Milton Damerel, Holsworthy, EX22 7NZ

House and Land 5 Bedroom
EPC Rating: EPC
Sale agreed £600,000
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At the heart of this incredibly versatile 4.78 acre small holding is most spacious and attractive 2 reception room, 5 bedroom, south facing farmhouse with stylish veranda overlooking glorious gardens which include an orchard, pocket of woodland. There are gently sloping meadows, purpose built insulated workshop and traditional stone/brick barn with conversion potential along with a huge amount of parking and breathtaking views to Dartmoor. Conveniently positioned within easy reach of Holsworthy, Bideford or Great Torrington. EPC=E.

THIS ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES (all measurements are approximate):-    PVCu double glazed door leading to:

ENTRANCE HALL    Original patterned tiled floor. Stairs with pine "Newel posts" and hand rail rising to first floor.

SITTING ROOM 15'5" (4.7m) into bay window x 11'3" (3.43m). Oak floor. Lovely south facing bay window with French doors opening onto the veranda with a great aspect over the garden. Attractive polished granite fireplace with ash surround and mantle housing a cast iron fireplace.

OPEN PLAN LOUNGE/DINER Maximum measurements 27' (8.23m) into bay windows by 12'4" (3.76m). This large light and airy reception room is double aspect with French doors to the front. Oak floor. Eye catching fireplace with tiled hearth housing a "HWAM" circular stove. Bread oven with original local Bideford made metal door and oak mantle shelf.

REAR HALL 6'2" x 5'2" (1.88m x 1.57m). Tiled floor. Walk-in understairs shelved cupboard.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 11'3" (max) x 11' (3.43m (max) x 3.35m). Tiled floor. Double aspect windows with a particularly lovely outlook from the side over the land to surrounding countryside. Plenty of worksurfaces with matching base and wall units. Stainless steel 1 1/4 bowl sink. Plumbing for washing machine. Space for fridge/freezer. Integral "Bosch" double stainless steel oven. 5 ring LPG "Bosch" hob with matching splashback and extractor. Directional spotlights. The kitchen benefits from planning permission, if required, to extend and include a conservatory which can be linked to the original barn to form a large utility room. Planning permission for Utility and 2nd Bathroom.

PITCHED REAR PORCH    Local brick floor. Courtesy light.

GALLERIED FIRST FLOOR LANDING    Feature arched window with stained glass inserts. "Open tread" pine staircase with vaulted ceiling and double glazed velux window flooding the area with natual light rises to the 2 loft bedrooms.

BEDROOM 1 12' x 10'6" (3.66m x 3.2m). Oak floor. Window with wonderful outlook over the garden to surrounding countryside.

BEDROOM 2 11'8" x 10'3" (3.56m x 3.12m). Oak floor. Window with super outlook to the surrounding countryside.

BEDROOM 3 11' x 10'9" (3.35m x 3.28m). Oak floor. Fitted airing/linen cupboard with radiator.

FAMILY BATH/SHOWER ROOM 10'8" x 10'8" (3.25m x 3.25m). Tiled floor. Opaque window to rear. Multi rung radiator/towel rail. 3 piece white suite including a roll edge bath standing on ball and claw feet. Large tiled shower recess with shower unit.

The large loft space has been superbly converted to offer 2 further very adaptable bedrooms.

LOFT BEDROOM 1 L-shaped Maximum Measurements 17'5" (5.3m) x 10' (3.05m). 3 Velux windows with superb outlooks to the surrounding countryside. Illuminated recesses. Access to under eaves storage. Fitted shelves. Pine floor.

LOFT BEDROOM 2 10'8" (3.25m) (max) into recess x 19' (5.8m). Laminate wood floor. Velux window with great outlook stretching across the countryside to Dartmoor. Access to under eaves storage. Both loft rooms have angled ceilings but still retain an exceptionally good height at a maximum of 7'6" (5.8m).

OUTSIDE    To the rear of the house 2 gates give an in/out access. From one gate a stone track continues to an extensive hardcore parking area. Well stocked shrub beds. To the rear and side of the house is an:

TRADITIONAL STONE/BRICK BUILT BARN    Under a GI roof which in years gone by had been approved for conversion into a holiday let and subject to consents still offers great potential for this. it currently comprises a:

STORE ROOM Some 16' x 15' (Some 4.88m x 4.57m). With sliding doors to the front. Cloakroom with low level WC and wash hand basin as well as a boiler room with pressurised hot water cylinder.

The remaining barn is some 22' x 15' (6.7m x 4.57m). Concrete floors, it is currently divided into 4 sections which interestingly includes the old shippon area with stalls still intact. At the northern end of the single storey section is an old 2 storey part of the barn some 12' x 11' (3.66m x 3.35m) under a dilapidated slate roof. Wrapping around 2 sides of this outbuilding are:

EXTENSIVE LEAN-TO'S    Of timber/gi construction which currently provide useful storage for logs/timber.

PURPOSE BUILT DETACHED WORKSHOP 20' x 20' (6.1m x 6.1m). Of profile/timber cladding. Well insulated and forming a perfect workshop/hobby space. Adjoining this is an open fronted section with potential for a garage if required. To one side of this workshop is a large expansive lawn with tree topped hedges.

THE LAND    The main meadow runs to the east of the house and has the gentlest of slopes. It is bordered on its perimeter by tree topped hedges and currently divided into 3 sections by post and wire fencing with mown grass footpaths and contains a glorious selection of wild flowers. One corner of the land has been planted with a nice selection of trees giving a "Park Land" ambience to this area.

THE GARDENS    To the front of the house runs a very stylish glass veranda which includes 4 oak posts close to the house. It enjoys a lovely aspect over a recently installed and very expansive paved terrace complete with ornamental pond and fountain perfect for "Al fresco" dining and entertaining. From here the garden comprises an incredibly productive kitchen garden with raised beds and interwinding paths. Potting shed. Hen house, 2 greenhouses. Soft fruit including blueberries. Completing the garden area is a very pleasant pocket of woodland comprising mainly deciduous trees in which there is a hen house and some very happy hens roaming amongst the trees.

SERVICES    Mains water and electricity. Private drainage.

COUNCIL BAND    Band 'D' (please note this council band may be subject to reassessment).

EPC RATING    Rating E


From Holsworthy proceed on the A388 Bideford road for about 9 miles and upon reaching "Whitebear Cross" turn right and the property will be found after about 200 yards on the left hand side with a Bond Oxborough Phillips "For Sale" notice clearly displayed.

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