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4 bed detached House

4 bedroom farm/estate for sale in Meeth, Okehampton, Devon, EX20

listed on 2021-05-11  Knight Frank   

A little more about the property Manor Farm is a rare property in the farm market, it can truly be described as immaculate throughout. It was bought by the current owners in 2011 when they embarked on constructing, developing and improving the farm to what it is today. The previous farmhouse was demolished and replaced with the current property that has been built to the highest of specifications and comfort. Eight new steel framed buildings were designed and constructed to exacting detail and flow perfectly together offering vast space to suit varying enterprises. The farm has been re-fenced creating a paddock grazing system, a new hard-core road system has been installed throughout along with significant tree and hedge planting. The farm was previously all in arable having grown maize, wheat, barley and root crops but the current owners have concentrated on breeding pedigree sheep, cattle and Clydesdale horses so the land is currently dedicated to providing high quality grassland. Additional productive land and mature woodland with river frontage available separately. Property type Farm/Estate Floor area 4,585 sqft Land 174.72 acres (70.71 hectares) Tenure Freehold EPC Charts (2) Amenities 4 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 4 Reception Rooms 174.72 acres / 70.71 hectares Modern Outbuildings Equestrian Rural Shoot / Sporting Stabling Private Parking Standalone Lake View Woodland Farm House

Primary schools


  • Glendale Road, Okehampton, EX20 1JB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fort Road, Okehampton, EX20 1GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

Land

174.72 acres, Meeth, Okehampton, EX20, Devon - UKLandandFarms.co.uk

listed on 2021-05-12  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

174.72 acres, Meeth, Okehampton, EX20, Devon For Sale - Guide Price £3,500,000 4 bedrooms 4 reception rooms 3 bathrooms 174.72 acres Modern Outbuildings Equestrian Rural Shoot / Sporting Stabling Manor Farm is a rare property in the farm market, it can truly be described as immaculate throughout. It was bought by the current owners in 2011 when they embarked on constructing, developing and improving the farm to what it is today. The previous farmhouse was demolished and replaced with the current property that has been built to the highest of specifications and comfort. Eight new steel framed buildings were designed and constructed to exacting detail and flow perfectly together offering vast space to suit varying enterprises. The farm has been re-fenced creating a paddock grazing system, a new hard-core road system has been installed throughout along with significant tree and hedge planting. The farm was previously all in arable having grown maize, wheat, barley and root crops but the current owners have concentrated on breeding pedigree sheep, cattle and Clydesdale horses so the land is currently dedicated to providing high quality grassland. Additional productive land and mature woodland with river frontage available separately. Situated to the north of Dartmoor National Park, within easy driving distance of Okehampton and Exeter, the Farm is close by the small hamlet of Meeth with a lovely pub and just to the south is the popular village of Hatherleigh with many of the day to day amenities. The market town of Okehampton is about 10 miles to the south and offers a more extensive range of amenities including schools, shops and leisure facilities. The A30 dual carriageway is close by and provides quick links to the cathedral City of Exeter and the M5 beyond and Launceston to the west which offers a range of shopping and recreational facilities. Exeter is approximately 33 miles away and includes the university as well as excellent shopping and restaurants. Trains to London Paddington take from about 2 hours 5 minutes and Exeter International Airport provides a very good range of flights to both UK and European destinations. The surrounding area provides an array of good schools and there is a local primary scho

Primary schools


  • Glendale Road, Okehampton, EX20 1JB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fort Road, Okehampton, EX20 1GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

4 bed detached House

4 bedroom house for sale in Dolton, Winkleigh, Devon, EX19

listed on 2021-03-30  Knight Frank   

A little more about the property Once the home of the renowned photographer James Ravilious (1939 – 1999), who specialised in recording the rural life of north Devon, it is easy to see how he drew so much of his inspiration from where he lived. Addisford is Grade II listed and was originally a modest thatched cottage dating from the 17th century, which has been refurbished and sympathetically extended in recent years to create a charming and characterful family home in a beautiful and extremely private and tranquil location. The property is south-facing and is surrounded by approximately 11 acres of cottage garden, water meadow, pasture and ancient woodland, with two tributaries to the River Torridge flowing through the grounds. The cottage is built of pale pink painted render under a thatched roof, with recent two-storey extensions to the rear and one side, designed by award winning Devon architect David Treadaway. Internally the accommodation is focused on the large, primarily oak-framed kitchen/living room, well lit by natural light and having bi-fold doors that enable one side to be fully opened out to the terrace. There are separate lounge and dining areas in this room, a walk in larder, and the recently installed kitchen has a large central island and comprehensive range of electrical appliances. Also on the ground floor in the older part of the house are the snug with inglenook fireplace, a double bedroom with en-suite shower room, the family bathroom and the second kitchen / boot room, with extensive boarded loft storage space above. In the older part of the house on the first floor and accessed by either the original 17th Century oak staircase or a new oak staircase, are the principal bedroom and en-suite shower room, both with magnificent vaulted ceilings, and a further double bedroom, which currently serves as an en-suite dressing room to the principal bedroom. Above the new kitchen/living room extension and accessed by another staircase is a further double bedroom and en-suite bathroom. The cottage is approached over a beautifully cobbled shallow ford before continuing along a 100-yard drive to two large parking areas above and to one side of it. It overlooks a mature cottage garden further connected by pathways and footbridges to a floral bog garden incorporating a large pond fed by a gently flowing rill, and a small waterfall, all overlooked by a timber-built office/studio. Traversing the bog garden are Japanese-style walkways of raised oak beams that connect via a footbridge across the stream to three inter-linked, one-acre water meadows, one of which is a beautiful flower meadow throughout summer. Crossing the grounds are two pretty tributaries that flow onward toward the River Torridge after passing through the three acres of Addisford’s ancient woodland, which is extensively carpeted with snowdrops, then wild garlic and bluebells, in the early part of the year. The land slopes up behind the cottage to a second car parking area beside a combined garage and pool house built into the hillside and incorporating garaging for four cars and a heated ‘Endless Pool’ with changing facilities. An extension of the drive leads onward to a substantial timber barn. Extending above and back from the garage/pool house is four-acre paddock, part enclosed by post and rail fencing. In all the garden and grounds amount to approximately 11 acres. Property type House Floor area 2,627 sqft Land 11 acres (4.45 hectares) Tenure Freehold Amenities 4 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 2 Reception Rooms 11 acres / 4.45 hectares Outbuildings Period Detached Garden Rural Private Parking

Primary schools


This is a new academy which opened on 01/10/2018.
  • The Square, Winkleigh, EX19 8QF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

This school closed on 30/09/2018.
  • The Square, Winkleigh, EX19 8QF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

4 bed detached House with land

11 acres, Dolton, Winkleigh, EX19, Devon - UKLandandFarms.co.uk

listed on 2021-03-31  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

11 acres, Dolton, Winkleigh, EX19, Devon For Sale - Guide Price £1,750,000 4 bedrooms 2 reception rooms 4 bathrooms 11.00 acres Outbuildings Period Detached Garden Rural Private Parking Once the home of the renowned photographer James Ravilious (1939 - 1999), who specialised in recording the rural life of north Devon, it is easy to see how he drew so much of his inspiration from where he lived. Addisford is Grade II listed and was originally a modest thatched cottage dating from the 17th century, which has been refurbished and sympathetically extended in recent years to create a charming and characterful family home in a beautiful and extremely private and tranquil location. The property is south-facing and is surrounded by approximately 11 acres of cottage garden, water meadow, pasture and ancient woodland, with two tributaries to the River Torridge flowing through the grounds. The cottage is built of pale pink painted render under a thatched roof, with recent two-storey extensions to the rear and one side, designed by award winning Devon architect David Treadaway. Internally the accommodation is focused on the large, primarily oak-framed kitchen/living room, well lit by natural light and having bi-fold doors that enable one side to be fully opened out to the terrace. There are separate lounge and dining areas in this room, a walk in larder, and the recently installed kitchen has a large central island and comprehensive range of electrical appliances. Also on the ground floor in the older part of the house are the snug with inglenook fireplace, a double bedroom with en-suite shower room, the family bathroom and the second kitchen / boot room, with extensive boarded loft storage space above. In the older part of the house on the first floor and accessed by either the original 17th Century oak staircase or a new oak staircase, are the principal bedroom and en-suite shower room, both with magnificent vaulted ceilings, and a further double bedroom, which currently serves as an en-suite dressing room to the principal bedroom. Above the new kitchen/living room extension and accessed by another staircase is a further double bedroom and en-suite bathroom. The cottage is approached over a beautifully cobbled shallow ford before continuing along a 100-yard drive to two large parking areas above and to one side of it. It overlooks a mature cottage garden further connected by pathways and footbridges to a floral bog garden incorporating a large pond fed by a gently flowing rill, and a small waterfall, all overlooked by a timber-built office/studio. Traversing the bog garden are Japanese-style walkways of raised oak beams that connect via a footbridge across the stream to three inter-linked, one-acre water meadows, one of which is a beautiful flower meadow throughout summer. Crossing the grounds are two pretty tributaries that flow onward toward the River Torridge after passing through the three acres of Addisford's ancient woodland, which is extensively carpeted with snowdrops, then wild garlic and bluebells, in the early part of the year. The land slopes up behind the cottage to a second car parking area beside a combined garage and pool house built into the hillside and incorporating garaging for four cars and a heated 'Endless Pool' with changing facilities. An extension of the drive leads onward to a substantial timber barn. Extending above and back from the garage/pool house is four-acre paddock, part enclosed by post and rail fencing. In all the garden and grounds amount to approximately 11 acres. Dolton 0.5 mile, Hatherleigh 6.9 miles, Great Torrington 7.8 miles, A30 15.8 miles, A361 16.9 miles, Crediton station 22 miles (Paddington 2 hours 40 minutes), Exeter city centre 29.4 miles, Exeter Airport 34.7 miles (London City Airport 1 hour) (Distances and times approximate)

Primary schools


This is a new academy which opened on 01/10/2018.
  • The Square, Winkleigh, EX19 8QF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

This school closed on 30/09/2018.
  • The Square, Winkleigh, EX19 8QF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

11 bed detached House

Burrow Farm, Zeal Monachorum

Includes THREE HOLIDAY COTTAGES! This beautiful 1847 built detached farmhouse offers spacious accommodation & is set in 9 ACRES with fantastic rural views, it provides a great income via the holiday lets, as well as a stable/field shelter, paddocks, an apple orchard with 100+ trees & a fishing lake. Includes THREE HOLIDAY COTTAGES! This beautiful 1847 built detached farmhouse offers spacious accommodation & is set in 9 ACRES with fantastic rural views, it provides a great income via the holiday lets, as well as a stable/field shelter, paddocks, an apple orchard with 100+ trees & a fishing lake. Includes THREE HOLIDAY COTTAGES! This beautiful 1847 built detached farmhouse offers spacious accommodation & is set in 9 ACRES with fantastic rural views, it provides a great income via the holiday lets, as well as a stable/field shelter, paddocks, an apple orchard with 100+ trees & a fishing lake. Burrow Farm is a beautiful stone-built detached house which dates back to 1847, it is found in a lovely rural position and includes 9 acres in total, with fantastic views in nearly every direction, it is set off a quiet country lane, but with easy access Bow (1 mile) & North Tawton (2.5 miles). The spacious and superbly presented accommodation extends to 244sqm / 2,627sqft and includes four double bedrooms, served by a shower room & a beautiful bathroom with a freestanding four clawed roll top bath as the centrepiece, plus LED uplighters & downlighters and his & her sinks. Two staircases would enable two families to live side-by-side with just a shared kitchen if desired, but is currently setup to flow as a large family home at present. Downstairs we have a living room with wood-burning stove, a dining room with an open-fire, plus a stunning farmhouse kitchen breakfast room with a centre island, slate floor tiles & granite worktops, oil-fired Aga, Neff induction hob, twin oven, coffee machine, microwave & Miele washing machine & tumble drier all integrated. Separately there is a utility room with downstairs WC, two studies side-by-side and a rear reception room. The house is unlisted and includes oil-fired central heating & double glazing throughout, plus solar PV panels which are owned outright & received index linked payments via the feed-in tariff. OUTSIDE : The house has masses of off-road parking, the fenced main garden measures 31m x 23m, it is largely level & lawned and is surrounded by its own land, there is also a hard standing & power for a hot-tub. There is also a kitchen garden (34m x 23m) with fruit trees & veg beds already in place. The workshop/store outbuilding is lockable and has power. EQUESTRIAN: The paddocks are used for horses at present, they have mains water troughs with a field shelter/stable and a loosebox in place too. To the bottom is an extensive orchard of primarily cider & culinary apples, a large lake (registered fishery, but with limited access at present) with scope to generate more income from coarse fishing, perhaps linked to the… HOLIDAY COTTAGES : The holiday cottages include one 3 bed and two 2 bed self-contained cottages (3 in total) – ‘The Old Stable’ is all on one level and is attached to the main house and could be integrated into the main home as an annexe if desired, it has a lovely garden and hot-tub in place. All have their own gardens, open-plan living, dining & kitchen areas and rural views down towards the lake, they are fully furnished and can be left that way for an acceptable offer. Please see the floorplans for room sizes. Current Council Tax: TBC Utilities: Mains electric, water, telephone & broadband, plus modern oil tank Fastest broadband speed within this postcode: Up to 26Mbps Drainage: Private drainage Heating: Oil-fired central heating Listed: No Tenure: Freehold Directions: Use Post Code EX17 6LW From the Co-Op store & post office at Bow, take the turning opposite into Burston Lane, follow this along, turning left onto Burrow Lane (signed North Tawton) and the property will be found 0.5 miles up on your right. What3words : nightcap.vines.abstracts ZEAL MONACHORUM is situated 8 miles northwest of Crediton, hidden within vast and tumultuous farmlands. Its name is of Latin origin ‘Cella Monachorum’– meaning ‘Cell of the Monks’. Like many Devon villages Zeal is home to a number of period properties, and buildings that have a strict conservation status – preserving the traditional beauty expected from rural settlements. Its church is old (understatement) (1235, late Saxon) and in its yard is a yew tree rumoured to have experienced a 1000 birthdays or more (not that anyone celebrates). The village is also known for having the most family friendly inn around, ‘The Waie Inn’ – offering great food & drink, both outdoor and indoor children’s play areas, a heated swimming pool, skittle alley, large function rooms (for weddings, parties etc), an astro turf pitch, squash courts, fishing lake and B&B rooms. BOW is a hilltop village on the River Yeo. It sits at the edge of an expansive, wild piece of country, bordered by wind-swept fields of wheat, shadowed by Dartmoor in the distance. It shares a church and common history with the nearby hamlet of Nymet Tracey. ‘Nymet’ means Sacred Grove in Celtic and to the west of Bow is a 3rdmillennium BC woodhenge, once a place of spiritual significance for Pagan worshippers in the area. Modern Bow is a peaceful, family-friendly village with a rustic country pub, a popular primary school and a Cooperative mini supermarket – an idyllic country escape. Covid-19 Update Our team are working from their homes to help stop the spread of this awful virus.   We’re on the phone, email, and Facebook Messenger too – and we’d love to hear from you!   If you’re interested to view a property, please still get in touch – that way we can register your interest and let you know as soon as viewings are back to normal again.   We have 3d tours and video tours posted in our Facebook group Helmores Property Premiere so be sure to join the group so you don’t miss out any property updates.   Our valuers are ready and waiting to give you advice over the phone – we have many many years experience and can give you a good idea of price without seeing your property.   For current sales going through, our sales progressor Jonathan is flat out keeping current property sales running as smoothly as possible. If you have any concerns or questions get in touch.   As an independent local business, we’re doing all we can to help people in Crediton get through these challenging times, and we will get through this together – please stay safe. Burrow Farm is a beautiful stone-built detached house which dates back to 1847, it is found in a lovely rural position and includes 9 acres in total, with fantastic views in nearly every direction, it is set off a quiet country lane, but with easy access Bow (1 mile) & North Tawton (2.5 miles). The spacious and superbly presented accommodation extends to 244sqm / 2,627sqft and includes four double bedrooms, served by a shower room & a beautiful bathroom with a freestanding four clawed roll top bath as the centrepiece, plus LED uplighters & downlighters and his & her sinks. Two staircases would enable two families to live side-by-side with just a shared kitchen if desired, but is currently setup to flow as a large family home at present. Downstairs we have a living room with wood-burning stove, a dining room with an open-fire, plus a stunning farmhouse kitchen breakfast room with a centre island, slate floor tiles & granite worktops, oil-fired Aga, Neff induction hob, twin oven, coffee machine, microwave & Miele washing machine & tumble drier all integrated. Separately there is a utility room with downstairs WC, two studies side-by-side and a rear reception room. The house is unlisted and includes oil-fired central heating & double glazing throughout, plus solar PV panels which are owned outright & received index linked payments via the feed-in tariff. OUTSIDE : The house has masses of off-road parking, the fenced main garden measures 31m x 23m, it is largely level & lawned and is surrounded by its own land, there is also a hard standing & power for a hot-tub. There is also a kitchen garden (34m x 23m) with fruit trees & veg beds already in place. The workshop/store outbuilding is lockable and has power. EQUESTRIAN: The paddocks are used for horses at present, they have mains water troughs with a field shelter/stable and a loosebox in place too. To the bottom is an extensive orchard of primarily cider & culinary apples, a large lake (registered fishery, but with limited access at present) with scope to generate more income from coarse fishing, perhaps linked to the… HOLIDAY COTTAGES : The holiday cottages include one 3 bed and two 2 bed self-contained cottages (3 in total) – ‘The Old Stable’ is all on one level and is attached to the main house and could be integrated into the main home as an annexe if desired, it has a lovely garden and hot-tub in place. All have their own gardens, open-plan living, dining & kitchen areas and rural views down towards the lake, they are fully furnished and can be left that way for an acceptable offer. Please see the floorplans for room sizes. Current Council Tax: TBC Utilities: Mains electric, water, telephone & broadband, plus modern oil tank Fastest broadband speed within this postcode: Up to 26Mbps Drainage: Private drainage Heating: Oil-fired central heating Listed: No Tenure: Freehold Directions:  Use Post Code EX17 6LW From the Co-Op store & post office at Bow, take the turning opposite into Burston Lane, follow this along, turning left onto Burrow Lane (signed North Tawton) and the property will be found 0.5 miles up on your right. What3words : nightcap.vines.abstracts ZEAL MONACHORUM  is situated 8 miles northwest of Crediton, hidden within vast and tumultuous farmlands. Its name is of Latin origin ‘Cella Monachorum’– meaning ‘Cell of the Monks’. Like many Devon villages Zeal is home to a number of period properties, and buildings that have a strict conservation status – preserving the traditional beauty expected from rural settlements. Its church is old (understatement) (1235, late Saxon) and in its yard is a yew tree rumoured to have experienced a 1000 birthdays or more (not that anyone celebrates). The village is also known for having the most family friendly inn around, ‘The Waie Inn’ – offering great food & drink, both outdoor and indoor children’s play areas, a heated swimming pool, skittle alley, large function rooms (for weddings, parties etc), an astro turf pitch, squash courts, fishing lake and B&B rooms. BOW  is a hilltop village on the River Yeo. It sits at the edge of an expansive, wild piece of country, bordered by wind-swept fields of wheat, shadowed by Dartmoor in the distance. It shares a church and common history with the nearby hamlet of Nymet Tracey. ‘Nymet’ means Sacred Grove in Celtic and to the west of Bow is a 3rdmillennium BC woodhenge, once a place of spiritual significance for Pagan worshippers in the area. Modern Bow is a peaceful, family-friendly village with a rustic country pub, a popular primary school and a Cooperative mini supermarket – an idyllic country escape. Covid-19 Update   Our team are working from their homes to help stop the spread of this awful virus.   We’re on the phone, email, and Facebook Messenger too – and we’d love to hear from you!   If you’re interested to view a property, please still get in touch – that way we can register your interest and let you know as soon as viewings are back to normal again.   We have 3d tours and video tours posted in our Facebook group Helmores Property Premiere so be sure to join the group so you don’t miss out any property updates.   Our valuers are ready and waiting to give you advice over the phone – we have many many years experience and can give you a good idea of price without seeing your property.   For current sales going through, our sales progressor Jonathan is flat out keeping current property sales running as smoothly as possible. If you have any concerns or questions get in touch.   As an independent local business, we’re doing all we can to help people in Crediton get through these challenging times, and we will get through this together – please stay safe. Beautiful detached 1847 built farmhouse Lovely rural position, fantastic views & set in 9 acres Three holiday cottages providing great income Four bedrooms, three reception rooms & two studies Equestrian paddocks, stable/field shelter, 100 tree orchard and a fully stocked fishing lake Unlisted house with central heating and double glazing Scope to adapt holiday cottage to an attached annexe Beautiful gardens with hard standing for hot-tub Kitchen garden with workshop / store Solar PV panels with feed-in tarrif

Primary schools


  • Bewsley Hill, Crediton, EX17 5NX
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Requires Improvement Last inspection

  • Church Street, Crediton, EX17 6PJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Sandford, Crediton, EX17 4NE
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed detached House with land

Town: Exbourne

Stylish Three Bedroom Barn Conversion Bespoke Kitchen/ Dining Room By Chunky Monkey Office & Living Room Extra land Available by Separate Negotiation. Master En-Suite Shower Room & Family Bathroom Good Sized Gardens & Parking Peaceful Rural Setting Between Hatherleigh and Exbourne South Facing With Views To Dartmoor Utility Room / Shower Room Peacefully situated, stylishly presented converted barn set down set down a long track, There is a separate Building plot with planning permission granted for a modern contemporary detached bungalow and a further detached lodge ideal for annex or holiday let. Set within approximately five acres of parkland style pasture, situated in a quite rural setting close to the sought after village of Exbourne. The accommodation in brief comprises an inviting entrance hallway, triple aspect kitchen/ dining room with French windows leading out to the gardens and patio, living room with a wood burning stove, office area and a utility room/ shower room on the ground floor. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room and family bathroom. Outside there are delightful gardens to the side and rear of the property, enjoying views over the countryside. Set about three miles from the village of Exbourne which offers a parish church, public house, garage and well-regarded local Shop and Cafe. Hatherleigh is about two miles distant and offers a wide range of shops, a couple of pubs, doctor’s surgery, and sports clubs among other facilities. Extra land available by separate negotiation.

Primary schools


  • Glendale Road, Okehampton, EX20 1JB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fort Road, Okehampton, EX20 1GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

3 bed detached House

Stags | 3 bedroom property for sale in Wembworthy

listed on 2019-11-13  Stags   

Wembworthy Guide price £895,000 | 3 bedrooms | 66.6 acres Property features • Accessible Small Farm • 66.60 Acres (23.93 Hectares) • Detached Cottage with Three Bedrooms • Farm & Equestrian Buildings • Outdoor Riding Arena • Productive Grass Land • Adjoining the River Taw • Available as a Whole or in 2 Lots SITUATION Brushford Mill Cottage lies in an accessible rural location overlooking the Taw Valley on the edge of Brushford, a small hamlet in mid Devon. Local services are available at Winkleigh, which is about three miles to the west and has a primary school, post office, butchers, a small range of shops and two public houses. The market town of Crediton is about 12 miles from the farm and offers a wider range of amenities including a weekly farmers market, a leisure centre and indoor swimming pool. There is an excellent school, Queen Elizabeth Academy, which has its own sixth form. The city of Exeter is located about 20 miles to the south east from where there are mainline rail services to London Paddington, access to the M5 and Exeter International Airport. North Devon's regional centre Barnstaple lies to the north, near to which is the rugged north Devon coastline with its beautiful sandy beaches and walks. The farm is also well located for access to the national parks of Exmoor and Dartmoor. INTRODUCTION Brushford Mill Cottage is tucked away at the end of a private lane which is shared by only one other property. The farm is surrounded by beautiful mid Devon countryside and includes a cottage with potential to extend into an attached barn, a range of agricultural and equestrian buildings, an outdoor arena and level and sloping grass land with single bank fishing rights on the River Taw. There are stunning views towards Dartmoor from the land. Brushford Mill Cottage extends in total to approximately 66.60 acres (26.93 hectares) and is available as a whole or in two lots. INTRODUCTION Brushford Mill Cottage is tucked away at the end of a private lane which is shared by only one other property. The farm is surrounded by beautiful mid Devon countryside and includes a cottage with potential to extend into an attached barn, a range of agricultural and equestrian buildings, an outdoor arena and level and sloping grass land adjoining the River Taw. There are stunning views towards Dartmoor from the land. Brushford Mill Cottage extends in total to approximately 66.60 acres (26.93 hectares) and is available as a whole or in two lots. LOT 1 Brushford Mill Cottage, Farm & Equestrian Buildings and Land. 41.78 acres (16.90 hectares). BRUSHFORD MILL COTTAGE The cottage was converted and extended by the current owners and has a south-facing aspect. The walls are rendered under a tile roof with mostly upvc double glazed windows throughout. The ground floor accommodation includes an open plan living and dining room with glazed elevations in the dining area. The kitchen has an opening into the sitting room, a Rayburn and range cooker and a further reception room is currently used as an office and family room. The ground floor accommodation also includes a spacious gym, a utility room, boot room and cloakroom with a shower. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms and a bathroom. OUTSIDE There is an area of garden adjoining the cottage which is laid to lawn and overlooks the fields. THE BUILDINGS Modern Barn / Tractor Shed 24.04m x 11.28m Steel frame and timber roof. This building is attached to the cottage. Machinery store 15.83m x 13.85m Block pillars and earth floor, fibre cement and corrugated iron roof. Stone Barn (dilapidated) 5.77m x 6.08m Stables Three stables (4.54m x 4.54m each) plus open storage area (4.54m x 4.54m). Nissen Hut Clad with corrugated iron sheets. Outdoor Arena Adjacent to the stable block there is an outdoor arena which is fully enclosed. LAND The land within LOT 1 includes a level meadow adjoining the River Taw and two sloping pasture fields above, on the higher side of the former leat. These fields have a south-facing aspect and stunning views towards Dartmoor. LOT 2 LOT 2: RIVER MEADOWS. 24.82 ACRES (10.03 HECTARES) LOT 2 comprises two level meadows adjoining the River Taw (single bank fishing rights included). These meadows have been used for mowing and grazing and have direct access on to a council-maintained road. GENERAL REMARKS SERVICES LOT 1: Private water (well supply with UV filter), mains electricity, and private drainage (septic tank). LOT 2: Natural water from the river. TENURE Brushford Mill Cottage is owned freehold and is available with vacant possession on completion. ACCESS The entrance lane is included in the freehold. The neighbouring property (Brushford Mill) will have a right of access over this lane subject to contributing towards maintenance. LOCAL AUTHORITY Mid Devon District Council, Phoenix House, Phoenix Lane, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 6PP. Tel: 01884 255255. BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME (BPS) The farm land is registered for entitlements under the BPS. The current scheme year's payment is reserved from the sale. LAND MANAGEMENT The farm is not within any stewardship or land management schemes. DESIGNATIONS The farm is within a Eutrophic Nitrate Vulnerable Zone (NVZ). SPORTING AND MINERAL RIGHTS LOT 1: The fishing and sporting rights within LOT 1 are not included. LOT 2: We are informed that the sporting and fishing rights are included with LOT 2. FIXTURES AND FITTINGS All fixtures and fittings, unless specifically referred to within these particulars, are expressly excluded from the sale of the freehold. WAYLEAVES, RIGHTS OF WAY ETC. The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any wayleave agreements and any public or private rights of way or bridleways etc. PLANS AND BOUNDARY FENCES A plan, which is not to scale and is not to be relied upon, is attached to these particulars. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to its accuracy. VIEWING Strictly by prior appointment with Stags. Please call 01392 680059 to arrange an appointment. DIRECTIONS From Crediton, proceed north on the A377. Continue through the village of Copplestone and upon reaching Morchard Road, turn left onto the B3220 towards Winkleigh. After about 5.3 miles, at Taw Bridge Cross, turn right towards Brushford and continue for approximately 500 yards where the entrance lane to the farm will be found on the right. Turn into the lane, and where the lane forks, proceed to the right and continue to Brushford Mill Cottage. WARNING Farms can be dangerous places. Please take care when viewing the property, particularly in the vicinity of the farm buildings. DISCLAIMER These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.   Read more

Primary schools


  • Beacon Road, Chulmleigh, EX18 7AA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Requires Improvement Last inspection

Secondary schools


  • Beacon Road, Chulmleigh, EX18 7AA
  • Secondary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed detached House

Stags | 3 bedroom property for sale in Wembworthy

listed on 2019-11-13  Stags   

Wembworthy Guide price £895,000 | 3 bedrooms | 66.6 acres Property features • Accessible Small Farm • 66.60 Acres (23.93 Hectares) • Detached Cottage with Three Bedrooms • Farm & Equestrian Buildings • Outdoor Riding Arena • Productive Grass Land • Adjoining the River Taw • Available as a Whole or in 2 Lots SITUATION Brushford Mill Cottage lies in an accessible rural location overlooking the Taw Valley on the edge of Brushford, a small hamlet in mid Devon. Local services are available at Winkleigh, which is about three miles to the west and has a primary school, post office, butchers, a small range of shops and two public houses. The market town of Crediton is about 12 miles from the farm and offers a wider range of amenities including a weekly farmers market, a leisure centre and indoor swimming pool. There is an excellent school, Queen Elizabeth Academy, which has its own sixth form. The city of Exeter is located about 20 miles to the south east from where there are mainline rail services to London Paddington, access to the M5 and Exeter International Airport. North Devon's regional centre Barnstaple lies to the north, near to which is the rugged north Devon coastline with its beautiful sandy beaches and walks. The farm is also well located for access to the national parks of Exmoor and Dartmoor. INTRODUCTION Brushford Mill Cottage is tucked away at the end of a private lane which is shared by only one other property. The farm is surrounded by beautiful mid Devon countryside and includes a cottage with potential to extend into an attached barn, a range of agricultural and equestrian buildings, an outdoor arena and level and sloping grass land with single bank fishing rights on the River Taw. There are stunning views towards Dartmoor from the land. Brushford Mill Cottage extends in total to approximately 66.60 acres (26.93 hectares) and is available as a whole or in two lots. INTRODUCTION Brushford Mill Cottage is tucked away at the end of a private lane which is shared by only one other property. The farm is surrounded by beautiful mid Devon countryside and includes a cottage with potential to extend into an attached barn, a range of agricultural and equestrian buildings, an outdoor arena and level and sloping grass land with single bank fishing rights on the River Taw. There are stunning views towards Dartmoor from the land. Brushford Mill Cottage extends in total to approximately 66.60 acres (26.93 hectares) and is available as a whole or in two lots. LOT 1 Brushford Mill Cottage, Farm & Equestrian Buildings and Land. 41.78 acres (16.90 hectares). BRUSHFORD MILL COTTAGE The cottage was converted and extended by the current owners and has a south-facing aspect. The walls are rendered under a tile roof with mostly upvc double glazed windows throughout. The ground floor accommodation includes an open plan living and dining room with glazed elevations in the dining area. The kitchen has an opening into the sitting room, a Rayburn and range cooker and a further reception room is currently used as an office and family room. The ground floor accommodation also includes a spacious gym, a utility room, boot room and cloakroom with a shower. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms and a bathroom. OUTSIDE There is an area of garden adjoining the cottage which is laid to lawn and overlooks the fields. THE BUILDINGS Modern Barn / Tractor Shed 24.04m x 11.28m Steel frame and timber roof. This building is attached to the cottage. Machinery store 15.83m x 13.85m Block pillars and earth floor, fibre cement and corrugated iron roof. Stone Barn (dilapidated) 5.77m x 6.08m Stables Three stables (4.54m x 4.54m each) plus open storage area (4.54m x 4.54m). Nissen Hut Clad with corrugated iron sheets. Outdoor Arena Adjacent to the stable block there is an outdoor arena which is fully enclosed. LAND The land within LOT 1 includes a level meadow adjoining the River Taw and two sloping pasture fields above, on the higher side of the former leat. These fields have a south-facing aspect and stunning views towards Dartmoor. LOT 2 LOT 2: RIVER MEADOWS. 24.82 ACRES (10.03 HECTARES) LOT 2 comprises two level meadows adjoining the River Taw. These meadows have been used for mowing and grazing and have direct access on to a council-maintained road. GENERAL REMARKS SERVICES LOT 1: Private water (well supply with UV filter), mains electricity, and private drainage (septic tank). LOT 2: Natural water from the river. ACCESS The entrance lane is included in the freehold. The neighbouring property (Brushford Mill) will have a right of access over this lane subject to contributing towards maintenance. TENURE Brushford Mill Cottage is owned freehold and is available with vacant possession on completion. LOCAL AUTHORITY Mid Devon District Council, Phoenix House, Phoenix Lane, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 6PP. Tel: 01884 255255. BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME (BPS) The farm land is registered for entitlements under the BPS. The current scheme year's payment is reserved from the sale. LAND MANAGEMENT The farm is not within any stewardship or land management schemes. DESIGNATIONS The farm is within a Eutrophic Nitrate Vulnerable Zone (NVZ). SPORTING AND MINERAL RIGHTS LOT 1: The fishing and sporting rights within LOT 1 are not included. LOT 2: We are informed that the sporting and fishing rights are included with LOT 2. FIXTURES AND FITTINGS All fixtures and fittings, unless specifically referred to within these particulars, are expressly excluded from the sale of the freehold. WAYLEAVES, RIGHTS OF WAY ETC. The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any wayleave agreements and any public or private rights of way or bridleways etc. PLANS AND BOUNDARY FENCES A plan, which is not to scale and is not to be relied upon, is attached to these particulars. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to its accuracy. VIEWING Strictly by prior appointment with Stags. Please call 01392 680059 to arrange an appointment. DIRECTIONS From Crediton, proceed north on the A377. Continue through the village of Copplestone and upon reaching Morchard Road, turn left onto the B3220 towards Winkleigh. After about 5.3 miles, at Taw Bridge Cross, turn right towards Brushford and continue for approximately 500 yards where the entrance lane to the farm will be found on the right. Turn into the lane, and where the lane forks, proceed to the right and continue to Brushford Mill Cottage. WARNING Farms can be dangerous places. Please take care when viewing the property, particularly in the vicinity of the farm buildings. DISCLAIMER These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.  

Primary schools


  • Beacon Road, Chulmleigh, EX18 7AA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Requires Improvement Last inspection

Secondary schools


  • Beacon Road, Chulmleigh, EX18 7AA
  • Secondary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed House

Ingleigh Green, Winkleigh Sold Subject to Contract

Outstanding Rural Views 2 Acres Unique Contemporary Design Modern Construction Open Plan Living (2,500 sq ft) 3 Bedrooms Mezzanine Barn Conversion Integral Garage VIRTUAL TOUR AVAILABLE 'VIRTUAL TOUR AVAILABLE' IDYLLIC RURAL LOCATION with grounds of 2 ACRES; outstanding views; UNIQUE DESIGN AND MODERN CONSTRUCTIONS; 2,500 sq ft; open plan living; 3 BEDROOMS; mezzanine; integral garage; ideal for equestrian. SITUATION/DESCRIPTION Set within grounds of some 2 acres the property is situated in a prime position in this quiet rural hamlet, it enjoys outstanding rural views and is conveniently located approximately 2 miles west of the mid Devon village of Winkleigh, within the catchment for Chulmleigh College. The towns of Winkleigh with good village school, shops and amenities and North Tawton are 2 mile and 5 miles respectively, with the former market town of Okehampton approximately 8 miles and 20 miles to the east, the Cathedral City of Exeter. The local bus service to Exeter and Okehampton are within a short distance and Eggesford Station is approximately 5 miles away on the Barnstaple to Exeter line. Intercity high speed trains operate from Exeter St David to London (Paddington), the Midlands and the North of England. There is also a growing number of flights to UK and International destinations from Exeter airport. Truly unique in design and construction, this very contemporary property which extends to approximately 2,500 sq feet has an abundance of natural light coupled with well appointed open plan living. Build quality is of a very high standard with Scandinavian style aluminium/wood NorDan NTech double glazed windows and doors and a sustainable, high-performance Cedral cladding exterior. Underfloor heating throughout the ground floor which ensures a comfortable atmosphere with the additional benefit of a plinth mounted wood burner stove. Also an office homeworking. A particular feature of note is the well appointed open plan kitchen with twin integral ovens, fridges and freezers while above the kitchen is a sizable mezzanine suitable for dining, lounge or bedroom. There are 3 bedrooms, with the principle having both en suite and dressing room. The generously proportioned integral vaulted ceiling double garage has a large glass ceiling-light and an electrically operated roller door and internal house access. This fine property which is contemporary in every way offers prospective purchasers all the benefits of modern living in the most desirable of rural locations. ACCOMMODATION Reference made to any fixture, fittings, appliances or any of the building services does not imply that they are in working order or have been tested by us. Purchasers should establish the suitability and working condition of these items and services themselves. The accommodation, together with approximate room sizes, is as follows: GROUND FLOOR KITCHEN/LIVING ROOM 40' 6 (max)' x 23' 7 (max)' (12.34m x 7.19m) Superb open plan living space with exceptionally well appointed kitchen comprising, twin NEFF electric ovens, induction hob; twin fridges and twin freezers. LIVING ROOM 31' 5' x 23' 7' (9.6m x 7.19m) Superb open plan living space. Modern woodburner. Large sliding doors to patio to extensive countryside views and rear paddock. Exposed beams. Ceiling fans. Glazed cloakroom entrance. Locally crafted white steel staircase with hand-finished oak treads and glass balustrade leading to a viewing area on the first floor. KITCHEN 10' 9' x 23' 7' (3.28m x 7.19m) High quality low level white open plan kitchen topped with Colonial white granite. The units house two Neff ovens under a Neff induction hob with extractor over. Two integrated fridges, two integrated freezers and dishwasher. Caple wine cooler cabinet. Large island with matching granite and pop-up socket and seating for 6-8 chairs. Full height walk-in larder cupboard and separate storage cupboard. Hand-made oak and glass staircase leads to mezzanine level. BEDROOM TWO 13' 6' x 11' 7' (4.11m x 3.53m) Double bedroom with beams revealed and window with countryside views. BEDROOM THREE 14' 6' x 7' 9' (4.42m x 2.36m) Spacious double bedroom with revealed beams and front garden view. BATHROOM 9' 0' x 7' 0' (2.75m x 2.15m) Quality floor to ceiling light grey Mandarin Stone tiles with stone sink and under storage shelf. Illuminated shaver mirror over. Tall storage cupboard with mirror. Toilet. Heated towel rail. Large bath with shower over and separate bath shower. UTILITY 10' 5' x 8' 8' (3.18m x 2.64m) Bank of floor to wall units with power for plug-in hoover. Spaces for washing machine and dryer. Low level and wall units. Door to outside. GARAGE 19' 0' x 15' 9' (5.79m x 4.8m) Spacious well- lit room with power and natural light. High ceilings for upper storage. FIRST FLOOR MEZZANINE DINING ROOM/UPPER LOUNGE/BEDROOM FOUR/FLEXIBLE SPACE 23' 7 (max)' x 10' 10' (7.19m x 3.3m) Triple aspect with outstanding views. Glass balcony. Oak stairs from kitchen. Door access to external balcony. EXTERNAL BALCONY 23' 9' x 4' 1' (7.24m x 1.24m) Westerly aspect ideal for evening relaxation. Secure glazed balcony with non-slip desk. Perfect for watching the sun set and Dartmoor viewing. OFFICE 8' 7' x 7' 10' (2.63m x 2.39m) Ideally positioned with excellent outlook over grounds. PRINCIPLE BEDROOM 15' 10' x 13' 5' (4.83m x 4.09m) Spacious room with exposed beams and views to front and Dartmoor. ENSUITE BATHROOM 8' 9' x 7' 9' (2.68m x 2.37m) Fully tiled in light grey with large enclosed double ended bath with mixer taps and low level shower. Large mirror over. Corner shower. Toilet and basin with storage cupboard. Towel rail. Illuminated mirror with shaver point. DRESSING ROOM 12' 2' x 10' 0' (3.71m x 3.05m) Walk-in, warm, good size, well-lit room with separate cylinder cupboard. OUTSIDE Electric security remote access gates with side pedestrian gate. Opens to the property's stoned private drive which leads to the main entrance and in turn to the garage. There is plentiful parking to the front which is flanked on either side by contoured lawns (new turf to be laid mid-April). To the rear is a paddock with gentle slopes, mature hedgerows and meadow, backing onto farmland which is a haven for wildlife.  The grounds run to approximately 2 acres.   A patio and stoned pathway runs the back of the property. Unbroken views across the valley are delightful and the rear of the property offers total privacy to enjoy the superb rural sunsets. SERVICES Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage. OUTGOINGS We understand this property is in band ' ' for Council Tax purposes. VIEWING Strictly by appointment with MANSBRIDGE BALMENT, Okehampton Office on 01837 52371. DIRECTIONS From our offices in Okehampton follow the signpost for Crediton and North Tawton via the B3215. Prior to arrival at North Tawton turn left following the sign for Winkleigh on the A3124. On arrival take the first turning left towards the village continuing to the junction at the top of the hill whereupon take a left turn following the sign for Monkokehampton. Proceed for approximately 2 miles until arrival at Ingleigh Green where the property can be located on the right hand side.

Primary schools


This is a new academy which opened on 01/10/2018.
  • The Square, Winkleigh, EX19 8QF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

This school closed on 30/09/2018.
  • The Square, Winkleigh, EX19 8QF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

5 bed detached House

Goodleigh House, Winkleigh

listed on 2021-05-16  Howes Estates Ltd   

5 Bedroom Country Residence 3 Rececption Rooms One Bedroom Detached Lodge Kitchen/Breakfast Room & Utility Room Village Edge Location 6 Acres of Gardens & Grounds Large Conservatory Ground Floor & First Floor Bathrooms Triple Garage & Off Street Parking Outside Storage & Workshop & Stables A rare and exciting opportunity to purchase this grade II listed five bedroom country home with six acres of grounds & gardens offering lovely countryside views to Dartmoor National Park. Situated off a country lane with no immediate neighbours, the property can be found on the edge of the award winning village of Winkleigh having excellent amenities and local shops The generous accommodation comprises of three reception rooms, a large conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room with good-sized utility room to the side, ground floor and first floor bathrooms, an office and five first floor double bedrooms. Further benefits include two stables, a summer house, workshop, outside storage sheds, triple garage, parking for several vehicles and a timber constructed one bedroom lodge (currently providing an income for the vendor). Property of this nature and calibre situated within what is a very sought after location is very rare to the local market and Howes Estates recommends an urgent internal inspection to avoid disappointment. Location The award winning village of Winkleigh is set within the beautiful mid-Devon countryside perfectly positioned between the moors of Dartmoor National Park to the south and Exmoor National Park to the north. Goodleigh House is situated within pleasant walking distance of the picture postcard village square which benefits from a number of useful amenities including a good general store, a butcher's shop, a mobile fishmonger, post office, two pubs and a vets. There are two churches, a doctor's surgery, a hairdressers, two garages and a village primary school with attached pre-school group. This lively and vibrant community also has the benefit of a Community Centre and a Village Hall, both are well used by local clubs and classes. There is a Sports Centre with football pitch and tennis courts as well as indoor bowls and badminton. The village has the benefits of a regular bus service linking Barnstaple and Exeter and Eggesford train station is only 4 miles from the village. The larger towns of Crediton and Okehampton are both within easy reach and the village is also within commuter distance of the Cathedral City of Exeter or the regional Business town of Barnstaple. Reception Hall 5.17 x 2.85 (16'11' x 9'4') Porch entrance into reception hall, fitted carpet, radiator, exposed ceiling beams, stairs to first floor. Drawing Room 4.85 x 4.80 (15'10' x 15'8') Fitted carpet, double glazed French doors, stone fireplace with inset LPG flame fire, 2 x radiators. Conservatory 5.0 x 4.72 (16'4' x 15'5') Double glazed windows & French doors, double glazed glass roof, tile effect flooring. Rear Lobby Fitted carpet, radiator, window, door to rear. Dining Room 5.68 x 3.43 (18'7' x 11'3') Fitted carpet, stone built fireplace, exposed timber ceiling beams, 3 x windows, radiator, built-in shelving, original well complete with pump. Sitting Room 5.86 x 4.84 (19'2' x 15'10') Fitted carpet, large inglenook fire place with bread oven to side and wood burning stove, French doors, radiator, built-in shelves, exposed wood ceiling beams. Kitchen/Breakfast Room 4.87 x 3.81 (15'11' x 12'5') Fitted matching wall/base storage cupboards & drawers, rolled edge work surfaces, built-in electric oven, gas hob with extractor over, 1.5 bowl sink/drainer, space for under counter fridge, space & plumbing for a dishwasher, dual aspect double glazed windows, radiator, stone built fireplace, tiled flooring. Utility Room 4.07 x 3.01 (13'4' x 9'10') Fitted matching wall/base storage cupboards & drawers, rolled edge work surfaces, built-in eye level double oven & grill, 1.5 bowl sink/drainer, space *& plumbing for washing machine, inglenook fireplace, doors to rear and side, tiled flooring, LPG boiler cupboard. Ground Floor Bathroom 4.62 x 3.30 (15'1' x 10'9') Bath, tiled shower cubicle with mains fitted shower, low level w.c, wash hand basin, bidet, window, radiator, staircase to balcony. Rising to the First Floor First Floor Landing Fitted carpet, radiator, built-in storage cupboards, loft access with fitted ladder. Master Bedroom 4.92 x 4.87 (16'1' x 15'11') Fitted carpet, built-in wardrobes and storage cupboards, feature fireplace, 2 x radiators, double glazed window offering countryside views. Bedroom Two 6.52 x 3.48 (21'4' x 11'5') Fitted carpet, double glazed window offering countryside views, radiator, built-in storage cupboard. Bedroom Three 4.14 x 3.80 (13'6' x 12'5') Fitted carpet, built-in wardrobes and storage, feature fireplace, radiator, double glazed window offering countryside views. Bedroom Four 4.50 x 3.93 (14'9' x 12'10') Fitted carpet, double glazed window offering countryside views, radiator. Bedroom Five 4.28 x 3.88 (14'0' x 12'8') Fitted carpet, radiator, exposed beams, double glazed window, radiator. Office 2.40 x 2.30 (7'10' x 7'6') Fitted carpet, window, door to staircase providing access to ground floor. Bathroom 3.71 x 2.69 (12'2' x 8'9') Panelled bath, wash hand basin with vanity storage beneath, low level w.c, window, radiator. Triple Garage Three side by side garages all having metal & over doors, power & light connected. Parking Private gated entrance leading to hard standing parking capable of receiving several vehicles. The Grounds Goodleigh house is set on approximately six acres of various well maintained mature gardens and grounds having several enclosed paddocks and pasture fields. The Lodge Within the grounds is an insulated, timber constructed lodge benefiting from having a sitting room, kitchen and bathroom. Outbuildings The property has the benefit of having several storage outbuildings, a good-sized workshop workshop, summer house and potting shed. Stables To the rear of the property is a courtyard with two good-sized stables both having power & light connected with water tap nearby. Services Mains Water Private Drainage Mains Electricity LPG Gas Central Heating Council Tax Band 'G' Tenure Freehold Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulation As the sellers agents we are not surveyors or conveyancing experts & as such we cannot & do not comment on the condition of the property, any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings, or services or issues relating to the title or other legal issues that may affect the property, unless we have been made aware of such matters. Interested parties should employ their own professionals to make such enquiries before making any transactional decisions. You are advised to check the availability of any property before travelling any distance to view. Viewing To make an appointment to view this property please contact Howes Estates on 01837 83393

Primary schools


This is a new academy which opened on 01/10/2018.
  • The Square, Winkleigh, EX19 8QF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

This school closed on 30/09/2018.
  • The Square, Winkleigh, EX19 8QF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed House

Beer Farm Okehampton Devon EX20

listed on 2021-05-12  Strutt and Parker   

An outstanding three-suite barn conversion with a large outbuilding and approximately 5 acres. Broomhill is a 400 year old part stone-clad barn offering more than 2,800 sq. ft. of light-filled accommodation. Presented to an exquisite standard throughout, Broomhill forms the perfect family and entertaining space. The property features generously-proportioned rooms and all the amenities of modern living, combined with retained character features including some exposed granite walls and beams. Featuring contemporary flagstone flooring throughout, the ground floor accommodation is accessed from a welcoming open plan reception hall opening into a spacious drawing room with a striking freestanding woodburner and French doors to the garden. A short flight of stairs leads to a large 38 ft. open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room. The kitchen offers a range of stylish fitted units with a large central island and breakfast bar, marble worktops, a four oven AGA with an induction hob, extractor fan, wine cooler, integrated microwave and dishwasher. The property also benefits from a separate fitted laundry room and a modern cloakroom. On the first floor is a very large dual aspect principal bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe, French doors to a private Juliet balcony, and a contemporary en suite shower room. There are also two further very generously sized bedroom suites with en suite shower rooms, one with a walk-in wardrobe and the other with a fitted dressing room. Lovely views of the surrounding lanscape can be appreciated from most of the first floor. Local Authority: West Devon Borough Council. Services: Mains electricity and water. Private treatment plant drainage. Oil-fired underfloor heating. Council Tax: Band F. Rights of Way: There are four neighbouring properties which have a Right of Way over the driveway. Further information is available from the vendor's agent. This property has 5 acres of land. Outside Broomhill is approached over a gravelled driveway providing parking for multiple vehicles and giving access to the integral double carport and to a large 66 ft. x 44 ft. weatherboarded barn. This barn is split into two levels; the upper level has automated roller doors leading to extensive garaging for up to six cars. The lower level provides a wealth of possibilities such as stabling or workshop space. The land included with the property extends to around five acres. The garden to the front aspect is laid to level lawn enclosed by stock-fencing overlooking the property’s paddocks. To the rear is a large paved terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, overlooking neighbouring farmland and enjoying far-reaching views over the rolling Mid Devon countryside. Situation The property is set just outside the borders of Dartmoor National Park, offering miles of unspoilt countryside to explore. There is ample opportunity for walking, cycling and riding direct from the property. Broomhill is near to the picturesque villages of South Zeal and South Tawton which offer a good range of local amenities including two public houses, village stores, a Post Office and a popular primary school. Okehampton, approximately 3.7 miles away, has more extensive shopping facilities, including a Waitrose supermarket, a large sports centre and park, surrounded by beautiful riverside walks, and Okehampton College, which is rated ‘outstanding’. Further afield, the cathedral city of Exeter is just 22 miles away and has a number of excellent schools for boys and girls of all ages, a fine university, a broad range of supermarkets and excellent cultural and recreational facilities, with numerous restaurants, the Princesshay shopping development and a John Lewis. Communication links are excellent, with Intercity high-speed trains operating from Exeter to London (Paddington and Waterloo), the Midlands and the north of England. Exeter International Airport airport offers a good range of flights to domestic and international destinations. Directions The postcode EX20 1SG will take you to the property using a satellite navigation system. Share Other features Beautifully presented Approximately 5 acres of land Large outbuilding comprising extensive garaging Peaceful rural location Gallery 1/14 Other details Floorplan Virtual Viewing Map & Street View 1/2 1/2 Map View Street View

Primary schools


  • Glendale Road, Okehampton, EX20 1JB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fort Road, Okehampton, EX20 1GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

3 bed detached House

Hatherleigh, Okehampton Sold

O1202 Quality Barn Conversion Quiet rural location Ideal for equestrian 8.7 Acres Extensive stabling Pole Barn With Planning Additional Acres Available by Separate Negotation Annexe Opportunity to acquire a DETACHED EXTENDED BARN CONVERSION in a plot of 1.71 acres with additional land amounting to 7 acres.Quiet rural location with ANNEXE, large pole BARN and STABLES. Further land available by separate negotiation. SITUATION/DESCRIPTION The property is situated in a quiet peaceful location approximately 1 mile from the centre of the former market town of Hatherleigh. Hatherleigh is favoured for its interesting mix of period properties along its medieval streets, its active community and close proximity to Dartmoor, the A30 and the delightful surrounding countryside. The town enjoys a good range of local amenities including a variety of shops, pubs, restaurants, local businesses and a community hall. There is also a variety of thriving sport and leisure activities Okehampton lies on the northern edge of Dartmoor National Park. It is approximately 30 miles from both the north and south Devon coasts. There are superb local beauty spots where one may enjoy walking, riding and fishing. The shopping area contains several banks and supermarkets as well as many interesting locally owned shops. Primary and secondary education is well catered for in local schools. The recreation ground and park contains, amongst other things, a covered heated swimming pool. Most sports are available including 18 hole golf course, squash courts, indoor rifle range and thriving rugby and soccer clubs. A further 23 miles to the East lies the cathedral city of Exeter with its extensive range of high street shops and the region's main airport. A delightful extended barn conversion completed to a very high standard with the use of natural oak being apparent throughout. The works completed are complementary to the building's character and offer spacious well appointed accommodation which in brief comprises, entrance hall; shower room; bedroom three/study; kitchen/breakfast room; delightful open plan lounge/dining room with vaulted ceiling and to the first floor are two double bedrooms and a bathroom. There is a detached annexe with open plan accommodation and shower room, ideal for guests or dependent relatives. Parking is plentiful and for those keen on equine pursuits the property has a 15 stall stable block and large pole barn with planning permission to replace. Gardens and paddock amount to approximately 1.7 acres with an additional 7 acres also included with further land available by negotiation. This is a delightful barn which has been sympathetically restored and should be viewed to be appreciated. Reference made to any fixture, fittings, appliances or any of the building services does not imply that they are in working order or have been tested by us. Purchasers should establish the suitability and working condition of these items and services themselves. The current accommodation dimensions are as follows: Part-glazed front entrance door leads to: ENTRANCE HALL 12' 5' x 7' 8' (3.81m x 2.35m) Staircase to first floor; authentic oak flooring; radiator; doors to: BEDROOM THREE/STUDY 13' 6' x 10' 9' (4.14m x 3.3m) Dual aspect; authentic oak flooring; radiator. SHOWER ROOM 9' 9' x 5' 4' (2.99m x 1.63m) Window to rear; rectangular shower tray and enclosure with mains shower attachment; table mounted wash handbasin with drawers and shelf under; close coupled WC; oak flooring; downlighters; heated towel rail. KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 15' 7' x 12' 9' (4.76m x 3.91m) Two windows to front; butler sink and drainer; appliance space for range cooker; appliance space for American-style fridge/freezer; range of pine base units under cedar worksurface; space for extensive range of freestanding units; oak flooring; extractor fan; radiator; glazed panelled door to: LIVING ROOM 30' 2' x 16' 1' (9.22m x 4.91m) Dual aspect with multiple windows to front and rear; part-glazed doors to rear; attractive vaulted ceiling; feature fireplace with oak surround; slate hearth and polished granite mantel; oak flooring; two radiators. Return to entrance hall with staircase to: FIRST FLOOR: LANDING Oak flooring; exposed timbers; Velux rooflight; radiator; doors to: BEDROOM TWO 13' 4' x 11' 3' (4.07m x 3.43m) Dual aspect windows to front; Velux rooflight to rear; natural pine flooring; radiator. BATHROOM 13' 5' x 5' 7' (4.09m x 1.72m) Velux rooflight to rear; oak flooring; exposed timbers; freestanding claw foot bath; close coupled WC; table mounted wash handbasin with shelf and cupboard under. BEDROOM ONE 14' 4' x 11' 7' (4.38m x 3.55m) Dual aspect window with shutters to side; Velux rooflight to rear; extensive range of fitted wardrobes behind oak doors; exposed timbers; oak flooring; radiator. ANNEXE: 25' 0' x 19' 1' (7.64m x 5.83m) A former granary now offering open plan accommodation; dual aspect with central heating and door to: SHOWER ROOM 6' 6' x 5' 6' (1.99m x 1.70m) Window to rear; shower tray and enclosure with dual function and mains shower attachment; tiled walls; close coupled WC; oak flooring; heated towel rail. OUTSIDE The private driveway is accessed from the nearby country lane and leads to an extensive concrete parking and turning area where in turn the accommodation is approached via two steps to the main entrance. THE GARDENS To the rear and accessed by cobbled steps is a terraced garden which offers enormous potential and extends onto the private driveway. PADDOCK Immediately adjoining the stables and pole barn and accessed by a five-bar gate is a secure paddock of approximately half an acre, gently sloping to the property's boundary fence. Across the access lane there is also an additional 7 acres of pasture land. AGENTS NOTE Further land available by separate negotiation. STABLES Of concrete block construction under corrugated profile roof with concrete floor, currently comprising 15 stalls with power and lighting connected. Currently housing a utility room with laundry facilities. POLE BARN Substantial agricultural building with planning consent to replace. OUTGOINGS The property is in band C for council tax purposes SERVICES Mains electricity, water (sub meter). Private shared drainage system. Oil-fired central heating and hot water. VIEWINGS Strictly by appointment with MANSBRIDGE BALMENT, Okehampton Office on 01837 52371. DIRECTIONS From Okehampton join the A386 following the signposts for Hatherleigh. Continue for approximately 7 miles and at the mini-roundabout on the town's outskirts continue around the roundabout and back on the A386 towards Okehampton. Continue past the football ground on your right hand side and after approximately 100 yards turn right onto a farm track, signed as a bridleway. Proceed for approximately half a mile where take a right turn following the sign for Lower Essworthy and immediately turn left onto the property's private driveway which leads down to the property itself.

Primary schools


  • Glendale Road, Okehampton, EX20 1JB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fort Road, Okehampton, EX20 1GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

5 bed detached House

West Foldhay, Zeal Monachorum

What a place!! This is a modern 5 bedroom farmhouse with 6.6 acres! Recently extended and renovated to a high standard with gardens and adjoining 6.6 acre field. What a place!! This is a modern 5 bedroom farmhouse with 6.6 acres! Recently extended and renovated to a high standard with gardens and adjoining 6.6 acre field. West Foldhay is located approx. 1 mile from the popular Mid Devon village of Zeal Monachorum. It is a wonderful set-up with access off the private lane to gardens, the farmhouse itself, the adjoining 6 acre field and plenty of parking. The outlook is very green, being slightly elevated, there are views over the surrounding countryside and woodlands. The house has been very cleverly extended by the current owners and is now a large, detached and attractive family home, boasting a modern feel amongst the rolling Devon hills. Internally, there is plenty of space and light with generously proportioned rooms, most taking in those lovely views. The space has been well thought out for family/rural living such as the large entrance porch with plenty of room to take off the wellies and coats before heading inside. The large kitchen boasts a sociable and practical central island which zones the space well. There is room for a Range cooker (current Everhot not included) and the remaining appliances including fridge, wine fridge and dishwasher are all built in. To the rear of the kitchen is a utility with lots of storage and plumbing for appliances plus one of the two ground floor WCs and a very useful home office, which is out of the way of the main living spaces. The two reception rooms are interchangeable, currently with a dining room with woodburner and living room with open fire and with plenty of glass out onto the decking and garden. On the first floor are 5 double bedrooms, with the master bedroom having a dressing area with built in storage and an en-suite. There is also a Jack and Jill bathroom serving two more bedrooms and a well fitted family bathroom too. Again, all of the room sizes are good and enjoy the views. Due to the overall size of the house, there is also great storage on the landing etc. Outside, there is a driveway off the private lane which gives access to the parking and gardens. There is ample parking close to the property with a large hard standing and (subject to permissions) the base is in place for a garage or carport. Provisions for power and water have already been made too. There is a lovely composite deck which runs along the front of the house with doors out from the kitchen and living room. The garden then slopes down to the track at the bottom. The field is located to the rear and side of the house (see land plan) and is approx. 6.6 acres. This can be accessed from the drive or there is another gate further down the track (rights of way are in place for access). A private drive is in the process of being finished to the property however, should someone wish to bring a drive in further up the lane, the rights will be in place to do so. Agents Note: This property is owned by an employee of Helmores Please see the floorplan for room sizes. Council Tax: D (Mid Devon) Utilities: Mains water, electric, telephone & broadband Drainage: Private drainage Heating: Mix of woodburners and digital electric radiators Listed: No Tenure: Freehold but subject to an AOC (agricultural occupancy restriction) - please ask for details. ZEAL MONACHORUM is situated 8 miles northwest of Crediton, hidden within vast and tumultuous farmlands. Its name is of Latin origin 'Cella Monachorum'- meaning 'Cell of the Monks'. Like many Devon villages Zeal is home to a number of period properties, and buildings that have a strict conservation status - preserving the traditional beauty expected from rural settlements. Its church is old (understatement) (1235, late Saxon) and in its yard is a yew tree rumoured to have experienced a 1000 birthdays or more (not that anyone celebrates). The village is also known for having the most family friendly inn around, 'The Waie Inn' - offering great food & drink, both outdoor and indoor children's play areas, a heated swimming pool, skittle alley, large function rooms (for weddings, parties etc), an astro turf pitch, squash courts, fishing lake and B&B rooms DIRECTIONS : From Crediton proceed west on the A377, upon reaching Copplestone bear right to stay on the A377. At Morchard Road turn left onto the B3220 signed Winkleigh, after 2 miles turn left signed Zeal Monachorum. Once in Zeal, turn right onto Western Road (opposite the church) and follow this road passing Foldhay Cross for approx. 0.9 miles and bear right, over the small bridge and then right again in the lane. West Foldhay with be found up the first drive on the left, just past the barn. Covid-19 Safety Policy We're taking safety extremely seriously, so before making a viewing appointment for this property please read our Stay Safe policy here: helmores.com/staysafe If you or any of your household have symptoms of Covid-19 or have been asked to self-isolate please stay at home. Fantastic rural location Large detached modern farmhouse Attached 6 acre field 5 bedrooms plus office `Master en-suite and dressing room Open plan kitchen with island Flexible dining room / living room Gardens and ample parking Prepped for large garage / carport (stp)

Primary schools


  • Bewsley Hill, Crediton, EX17 5NX
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Requires Improvement Last inspection

  • Church Street, Crediton, EX17 6PJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Sandford, Crediton, EX17 4NE
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

5 bed detached House

Higher Nichols Nymett, North Tawton

Includes Self-Contained Annexe & Detached Barn! A very handsome Grade II Listed detached farmhouse, set in an acre, just 5 minutes from North Tawton & 15mins from the A30, with four / five bedrooms, four bathrooms & three reception rooms, plus an annexe & a detached barn with potential (STP). Includes Self-Contained Annexe & Detached Barn! A very handsome Grade II Listed detached farmhouse, set in an acre, just 5 minutes from North Tawton & 15mins from the A30, with four / five bedrooms, four bathrooms & three reception rooms, plus an annexe & a detached barn with potential (STP). Higher Nichols Nymett occupies an attractive rural setting within a small hamlet between North Tawton and Bow. The larger market towns of Okehampton (8 miles) and Crediton (10 miles) each have an excellent range of day-to-day amenities and it has good access to the A30 (7.8 miles) providing a direct link to the city of Exeter and the M5 motorway. This detached Grade II Listed farmhouse dates back to the 16th Century, of rendered cob and stone elevations beneath a thatched roof (largely re-thatched October 2015), the property offers incredibly spacious and adaptable accommodation of over 3,700sq ft. The property enjoys a wealth of character features including many exposed ceiling beams, original fireplaces, exposed stonework, leaded light windows and wooden brace and ledge doors. The accommodation includes a large reception hall/breakfast room with a wood burning Rayburn, all three main reception rooms have feature fireplaces. The recently installed kitchen with underfloor heating has a range of units with oak surfaces, range-style cooker and integral dishwasher. Off the kitchen is utility room with door to the rear courtyard. Of further note on the ground floor is a study / an en-suite double bedroom plus family bathroom. Two staircases lead to the first-floor accommodation with four further double bedrooms, two of which have en-suite shower rooms. The current owners have undertaken a number of improvements, as well as the visible improvements of the new thatch, front porch, kitchen and bathrooms, major structural improvements including roof support upgrades with a new A-frame along with wall cross-ties ensure the long-term integrity of the building. Outside: The plot extends to almost an acre in total, the property is approached from the lane via a five-bar wooden gate leading to a large gravelled parking and turning area. Steps lead down to a cobbled seating area. To the left of the house is a sizable level lawn interspersed with a number of flower and shrub beds. To the right is a detached stone and cob BARN providing excellent storage as well as potential for conversion to living accommodation, subject to the necessary consents. Beyond the seating area is an enclosed level paddock surrounded by fencing and some well-established trees. The property adjoins open farmland and there are some excellent views from several of the rooms and much of the grounds. The Annexe - The attached annexe comprises a self-contained unit with kitchen, sitting room, double bedroom and bathroom plus private garden. This has its own access and parking area and offers a great opportunity to generate an income as a holiday cottage (STP). DIRECTIONS - From Exeter proceed west on the A377 through Crediton and onto Copplestone. At Copplestone turn left onto the B3072 signposted Bow and North Tawton. Proceed through the village and after approximately a further 1.5 miles, at Nichols Nymett Cross, turn right and the property is the second on the right after approximately 400 yards. Please see the floorplan for room sizes. Current Council Tax: G Utilities: Mains electric, water, telephone & broadband, plus oil tank Fastest broadband speed within this postcode: Up to 32Mbps Drainage: Private drainage Heating: Oil-fired central heating in main house, removable heaters in cottage Listed: Yes Tenure: Freehold NORTH TAWTON is a small town, built alongside the banks of ‘The River Taw’. Settlements in and around the ‘Taw Valley’ experience a haven-like quality, between the often steep-edged hillsides – a contrast to other areas of more open farmland. The town has a selection of shops, a primary school, The Fountain and The White Hart pubs and an undeniably pretty square. For more choice, by way of facilities the larger town of Okehampton is only 5 miles up the road – where access to the A30 dual carriageway (a link to the City of Exeter) can also be found. North Tawton, as with many Devon towns has a prime medieval church, with a west spire adorned with oak shingles. The town is also known for its superb creamery. The Taw Valley Creamery (est 1974) produces award -winning cheeses, revered locally and nationally. Covid-19 Update Our team are working from their homes to help stop the spread of this awful virus.   We’re on the phone, email, and Facebook Messenger too – and we’d love to hear from you!   If you’re interested to view a property, please still get in touch – that way we can register your interest and let you know as soon as viewings are back to normal again.   We have 3d tours and video tours posted in our Facebook group Helmores Property Premiere so be sure to join the group so you don’t miss out any property updates.   Our valuers are ready and waiting to give you advice over the phone – we have many many years experience and can give you a good idea of price without seeing your property.   For current sales going through, our sales progressor Jonathan is flat out keeping current property sales running as smoothly as possible. If you have any concerns or questions get in touch.   As an independent local business, we’re doing all we can to help people in Crediton get through these challenging times, and we will get through this together – please stay safe. Includes Self-Contained Annexe & Detached Barn! A very handsome Grade II Listed detached farmhouse, set in an acre, just 5 minutes from North Tawton & 15mins from the A30, with four / five bedrooms, four bathrooms & three reception rooms, plus an annexe & a detached barn with potential (STP). Higher Nichols Nymett occupies an attractive rural setting within a small hamlet between North Tawton and Bow. The larger market towns of Okehampton (8 miles) and Crediton (10 miles) each have an excellent range of day-to-day amenities and it has good access to the A30 (7.8 miles) providing a direct link to the city of Exeter and the M5 motorway. This detached Grade II Listed farmhouse dates back to the 16th Century, of rendered cob and stone elevations beneath a thatched roof (largely re-thatched October 2015), the property offers incredibly spacious and adaptable accommodation of over 3,700sq ft. The property enjoys a wealth of character features including many exposed ceiling beams, original fireplaces, exposed stonework, leaded light windows and wooden brace and ledge doors. The accommodation includes a large reception hall/breakfast room with a wood burning Rayburn, all three main reception rooms have feature fireplaces. The recently installed kitchen with underfloor heating has a range of units with oak surfaces, range-style cooker and integral dishwasher. Off the kitchen is utility room with door to the rear courtyard. Of further note on the ground floor is a study / an en-suite double bedroom plus family bathroom. Two staircases lead to the first-floor accommodation with four further double bedrooms, two of which have en-suite shower rooms. The current owners have undertaken a number of improvements, as well as the visible improvements of the new thatch, front porch, kitchen and bathrooms, major structural improvements including roof support upgrades with a new A-frame along with wall cross-ties ensure the long-term integrity of the building. Outside: The plot extends to almost an acre in total, the property is approached from the lane via a five-bar wooden gate leading to a large gravelled parking and turning area. Steps lead down to a cobbled seating area. To the left of the house is a sizable level lawn interspersed with a number of flower and shrub beds. To the right is a detached stone and cob BARN providing excellent storage as well as potential for conversion to living accommodation, subject to the necessary consents. Beyond the seating area is an enclosed level paddock surrounded by fencing and some well-established trees. The property adjoins open farmland and there are some excellent views from several of the rooms and much of the grounds. The Annexe - The attached annexe comprises a self-contained unit with kitchen, sitting room, double bedroom and bathroom plus private garden. This has its own access and parking area and offers a great opportunity to generate an income as a holiday cottage (STP). DIRECTIONS - From Exeter proceed west on the A377 through Crediton and onto Copplestone. At Copplestone turn left onto the B3072 signposted Bow and North Tawton. Proceed through the village and after approximately a further 1.5 miles, at Nichols Nymett Cross, turn right and the property is the second on the right after approximately 400 yards. Please see the floorplan for room sizes. Current Council Tax: G Utilities: Mains electric, water, telephone & broadband, plus oil tank Fastest broadband speed within this postcode: Up to 32Mbps Drainage: Private drainage Heating: Oil-fired central heating in main house, removable heaters in cottage Listed: Yes Tenure: Freehold NORTH TAWTON is a small town, built alongside the banks of ‘The River Taw’. Settlements in and around the ‘Taw Valley’ experience a haven-like quality, between the often steep-edged hillsides – a contrast to other areas of more open farmland. The town has a selection of shops, a primary school, The Fountain and The White Hart pubs and an undeniably pretty square. For more choice, by way of facilities the larger town of Okehampton is only 5 miles up the road – where access to the A30 dual carriageway (a link to the City of Exeter) can also be found. North Tawton, as with many Devon towns has a prime medieval church, with a west spire adorned with oak shingles. The town is also known for its superb creamery. The Taw Valley Creamery (est 1974) produces award -winning cheeses, revered locally and nationally. Covid-19 Update Our team are working from their homes to help stop the spread of this awful virus.   We’re on the phone, email, and Facebook Messenger too – and we’d love to hear from you!   If you’re interested to view a property, please still get in touch – that way we can register your interest and let you know as soon as viewings are back to normal again.   We have 3d tours and video tours posted in our Facebook group Helmores Property Premiere so be sure to join the group so you don’t miss out any property updates.   Our valuers are ready and waiting to give you advice over the phone – we have many many years experience and can give you a good idea of price without seeing your property.   For current sales going through, our sales progressor Jonathan is flat out keeping current property sales running as smoothly as possible. If you have any concerns or questions get in touch.   As an independent local business, we’re doing all we can to help people in Crediton get through these challenging times, and we will get through this together – please stay safe. Incredibly Spacious 16th Century Detached Farmhouse Set in nearly an acre & includes attached 1 bed annexe Four / five bedrooms, four bathrooms (3 en-suites) Beautiful gardens and lovely rural views - EPC:B F Large detached barn with potential for development (STP) Masses of parking & separate drive/entrance to annexe Grade II Listed with many character features Huge improvements made by current owners Oil-fired central heating 5 mins to North Tawton, 15 mins to A30

Primary schools


  • Glendale Road, Okehampton, EX20 1JB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fort Road, Okehampton, EX20 1GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

4 bed detached House

, Bondleigh, North Tawton EX20 2AN

This wonderfully presented home occupies a tucked away spot on the fringes of Bondleigh Village. The property itself offers very comfortable, light and airy accommodation throughout. The present vendors have left no stone unturned and managed to capture a blend of old and new, with oil fired central heating, double glazing throughout and many original features including exposed stone walls, an open fireplace in the snug and separate wood burner in the living room. The property benefits from a ground floor en suite bedroom, ideal for guests or dependent relatives. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms, enjoying views across the garden. Outside is as much of an attraction as the dwelling.   The property is accessed via a private road shared with only three other households. There is no shortage of parking and the advantage of a large workshop/Garage measuring 21?6ft X 17?0ft.    The garden can be access either side of the home and is quite simply breathtaking being landscaped to provide several areas to be enjoyed depending on the time of day. There is a complete sense of serenity listening to the wildlife and not to mention an island! There a small bridge across from the garden leading to a secluded sheltered area where you can shut off and enjoy a drink of your choice. Its very clear there has been a lot of care and attention to detail throughout this home and that extends to the garden being organically and carefully managed to sustain the natural ecosystem of abundant insect life, multitude of birdlife, and mammals, including hedgehogs, that feed in and call the garden their home. Directions From Okehampton town centre proceed out of the town in a northerly direction taking the Crediton Road (B3215). After approximately 4 miles turn left at Belstone Corner, just before the railway bridge signposted Sampford Courtenay. At the mini roundabout turn right on to the A3072 and after approximately 1 mile fork left signposted North Tawton/Winkleigh. Take the first left hand turning onto the A3124 (Signposted Winkleigh) and proceed for approximately 2.5 miles before taking the right hand turning for Bondleigh. Proceed down to the village taking the left hand turning towards the Church, after approximately 100 yards a concrete driveway will be found upon the right hand side. Follow this drive around to the left and along to the very end, where upon the property will be found on the left hand side.

Primary schools


  • Glendale Road, Okehampton, EX20 1JB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fort Road, Okehampton, EX20 1GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

5 bed semi-detached House with land

North Tawton Devon EX20

listed on 2021-04-25  Strutt and Parker   

A Grade II Listed semi-detached family home set in approx. 2 acres in a peaceful rural location. Believed to date from the early 16th century and for many centuries owned by the Earls of Egremont, Westworthy – a Saxon name, meaning “family farm” – is a charming five bedroom family home. The accommodation benefits from appealing period features including casement windows, some exposed beams and original inglenook fireplaces. The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming through reception hall and comprises a generous-sized drawing room with an inglenook fireplace and a wood burner, a well-proportioned dining room and a spacious sitting room with another inglenook fireplace with a bread oven and wood burning stove. The delightful kitchen/breakfast room features an ancient fireplace, in which sits a Rayburn oven, and newly fitted hand-built units and worktops. There is also a cloakroom and utility room. The first floor provides a large principal bedroom with an en suite shower room, an additional double bedroom with en suite shower room, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Lovely views can be appreciated from much of the first floor. Local Authority: West Devon Borough Council. Services: Mains electricity. Shared private water and drainage. Oil fired central heating. Council Tax: Band F. Rights of Way: There is a shared access with Westworthy Cottage. There are also several shared services with Westworthy Cottage which may need access for maintenance. This property has 2 acres of land. Outside Westworthy is approached over a shared driveway providing parking for multiple vehicles. The low-maintenance front garden offers a paved path to the entrance door bordered on each side by gravelled beds. The enclosed garden to the rear is laid mainly to lawn, bordered by mature shrubs and trees and features a garden pond, an area of light woodland and a large paved terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining: the whole enjoying far-reaching views over the rolling surrounding countryside. There is also a gently sloping field of pasture measuring approximately 1.35 acres. In total, the land extends to approximately 2 acres. Situation Westworthy is situated in a wonderful rural position in the mid Devon countryside befween North Tawton and Winkleigh. The opportunities for outdoor pursuits in the area including excellent walking, riding and cycling are endless. The small market town of North Tawton offers a good range of amenities including independent shopping, cafés, a Post Office, pubs and a GP surgery. Winkleigh has a convenience store, Post Office, butcher, florist, café and two pubs. The larger town of Okehampton offers a wider range of shopping, recreational and entertainment facilities including boutique and High Street stores, supermarkets, restaurants and leisure centres. The cathedral city of Exeter, with its excellent recreational, cultural and business facilities, is also just 20 miles away. Communications links are excellent: the property enjoys easy access to Exeter via the A30, the north and south coasts and to major traffic routes including the M5 and from there to the national motorway network. Directions The postcode EX20 2DJ will take you to the property using a satellite navigation system. Share Other features Grade II Listed Peaceful rural Devon location Approx. 2 acres 2,364 sq. ft. of accommodation Gallery 1/11 Other details Floorplan Virtual Viewing Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

Primary schools


  • Glendale Road, Okehampton, EX20 1JB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fort Road, Okehampton, EX20 1GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

5 bed semi-detached House

North Tawton Devon EX20

listed on 2021-04-27  Strutt and Parker   

A Grade II Listed semi-detached family home with lovely views in a peaceful rural location. Believed to date from the early 16th century and for many centuries owned by the Earls of Egremont, Westworthy – a Saxon name, meaning “family farm” – is a charming five bedroom family home. The accommodation benefits from appealing period features including casement windows, some exposed beams and original inglenook fireplaces. The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming through reception hall and comprises a generous-sized drawing room with an inglenook fireplace and a wood burner, a well-proportioned dining room and a spacious sitting room with another inglenook fireplace with a bread oven and wood burning stove. The delightful kitchen/breakfast room features an ancient fireplace, in which sits a Rayburn oven, and newly fitted hand-built units and worktops. There is also a cloakroom and utility room. The first floor provides a large principal bedroom with an en suite shower room, an additional double bedroom with en suite shower room, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Lovely views can be appreciated from much of the first floor. Local Authority: West Devon Borough Council. Services: Mains electricity. Shared private water and drainage. Oil fired central heating. Council Tax: Band F. Rights of Way: There is a shared access with Westworthy Cottage. There are also several shared services with Westworthy Cottage which may need access for maintenance. This property has 0.69 acres of land. Outside Westworthy is approached over a shared driveway providing parking for multiple vehicles. The low-maintenance front garden offers a paved path to the entrance door bordered on each side by gravelled beds. The enclosed garden to the rear is laid mainly to lawn, bordered by mature shrubs and trees and features a garden pond, an area of light woodland and a large paved terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining: the whole enjoying far-reaching views over the rolling surrounding countryside. In total, the property measures approximately 0.69 acres. A field of pasture measuring approximately 1.35 acres is available by separate negotiation. Situation Westworthy is situated in a wonderful rural position in the mid Devon countryside befween North Tawton and Winkleigh. The opportunities for outdoor pursuits in the area including excellent walking, riding and cycling are endless. The small market town of North Tawton offers a good range of amenities including independent shopping, cafés, a Post Office, pubs and a GP surgery. Winkleigh has a convenience store, Post Office, butcher, florist, café and two pubs. The larger town of Okehampton offers a wider range of shopping, recreational and entertainment facilities including boutique and High Street stores, supermarkets, restaurants and leisure centres. The cathedral city of Exeter, with its excellent recreational, cultural and business facilities, is also just 20 miles away. Communications links are excellent: the property enjoys easy access to Exeter via the A30, the north and south coasts and to major traffic routes including the M5 and from there to the national motorway network. Directions The postcode EX20 2DJ will take you to the property using a satellite navigation system. Share Other features Grade II Listed Peaceful rural Devon location Lovely views 2,364 sq. ft. of accommodation Gallery 1/9 Other details Floorplan Virtual Viewing Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

Primary schools


  • Glendale Road, Okehampton, EX20 1JB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fort Road, Okehampton, EX20 1GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

7 bed detached House

High Street, North Tawton

A substantial, detached property with 5 bedrooms + a lovely ANNEXE! A substantial, detached property with 5 bedrooms + a lovely ANNEXE! 73 High Street is a 5 bedroom detached property, with a neat landscaped garden and a sublime outlook of Dartmoor – a wave on the skyline. Care has been placed into the property’s interior – with a design that is intuitive and modern, complementing a comfortable lifestyle. Some notable features include; beautiful chrome fittings in the bathrooms and auto lighting, Corian kitchen surfaces and Hive central heating controls. A gas boiler in the dining room area provides the heating & hot water – linked to conventional radiators. There is also a self contained annexe, with separate access from the street. GROUND FLOOR A uPVC door leads to an entrance vestibule, followed by a glazed period door into a hallway. Together with much of the ground floor, the entrance hall features solid oak flooring.  Additionally it has elegant timber panelling to dado height, and houses the Hive central heating controls. At the far end of the hall is a cloakroom; a WC with a built in cistern, basin/under cupboard and a dual heated towel rail. To the right is a modern, contemporary kitchen, featuring Corian work surfaces, a central island/breakfast bar with a unified 13amp USB tower, stylish coloured glass splash backs, a stainless steel sink with a boiling hot water tap and under plinth heating. Plus, there is an integrated dishwasher and space for an American style fridge-freezer.  The stainless steel, Range style oven and induction hob is available by separate negotiation. The kitchen merges into a snug, seating area – the perfect solution for busy gatherings. Joined to the kitchen and snug is a spacious dining room, with an ornamental fireplace recess and a stripped pine cupboard, home to the gas boiler. To the left of the entrance hall is the living room.  This has a rustic bricked up fireplace, with a cast iron log burner and a bay window, offering clear views of Dartmoor and North Tawton High Street. From the kitchen, and to the left of the dining room, is a garden room: an entrance/exit to the back patio with an oblique double glazed roof. From the garden room, is access to a modern block double garage/utility area, with an automatic door, built in cupboards, space for washing machine and a tumble dryer and shelf storage. A staircase in the entrance hall presents a galleried landing space, with an immediate door giving admission to the loft, with an easy access stairwell – all above head height. The loft makes an ideal storage space, or could be converted into a 6th bedroom / living area – subject to necessary permissions. To the right is the main bathroom; a contemporary suite with chrome fittings, waterfall faucets, a dual heated towel rail, automatic LED lighting and a washbasin with an under cupboard.   The shower cubicle has its own drying compartment. Also to the right are 2 double bedrooms, one of which has an ensuite bathroom. To the left are three bedrooms; the master bedroom has  a Victorian style cast iron fireplace, a bay window and an en suite shower room, stylistically in keeping with the main bathroom. The second bedroom features 2 built in wardrobe, and the third is a single bedroom. ANNEXE 73 High Street includes a self-contained annexe with its own entrance and access from the street. Additionally it is separately metered and has its own council tax rating. This would be ideal for an elderly relative, family member or guest and could create a useful income if desired. OUTSIDE The garden curves around the property. There is a spacious patio with stonewalled landscaped banks, laced with attractive shrubs and perennials – think alfresco dining on hazy summer nights. Two sets of stone steps lead to the upper garden; to the right is a tended lawn area and to the left is a double shed (with mains power), a greenhouse and beyond a selection of mature fruit trees (including a pear, cooking apple and a cherry). * Note : the green storage unit at the top of the garden is not part of the sale. There is off road parking, in front of the double garage and another access point to the left of the garage, provides a route straight through to the garden. Council tax band : F Utilities  : Mains Drainage : Mains Heating : Gas DIRECTIONS : From Crediton take the A377 for about 4 miles to Copplestone.  At the traffic lights bear left taking the A3072.  Follow the A3072 for about 7 miles (passing through the village of Bow).  Turn right at the crossroads, signed for North Tawton.  Follow the road until it reaches a mini roundabout.  73 High Street is just past the roundabout on the right. NORTH TAWTON is a small town, built alongside the banks of ‘The River Taw’. Settlements in and around the ‘Taw Valley’ experience a haven-like quality, between the often steep-edged hillsides – a contrast to other areas of more open farmland. The town has a selection of shops, a primary school, The Fountain and The White Hart pubs and an undeniably pretty square. For more choice, by way of facilities the larger town of Okehampton is only 5 miles up the road – where access to the A30 dual carriageway (a link to the City of Exeter) can also be found. North Tawton, as with many Devon towns has a prime medieval church, with a west spire adorned with oak shingles. The town is also known for its superb creamery. The Taw Valley Creamery (est 1974) produces award -winning cheeses, revered locally and nationally. Covid-19 Update   Our team are working from their homes to help stop the spread of this awful virus.   We’re on the phone, email, and Facebook Messenger too – and we’d love to hear from you!   If you’re interested to view a property, please still get in touch – that way we can register your interest and let you know as soon as viewings are back to normal again.   We have 3d tours and video tours posted in our Facebook group Helmores Property Premiere so be sure to join the group so you don’t miss out any property updates.   Our valuers are ready and waiting to give you advice over the phone – we have many many years experience and can give you a good idea of price without seeing your property.   For current sales going through, our sales progressor Jonathan is flat out keeping current property sales running as smoothly as possible. If you have any concerns or questions get in touch.   As an independent local business, we’re doing all we can to help people in Crediton get through these challenging times, and we will get through this together – please stay safe. 73 High Street is a 5 bedroom detached property, with a neat landscaped garden and a sublime outlook of Dartmoor – a wave on the skyline. Care has been placed into the property’s interior – with a design that is intuitive and modern, complementing a comfortable lifestyle. Some notable features include; beautiful chrome fittings in the bathrooms and auto lighting, Corian kitchen surfaces and Hive central heating controls. A gas boiler in the dining room area provides the heating & hot water – linked to conventional radiators. There is also a self contained annexe, with separate access from the street. GROUND FLOOR A uPVC door leads to an entrance vestibule, followed by a glazed period door into a hallway. Together with much of the ground floor, the entrance hall features solid oak flooring.  Additionally it has elegant timber panelling to dado height, and houses the Hive central heating controls. At the far end of the hall is a cloakroom; a WC with a built in cistern, basin/under cupboard and a dual heated towel rail. To the right is a modern, contemporary kitchen, featuring Corian work surfaces, a central island/breakfast bar with a unified 13amp USB tower, stylish coloured glass splash backs, a stainless steel sink with a boiling hot water tap and under plinth heating. Plus, there is an integrated dishwasher and space for an American style fridge-freezer.  The stainless steel, Range style oven and induction hob is available by separate negotiation.  The kitchen merges into a snug, seating area – the perfect solution for busy gatherings. Joined to the kitchen and snug is a spacious dining room, with an ornamental fireplace recess and a stripped pine cupboard, home to the gas boiler. To the left of the entrance hall is the living room.  This has a rustic bricked up fireplace, with a cast iron log burner and a bay window, offering clear views of Dartmoor and North Tawton High Street. From the kitchen, and to the left of the dining room, is a garden room: an entrance/exit to the back patio with an oblique double glazed roof. From the garden room, is access to a modern block double garage/utility area, with an automatic door, built in cupboards, space for washing machine and a tumble dryer and shelf storage. A staircase in the entrance hall presents a galleried landing space, with an immediate door giving admission to the loft, with an easy access stairwell – all above head height. The loft makes an ideal storage space, or could be converted into a 6th bedroom / living area – subject to necessary permissions. To the right is the main bathroom; a contemporary suite with chrome fittings, waterfall faucets, a dual heated towel rail, automatic LED lighting and a washbasin with an under cupboard.   The shower cubicle has its own drying compartment. Also to the right are 2 double bedrooms, one of which has an ensuite bathroom. To the left are three bedrooms; the master bedroom has  a Victorian style cast iron fireplace, a bay window and an en suite shower room, stylistically in keeping with the main bathroom. The second bedroom features 2 built in wardrobe, and the third is a single bedroom. ANNEXE  73 High Street includes a self-contained annexe with its own entrance and access from the street. Additionally it is separately metered and has its own council tax rating. This would be ideal for an elderly relative, family member or guest and could create a useful income if desired. OUTSIDE The garden curves around the property. There is a spacious patio with stonewalled landscaped banks, laced with attractive shrubs and perennials – think alfresco dining on hazy summer nights. Two sets of stone steps lead to the upper garden; to the right is a tended lawn area and to the left is a double shed (with mains power), a greenhouse and beyond a selection of mature fruit trees (including a pear, cooking apple and a cherry). * Note : the green storage unit at the top of the garden is not part of the sale. There is off road parking, in front of the double garage and another access point to the left of the garage, provides a route straight through to the garden. Council tax band : F Utilities  : Mains Drainage : Mains Heating : Gas DIRECTIONS  : From Crediton take the A377 for about 4 miles to Copplestone.  At the traffic lights bear left taking the A3072.  Follow the A3072 for about 7 miles (passing through the village of Bow).  Turn right at the crossroads, signed for North Tawton.  Follow the road until it reaches a mini roundabout.  73 High Street is just past the roundabout on the right. NORTH TAWTON  is a small town, built alongside the banks of ‘The River Taw’. Settlements in and around the ‘Taw Valley’ experience a haven-like quality, between the often steep-edged hillsides – a contrast to other areas of more open farmland. The town has a selection of shops, a primary school, The Fountain and The White Hart pubs and an undeniably pretty square. For more choice, by way of facilities the larger town of Okehampton is only 5 miles up the road – where access to the A30 dual carriageway (a link to the City of Exeter) can also be found. North Tawton, as with many Devon towns has a prime medieval church, with a west spire adorned with oak shingles. The town is also known for its superb creamery. The Taw Valley Creamery (est 1974) produces award -winning cheeses, revered locally and nationally. Covid-19 Update   Our team are working from their homes to help stop the spread of this awful virus.   We’re on the phone, email, and Facebook Messenger too – and we’d love to hear from you!   If you’re interested to view a property, please still get in touch – that way we can register your interest and let you know as soon as viewings are back to normal again.   We have 3d tours and video tours posted in our Facebook group Helmores Property Premiere so be sure to join the group so you don’t miss out any property updates.   Our valuers are ready and waiting to give you advice over the phone – we have many many years experience and can give you a good idea of price without seeing your property.   For current sales going through, our sales progressor Jonathan is flat out keeping current property sales running as smoothly as possible. If you have any concerns or questions get in touch.   As an independent local business, we’re doing all we can to help people in Crediton get through these challenging times, and we will get through this together – please stay safe. Substantial detached former farmhouse 5 bedrooms & superb 2 bed annexe 2 reception rooms & lovely kitchen/diner En-suite & family bathrooms & shower room Double garage + parking for 3 cars Beautiful gardens, lawn, patio & vegetable plots Mains gas central heating & double glazing Potential loft conversion and annexe / holiday let!

Primary schools


  • Glendale Road, Okehampton, EX20 1JB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fort Road, Okehampton, EX20 1GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

3 bed detached House

Zeal Monachorum, Crediton, Devon, EX17

listed on 2021-04-10  Bradleys   

Zeal Monachorum, Crediton, Devon, EX17 Offers over £500,000 Receptions: 2 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 An individual detached family house, which was built in the 1920's enjoys a magnificent setting right on the very edge of the village, from where it commands widespread views over the neighbouring farmland and open countryside Front door leading to ... Entrance Hall Stairs to first floor landing, doors to ... Sitting Room 6.81m x 3.73m (22'4' x 12'3') Double glazed bay window to front with fantastic views over surrounding fields and countryside. Radiator, log burner, double glazed windows to rear. Kitchen/Diner 6.81m x 5.41m (22'4' x 17'9') Double glazed bay window to front, modern fitted kitchen with Rayburn and additional oven, wine Cooler,Built in, Dishwasher base cupboards and drawers, roll edged worktop, sink and drainer, space for white goods. Downstairs WC Close coupled WC, wash hand basin, door to ... Boot Room Door leading out to the rear garden. First Floor Landing Loft access, double glazed window overlooking the village. Doors to ... Bedroom One 4.55m x 4.24m (14'11' x 13'11') Double glazed bay window to front with spectacular outlook over countryside. Radiator. Bedroom Three 3.45m x 2.16m (11'4' x 7'1') Double glazed windows to rear overlooking the village. Radiator. Bedroom Two 4.24m x 4.06m (13'11' x 13'4') Double glazed bay window to front with fantastic views over countryside and Dartmoor. Cast iron Victorian fireplace. Bathroom Double shower cubicle with shower screen, wash hand basin, close coupled WC, corner spa bath, double glazed windows to rear overlooking the village. Outside There is a single garage, off road parking for approximately 3/4 vehicles at least. Panoramic views from the front and side of the property, looking over countryside and Dartmoor. Enclosed rear garden with two good sized sheds/kennels, hot tub (which will be staying), electrics from the main entrance of the property leading onto the driveway. Agents note In accordance with the Estate Agents Act 1979 we declare that the vendor of this property is related to an Employee of Bradleys Estate Agents. Directions Leaving our office in Crediton High Street, proceed in the Barnstaple direction and continue until reaching the village of Copplestone, here bear left into the A3072 road signposted to North Tawton and Okehampton. After approximately 2 miles turn right signposted Down St Mary and then immediately turn left into an unmarked lane and continue for a further mile and a half until reaching a T-junction, here turn left and follow this lane until reaching Zeal Monachorum village. West Waie will be found to be the very first house on the right hand side.

Primary schools


  • Glendale Road, Okehampton, EX20 1JB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fort Road, Okehampton, EX20 1GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

2 bed House

Chichacott, Okehampton Sold Subject to Contract

Grade 2 listed barn Peaceful location Large private garden 2 large bedrooms Refurbished throughout New kitchen and bathroom Double garage + parking Access to A30 Attractive BARN CONVERSION, recently refurbished with LARGE PRIVATE GARDEN set in a QUIET LOCATION. 2 reception; 2 large bedrooms; DOUBLE GARAGE and parking; easy access to A30 SITUATION/DESCRIPTION The property is situated on a quiet country lane in the hamlet of Chichacott approximately 2 miles East of Okehampton. Okehampton on the northern tip of Dartmoor benefits from a variety of independent shops, well known supermarkets, public houses and restaurants. There is primary and secondary education and the towns sports facilities include, leisure centre, football, rugby, cricket and golf clubs. Easy access to the A30 trunk road finds the cathedral city of Exeter 22 miles to the east with the regions main airport and a link to the M5 motorway. The property which is Grade II listed having been converted in the late 1980's is of stone and cob construction under a pitched tile roof. The windows are double glazed whilst the property is heated via radiators from an oil fired boiler and open fire in the sitting room. The conversion has been sympathetically done retaining many period features and large windows provide an abundance of light to the kitchen and dining room. A staircase with galleried landing leads to the first floor where there are two large double bedrooms and a large bathroom. A stand out feature is the large attractive enclosed garden set predominately to lawn and incorporating a paved patio and ornamental pond. There is a double garage within the grounds and also generous additional parking. This fine example of an early barn conversion is offered with no onward chain. ACCOMMODATION Reference made to any fixture, fittings, appliances or any of the building services does not imply that they are in working order or have been tested by us. Purchasers should establish the suitability and working condition of these items and services themselves. The accommodation, together with approximate room sizes, is as follows: Solid timber door with glazed insert leads to: ENTRANCE HALL Stairs to first floor; radiator; door to: CLOAKROOM Low level w.c; wash hand basin with vanity cupboard under; radiator. Glass panelled partition with door leads to: DINING ROOM 13' 8' x 12' 5 (max)' (4.19m x 3.78m) Hardwood double glazed door to paved patio; exposed natural stone walls and ceiling timbers; 4 wall lights; radiator; T.V. point; telephone point; open access leads to: SITTING ROOM 17' 1' x 15' 0' (5.22m x 4.58m) Window to rear overlooking garden and feature window to front; feature stone fireplace with slate hearth; attractive plank and muntin style panelling; exposed ceiling timbers. telephone point; 2 radiators; 4 wall lights. KITCHEN 9' 10' x 15' 4 (max)' (3.00m x 4.67m) Dual aspect windows to side and rear; newly installed range of modern units under roll top work surfaces; breakfast bar; one and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer with splashback; integrated dishwasher and fridge; eye level electric double oven; induction hob with hood and extractor fan over; downlighters; radiator; T.V. point; telephone point. UTILITY 10' 7' x 5' 1' (3.25m x 1.57m) Feature window to front; stable door to outside; wall and base units under roll top work surfaces; space and plumbing for automatic washing machine; appliance space for tumble dryer; appliance space for fridge/freezer; floor mounted oil fired boiler. Return to entrance hall and staircase leads to: FIRST FLOOR LANDING Galleried landing with skylight to front; storage cupboard; radiator; hatch to loft; doors to: BEDROOM ONE 15' 10' x 15' 1' (4.85m x 4.61m) Window to rear; mirror fronted; built-in wardrobe; extensive shelving; telephone point; T.V. point; radiator. BATHROOM 11' 11' x 8' 6' (3.64m x 2.61m) Window to rear; His and Hers wash hand basin with vanity cupboards under; Quadrant shower with dual mains attachment; enclosed bath with shower attachment; low level w.c; ladder heated towel rail; airing cupboard housing pressurised water system. BEDROOM TWO 13' 5' x 13' 3' (4.10m x 4.05m) Dual aspect; extensive built-in mirror doored wardrobe; T.V. point; radiator; 4 wall lights. OUTSIDE Immediately to front of the barn a level path leads to the front door. To the side a pedestrian gate gives access to a paved area with adjoining flower beds and step to the side entrance door. Double gates lead to the driveway and in turn to a: DOUBLE GARAGE 27' 1' x 17' 8' (8.27m x 5.40m) Incorporating office with telephone point. Dual electric roller doors; power and light connected; roof storage. To the side is located the oil storage tank and there is also an outside water tap. GARDEN The garden, which is south facing, is very private being bordered on 3 sides by mature hedging. Set predominantly to lawn but also incorporating a paved patio and ornamental pond. Within the garden there is also a good size greenhouse. SERVICES Mains electricity, mains water and private drainage. Oil fired central heating. OUTGOINGS We understand this property is in band ' E ' for Council Tax purposes. VIEWING Strictly by appointment with MANSBRIDGE BALMENT, Okehampton Office on 01837 52371. DIRECTIONS From our offices in Okehampton proceed in a easterly direction following the signs for Crediton. After leaving the town proceed for approximately 1 mile climbing the hill to Chichacott cross.Turn left at the crossroads and continue for 300 yards where the property can be found on the left.

Primary schools


  • Glendale Road, Okehampton, EX20 1JB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fort Road, Okehampton, EX20 1GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

5 bed House

, Hatherleigh, Okehampton EX20 3JP

An impressive Grade Two Listed house, understood to date from the 19th century, with possible earlier origins. The property is situated within the heart of the historic and sought after Market Town of Hatherleigh and the local amenities it has to offer. The property contains spacious, exceptionally well-presented accommodation, retaining a number of interesting architectural features, including an early 19th century shop front, sash windows, moulded cornicing, decorative frieze and attractive fireplaces. The accommodation in brief comprises an inviting entrance hallway, living room, drawing room, dining room, kitchen/ breakfast room, utility room, cloakroom and store on the ground floor. On the first floor, the landing leads to two double bedrooms and a large family bathroom. Through a 'secret' door, there are a further two double bedrooms. Steps then lead up to the master suite, complete with a dressing room an en suite bathroom. On the lower ground floor there is a cellar. The current owners have in the past run a successful B&B at the property and it may even suit those looking for dual occupancy, or just wanting a large family home offering plenty of space. The property has the benefit of a good size, enclosed rear garden, approached over a secluded cobbled courtyard. At the top of the garden views can be enjoyed over the town to the Dartmoor tors. There is also a useful workshop.

Primary schools


  • Glendale Road, Okehampton, EX20 1JB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fort Road, Okehampton, EX20 1GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

5 bed House

Newlands Mill, North Tawton

Large Family Home…B&B Potential? This incredibly spacious Grade II Listed period property was superbly refurbished 10-12 years ago & offers nearly 1,700sqft of beautiful accommodation, including five bedrooms, three reception rooms & three bath/shower rooms, plus good-sized gardens & ample parking. Large Family Home…B&B Potential? This incredibly spacious Grade II Listed period property was superbly refurbished 10-12 years ago & offers nearly 1,700sqft of beautiful accommodation, including five bedrooms, three reception rooms & three bath/shower rooms, plus good-sized gardens & ample parking. Large Family Home…B&B Potential? This incredibly spacious Grade II Listed period property was superbly refurbished 10-12 years ago and offers nearly 1,700sqft of beautiful accommodation, including five bedrooms, three reception rooms and three bath/shower rooms, plus good-sized gardens and ample parking. Newlands Mill House is a very attractive Grade II Listed attached house, situated on the edge of North Tawton between Okehampton & Crediton - it has great road access to these towns, the A30 and Dartmoor. The current owner went to great lengths to refurbish and renovate the property 10-12 years ago and it is now found in fantastic order throughout. The expansive accommodation reaches 248sqm / 2,668sqft and includes five large double bedrooms, with an en-suite & bay window to the master, plus a family bathroom and separate shower room and a lovely open galleried landing. Heading downstairs we have a magnificent living room with a bay window (refurbished sash windows) and an open-fire, a garden room/study and a dining room with wood-burning stove found adjacent to the kitchen breakfast room. These rooms offer great flexibility for the next owner. The kitchen has a Range style cooker, integrated dishwasher and fridge with attractive floor tiling running through to the utility room. There is also a downstairs WC. The property has mains gas central heating via a Worcester boiler which was replaced in 2018. Outside: To the rear is an enclosed lawned garden (17m x 11.5m) with the original mill wheel on show, a lovely feature from the property’s origins. To the front is a level and enclosed garden of 15m x 7.1m (min.) which is paved and stone chipped, with two raised beds and a garden shed too. The off-road parking area offers ample parking for 6-8 cars (12.4m x 9.3m). Please see the floorplan for room sizes. Utilities: Mains gas, electric, water, telephone & broadband Fastest broadband speed within this postcode: Up to 26Mbps Drainage: Mains drainage Heating: Mains gas central heating (new boiler in 2018) Listed: Grade II Listed Tenure: Freehold DIRECTIONS : Use EX20 2BB, the private driveway to this house is located directly next to the bridge, not down the lane which serves the other properties found behind. NORTH TAWTON is a small town, built alongside the banks of ‘The River Taw’. Settlements in and around the ‘Taw Valley’ experience a haven-like quality, between the often steep-edged hillsides – a contrast to other areas of more open farmland. The town has a selection of shops, a primary school, cafe and an undeniably pretty square. Within 5 minutes drive of the property is The Railway pub which is popular with the locals for its good food. For more choice, by way of facilities the larger town of Okehampton is only 5 miles up the road – where access to the A30 dual carriageway (a link to the City of Exeter) can also be found. North Tawton, as with many Devon towns has a prime medieval church, with a west spire adorned with oak shingles. The town is also known for its superb creamery. The Taw Valley Creamery (est 1974) produces award -winning cheeses, revered locally and nationally. Covid-19 Update Our team are working from their homes to help stop the spread of this awful virus.   We’re on the phone, email, and Facebook Messenger too – and we’d love to hear from you!   If you’re interested to view a property, please still get in touch – that way we can register your interest and let you know as soon as viewings are back to normal again.   We have 3d tours and video tours posted in our Facebook group Helmores Property Premiere so be sure to join the group so you don’t miss out any property updates.   Our valuers are ready and waiting to give you advice over the phone – we have many many years experience and can give you a good idea of price without seeing your property.   For current sales going through, our sales progressor Jonathan is flat out keeping current property sales running as smoothly as possible. If you have any concerns or questions get in touch.   As an independent local business, we’re doing all we can to help people in Crediton get through these challenging times, and we will get through this together – please stay safe. Newlands Mill House is a very attractive Grade II Listed attached house, situated on the edge of North Tawton between Okehampton & Crediton - it has great road access to these towns, the A30 and Dartmoor. The current owner went to great lengths to refurbish and renovate the property 10-12 years ago and it is now found in fantastic order throughout. The expansive accommodation reaches 248sqm / 2,668sqft and includes five large double bedrooms, with an en-suite & bay window to the master, plus a family bathroom and separate shower room and a lovely open galleried landing. Heading downstairs we have a magnificent living room with a bay window (refurbished sash windows) and an open-fire, a garden room/study and a dining room with wood-burning stove found adjacent to the kitchen breakfast room. These rooms offer great flexibility for the next owner. The kitchen has a Range style cooker, integrated dishwasher and fridge with attractive floor tiling running through to the utility room. There is also a downstairs WC. The property has mains gas central heating via a Worcester boiler which was replaced in 2018. Outside: To the rear is an enclosed lawned garden (17m x 11.5m) with the original mill wheel on show, a lovely feature from the property’s origins. To the front is a level and enclosed garden of 15m x 7.1m (min.) which is paved and stone chipped, with two raised beds and a garden shed too. The off-road parking area offers ample parking for 6-8 cars (12.4m x 9.3m). Please see the floorplan for room sizes. Utilities: Mains gas, electric, water, telephone & broadband Fastest broadband speed within this postcode: Up to 26Mbps Drainage: Mains drainage Heating: Mains gas central heating (new boiler in 2018) Listed: Grade II Listed Tenure: Freehold DIRECTIONS : Use EX20 2BB, the private driveway to this house is located directly next to the bridge, not down the lane which serves the other properties found behind. NORTH TAWTON is a small town, built alongside the banks of ‘The River Taw’. Settlements in and around the ‘Taw Valley’ experience a haven-like quality, between the often steep-edged hillsides – a contrast to other areas of more open farmland. The town has a selection of shops, a primary school, cafe and an undeniably pretty square. Within 5 minutes drive of the property is The Railway pub which is popular with the locals for its good food. For more choice, by way of facilities the larger town of Okehampton is only 5 miles up the road – where access to the A30 dual carriageway (a link to the City of Exeter) can also be found. North Tawton, as with many Devon towns has a prime medieval church, with a west spire adorned with oak shingles. The town is also known for its superb creamery. The Taw Valley Creamery (est 1974) produces award -winning cheeses, revered locally and nationally. Covid-19 Update   Our team are working from their homes to help stop the spread of this awful virus.   We’re on the phone, email, and Facebook Messenger too – and we’d love to hear from you!   If you’re interested to view a property, please still get in touch – that way we can register your interest and let you know as soon as viewings are back to normal again.   We have 3d tours and video tours posted in our Facebook group Helmores Property Premiere so be sure to join the group so you don’t miss out any property updates.   Our valuers are ready and waiting to give you advice over the phone – we have many many years experience and can give you a good idea of price without seeing your property.   For current sales going through, our sales progressor Jonathan is flat out keeping current property sales running as smoothly as possible. If you have any concerns or questions get in touch.   As an independent local business, we’re doing all we can to help people in Crediton get through these challenging times, and we will get through this together – please stay safe. Incredibly Spacious Grade II Listed House Beautiful accommodation of nearly 250sqm / 1,700sqft Five double bedrooms & three bath/shower rooms Three reception rooms, inc. a wonderful lounge with bay window Sizeable gardens & off-road parking Superbly refurbished throughout 10-12 years ago Kitchen breakfast room & utility Mains gas central heating (new boiler in 2018) Suitable as large home, or as a B&B Being sold with no onward chain

Primary schools


  • Glendale Road, Okehampton, EX20 1JB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fort Road, Okehampton, EX20 1GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

5 bed semi-detached House

North Tawton

** VIEWING TOUR AVAILABLE ** Large Family Home.B&B Potential? This incredibly spacious Grade II Listed period property was superbly refurbished 10-12 years ago and offers nearly 1,700sqft of beautiful accommodation, including five bedrooms, three reception rooms and three bath/shower rooms, plus good-sized gardens and ample parking. ** VIEWING TOUR AVAILABLE ** Large Family Home.B&B Potential? This incredibly spacious Grade II Listed period property was superbly refurbished 10-12 years ago and offers nearly 1,700sqft of beautiful accommodation, including five bedrooms, three reception rooms and three bath/shower rooms, plus good-sized gardens and ample parking. Newlands Mill House is a very attractive Grade II Listed attached house, situated on the edge of North Tawton between Okehampton & Crediton - it has great road access to these towns, the A30 and Dartmoor. Newlands Mill House, was the house of the former corn mill owner which was still operational until the mid 1970s. The mill wheel was used to generate electricity using the water from the Leat until the Leat was redirected and the water serving the wheel stopped. The corn mill and Newlands Mill House are believed to be the first buildings in the area to have electricity in the 19th Century. The current owner went to great lengths to refurbish and renovate the property 10-12 years ago and it is now found in fantastic order throughout. The expansive accommodation reaches 248sqm / 2,668sqft and includes five large double bedrooms, with an en-suite & bay window to the master, plus a family bathroom and separate shower room and a lovely open galleried landing. Heading downstairs we have a magnificent living room with a bay window (refurbished sash windows) and an open-fire, a garden room/study and a dining room with wood-burning stove found adjacent to the kitchen breakfast room. These rooms offer great flexibility for the next owner. The kitchen has a Range style cooker, integrated dishwasher and fridge with attractive floor tiling running through to the utility room. There is also a downstairs WC. The floor tiles in the downstairs hallways are original Victorian Minton tiles which are still in very good condition. The property has mains gas central heating via a Worcester boiler which was replaced in 2018. Outside: To the rear is an enclosed lawned garden (17m x 11.5m) with the original mill wheel on show, a lovely feature from the property's origins. To the front is a level and enclosed garden of 15m x 7.1m (min.) which is paved and stone chipped, with two raised beds and a garden shed too. The off-road parking area offers ample parking for 6-8 cars (12.4m x 9.3m). The property is being offered for sale with no onward chain. Please see the floorplan for room sizes. Utilities: Mains gas, electric, water, telephone & broadband Fastest broadband speed within this postcode: Up to 26Mbps Drainage: Mains drainage Heating: Mains gas central heating (new boiler in 2018) Listed: Grade II Listed Tenure: Freehold DIRECTIONS : Use EX20 2BB, the private driveway to this house is located directly next to the bridge, not down the lane which serves the other properties found behind. NORTH TAWTON is a small town, built alongside the banks of 'The River Taw'. Settlements in and around the 'Taw Valley' experience a haven-like quality, between the often steep-edged hillsides - a contrast to other areas of more open farmland. The town has a selection of shops, a primary school, The Fountain and The White Hart pubs and an undeniably pretty square. For more choice, by way of facilities the larger town of Okehampton is only 5 miles up the road - where access to the A30 dual carriageway (a link to the City of Exeter) can also be found. North Tawton, as with many Devon towns has a prime medieval church, with a west spire adorned with oak shingles. The town is also known for its superb creamery. The Taw Valley Creamery (est 1974) produces award -winning cheeses, revered locally and nationally. Covid-19 Safety Policy We're taking safety extremely seriously, so before making a viewing appointment for this property please read our Stay Safe policy here: helmores.com/staysafe If you or any of your household have symptoms of Covid-19 or have been asked to self-isolate please stay at home. Incredibly spacious Grade II Listed house Beautiful accommodation of nearly 250sqm / 1,700 sqft Five double bedrooms & three bath/shower rooms Three reception rooms, inc a wonderful lounge with bay window Sizeable gardens & off-road parking Superbly refurbished throughout 10-12 years ago Kitchen breakfast room & utility Mains gas central heating (new boiler in 2018) Suitable as a large home, or as a B&B Being sold with no onward chain

Primary schools


  • Glendale Road, Okehampton, EX20 1JB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fort Road, Okehampton, EX20 1GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

4 bed House

Sampford Courtenay, West Devon

Property Features Beautifully presented home Wealth of beams and timbers Delightful cottage garden Guest bedroom with en suite Inglenook fireplace One of the prettiest villages in mid-Devon EX20 2SX Property Summary A delightful Grade II Listed thatched character cottage in the middle of this peaceful and charming, West Devon conservation village. 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen/breakfast room, large living room, garden to the rear, and parking for 2 cars.

Primary schools


  • Glendale Road, Okehampton, EX20 1JB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fort Road, Okehampton, EX20 1GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

3 bed semi-detached House

Upcott, Broadwoodkelly Sold

Exclusive rural development Semi detached barn conversion 3/4 bedrooms Spacious open plan accommodation Abundance of natural light Large enclosed garden Outstanding views Stone barn/workshop FINE BARN CONVERSION on this EXCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT, naturally well lit, VERSATILE ACCOMMODATION, three/four bedrooms, large ENCLOSED GARDEN, outstanding VIEWS, under floor heating, additional garden and stone BARN/WORKSHOP. SITUATION/DESCRIPTION Situated at the centre of this exclusive rural development of eight individual properties, reach by a private late, in a prime countryside location, the property's south west aspect fully embraces the outstanding countryside views. The towns of Winkleigh with good village school, shops and is within 1 mile of all amenities and North Tawton are 1 mile and 4 miles respectively, with the former market town of Okehampton approximately 8 miles and 20 miles to the east, the Cathedral City of Exeter. The local bus service to Exeter and Okehampton are within a short walk from the end of the drive and Eggesford Station is approximately 5 miles away on the Barnstaple to Exeter line. Intercity high speed trains operate from Exeter St David to London (Paddington), the Midlands and the North of England. There is also a growing number of flights to UK and International destinations from Exeter airport. A beautifully finished semi detached barn conversion with open plan living accommodation naturally well lit by an abundance of northern light and with under floor heating to the ground floor. The modern well appointed finish ensures high standard contemporary living in this delightful rural setting. The accommodation in brief comprises, entrance hall; cloakroom; dining room/ bedroom 4; open plan living room with outstanding views; naturally well lit kitchen/breakfast room with glazed North wall; utility with direct access to parking; three bedrooms, one en suite and a separate bathroom. Outside is a large enclosed garden with south west aspect and parking to the property's side. There is also and additional garden ideal for the cultivation of vegetables with an adjoining stone barn/workshop. Another fine property on this sought after rural development . Solid entrance door with obscure double glazed window and outside light leads to:- ENTRANCE HALL With stairs to first floor; under stairs storage housing oil boiler; oak flooring. Doors to:- CLOAKROOM Obscure window to front; low level w.c.; wash hand basin with vanity cupboard under. STORAGE CUPBOARD Housing underfloor heating manifold. DINING ROOM/BEDROOM FOUR/OFFICE 10' 9' x 10' 8' (3.28m x 3.26m) Window to front; telephone point; television point; oak floor with underfloor heating. LIVING ROOM 22' 11' x 12' 5' (6.99m x 3.80m) Window to rear; wood burning stove on slate plinth; two telephone points; two television points; oak floor with underfloor heating. KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 19' 8' x 15' 1' (6.00m x 4.61m) (Max) Extensive range of modern wall and floor units under block wood work surfaces; eye level double oven; induction hob with hood and extractor over; integral fridge and freezer; further island of base units under polished quartz work surfaces; inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap; integrated dishwasher; double glazed French doors to rear garden; double glazed north wall and generous roof light, the room has an abundance of natural light; oak floor with underfloor heating. UTILITY ROOM Solid door with glazed insert to outside; base units with inset stainless steel sink and drainer; extractor fan; oak floor with underfloor heating. From entrance hall, staircase leads to:- FIRST FLOOR LANDING Hatch to loft; doors to:- BEDROOM ONE 11' 10' x 10' 3' (3.62m x 3.14m) Window to side with far reaching views; radiator; television point. EN SUITE Roof lighting; rectangular shower tray and glass enclosure with dual function mains shower attachment; wash hand basin with illuminated mirror over; low level w.c.; ladder heated towel rail. BEDROOM TWO 15' 10' x 7' 9' (4.83m x 2.38m) Roof light; television point; radiator. BEDROOM THREE 11' 9' x 7' 5' (3.6m x 2.28m) Roof light; television point; radiator. BATHROOM 7' 5' x 7' 4' (2.27m x 2.26m) Roof light; panel enclosed bath with dual function mains shower over; wash hand basin with vanity drawer and mirror over; extractor fan; ladder heated towel rail. OUTSIDE The property is easily accessed from the private drive with pedestrian access to both front and side and vehicular access to parking on the north side. There is a very private enclosed rear garden which is laid to lawn and enjoys fully the outstanding countryside views with Dartmoor in the distance. Detached from the property and with an adjoining store barn is an additional area of garden ideal for the cultivation of vegetables and benefiting from far reaching views. STONE BARN 18' 10' x 14' 0' (5.75m x 4.28m) Power and light connected. To the front is additional parking. SERVICES Mains water, mains electricity, private drainage. OUTGOINGS To Be Confirmed. VIEWINGS Strictly by appointment with MANSBRIDGE BALMENT, Okehampton Office on 01837 52371. DIRECTIONS From our offices in Okehampton follow the signpost for Crediton and North Tawton via the B3215. Prior to arrival at North Tawton turn left following the sign for Winkleigh on the A3124. Continue for approximately 4 miles, turning left at the signpost for Ingleigh Green Continue for approximately .75 mile passing the turning to Broadwoodkelly. Continue, turning left into Upcott's private driveway clearly defined by our Mansbridge Balment for sale board.

Primary schools


This is a new academy which opened on 01/10/2018.
  • The Square, Winkleigh, EX19 8QF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

This school closed on 30/09/2018.
  • The Square, Winkleigh, EX19 8QF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

5 bed mid-terrace House

The Square, North Tawton

This substantial period dwelling has been extensively renovated by the existing owners. The full extent of the works can only be appreciated by seeing for yourself however there is a schedule detailed later within the particulars. The extensive accommodation is set out over three floors and offers exceptionally spacious and versatile accommodation which would suit large families or could be adapted to create an income from creating a self contained unit on the ground floor or ideal for dual family living. In addition, there is a shop currently let providing an income, large storage workshop and garage with parking and a good size, private garden. This substantial period dwelling has been extensively renovated by the existing owners. The full extent of the works can only be appreciated by seeing for yourself however there is a schedule detailed later within the particulars. The extensive accommodation is set out over three floors and offers exceptionally spacious and versatile accommodation which would suit large families or could be adapted to create an income from creating a self contained unit on the ground floor or ideal for dual family living. In addition, there is a shop currently let providing an income, large storage workshop and garage with parking and a good size, private garden. Schedule of some of the works completed by the current owners. 2013: Full damp proofing 2013-16: Full restoration of ground floor (2 reception rooms and utility room/toilet) 2015: – 16: Building work (extension) including new master bedroom and 4-piece en suite bathroom on 1st floor and sunroom with part glass roof on ground floor. 2016: Stud wall installation of upper barn for teenage use and safe storage 2016: – 17 Painting of exterior and sympathetic restoration of windows and frames including new bay in front 2017: Granite tops installed in kitchen 2018: Restoration and redecoration of what was 12b, now used as office/gym 2018: Tarmacking of drive and courtyard Internal Description The property is arranged over three floors. On the ground floor there is a commercial shop currently let to a barbers, providing an income. There are four reception rooms and a spacious utility room on this floor together with separate entrances to the front and rear. There is potential to change the ground floor layout into a self contained apartment, together with two commercial shops/offices, providing further income. The first floor has three further reception rooms, currently configured as a living room, dining room and an office. In addition there is the master bedroom en-suite, spacious kitchen with fitted units and a utility room. On the second floor there are four bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside Description Outside - The property is accessed by a recently tarmac'd driveway which leads onto a large workshop and garage. The garage is open fronted and provides parking for several vehicles. Above