There are a number of reasons one would wish to purchase this home. Not least of which are the stunning views, the privacy the home offers having no obvious neighbouring properties, the clever mix of accommodation with the bedrooms and shower rooms located on both floors, the large detached double garage/workshop
(which subject to planning could make a superb holiday let or annex), the abundance of parking, the particularly nice kitchen with island, its proximity to the coast and town, and last, but not least, its generous plot of approximately ¾ acre.
The home is set along a quiet lane and was built approximately 10 years ago. The residence features large accommodation throughout. On the ground floor, there is a shower room, a large kitchen with island, a utility room and spacious hallway; a large double bedroom, study, sitting room, dining room and conservatory overlooking the gardens and below this, a useful cellar/store. On the first floor, a large landing leads to the master guest suite with ensuite bathroom and adjoining dressing room. The dressing room is also accessed from the landing and could make a single room or nursery. There is another large double room with ensuite shower room and a smaller study/office. Given the flexibility of the accommodation, there is opportunity for income via Bed and Breakfast or similar, as well as comfortable dual occupancy without the need for separate annex, or simply a home for just yourselves with enough room to entertain the family at Christmas and holidays. The current owners built the double garage/workshop, the main working area measures in excess of 27ft (8.2 m) in length by 20ft (6m) width. Behind this is a useful wash area with direct access outside. Open stairs in the main area lead to the storage above which is fully boarded and is full height centrally. Whilst not the current owners intention, it is my opinion that there is opportunity
(subject to the necessary planning consents) to adapt the building to create an annex for family or perhaps a holiday let to provide income. Further storage is in the under-croft, situated under the terrace and used to house garden machinery. At some 10m x 3m (30' x 9.8' aprox.)it could suit a number of uses.
This modern home is very well insulated and has been extremely well thought through. The rooms are big, the setting mature and the views superb.
Leaving Torrington on the Barnstaple road (B3232), continue to Huntshaw mast and turn left at the small crossroads just past Auto-Mo-Beels workshop. Continue to the T junction and turn left. At Knockworthy Cross, turn right signposted Huntshaw 1/2 mile. Proceed past the church and the large farmhouse on your right and taking the next left turning. Continue where the property will be found on your right side and nameplate clearly displayed.