Beaworthy, EX21 5BY
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Quoditch, Ashwater, Beaworthy, EX21 5BY

House and Land 5 Bedroom
EPC Rating: EPC
Offers over £1,150,000
Key Features
  • TRULY OUTSTANDING FAMILY HOME
  • DETACHED EDWARDIAN RESIDENCE
  • 5 BEDROOMS (2 EN-SUITE)
  • 2 RECEPTION ROOMS PLUS STUDY
  • APPROXIMATELY 40 ACRES
  • GOOD RANGE OF OUTBUILDINGS INCLUDING STABLING
  • PEACEFUL SMALL UNSPOILT HAMLET LOCATION
  • SUPERBLY APPOINTED
Property Description

Additional Information

A truly outstanding family home featuring a superbly appointed, 2 reception room plus study, 5 bedroom (2 en-suite), detached, Edwardian residence set in approximately 40 acres of pasture/ grazing land including a good range of outbuildings including stabling and large agricultural buildings with planning potential considered subject to gaining the necessary consents. All set in this most peaceful location nestled within this very small, unspoilt hamlet between Holsworthy and Okehampton. EPC=E

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES (all measurements are approximate):-    From the courtyard parking area, steps rise up to a painted oak "Stable" door with leaded glazed insert which leads to the:

ENTRANCE LOBBY    Oak flooring throughout. Double glazed skylight. Door to:

MAIN ENTRANCE HALL    Primary and secondary staircases rising to the First Floor, both with understairs cupboards. Solid oak floor throughout.

CLOAKROOM    Close coupled WC. Wash hand basin.

LIVING ROOM 16'10" x 16'10" (5.13m x 5.13m). A light and airy double aspect room with window to front, and French glazed double doors leading to the rear gardens.

DINING ROOM 17'7" x 12'7" (5.36m x 3.84m). Double aspect room with windows to front and side overlooking the gardens. Ample space for large dining table and chairs. Woodburning stove with slate hearth.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 19'1" x 13'10" (5.82m x 4.22m). A stunning room with attractive fitted kitchen comprising a contemporary range of "shaker" base units in painted hardwood with granite worksurfaces over. Large kitchen island providing further storage with granite worksurface over incorporating a inset stainless steel sink/drainer unit with mixer taps. Counter-top 4 ring ceramic hob. Oil fired "Heritage" 3 oven "Range style" cooker. Space for tall "American style" fridge/freezer.

STUDY 8' x 7' (2.44m x 2.13m). Fully fitted office with windows to front and side.

UTILITY ROOM 13'9" x 7'9" (4.2m x 2.36m). Base and wall units with worksurfaces over, incorporating a stainless steel single sink/drainer unit with mixer taps. Recess and plumbing for washing machine. Original stone fireplace. Cloaks cupboard.

BOOT ROOM 11'5" x 5'9" (3.48m x 1.75m). Floor mounted oil fired "Grant" central heating boiler. Space for tall fridge/freezer, and tumble dryer. Window and door to rear. Window to side.

SPACIOUS FIRST FLOOR LANDING    Reached via an attractive turning period main staircase from the Hall, and also a secondary staircase with window overlooking the garden to countryside beyond.

BEDROOM 1 11'10" x 10'11" (3.6m x 3.33m). Spacious master bedroom with window to side. Door to:

EN-SUITE 7'9" x 2'5" (2.36m x 0.74m). Enclosed shower cubicle with electric power shower. Close coupled WC. Wash hand basin.

BEDROOM 2 16'10" x 8'4" (5.13m x 2.54m). A generous sized double bedroom with window to side.

BEDROOM 3 16'10" x 8' (5.13m x 2.44m). Double bedroom with window to side.

BEDROOM 4 11'4" x 9'4" (3.45m x 2.84m). A spacious double bedroom with window to front affording superb countryside views. Door to:

EN-SUITE - 8'4" x 3'10" (2.54m x 1.17m). Enclosed shower cubicle with power shower. Close coupled WC. Wash hand basin.

BEDROOM 5 12' x 10'11" (3.66m x 3.33m). A double bedroom with window to side enjoying stunning countryside views. Fitted wardrobes.

FAMILY BATHROOM 11'11" x 9'9" (3.63m x 2.97m). A superbly presented bathroom suite comprising enclosed panelled bath. Enclosed shower cubicle with power shower connected. Close coupled WC. Wash hand basin. Window to front. Large linen cupboard.

OUTSIDE    The main drive is approached through a pair of twin timber entrance gates over a cattle grid from the quiet parish road onto an extensive stone laid courtyard/parking area. From here there is access to the farmhouse, triple carport, and the gardens.

TRIPLE OPEN FRONTED CARPORT 28'11" x 14'8" (8.81m x 4.47m). A most attractive and traditional timber building with a slate roof in a traditional style with 3 bays.

THE GARDENS    The gardens are a particularly delight and feature, having been superbly maintained with expansive lawns, established flower/shrub beds, raised stone walls, and mature trees. Granite steps, together with an attractive stone chipped terrace, adjoin the house. A pedestrian gate gives access to a small paddock which is well stock proofed and being approximately 0.4 acres.

THE LAND    The land measures approximately 40 acres in total and is arranged over 5 paddocks, all enjoying stunning views of the surrounding countryside, and being pasture/grazing land with a mixture of Devon hedging and stock proof fencing. An internal lane (and public footpath) give access to 2 of the fields, which can also be accessed off the parish road via a set of twin timber gates leading through the property. A separate roadside paddock can also be accessed separately off the parish road via a 5 bar metal gate.

THE OUTBUILDINGS

TIMBER STABLE & YARD    with 4 LOOSE BOXES measuring 11'11 x 11'6 (3.63m x 3.50m) each with an enclosed turnout yard, and access to the:

AGRICULTURAL OUTBUILDINGS    The larger of the 2 Agricultural Outbuildings measures 99'1 x 48'2 (30.20m x 14.68m) and is a fantastic building with power and light connected. A First Floor MEZZANINE LEVEL has been installed and the building has been completely insulated previously.

LEAN-TO SHED 77'4" x 38'9" (23.57m x 11.8m). Currently comprising 4 LOOSE BOXES and a TACK ROOM with a hardstanding Winter turnout area and HAY STORE. Light, power, and water connected.

SERVICES    Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.

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

EPC RATING    Rating E.

PLANNING POTENTIAL    It is thought that there is planning potential considered on the larger of the 2 agricultural buildings, potentially for Class Q conversion subject to gaining the necessary planning consents.



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 and follow this road for 2.3 miles towards Broadwoodwidger until reaching Cross Lanes. Here turn left signed Quoditch/Halwill, and after 1.3 miles the property will be found on the right hand side with a nameplate clearly displayed.

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