Pleasantly nestled in the North Devon Countryside a short distance from the market village of Langtree and the bustling yet traditional Historic town of Great Torrington is Watertown Farm. Set just down the hill a little under half a mile from the heart of the village of Langtree at the edge of a copse you will find the old farming yard where the house and former barns (now residential dwellings) stand. The pretty stone built house is a real chocolate box picture of a place which doesn?t disappoint as you explore further within. Before we do that though I would like to draw your attention to the myriad of delights on offer as you move up in elevation to the far reaches of the pasture land. From here you find yourself immediately transported to your happy place as you enjoy the panoramic countryside views across the rolling North Devon countryside before following a wooded path across a wooden bridge to your very own fishing and boating lake. This in its self is a real delight and sanctuary for you and your family let alone the wildlife and exotic forna. There is a boating jetty, two well planted islands and as the vendor informs us stocked with different varieties of fish including carp and golden orfe. All told there is a little under 6.5 acres to explore and enjoy.
The double fronted cottage is approached by a stone pathway leading up to the front door. The large living room in excess of 26' in length has a fireplace at either end with a log burning stove in one of them. Moving up into the inner hall the property flows one way into a well-appointed country kitchen and the other into a pretty sitting room enjoying views of the garden. A cloak and utility room completes the tour of the ground floor. On the first floor the spacious landing leads into the four bedrooms, three of which are doubles and the luxury bathroom, complete with its very own spa bath, ideal for unwinding with a glass of your favourite tipple. Outside there are further benefits on tap including ample off road parking for several vehicles, two double garages and some fantastic countryside walks through the Devon Lanes.
There is also potential (subject to the relevant permissions) to convert some of the garaging to an annex for grandma or even the possibility of a holiday let to generate an income. This is a real opportunity to get away from it all and enjoy life the way it was meant to be.
From Torrington take the A386 (New Street) towards Bideford and upon leaving the town turn left onto the B3227 signposted Langtree/Holsworthy. Stay on this road and upon entering Langtree Village, turn left at the Dragon public house and continue down the hill past Westbridge on your right and bearing right at Watertown Cross. Continue around the right hand bend over a stone bridge and turn right through stone pillars into the courtyard where Watertown Farm can be found.