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5 bed detached house

Goldsmith Lane, All Saints, Axminster, EX13 7LU

listed on 2019-04-21  Redferns   

Brief Description Main Description Cheesedown is situated in an enviable location surrounded by glorious Devon countryside yet within a short drive of the thriving market town of Axminster with its extensive range of amenities and facilities including highly regarded primary and secondary schools. The A35 is within easy reach providing swift access to major roads allowing commuting to be a viable option from this wonderful country setting. The property lends itself to be a comfortable home for both families and retired occupants alike with huge potential to extend in a variety of ways, including a vast loft space which could be converted into additional accommodation if ever required, subject of course to the necessary planning permissions/consents. The well-proportioned accommodation briefly comprises; entrance porch and reception hall with cloakroom W/C and spacious dual aspect sitting room with lovely garden and country outlooks with feature fireplace and wood burning stove. Double doors lead through to the formal dining room with a large serving hatch to the kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen is comprehensively fitted with a range of solid oak cupboards and drawers both at base and eye level and enhanced by attractive granite worktops and integrated appliances including a double oven with induction hob and dishwasher. There is also plenty of room for a family sized breakfast table and chairs. The large utility room offers additional storage and appliance space, along with walk in larder room and gardeners W/C. There is a long hallway serving the five spacious double bedrooms, all with pleasant outlooks and the guest bedrooms benefit from vanity basins whilst the master bedroom is particularly spacious with a dressing area and a large en-suite bathroom. There is also a family bathroom which is fitted with a traditional suite. The property benefits from double glazing throughout, PV and solar panels, along with a modern oil-fired heating system which all help create an efficient home to run. Axminster is a bustling market town on the eastern fringes of Devon, close to the border with West Dorset and South Somerset. The beautiful Axe Valley with its renowned bird sanctuary reaches the sea at Seaton (6 miles) and the famed beaches of the World Heritage Jurassic Coast and the resort of Lyme Regis are at a similar distance. Exeter (M5) is 24 miles, and Taunton 20 miles. Axminster itself offers a selection of shops including two supermarkets, schooling and train station that is on the direct line to London Waterloo and Exeter. It is also home to Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's famous River Cottage. The property has two driveways which lead to the substantial detached garage with workshop and store rooms, all with light and power and a remote electrically operated main door. This is a significant building which would lend itself to be converted into additional ancillary/annexe accommodation if ever required (STP). The principal drive is most impressive and certainly creates the 'wow factor' on approach, with stunning views over the gardens and grounds and countryside beyond. The parkland-like gardens will please any keen gardener, bursting with a variety of mature specimen plants, shrubs and trees creating a wonderful show and colour throughout the year. The grounds extend to 4.85 acres divided to a paddock, copse, fruit cages and large Avery's, this would be a haven for animal lovers/bird enthusiasts. VIEWING By prior appointment with Redferns 01404 814306 OUTGOINGS Council Tax Band G TENURE Freehold SERVICES We understand mains electricity and water is connected. Private drainage and Oil central heating. AGENTS NOTE Data protection act of 2017. We are now required to obtain proof of ID and proof of residence for any prospective purchaser before formally agreeing a sale. Photographic identification such as passport or driving licence, proof of residence, utility bill, council tax or official Inland Revenue correspondence. IMPORTANT NOTICE 1. Every care is taken in preparing these particulars but they do not constitute nor constitute any part of an offer or a contract. They are prepared in good faith but they are for guidance only and intended to give a fair description of the property. 2. Statements contained in these particulars are not to be relied on as statements or representations of fact and are made without responsibility on the part of the agents or vendor. An intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each statement. The vendor does not make or give and neither the agents or their employees have authority to make or give any representation or warranty in relation to the property or its use. 3. Any reference to alterations to, or use of any part of the property is not a statement that any necessary planning, building regulations or other consent has been obtained. These must be verified by any intending purchaser. 4. All properties are offered subject to contract and being unsold. No responsibility can be accepted for any expenses incurred by any intending purchaser in inspecting any property which has been sold, let or withdrawn.5. The photographs show only certain parts and aspects of the property at the time they were taken. Any areas, measurements or distances given are approximate only. 6. Descriptions of a property are inevitably subjective but we endeavour to make our particulars accurate. If there are any points of particular importance please contact us before viewing and we will be pleased to check or clarify information. Redferns is a trading name of Redferns Ottery St Mary Limited Registered in England and Wales 4817078 Registered Office 1 Broad Street, Ottery St Mary, Devon EX11 1BR Viewing Please contact us on 01404 814306 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property, or require further information. Energy Performance Certificate to view the Energy Efficiency Rating and Environmental Impact Rating for this property. Disclaimer Redferns Estate Agents endeavour to maintain accurate depictions of properties in Virtual Tours, Floor Plans and descriptions, however, these are intended only as a guide and purchasers must satisfy themselves by personal inspection.

5 bed detached house

Hawkchurch, Axminster, EX13 5XB

listed on 2020-04-04  PurpleBricks   

A beautiful thatched property within landscaped grounds of 0.4 of an acre including a two bedroom annexe, workshop and garage and a one acre paddock. Hawkchurch is a popular Devon village with local pub, school, church, shop and village hall. Half of the main property dates back centuries and comprises of a large living room with exposed timbers and a fireplace fitted with a wood burner. The more modern half of the property offers a spacious open plan kitchen/dining room with a range of fitted units with timber and granite work surfaces. The kitchen has a traditional style electric Aga benefitting from running on economy 7 electricity and additional ovens and induction hob. Double doors lead to a fabulous oak framed sun room fitted with an orangery skylight and doors out onto the courtyard garden and patio. Upstairs the original portion of the property offers a good size guest bedroom and bathroom. The rest of the property offers a large master bedroom with a range of fitted wardrobes, an additional bedroom, office and a further large bathroom suite. The driveway leads to the detached double garage with it's electric up and over door and workshop complete with power and light. Above the garage is the holiday annexe, ideal for letting and popular with visiting friends and relatives, offering a kitchen/living room, two bedrooms and bathroom. It opens onto a raised terrace with views over the countryside. Located adjacent to the property is a one acre paddock complete with outbuilding/stable and a fruit cage. The property further benefits from a new thatched roof ridge in Oct 2019, bespoke double glazed windows and central heating to radiators. Directions: From the village centre take the left fork at the war memorial down Brimley Road until you see a large blackened farm shed and unmade lane to your right. Drive down the unmade lane until you reach the bottom where you will find Appledore Cottage. Nb: Some external photos taken in summer time.

5 bed detached house

Membury Axminster Devon EX13

listed on 2019-08-07  Strutt and Parker   

A picturesque Grade II Listed thatched farmhouse, outbuildings and approx. 3.91 acres. Osmore Farm is a charming Grade II Listed thatched cottage, dating from the 16th century, with four bedrooms and extensive farm outbuildings and grounds, set in the heart of the beautiful countryside of the Blackdown Hills. Behind the property’s stone-dappled façade lies a wealth of attractive accommodation, characterised by plenty of original features, including exposed timber beams, wood panelling and original fireplaces. On the ground floor there is a welcoming sitting room and library, with a grand inglenook fireplace, fitted with a wood burning stove. The formal dining room features another large original fireplace, also with a stove fitted, and adjoins a useful office space. The kitchen/breakfast room offers plenty of storage space, and room for all of the necessary appliances, while featuring a range cooker in addition to a modern oven and hob. Upstairs, there are four good-size double bedrooms, plus a study, which could be used as a fifth bedroom if required. There is also a family bathroom. This property has 3.91 acres of land. Outside Osmore Farm is an old farmhouse, and the site includes plenty of farm outbuildings, including stable blocks and two listed barns. A gravel driveway opens out into a substantial parking area and courtyard, from which you can access the outbuildings, while the house itself is surrounded by gardens, with lawns, paved terracing and a number of mature trees and established shrubs. The grounds extend to a number of fields and paddocks, which are ideal for raising livestock or equine activities. Wonderful views can be enjoyed from much of the gardens and the land. Situation Osmore Farm is set in a beautiful rural location, surrounded by rolling countryside in the heart of the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in East Devon. The nearby villages of Membury and Stockland have village primary schools, while other amenities can be found in the towns of Chard and Axminster, which are both five miles away. Both towns offer a variety of shops, supermarkets, leisure facilities and other essential amenities, plus a good selection of schools, including the outstanding-rated Holyrood Academy in Chard. The A30 and A303 are nearby, providing connections towards Exeter and Yeovil. Axminster has a mainline station, providing direct services to London Waterloo (2 hours 43 minutes). Directions From Exeter, take the B3183 (Heavitree Road/Honiton Road) east away from the city centre, and join the A30. Proceed along the A30, through Yarcombe village and past the Yarcombe Inn as far as Retter's Garage. Turn right, onto James Lane and then turn right at the end of the lane and continue downwards to Webble Green. Turn left and follow the road to a high stone wall, where Osmore Farm can be found. Share Other features Highly attractive thatched property Approx. 3.91 acres Approx. 2,264 sq. ft. Outbuildings and stables Gallery 1/13 Other details Floorplan Virtual Viewing Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

5 bed detached house

Membury Axminster Devon EX13

listed on 2019-08-09  Strutt and Parker   

A picturesque Grade II Listed thatched farmhouse, outbuildings and approx. 3.91 acres. Osmore Farm is a charming Grade II Listed thatched cottage, dating from the 16th century, with four bedrooms and extensive farm outbuildings and grounds, set in the heart of the beautiful countryside of the Blackdown Hills. Behind the property’s stone-dappled façade lies a wealth of attractive accommodation, characterised by plenty of original features, including exposed timber beams, wood panelling and original fireplaces. On the ground floor there is a welcoming sitting room and library, with a grand inglenook fireplace, fitted with a wood burning stove. The formal dining room features another large original fireplace, also with a stove fitted, and adjoins a useful office space. The kitchen/breakfast room offers plenty of storage space, and room for all of the necessary appliances, while featuring a range cooker in addition to a modern oven and hob. Upstairs, there are four good-size double bedrooms, plus a study, which could be used as a fifth bedroom if required. There is also a family bathroom. This property has 3.91 acres of land. Outside Osmore Farm is an old farmhouse, and the site includes plenty of farm outbuildings, including stable blocks and two listed barns. A gravel driveway opens out into a substantial parking area and courtyard, from which you can access the outbuildings, while the house itself is surrounded by gardens, with lawns, paved terracing and a number of mature trees and established shrubs. The grounds extend to a number of fields and paddocks, which are ideal for raising livestock or equine activities. Wonderful views can be enjoyed from much of the gardens and the land. Situation Osmore Farm is set in a beautiful rural location, surrounded by rolling countryside in the heart of the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in East Devon. The nearby villages of Membury and Stockland have village primary schools, while other amenities can be found in the towns of Chard and Axminster, which are both five miles away. Both towns offer a variety of shops, supermarkets, leisure facilities and other essential amenities, plus a good selection of schools, including the outstanding-rated Holyrood Academy in Chard. The A30 and A303 are nearby, providing connections towards Exeter and Yeovil. Axminster has a mainline station, providing direct services to London Waterloo (2 hours 43 minutes). Directions From Exeter, take the B3183 (Heavitree Road/Honiton Road) east away from the city centre, and join the A30. Proceed along the A30, through Yarcombe village and past the Yarcombe Inn as far as Retter's Garage. Turn right, onto James Lane and then turn right at the end of the lane and continue downwards to Webble Green. Turn left and follow the road to a high stone wall, where Osmore Farm can be found. Share Other features Highly attractive thatched property Approx. 3.91 acres Approx. 2,264 sq. ft. Outbuildings and stables Gallery 1/13 Other details Floorplan Virtual Viewing Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

4 bed house

Burridge, Devon, EX13

THE PROPERTY A delightful Detached Grade II Listed former farmhouse set in an idyllic country setting with 2 barns with planning permission, gardens and a paddock. In all approximately 2 Acres. Escape to the countryside and enjoy everything that this property has to offer. The Old Farmhouse is believed to date back to the 15th century. The property is very well presented, the current owners have lovingly restored the property to create light and spacious accommodation throughout. All set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The property benefits from 2/3 reception rooms, a good-sized kitchen/dining room, 3 bathrooms, 4/5 bedrooms oil fired heating & water, surrounded by its own garden and grounds with ample parking for several cars, 2 barns which have planning permission and paddock. The property has many original features such as original inglenook fireplace with bread oven and seat. This renovated home offers practical and yet flexible accommodation along with plenty of character. Its own grounds with delightful gardens surround the property and there are two separate barns both of which have planning permission. The garden barn has planning permission for conversion into additional accommodation for holiday lets and the cart barn has planning for conversion into a studio for personal use. Whether required or not they provide plenty of scope for the future to include an additional income stream. The accommodation includes four bedrooms with a fifth located downstairs that is currently being used as a toy room, two receptions with the main living room benefiting from an Inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove. The layout of The Old Farmhouse is ideal for those purchasers looking for other ways to create income or for sharing the property with other family members by way of the potential for a self-contained annex. There is an extension which contains a reception and bedroom complete with its own French doors. This area could become self-contained accessed by the French doors thus providing its own private accessible space. There is a large kitchen and dining area which enjoys unspoilt views over the garden from two aspects. The kitchen has new Neff oven and Induction hob appliances as well as new fitted kitchen. There are bathrooms on ground floor and first floor and three staircases along with two landings. This is a very charming, light and well-presented home in which to enjoy the surrounding area and whether bringing up a family or looking for a property with potential it has so much to offer. The thatch has had remedial and new ridge in 2019. Outside Ample gardens surround the property and include raised vegetable garden and vegetable patch, orchard area containing apple, pear and plum trees, two barns, wood store, chicken run and plenty of parking. There is a lovely patio area which is well situated to take in views of the surrounding countryside. The garden is private and not overlooked. Across the lane opposite the house is also a paddock that more recently has been used by the current owners to raise pigs. Planning Permission Both barns have planning permission, this was fully reviewed by a local planning expert for the current owners when they purchased the property, basic work has been undertaken on both to maintain the planning. There is also lapsed planning permission to erect a large timber framed summer house on the concrete hardstanding in the garden (where the raised vegetable beds currently stand). The property lies just inside the East Devon border within the parish of Chardstock Village which has a good primary school, village pub and post office/shop. The small market town of Chard is about 2 miles away and the market town of Axminster only 5 miles both catering for day to day needs. The County town of Taunton is 16 miles away and within half an hours drive of the Heritage Coast at Lyme Regis. Surrounded by traditional unspoilt countryside the house enjoys a high degree of privacy but with surprisingly good access and communication. There are good regional airports at Exeter (20 miles) and Bristol. Directions From Bridport take the A35 towards Honiton. Take the turning signposted to Axminster (A358). Join the A358 and follow to the Tytherleigh Arms pub and signposted for Chardstock, turn left here and drive into the village of Chardstock. At the village pub The George Inn, turn right, then follow this lane, taking the first left hand lane signposted Hooke. Follow this lane until you come to a fork in the road, take the higher fork. Continue up the lane up the slight hill and you will see a driveway and the barn on the right hand side before you see the property.

4 bed detached house

Alston, Axminster, EX13

Devon/Somerset borders. An attractive Grade II Listed period cottage now in need of improvement and modernisation together with a range of useful outbuildings and just under 10 acres. 2 Reception, Kitchen with Aga, 3/4 Bedrooms, Bathroom. Attached Barn, stabling and workshop. Lovely level South facing land. Holly Farm is a most appealing detached period property that has been in the same ownership for over 50 years, and now represents a rare opportunity for prospective buyers to acquire a well located country property with a good holding of land and a range of buildings all of which can be updated to meet personal requirements. Robustly built with stone and rendered elevations set beneath a fibre slate roof, that was almost certainly thatched at one time, the property offers significant scope to extend into the attached barn, subject to any necessary planning requirements. The accommodation currently provides two reception rooms, cloakroom and kitchen with Aga and pantry to the ground floor and three bedrooms, bathroom and store room to the first floor. Tenure The property is of freehold tenure with vacant possession of all parts available upon completion of the purchase which will be scheduled to take place 28 days from the date of the auction, or earlier by agreement between the parties. Method of Sale and Venue The property will be offered for sale by public auction (unless previously sold). It is possible that the property may be sold prior to the auction date. It is therefore advisable for interested parties to register their interest with the Agents and it is their responsibility to check with the Agents whether the property will still be offered on the auction date. Auction Pack The Auction Pack, containing the contract and special conditions of sale, should be obtained from the Vendor’s Solicitors: Blanchards Bailey LLP, Bunbury House, Stour Park, Blandford St Mary, Blandford Forum, Dorset DT11 9LQ Ref: Mark Taylor. Tel: 01258 459361. These documents will not be read at the time of sale and all prospective purchasers will be deemed to have bid for the property in the full knowledge of their contents and shall not raise and requisition or objection whatsoever thereafter. Administration Fee The successful purchaser(s) will be liable to pay a buyers administration fee of £450 (inclusive of VAT) to the selling Agents. Lotting & Reserve It is intended that the property will be offered for sale as one lot. The property will be offered for sale subject to an undisclosed reserve and the Vendors reserve the right through their Agents to bid up to and including the reserve price. Pre-Sale Announcement Prospective purchasers are advised to arrive in plenty of time for the auction in case the Auctioneer has any preliminary announcements to make regarding amendments or addendums to the property particulars. Bidder Registration All potential bidders are required to register their details with Greenslade Taylor Hunt prior to the commencement of the auction by completing a Bidder Registration Form. Further details are available from the Agents upon request. Consumer Protection Regulations Whilst we endeavour to make our sales details accurate and reliable, if there is any point which is of particular interest to you please contact the office and we will be pleased to confirm the position for you, particularly if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property. Guide Price: An indication of the seller’s current minimum acceptable price at auction. The guide price or range of guide prices is given to assist consumers in deciding whether or not to pursue a purchase. It is usual, but not always the case, that a provisional reserve range is agreed between the seller and the auctioneer at the start of marketing. As the reserve is not fixed at this stage and can be adjusted by the seller at any time up to the day of the auction in the light of interest shown during the marketing period, a guide price is issued. This guide price can be shown in the form of a minimum and maximum price range within which an acceptable sale price (reserve) would fall, or as a single price figure within 10% of which the minimum acceptable price (reserve) would fall. A guide price is different to a reserve price (see separate definition). Both the guide price and the reserve price can be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction. Reserve Price: the seller’s minimum acceptable price at auction and the figure below which the auctioneer cannot sell. The reserve price is not disclosed and remains confidential between the seller and the auctioneer. Both the guide price and the reserve price can be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction. Holly Farm enjoys a highly convenient and accessible location in this peaceful corner of East Devon, close to the border with both Somerset and Dorset, and surrounded by glorious unspoilt countryside. The thriving villages of Chardstock and All Saints provide an excellent range of amenities, both within 1.5 miles, with a choice of primary schools, post office/general store, community halls and pub/restaurants whilst the traditional market town of Axminster is just 3 miles to the South. In addition to the usual range of retailers, Axminster benefits from a number of specialist shops including Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's River Cottage Canteen and an intercity rail service (London Waterloo). The World Heritage Jurassic Coast is about 9 miles away at Lyme Regis and the Cathedral City of Exeter some 25 miles to the West. A 5 bar gate leads from the road into a tarmac courtyard/parking area with buildings that include a galvanised pole barn, open fronted garage and useful block built workshop, together with a lawned front garden. At the rear of the property is the former stable yard with independent road access and a range of pony boxes, hay store and tack room. The land is mainly level and divided into four principal enclosures all protected by established hedges with a number of field shelters and water troughs. The whole area is believed to extend to an estimated 9.8 Acres. It should be noted that a bridleway runs between the house and the stable yard, giving direct and easy access to quiet off road riding. There is also a footpath that crosses the west paddock.

detached house plus land for sale

10 acres, Alston, Axminster, EX13, Devon - UKLandandFarms.co.uk

listed on 2020-03-20  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

10 acres, Alston, Axminster, EX13, Devon For Sale - From £500,000 Devon/Somerset borders. An attractive Grade II Listed period cottage now in need of improvement and modernisation together with a range of useful outbuildings and just under 10 acres. 2 Reception, Kitchen with Aga, 3/4 Bedrooms, Bathroom. Attached Barn, stabling and workshop. Lovely level South facing land. Holly Farm is a most appealing detached period property that has been in the same ownership for over 50 years, and now represents a rare opportunity for prospective buyers to acquire a well located country property with a good holding of land and a range of buildings all of which can be updated to meet personal requirements. Robustly built with stone and rendered elevations set beneath a fibre slate roof, that was almost certainly thatched at one time, the property offers significant scope to extend into the attached barn, subject to any necessary planning requirements. The accommodation currently provides two reception rooms, cloakroom and kitchen with Aga and pantry to the ground floor and three bedrooms, bathroom and store room to the first floor. Tenure The property is of freehold tenure with vacant possession of all parts available upon completion of the purchase which will be scheduled to take place 28 days from the date of the auction, or earlier by agreement between the parties. Method of Sale and Venue The property will be offered for sale by public auction (unless previously sold). It is possible that the property may be sold prior to the auction date. It is therefore advisable for interested parties to register their interest with the Agents and it is their responsibility to check with the Agents whether the property will still be offered on the auction date. Auction Pack The Auction Pack, containing the contract and special conditions of sale, should be obtained from the Vendor's Solicitors: Blanchards Bailey LLP, Bunbury House, Stour Park, Blandford St Mary, Blandford Forum, Dorset DT11 9LQ Ref: Mark Taylor. Tel: 01258 459361. These documents will not be read at the time of sale and all prospective purchasers will be deemed to have bid for the property in the full knowledge of their contents and shall not raise and requisition or objection whatsoever thereafter. Administration Fee The successful purchaser(s) will be liable to pay a buyers administration fee of £450 (inclusive of VAT) to the selling Agents. Lotting & Reserve It is intended that the property will be offered for sale as one lot. The property will be offered for sale subject to an undisclosed reserve and the Vendors reserve the right through their Agents to bid up to and including the reserve price.    Pre-Sale Announcement Prospective purchasers are advised to arrive in plenty of time for the auction in case the Auctioneer has any preliminary announcements to make regarding amendments or addendums to the property particulars. Bidder Registration All potential bidders are required to register their details with Greenslade Taylor Hunt prior to the commencement of the auction by completing a Bidder Registration Form. Further details are available from the Agents upon request. Consumer Protection Regulations Whilst we endeavour to make our sales details accurate and reliable, if there is any point which is of particular interest to you please contact the office and we will be pleased to confirm the position for you, particularly if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property. Guide Price: An indication of the seller's current minimum acceptable price at auction. The guide price or range of guide prices is given to assist consumers in deciding whether or not to pursue a purchase. It is usual, but not always the case, that a provisional reserve range is agreed between the seller and the auctioneer at the start of marketing. As the reserve is not fixed at this stage and can be adjusted by the seller at any time up to the day of the auction in the light of interest shown during the marketing period, a guide price is issued. This guide price can be shown in the form of a minimum and maximum price range within which an acceptable sale price (reserve) would fall, or as a single price figure within 10% of which the minimum acceptable price (reserve) would fall. A guide price is different to a reserve price (see separate definition). Both the guide price and the reserve price can be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction. Reserve Price: the seller's minimum acceptable price at auction and the figure below which the auctioneer cannot sell. The reserve price is not disclosed and remains confidential between the seller and the auctioneer. Both the guide price and the reserve price can be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction. Holly Farm enjoys a highly convenient and accessible location in this peaceful corner of East Devon, close to the border with both Somerset and Dorset, and surrounded by glorious unspoilt countryside. The thriving villages of Chardstock and All Saints provide an excellent range of amenities, both within 1.5 miles, with a choice of primary schools, post office/general store, community halls and pub/restaurants whilst the traditional market town of Axminster is just 3 miles to the South. In addition to the usual range of retailers, Axminster benefits from a number of specialist shops including Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's River Cottage Canteen and an intercity rail service (London Waterloo). The World Heritage Jurassic Coast is about 9 miles away at Lyme Regis and the Cathedral City of Exeter some 25 miles to the West. A 5 bar gate leads from the road into a tarmac courtyard/parking area with buildings that include a galvanised pole barn, open fronted garage and useful block built workshop, together with a lawned front garden. At the rear of the property is the former stable yard with independent road access and a range of pony boxes, hay store and tack room. The land is mainly level and divided into four principal enclosures all protected by established hedges with a number of field shelters and water troughs. The whole area is believed to extend to an estimated 9.8 Acres. It should be noted that a bridleway runs between the house and the stable yard, giving direct and easy access to quiet off road riding. There is also a footpath that crosses the west paddock.

2 bed detached house

Deep Cut, Shute, Axminster, Devon

listed on 2020-02-15  Gordon and Rumsby   

14th May 2020 - Situation Update Following the surprise announcement yesterday that we can reopen, I can confirm that we are back at work in some form with immediate effect. For the time being, the staff are furloughed and so there is only one person manning the office. Please be patient with us! With regards to viewing properties, please bear in mind that there will be strict controls in how we do this. Viewings can only be carried out where there are no vulnerable occupants in a property and where no viewers (or agent) are showing any symptoms. More than one person (but only from the same household and no children) will be allowed inside theproperty and viewers will need to bring their own mask and gloves and be asked not to touch anything during the viewing. Social distancing will have to be observed as much as possible. Please only view if you are sure the house might be 'the one' for you. Thank you for your understanding! A marvellous opportunity to live the 'Good Life' and become more self sufficient with this small holding in the lovely East Devon area, about 5 miles from Axminster. Lying in a partly sloping south east facing site of around 2 acres is a very versatile and slightly quirky detached house. The accommodation comprises two large first floor bedrooms, one with generous en-suite, additional first floor shower room, large living room with multi-fuel stove, spacious and modern kitchen/dining room, utility room (or annexe kitchen), ground floor bedroom with en-suite shower room. The ground floor bedroom, shower room and utility/kitchen make an ideal self-contained annexe and having the benefit of its own front door, could be used as a separate letting unit or as accommodation for a relative. Equally if preferred, these rooms can be part of the main house. There is a block paved driveway providing parking and turning space and leading to the garage. In addition to the good sized garage, there is a work shop and separate store room. The beautiful garden lies on three sides of the house with a lower decked seating area, leading onto a lawn with planting beds and to the other side of the house is a sloping garden with a feature stream running through and into a pond. The gardens are thoughtfully planted and well stocked with colour. The remaining land is set out into two paddocks, a small orchard and a vegetable garden. The property has its own well water and septic tank and lends itself to having solar panels. There is central heating throughout which is currently run by oil but in time (and if desired) a new owner could cross over to air source or ground source heating. The land offers the opportunity for growing fruit and vegetables and keeping small animals. The current owners offer grazing for local sheep, which could be continued or not. The original part of the house is quite old and has been extended through the years, offering bright accommodation with a modern feel. A wonderful bonus of the location is fabulous views down the valley which can be enjoyed from both inside and out.