Situated in this fantastic position on the outskirts of this popular market town surrounded by picturesque rolling Devon countryside is this former dairy farm now a stunning 4 bedroom (1 ensuite), 2 reception room period farmhouse together with 3 cottages providing excellent income potential. The residence sits in approximately 17 acres comprising of fabulous formal gardens, pastureland and beautiful mature woodland which has been superbly maintained as a great useable space. A useful range of farm outbuildings provides further development potential subject to gaining the neccassery consents.
The Main Residence
Entrance Hall A characterful entrance hall with a wide stair case to the first floor and original flag stone flooring.
Living Room 22'7" x 15'5" (6.88m x 4.7m). A spacious room boasting a wealth of period features with exposed ceiling beams, deep window sill with window to front overlooking the gardens. A large stone/brick inglenook fireplace houses a wood burning stove with a timber mantle and a slate hearth.
Sitting Room 15'8" x 13'5" (4.78m x 4.1m). A generous size reception room with a stone feature fireplace housing a wood burning stove. Window to front elevation.
Kitchen/ Diner 28'3" x 22'2" (8.6m x 6.76m). A large and characterful 'L' shaped room with a fitted kitchen, comprising a range of base and wall mounted units with work surfaces over, incorporating a stainless steel 1 1/2 sink drainer unit with mixer taps. Plumbing and recess for dishwasher, space for under counter freezer and tall fridge. Windows to side and rear elevations. Dining area with french glazed doors to side elevation. Inglenook fireplace houses and oil fired Rayburn, with original Clome oven to side. Ample space for a dining room table and chairs.
Utility Room/ Former dairy 13'1" x 9'3" (4m x 2.82m). Windows to side and rear elevations, slate shelving. Ample space for fridge, freezer and washing machine.
Boot Room 12'9" x 7'9" (3.89m x 2.36m). Plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Seperate WC. Oil fired central heating boiler.
Bedroom 1 15'7" x 13'7" (4.75m x 4.14m). A generous sized master bedroom with a period feature fireplace. Window to front elevation, enjoying breathtaking views over the rolling Devon Countryside. Door to-
Ensuite 11' x 9'5" (3.35m x 2.87m). A fitted suite comprises a large corner bath, close coupled WC and wash hand basin and an enclosed shower cubicle with mains fed shower connected. Windows to side and rear elevations.
Bedroom 2 12'1" x 9'11" (3.68m x 3.02m). A spacious double bedroom with a fitted wardrobe. Window to front elevation with stunning countryside views.
Bedroom 3 25' x 9'3" (7.62m x 2.82m). A double bedroom with window to side elevation. Large walk in airing cupboard.
Bedroom 4 13'6" x 11'9" (4.11m x 3.58m). An 'L' shaped room with window to front elevation, built in wardrobes.
Shower Room 8'8" x 5'3" (2.64m x 1.6m). An enclosed shower cubicle houses a mains fed shower, with a close coupled WC and wash hand basin. Window tio side elevation.
The Cottages The three cottages are located off the central yard, with an allocated parking area to the rear. The cottages are all full residential use, and have a huge amount of income potential.
The Shippon A spacious 1 bedroom barn conversion, with a generous size living space, fitted kitchen and a bathroom.
The Linhay The largest of the 3 units with spacious accommodation throughout, comprising a living room with a wood burning stove, generous size kitchen and double bedroom and a bathroom. Connecting door to the dairy.
The Dairy with a connecting door to the Linhay, laid out as a studio wth a fitted kitchen and a shower room.
The Outbuildings A good range of former Dairy outbuildings, with development potential considered subject to gaining the neccassery consents.
Garage/ Workshop 44' x 23' (13.4m x 7m). Large vehicle entrance door and pedestrian door to front. Concrete floor with some partitioning. Would potentially suit for use as stabling.
Pole Barn 61' x 30' (18.6m x 9.14m). An open fronted pole barn.
Multi Purpose agricultural building 60' x 28' (18.3m x 8.53m). A substantial, 4 bay building, being part concrete and part stone wall, suitable for livestock or stabling with concrete feeders to one side. power and light connected.
The Roundhouse 25' x 23' (7.62m x 7m). A lovely stone roundhouse with a huge amount of development potential subject to gaining the neccassery consents.
Adjoining Lean to Shed 26' x 17'7" (7.92m x 5.36m). A cocrete lean to with a steel sheet roof providing making a good store area.
The gardens A sweeping entrance driveway leads off the parish road and enters the cental yard area, which provides extensive off road parking and access to all the buildings and an enclosed tennis court. The gardens are all superbly landscaped with being principally laid to lawn with mature shrubs and planting surrounding. Vegetable garden with assorted beds, leading down to a productive orchard and further to ornamental garden ponds.
The Land Westcombe Farm totals approximately 17 acres, comprising pastureland of about 5 acres being a gently sloping South facing paddock, the land then drops into some beautiful mature woodland which has been superbly maintained by the current owner, the woodland has meandering pathways and various clearings and seating areas, with a lovely stream running through the centre. A perfect spot for enjoying walks, and enjoying some peace and quiet in complete seclusion.
Services Mains electricity and water. Oil fired cental heating systems. Private drainage.
From the centre of Holsworthy proceed on the A388 towards Launceston and after approximately 0.6 miles, at Whimble Cross, turn left signed Hollacombe. Proceed along Staddon Road for approximately 1.2 miles, taking the right hand turning at Combesdown Cross signposted Hollacombe, follow this road for a short distance whereupon the property will be found on the left hand side.