushes, a pond fed by a stream and surrounded by wild roses and honeysuckle, an orchard with cider apples and a fenced paddock. The gardens enjoy stunning views across the neighbouring farmland and countryside.
Holland Farm benefits from a number of outbuildings which comprise of a well-maintained former granary barn, now used for storage, to the west of the house. A wood store and a detached store room with a wood burning stove and WC lie to the rear of the property.
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