4 bedroom farm house for saleBurrington , Umberleigh
Withdrawn from Market £485,000
- Spacious 4 bedroomed Victorian farmhouse
- Broadband: Superfast fibre broadband / 20mb per second
- A range of traditional outbuildings with potential to convert STPP
- Large garden with mature orchard & paddock (1.3 acres)
- Sizeable courtyard-parking for a number of cars
- Equestrian potential
- In all, about 1.97 acres
- Tranquil & secluded setting
- EPC Rating = F
LOCATION The property is located a couple of miles from the village of Burrington, which is set in the beautiful Taw Valley in the stunning Devonshire countryside. The village offers a primary school, pub, village shop and parish hall.
Bedport Farmhouse is situated between the Taw and Torridge valleys amidst beautiful, unspoilt countryside. The small town of Chulmleigh is approximately 6 miles to the east and provides everyday essentials: shops, dentist, doctors, restaurants, primary and secondary education. Chulmleigh Academy is a highly successful, popular school and the small village primary school at Burrington is very well supported. Great Torrington is approximately 11 miles to the west, with its market, shops, bank, as well as the regionally famous Plough Arts Centre. The regional centre for North Devon, Barnstaple, offers a further range of shops, social and educational facilities. The market town of South Molton, with its popular twice weekly pannier market, offers a further range of amenities and is well situated to the North Devon Link Road (A361) and the M5 (Junction 27) beyond. There are main line railway stations at Tiverton Parkway & Exeter St Davids, providing direct lines to London Paddington.
The property occupies a convenient position due to its close proximity to the train station at Portsmouth Arms, providing good transport links to Barnstaple and Exeter via the Tarka Line.
Good sporting and recreation facilities are available in the area with fishing on the River Taw and Exmoor and Dartmoor National Parks are both within easy reach. The area is ideally suited for riding with quiet lanes and bridle paths. There are a number of golf courses within the area, High Bullen Golf & Country Club, Libbaton and Saunton, to name a few. The spectacular North Devon coast offers a number of nationally known surfing beaches including Woolacombe, Saunton and Croyde.
DESCRIPTION The Victorian farmhouse is situated at the end of a privately owned lane which is shared with three other properties. The stone built slated roofed farmhouse, is a warm and welcoming family home surrounded by mature grounds to the rear and side with a sizeable courtyard and turning area at the front of the property. The detached traditional farmhouse, much improved by the current owners, has many period features, which include exposed beams, hardwood windows with a number of deep window sills, inglenook fireplaces and traditional stripped ledge and brace reclaimed pine doors. The naturally light and spacious accommodation comprises of versatile living areas and four bedrooms. There is a range of adjoining traditional stone outbuildings which have potential to be converted into ancillary or dual occupancy or holiday accommodation, subject to the relevant planning consents. Broadband: Superfast fibre broadband / 20mb per second.
The property offers the opportunity to create a wonderful family home and country idyll.
ACCOMMODATION A stone and timber porch leading to
ENTRANCE HALL: Painted wooden panelling, seagrass flooring and stairs leading to the first floor.
SITTING ROOM: 17'5" x 15' 3" (5.3m x 4.66m). An attractive room with views across the courtyard and into the valley beyond, stone fireplace with inset wood burner on a brick and slate hearth. Window seat.
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: 25'4" x 17'1" (7.73m x 5.21m). The heart of the house. A wonderful family room with views to front and back. Part wooden panelled walls, large exposed stone inglenook with inset four oven Aga with tiled splash back with scotch dryer and oak beam over. Exposed beams, a range of hand crafted fitted shelves and units with wooden worktop and drainage board, ceramic Belfast sink, space for fridge and freezer and Bosch single electric oven and gas hob. French doors to the paved terrace and garden beyond. Under stairs storage cupboard.
STUDY: 16'7" x 8'10" (5.06m x 2.68m). Views over the lawned garden, large door to the garden, fitted full height cupboard, with the bottom half housing the oil fired Grant boiler. Range of fitted book shelves.
CONSERVATORY: 13'6" X 10'11" (4.11m x 3.32m). Sliding double doors to the garden. Fitted wall cupboards.
SNUG: 14'1" x 11'0" (4.3m x 3.36m). A cosy room with large inglenook fireplace with bread oven and a range of fitted bookshelves in an alcove. Door to the conservatory.
UTILITY ROOM/PANTRY: Doors to the rear garden and terrace area at the front of the property. Two large storage cupboards. Plumbing for washing machine and fridge. Range of base units with single stainless steel sink.
SHOWER ROOM: 10' x 4' (3.06m x 1.21m). Low level WC, hand basin, fully tiled shower cubicle with Mira electric shower, vinyl floor and electric radiator.
Large light and wide landing with fitted book shelving on the wall of the stair case and window overlooking the courtyard and countryside beyond.
BEDROOM 1 (Double): 11'9" x 11'7" (3.57m x 3.43m). Views across the garden at the rear. Access to the loft space.
FAMILY BATHROOM: 7'4" x 6'4" (2.23m x 1.92m). Pedestal hand basin, panelled bath with shower attachment, medicine cabinet, part tiled walls, airing cupboard and painted floorboards.
BEDROOM 2 (Single): 13'1" x 11'7" (4m x 3.54m). Views across the garden. Range of fitted bookshelves.
MASTER BEDROOM: 14'5" x 11'11" (4.39m x 3.62m). Views across the courtyard and valley beyond. Exposed floorboards. A range of fitted wardrobes offering shelving and hanging space.
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM: 8'2" x 3'11" (2.48m x 1.19m). Painted floorboards, heated chrome towel rail, double shower with power shower, corner hand basin with tiled splashback and low level WC.
BEDROOM 3 (Double): 13'3" x 11'7" (4.03m x 3.52m). Views overlooking the courtyard and the countryside beyond. A range of fitted book shelves.
OUTBUILDINGS & LAND The property is approached from the lane via a five-bar gate to the courtyard and turning area which is laid to tarmac. There are a number of mature borders at the front of the farmhouse.
The large lawned garden encircles the rear and western elevation of the property. The gardens have a number of apple trees and shrubs and are bordered by a mature native hedge on the western and southern boundary.
Adjoining the house is a slate terrace (south-west facing); the border is planted with mature perennials, shrubs and herbs; a greenhouse sits to the south side of the house, a timber garden gate leads from the lawn to the lane.
The orchard paddock adjoins the garden and can be accessed by a five-bar gate from behind the outbuildings or from the garden and is planted with a number of mature apple trees and gently slopes to a stream at the bottom of the paddock which forms the boundary. The paddock is stock fenced with post and wire.
The traditional stone outbuildings can be found either side of the property and comprise of log store (15' 9" x 7'5") and open store (15'11" x 8'11" -potential to be a garage) with adjoining large two storey workshop and games room (24'x15'11"). The former pigsties (16'5" x 10'11" and 10'11" x 7'6") could be easily converted into pony stables.
SERVICES Mains electricity. Shared private water and drainage. Oil fired central heating & Aga. Grant boiler installed in 2015.
VIEWING Strictly by appointment through Geoffrey Clapp Associates.
COUNCIL TAX E
LOCAL AUTHORITY North Devon District Council
DIRECTIONS From South Molton, take the B3226 signposted Clapworthy. Proceed along this road until the B3226 meets the A377. At the junction turn left and after a short distance, take a right hand turn at Colleton Mills, sign posted to Burrington. Proceed up the hill and continue straight through the village. At Red Post Cross, turn left and proceed straight through Northcote Cross. At Five Oaks Cross, turn left and just prior to Halfsbury Cross, turn left as indicated by the 'Bedport' sign. Proceed down the lane and Bedport Farmhouse can be found at the end. Turn left into the courtyard via the five bar gate.
FIXTURES & FITTINGS Only those mentioned in the sales particulars are included in the sale. All others such as curtains, carpets, light fittings, garden ornament etc are specifically excluded may be available by separate negotiation.
ADDITIONAL NOTE Please note that a right of access will be reserved in favour on the adjoining property, Bedport Brye, further details can be sought from the agent.
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