Believed to date back to the medieval era, this charming Devon Longhouse has plenty of character and charm as well as a plethora of potential. The house is Grade II listed for its architectural and historical importance with many original features remaining including fine detailed frieze believed to have been carved by a local order of monks, open fireplaces with bread ovens, wood beamed ceilings, flagstone flooring, only to name a few.
Currently, the property is divided into three dwellings with separate front doors, kitchens and staircases making flexible accommodation for three families or provide income by letting or holiday letting part of the property subject to the necessary consents. Alternatively, the property could be used as one main home with seven bedrooms and three reception rooms.
Higher Hollamoor Farm would be ideal as a small holding and has been used for many a year as such, it could even be ideal for running a business from home that requires plenty of storage. Set within a little over two acres the home also boasts several stone and cob barns (some two storey) around the rear of the home totalling a little over 5000 square feet. Moving down the land you pass a rose plantation providing a cacophony of summer colour before entering the paddock. Keep moving round from here there is a well planted side garden with fruit trees and a Pollytunnel which in turn leads round the garage to the front. Here there is ample parking for several vehicles.
To conclude, this is very much a versatile home that can be utilized in many ways from a live in small holding to a home providing additional income for those that are looking at retiring or semi retiring and looking for an ancillary income.
From Torrington leave the main square via South Street and Whites Lane. At the 'T' junction turn left onto New Street and continue out of Torrington following down the hill and passing the 'The Puffing Billy' on your right hand side and crossing the River Torridge. Take the 1st left hand turning signposted Frithelstock / Monkleigh and continue on this road passing through Frithelstock and entering Frithelstockstone. At the 'T' junction turn left and continue on this road leaving the village and passing the garage on your right hand side on the crest of the hill. After a short distance turn right on the lane with name plate and a for sale board clearly displayed.