Beaworthy, EX21 5DJ
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Ashwater, Beaworthy, EX21 5DJ

Equestrian Facility 4 Bedroom
EPC Rating: EPC
Sale agreed £560,000
Key Features
  • AMAZINGLY VERSATILE 10 ACRE RESIDENCE
  • 3 BEDROOM (MASTER EN-SUITE) CHARACTER FARMHOUSE
  • ADJOINING 1 BEDROOM ANNEXE
  • EXCELLENT YARD WITH ADAPTABLE OUTBUILDINGS
  • LEVEL LAND
  • RURAL SETTING WITH GREAT ASPECT TO DARTMOOR IN THE DISTANCE
  • LOVELY GARDENS & PLENTY OF PARKING
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN
Property Description

Additional Information

An amazingly versatile 10 acre residence with a truly delightful, character, 2 reception room, 3 bedroom (master en-suite) farmhouse, and adjoining 1 bedroom annexe. Lovely gardens, plenty of parking, garage, and excellent yard with adaptable outbuildings currently set up for equestrian, and immediately adjoining level land from which there is a great aspect to Dartmoor in the distance. Great rural setting amidst unspoilt countryside between Holsworthy/Okehampton/Launceston, and no onward chain. EPC=F

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES (all measurements are approximate):-

ENTRANCE PORCH    Flagstone floor.

LOUNGE 19'6" (5.94m) (max) x 16'4" (4.98m) (max). Superb flagstone floor. Window to front with original pine seat. Beamed ceiling with most impressive main beam. Inglenook fireplace with bread oven and slate hearth housing a woodburning stove. Original inset mantle. Concealed stairs rising to the First Floor with storage cupboard below. Interesting arched recess possibly an original "creamer".

SITTING ROOM 16' x 12'2" (4.88m x 3.7m). Laminate wood floor. Window to front with original pine seat. Inset stone/brick fireplace with a slate hearth and woodburning stove. Large recess with cupboards below. Beamed ceiling.

SNUG/BOOT ROOM 10'4" x 6'6" (3.15m x 1.98m). Slate floor. "Vaillant" wall mounted LPG boiler.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 26'7" x 7'10" (8.1m x 2.39m). Slate floor. Double aspect windows, and door to rear patio. High angled ceiling with exposed timbers and downlighters. Oak fitted kitchen. Roll-edge worksurfaces. Deep glazed "Belfast" sink with matching units, and beech worksurfaces to either side. Exposed stone work to part of wall. Complementary tiled splashbacking.

SPLIT-LEVEL FIRST FLOOR LANDING    Exposed roof timbers. Downlighters. Access to roof space.

MASTER BEDROOM 17'10" (5.44m) (max) x 11' (3.35m) (max). Window to front with original seat. Exposed roof timbers, and beam. Downlighters. Exposed stone work to chimney breast. Internal feature stained glass window.

EN-SUITE SHOWER    Opaque window to front with deep tiled sill. Stylish 2 piece white suite, and a quadrant shower cubicle with a "Mira Go" shower. Multi-rung radiator/towel rail. Laminate wood floor. Vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers.

BEDROOM 2 12'4" x 8'2" (3.76m x 2.5m). Exposed roof timbers.

BEDROOM 3 9'8" x 7'4" (2.95m x 2.24m). Access to roof space.

THE ANNEXE    Immediately adjoining the farmhouse, this is a real feature of the home and perfect for extended family/relative etc.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM - 13'8" x 8'4" (max) (4.17m x 2.54m (max)). plus large recess about 8'7 x 5'0 (2.62m x 1.52m) to include built-in cupboards housing the hot water tank. High vaulted ceiling. Roll-edge worksurfaces with matching base and wall units. Stainless steel 1 1/4 bowl sink. Shelved recess. Exposed lintels.

LOUNGE/DINER 24' x 10' (7.32m x 3.05m). A most impressive and spacious double aspect reception room with French doors to the front.

BEDROOM 12'4" x 10' (3.76m x 3.05m). Double aspect windows.

BATH/SHOWER ROOM 10' x 7'6" (3.05m x 2.29m). Tiled floor. 3 piece white suite, with a large tiled shower cubicle with a "Mira Sprint" shower. Extensive tiled splashbacking to walls.

OUTSIDE    The property is approached from the parish road over a good quality concrete lane, with Hunscott Farmhouse being situated at the end. Here there is concrete hardstanding for a couple of vehicles, and from where twin timber gates open onto an extensive rear concrete yard providing further parking, and giving access to the:

GARAGE Some 23' x 15' (Some 7m x 4.57m). Block built with light and power connected.

From the side parking area, a metal gate opens into the lovely front garden with its great collection of mature trees and shrubs, expansive level lawns, and complete with the original stone/slate Well. Aluminium framed greenhouse. The annexe has its own split-level patio area with a slate trough.

THE OUTBUILDINGS & LAND    These may be approached by foot directly from the garden, or also over a separate stone vehicle access. There's a good quality concrete yard with the outbuildings situated along 2 sides.

OUTBUILDING 1    Block built and timber clad over a steel frame. It is divided into 2 SUBSTANTIAL LOOSE BOXES, each being 14'0 x 12'0 (4.27m x 3.66m). Internally it is open to the full height of the mono-pitch roof which is some 13'7 (4.14m) max, complete with skylights.

OUTBUILDING 2    This features a timber clad/concrete section and part metal framed barn under a box profile roof which has been divided into a:
LOOSE BOX measuring 16'9 x 9'5 (5.10m x 2.87m) which is open to the full height of the roof, with 14'0 (4.27m) to the apex, and Stable door.
CENTRAL STORE/IMPLEMENT AREA with twin timber doors to front and measuring 17'0 x 9'7 (5.18m x 2.92m).
SECOND LOOSE BOX some 17'6 x 16'9 (5.33m x 5.10m) with Stable door to front.

Whilst perfectly suited for equestrian use, the outbuildings are equally suited for general stock and perfect for smallholding purposes. Immediately adjoining the yard, and with easy access, is a large WOODCHIP TURNOUT AREA which then leads onto the level land. It extends to some 10 acres and has been conveniently post and railed into 3 paddocks with FIELD SHELTER, whilst the larger field is divided into 2 by post and wire. There is a lovely oak tree in the larger area of the field which provides perfect shelter for stock, whilst in the far corner is a further "clump" of oak trees.

SERVICES    Mains water and electricity. Private drainage to a "Klargester" (installed 2015) which is located next to the Greenhouse.

COUNCIL BANDS    Main House: Band 'D'. Annexe: Band 'A' (please note these council bands may be subject to reassessment).

EPC RATING    Rating F.



Directions

From Holsworthy proceed on the A388 Launceston road for approximately 3 miles and upon reaching Clawton turn left. After 1.5 miles, upon reaching the 'T'-junction at Sprys Shop, turn right. Continue on this and after about 1/3rd of a mile take the left hand turning signed Halwill. Stay on this road for about 1 mile and the entrance to the farmhouse will be found on the right hand side with a Bond Oxborough Phillips 'For Sale' notice clearly displayed.

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