Sutherland Farm, Hartland
- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- Bespoke Kitchen/Diner with Vaulted Ceiling
- Superb Lounge with Feature Window & Woodburner
- Oil Fired Central Heating
- Double Glazed Windows
- Attractive Garden
- Pleasant Views
- Ample Parking
- Income Stream from Detached Holiday Let
Believed to have been originally converted in the 1990`s, The Linney has been further improved over the years with the current owners extending the barn, adding a superb dual aspect lounge, taking full advantage of the views. Meanwhile, a studio - converted from the old garage - provides an ideal income stream or overspill accommodation for a guest or dependant relative.
The high specification of the accommodation is immediately evident, with quality floor coverings and decorative finish throughout together with oil fired central heating & stylish grey anthracite uPVC double glazed windows.
The bespoke kitchen/dining room, with vaulted ceiling and exposed A-frames enjoys views over the garden and adjoining countryside, whilst a feature multi fuel burning stove provides a great focal point. A connecting doorway leads into the superb dual aspect lounge with a fantastic feature window and patio doors taking in views of the garden, countryside and distant coastline.
There are 3 ground floor bedrooms, 2 double and a single, one having the benefit of an en-suite bathroom, comprising of bath with shower over and underfloor heating. The family shower room is well appointed and also benefits from underfloor heating with quadrant shower enclosure and white sanitary fittings whilst a good sized cupboard has space and plumbing for both washing machine & tumble dryer.
From the hallway, stairs lead up to the master bedroom with extensive built-in wardrobes and en-suite shower room whilst a Juliet balcony and coach house style windows take in the surrounding views.
To the outside, the good sized & attractive garden enjoys a south west aspect and comprises a large lawn with established hedgerows and raised shrub beds whilst the seating areas are finished in a durable resin coat finish, extending down to the entrance gates. The driveway provides ample parking areas and should it be desired, a double garage could be added at the end of the garden, with planning permission having previously been granted (now lapsed).
‘Little Linney` comprises of dual living/sleeping area with underfloor heating and 2 velux windows together with kitchen & breakfast bar and a well appointed shower room. Whilst this has produced a regular income through holiday letting, it could also be utilised as an annexe if required, subject to the necessary consents.
NEED TO KNOW
Mains Water & Electricity connected
Oil Fired Central Heating
Private Septic Tank Drainage
Energy Performance Certificate: E (47)
Council Tax: Band D* - £1954.14 per annum
*Improvement indicator - this shows that improvements have been made to the property that might result in the Council Tax band changing if a relevant transaction takes place, for example, if the property is sold.
The village of Hartland within walking distance and offers many amenities including a doctor`s surgery, general store & post office, church, public houses, village hall and a fish & chip shop. The vibrant community is apparent in many activities throughout the year, namely the popular and well supported annual village carnival. The spectacular coastline of Hartland Quay, where there are some wonderful vantage points & beautiful coastal walks, is approximately 1.5 miles distance.
The coastal town of Bude is approximately 15 miles distance, whilst the port & market town of Bideford is approximately 16 miles both offering further schooling opportunities and a large selection of local & national shopping facilities. Meanwhile, the regional centre of North Devon, Barnstaple is 23 miles distance with the M5 motorway at Junction 27, a further 35 miles.
From Bideford proceed towards Bude on the A39 link road. After approximately 11 miles turn right (signposted Hartland) on the B3248. Continue on this road for approximately 3 miles and as you enter the village on Fore Street and upon reaching the The Anchor Inn, turn left. Follow this road for approximately ¼ of a mile and turn right signposted for Philham & Elmscott, where after a further 200 meters, the property will be seen on the right hand side, with a nameplate displayed.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Energy Performance CertificatesEPC 1
Sutherland Farm, Hartland
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Barnstaple Station19.2 miles
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