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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Clayhidon, Cullompton, Devon, EX15

Guide Price £485,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Refurbished 3 bedroom attached barn
  • Excellent range of outbuildings including studio, office & workshop
  • Attractive gardens
  • Adjoining fields & woodland
  • In all approximately 6.5 acres
  • Uffculme School catchment

Full description

Excellent refurbished 3 bedroom attached barn with a range of outbuildings including studio and guest suite. Comprising hallway, sitting room, kitchen, orangery/dining room and downstairs cloakroom, 3 bedrooms and family bathroom. A superb range of outbuildings including studio, office & workshop. Attractive gardens, adjoining fields including woodland, in all approximately 6.5 acres. Uffculme School catchment. EPC Band F.

Situation - Highfield Barn is situated within the sought after village of Clayhidon which lies within the Blackdown Hills, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village benefits from an excellent public house, church and village hall. The village of Hemyock is within 3.5 miles where an even greater selection of facilities can be found including doctors surgery, village stores, primary school which feeds into the highly regarded Uffculme School. Wellington is within 4.5 miles where a great selection of shopping, recreational and scholastic facilities can be found together with easy access to the M5 motorway. Both Taunton and Honiton are within an approximate 20 minute drive whilst Bristol and Exeter are within an easy commute.

Description - Highfield Barn is centred on a recently refurbished three bedroom attached barn conversion which has recently been extended with a superb conservatory with a glazed lantern roof. The property is constructed principally of local flint stone with brick quoins and is contained beneath a tiled roof. Adjacent is an excellent range of outbuildings providing studio, guest suite/office, workshop and store. It is set within attractive gardens and grounds including three adjoining fields including an area of woodland leading down to the stream, in all extending to approximately 6.5 acres.

Accommodation - A good sized entrance porch leads into the central entrance hall with attractive staircase rising to the first floor with cupboard under. Adjacent can be found a useful cloakroom and opposite a wonderful sitting room with large windows to both front and rear together with a log burning stove. The kitchen has been comprehensively fitted with solid wood worktops with extensive range of floor and wall mounted cupboards and drawers, integrated oven, electric hob and space for appliances. Numerous downlighters and skirting board spotlights. An opening leads into a recently constructed orangery/dining room, glazed on three sides together with a glazed lantern roof and French doors to rear.

On the first floor is a nice and airy landing which has been beautifully decorated with a range of built in storage areas including an airing cupboard housing the hot water tank. There are three double bedrooms, all enjoying pleasant country views together with a recently refurbished bathroom comprising a modern white suite including bath with main shower over, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin, low level WC and a velux roof light.

Outside - To the side of the property is an area of off road parking together with an excellent range of outbuildings which benefit from power and light together with double glazed windows. These include an excellent studio with views from two aspects with doorway leading into a workshop and further door into an office/guest bedroom with views from two aspects. There is also a large store room 14'8 x 12'6 with two windows and a lock up store 8' x 7'8.

Immediately in front of the property is an attractive cottage garden with pathway leading between the barn and outbuildings with storage area beneath. The main gardens lie to the north of the property and have been well landscaped to provide delightful retreat and ideally suited for outdoor entertaining. From here there is direct access down to the adjoining fields which are on a gentle south easterly slope and are protected by Devon banks which are treelined with vast swades of pasture together with some woodland and bounded by a stream. Within the fields can be found a mobile animal shelter with small level yard area. In total the grounds extend to approximately 6.5 acres.

Services - Mains water and electricity. Private drainage.

Viewing - Strictly by appointment with the vendor's selling agents, Stags, Wellington Office.

Directions - From Wellington head south passing Wellington School to the bypass. Continue straight across signposted Ford Street and continue to the top of the hill. Turn left and continue along for approximately 1 mile taking the second turning right and continue down here to the next junction. Turn left then immediately right signposted Applehayes and Garlandhayes. Continue down this lane for approximately half a mile whereupon Highfield Barn will be seen on the left hand side clearly identified by our For Sale board.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.


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05 September 2019

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