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5 bed detached house

Crediton Devon EX17

listed on 2020-05-17  Strutt and Parker   

A well-presented character property with approximately 1.76 acres and outbuildings. Old Frogmire is a classic ‘three bay cross passage’ (originally open hall) vernacular farmhouse in the heart of rural Mid Devon. It is situated in a secluded valley equidistant between the sought-after village of Sandford and the market town of Crediton. Frogmire was first recorded in ‘The Place names of Devon’ in 1261 “Froggemere juxta Crydyton”. The property is built on an ancient site and, today, still maintains some unique medieval architectural features. On entering the house from the south, you are immediately enveloped by the history of the building. The present owners revealed these features which have since been well researched and accredited. Despite the high quality interior and it’s recent exposure the house is not listed. A trefoil (squint) window, inglenook fire place with salting chamber, oak screens and fine carved timbers suggests the high status occupancy during the 16th and 17th centuries, reflecting the communal and social life of past times. The house was later upgraded and gentrified by the Georgians, who are thought to have raised the roof by 3ft to create new architectural features, room proportions, decorative architecture and fenestration. The southerly aspect of the house allows the light to flood in through the Georgian windows. The Georgians also added a double storey outshot along the north elevation. This was originally a creamery and salting rooms for farm use but they have now been converted to a long kitchen, inner hall with staircase, laundry and utility room. The present owners have blended these two historical eras and added their own additions to bring the building into the 21st Century, resulting in a comfortable family home with practical proportions and empathetic additions. An entrance hall separates two main reception rooms (a large drawing room and dining room) and leads to a long kitchen to the rear of the house. There is a large boot room/office, WC, laundry, larder and utility, an inner hall and staircase. The first floor has four large south facing bedrooms, a good-sized guest room and two bathrooms. This property has 1.76 acres of land. Outside On first arrival the house is approached by a private farm lane to the north. However the house faces south and has a secluded garden. Old Frogmire was the ‘home farm’ to the Creedy Park Estate from the 1600‘s, located immediately to the west. In 1990 the house was separated and sold from its immediate farmyard, farmland and parkland but maintained a paddock and orchard and a spacious garden. The well-proportioned lawned garden has a gravelled parking area surrounded by landscaped shrubbery, borders, pergola and terrace. To the north, the house looks out over paddocks, an orchard and equestrian sand school and onto the village of Sandford. There are two vegetables gardens, a greenhouse and polytunnel. The adjacent outbuildings and workshop offer huge versatility of function. The property is surrounded by agricultural land and has an option to purchase the approximate five acre field immediately to the south, by separate negotiation. Outbuildings: The garden is surrounded by three cobbled yards with outbuildings. The lower yard has a 54’ cob barn, garage and additional link building. It occupies its own private space and may offer redevelopment potential ( an annexe is included in the house deeds), subject to the purchaser obtaining planning permission. The middle cobbled yard has been uniquely planted with summer flowers for wildlife and is connected to an approximate 40’ workshop/ party space. The top yard had been upgraded with an open, oak-timbered garage and stable block opposite a row of small, delightful stables. Situation The property sits in the peace of Mid Devon, equidistant between both Exmoor and Dartmoor. Communications are excellent, being situated just off the main Crediton to Sandford B road and is approximately half a mile from both with a connecting cycle path. The A377 road then links the property to Exeter, just 9 miles to the east, and Barnstaple 25 miles to the west. Crediton Station (with free car park) is an approximate 12 minute rail journey to the two stations in Exeter or the Tarka Trail railway journey takes you northwest to Barnstaple. All local routes are also well supplied with buses. Regular intercity trains operate from Exeter St. David’s station to London Paddington and via Salisbury to Waterloo. Exeter International Airport provides flights to a range of domestic and international destinations, including daily flights to London City Airport. Cross-Channel ferry services operate from Plymouth to Brittany and northern Spain. Sandford has a popular Primary School and pre-school facilities. It has two pubs and two churches, a village community shop and a close community with clubs, groups, music and festivals. There is a football pitch, tennis court and the village is well connected with footpaths and bridle paths. Between Sandford and Crediton (immediately next to the house) is Sandford Cricket Club and the sound of ‘wood on willow’ is a summer fixture. Crediton has a comprehensive range of everyday facilities including churches, schools, banks, post-office, shops, supermarkets, health centre, library and leisure complex, and a regular farmers market in the Square. The Cathedral City of Exeter has a wide range of educational, cultural, recreational and shopping facilities. It has a number of excellent independent schools including Exeter School (boys and girls) and The Maynard (girls). Other schools in the area include Blundells in Tiverton (boys and girls). Exeter has a superb university on an elevated campus overlooking the City, and the renowned rugby club of the Exeter Chiefs. Fishing is on the Yeo, Creedy and Exe, plus the Torridge and Taw, and reservoirs on Dartmoor and the East Devon coastline. Golf is found at Morchard Road, Crediton, Newton St Cyres, Exeter and Tiverton, and a links course at Saunton Sands. Directions From Crediton, proceed north on Jockey Hill towards Sandford. Turn left at the sign for Newbuildings/Morchard Bishop and take the next left turn almost immediately into the private lane. Old Frogmire can be found shortly afterwards on the left hand side. Share Other features Detached five bedroom home Beautiful gardens Paddock Outbuildings Gallery 1/15 Other details Map & Street View Map View Street View

6 bed detached house

Stags | 6 bedroom property for sale in Copplestone, Crediton

listed on 2019-11-13  Stags   

Copplestone, Crediton Guide price £850,000 | 6 bedrooms | 6.5 acres Property features • Double Garage • 6.5 Acres • Workshop/Outbuildings • 6 Bedrooms • 32' Living Room • Sitting Room & Dining Room • 2 Bed Holiday Cottage • Attractive Gardens & Grounds SITUATION Copplestone has a number of day to day amenities including village stores and modern top OFSTED rated primary school. There is a bus service from Copplestone to Exeter and there is also a railway station at Copplestone on the Tarka line (Exeter to Barnstaple). Approximately four miles to the east is the large market town of Crediton which has a comprehensive range of amenities including a variety of high street shops, supermarkets, schooling, doctors' surgery and recreational pursuits. The university and cathedral city of Exeter is approximately twelve miles distant and has a wealth of facilities befitting a centre of its importance. Exeter also has a mainline railway station to London Waterloo and Paddington and Exeter International Airport lies four miles to the east of the city. DESCRIPTION The property represents a great opportunity to have a family home whilst operating a business from the commercial property. The property is approached directly from the A377 Exeter to Barnstaple road. A private shared drive gives access to the yard and buildings and a private drive leads on to the house where there is a large parking and turning area. THE HOUSE The house was built in the late 90's and has brick elevations with double glazed windows throughout all under a tiled roof. A portico gives shelter to the front door. On the ground floor there are 3 spacious reception rooms including a 32' living room with Minster style fireplace and patio doors onto the conservatory. The kitchen is fully fitted with an extensive range of cupboards and drawers with work surface over and large central island. There is a built-in double oven and hob with extractor over and integral dishwasher. Other supporting rooms include the spacious entrance hall, shower room, cloakroom and utility room where there is access to the garage. On the first floor there are 6 bedrooms, all with appealing views over the gardens and grounds. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room. There is also a family bathroom. A spacious landing has a large airing cupboard. THE HOLIDAY COTTAGE The cottage is well laid out and has been converted in recent years. There is a large entrance porch leading to the main room, an open plan sitting, dining and kitchen. The kitchen has a range of cupboards and drawers with work surface over, built-in Lamona oven with hob and extractor over, stainless steel single drainer sink and dishwasher. There are two good bedrooms, one including an en-suite shower room and there is also a separate bathroom. There is a private patio, with access from the sitting room, as well as a garden. OUTSIDE The property is surrounded by well established and beautifully landscaped gardens which offer a variety of flowering plants, shrubs and small ornamental trees. The house is well screened from the yard by a range of mature trees, other trees include hornbeam, mountain ash, tulip and liquid amber. The patio to the rear of the property is a fantastic space which can be accessed from the kitchen, dining room and conservatory. It is bordered by pretty flower beds leading on to the lawn creating a very attractive setting. At the rear of the property is a useful garden and toolshed/workshop with work surface and storage drawers. Beyond is a further area currently used for garden machinery. Both buildings have power and light, the toolshed/workshop also benefits from a concrete floor. Beyond the garden is a large area of paddock which incorporates a large pond, chicken run and hardstanding with an open-fronted shelter for machinery. COMMERCIAL BUILDING AND YARD The fully concreted yard is approached through a gated entrance to the left of the main drive and has been installed with an interceptor system for all surface run off. Situated to the left hand side of the yard is a substantial building constructed of galvanised steel, extending to 4212sq ft. There are two double height sliding doors, one to the side and one to the end, creating easy and level access. Light, power and water are available. NB PLANNING CONSENTS The occupation of the dwelling must be by a person solely or mainly employed, or last employed, in the operation or work of the adjoining yard. VIEWING Strictly by appointment only through the agents, Stags, on 01884 235705. DIRECTIONS From Copplestone head to Barnstaple on the A377. Proceed past the new housing on your right and after about 1/2 a mile the entrance to the property is on the right hand side. SERVICES Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating for the house and separate oil fired central heating for the cottage.   Read more

5 bed detached house

Crediton Devon EX17

listed on 2020-05-14  Strutt and Parker   

A well-presented character property with approximately 1.76 acres and outbuildings. Old Frogmire is a classic ‘three bay cross passage’ (originally open hall) vernacular farmhouse in the heart of rural Mid Devon. It is situated in a secluded valley equidistant between the sought-after village of Sandford and the market town of Crediton. Frogmire was first recorded in ‘The Place names of Devon’ in 1261 “Froggemere juxta Crydyton”. The property is built on an ancient site and, today, still maintains some unique medieval architectural features. On entering the house from the south, you are immediately enveloped by the history of the building. The present owners revealed these features which have since been well researched and accredited. Despite the high quality interior and it’s recent exposure the house is not listed. A trefoil (squint) window, inglenook fire place with salting chamber, oak screens and fine carved timbers suggests the high status occupancy during the 16th and 17th centuries, reflecting the communal and social life of past times. The house was later upgraded and gentrified by the Georgians, who are thought to have raised the roof by 3ft to create new architectural features, room proportions, decorative architecture and fenestration. The southerly aspect of the house allows the light to flood in through the Georgian windows. The Georgians also added a double storey outshot along the north elevation. This was originally a creamery and salting rooms for farm use but they have now been converted to a long kitchen, inner hall with staircase, laundry and utility room. The present owners have blended these two historical eras and added their own additions to bring the building into the 21st Century, resulting in a comfortable family home with practical proportions and empathetic additions. An entrance hall separates two main reception rooms (a large drawing room and dining room) and leads to a long kitchen to the rear of the house. There is a large boot room/office, WC, laundry, larder and utility, an inner hall and staircase. The first floor has four large south facing bedrooms, a good-sized guest room and two bathrooms. This property has 1.76 acres of land. Outside On first arrival the house is approached by a private farm lane to the north. However the house faces south and has a secluded garden. Old Frogmire was the ‘home farm’ to the Creedy Park Estate from the 1600‘s, located immediately to the west. In 1990 the house was separated and sold from its immediate farmyard, farmland and parkland but maintained a paddock and orchard and a spacious garden. The well-proportioned lawned garden has a gravelled parking area surrounded by landscaped shrubbery, borders, pergola and terrace. To the north, the house looks out over paddocks, an orchard and equestrian sand school and onto the village of Sandford. There are two vegetables gardens, a greenhouse and polytunnel. The adjacent outbuildings and workshop offer huge versatility of function. The property is surrounded by agricultural land and has an option to purchase the approximate five acre field immediately to the south, by separate negotiation. Outbuildings: The garden is surrounded by three cobbled yards with outbuildings. The lower yard has a 54’ cob barn, garage and additional link building. It occupies its own private space and may offer redevelopment potential ( an annexe is included in the house deeds), subject to the purchaser obtaining planning permission. The middle cobbled yard has been uniquely planted with summer flowers for wildlife and is connected to an approximate 40’ workshop/ party space. The top yard had been upgraded with an open, oak-timbered garage and stable block opposite a row of small, delightful stables. Situation The property sits in the peace of Mid Devon, equidistant between both Exmoor and Dartmoor. Communications are excellent, being situated just off the main Crediton to Sandford B road and is approximately half a mile from both with a connecting cycle path. The A377 road then links the property to Exeter, just 9 miles to the east, and Barnstaple 25 miles to the west. Crediton Station (with free car park) is an approximate 12 minute rail journey to the two stations in Exeter or the Tarka Trail railway journey takes you northwest to Barnstaple. All local routes are also well supplied with buses. Regular intercity trains operate from Exeter St. David’s station to London Paddington and via Salisbury to Waterloo. Exeter International Airport provides flights to a range of domestic and international destinations, including daily flights to London City Airport. Cross-Channel ferry services operate from Plymouth to Brittany and northern Spain. Sandford has a popular Primary School and pre-school facilities. It has two pubs and two churches, a village community shop and a close community with clubs, groups, music and festivals. There is a football pitch, tennis court and the village is well connected with footpaths and bridle paths. Between Sandford and Crediton (immediately next to the house) is Sandford Cricket Club and the sound of ‘wood on willow’ is a summer fixture. Crediton has a comprehensive range of everyday facilities including churches, schools, banks, post-office, shops, supermarkets, health centre, library and leisure complex, and a regular farmers market in the Square. The Cathedral City of Exeter has a wide range of educational, cultural, recreational and shopping facilities. It has a number of excellent independent schools including Exeter School (boys and girls) and The Maynard (girls). Other schools in the area include Blundells in Tiverton (boys and girls). Exeter has a superb university on an elevated campus overlooking the City, and the renowned rugby club of the Exeter Chiefs. Fishing is on the Yeo, Creedy and Exe, plus the Torridge and Taw, and reservoirs on Dartmoor and the East Devon coastline. Golf is found at Morchard Road, Crediton, Newton St Cyres, Exeter and Tiverton, and a links course at Saunton Sands. Directions From Crediton, proceed north on Jockey Hill towards Sandford. Turn left at the sign for Newbuildings/Morchard Bishop and take the next left turn almost immediately into the private lane. Old Frogmire can be found shortly afterwards on the left hand side. Share Other features Detached five bedroom home Beautiful gardens Paddock Outbuildings Gallery 1/15 Other details Map & Street View Map View Street View

6 bed detached house

Stags | 6 bedroom property for sale in Copplestone, Crediton

listed on 2019-11-13  Stags   

Copplestone, Crediton Guide price £850,000 | 6 bedrooms | 6.5 acres Property features • 6 Bedrooms • 32' Living Room • Sitting Room & Dining Room • 2 Bed Holiday Cottage • Attractive Gardens & Grounds • Double Garage • 6.5 Acres • Workshop/Outbuildings SITUATION Copplestone has a number of day to day amenities including village stores and modern top OFSTED rated primary school. There is a bus service from Copplestone to Exeter and there is also a railway station at Copplestone on the Tarka line (Exeter to Barnstaple). Approximately four miles to the east is the large market town of Crediton which has a comprehensive range of amenities including a variety of high street shops, supermarkets, schooling, doctors' surgery and recreational pursuits. The university and cathedral city of Exeter is approximately twelve miles distant and has a wealth of facilities befitting a centre of its importance. Exeter also has a mainline railway station to London Waterloo and Paddington and Exeter International Airport lies four miles to the east of the city. DESCRIPTION The property represents a great opportunity to have a family home whilst operating a business from the commercial property. The property is approached directly from the A377 Exeter to Barnstaple road. A private shared drive gives access to the yard and buildings and a private drive leads on to the house where there is a large parking and turning area. THE HOUSE The house was built in the late 90's and has brick elevations with double glazed windows throughout all under a tiled roof. A portico gives shelter to the front door. On the ground floor there are 3 spacious reception rooms including a 32' living room with Minster style fireplace and patio doors onto the conservatory. The kitchen is fully fitted with an extensive range of cupboards and drawers with work surface over and large central island. There is a built-in double oven and hob with extractor over and integral dishwasher. Other supporting rooms include the spacious entrance hall, shower room, cloakroom and utility room where there is access to the garage. On the first floor there are 6 bedrooms, all with appealing views over the gardens and grounds. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room. There is also a family bathroom. A spacious landing has a large airing cupboard. THE HOLIDAY COTTAGE The cottage is well laid out and has been converted in recent years. There is a large entrance porch leading to the main room, an open plan sitting, dining and kitchen. The kitchen has a range of cupboards and drawers with work surface over, built-in Lamona oven with hob and extractor over, stainless steel single drainer sink and dishwasher. There are two good bedrooms, one including an en-suite shower room and there is also a separate bathroom. There is a private patio, with access from the sitting room, as well as a garden. OUTSIDE The property is surrounded by well established and beautifully landscaped gardens which offer a variety of flowering plants, shrubs and small ornamental trees. The house is well screened from the yard by a range of mature trees, other trees include hornbeam, mountain ash, tulip and liquid amber. The patio to the rear of the property is a fantastic space which can be accessed from the kitchen, dining room and conservatory. It is bordered by pretty flower beds leading on to the lawn creating a very attractive setting. At the rear of the property is a useful garden and toolshed/workshop with work surface and storage drawers. Beyond is a further area currently used for garden machinery. Both buildings have power and light, the toolshed/workshop also benefits from a concrete floor. Beyond the garden is a large area of paddock which incorporates a large pond, chicken run and hardstanding with an open-fronted shelter for machinery. COMMERCIAL BUILDING AND YARD The fully concreted yard is approached through a gated entrance to the left of the main drive and has been installed with an interceptor system for all surface run off. Situated to the left hand side of the yard is a substantial building constructed of galvanised steel, extending to 4212sq ft. There are two double height sliding doors, one to the side and one to the end, creating easy and level access. Light, power and water are available. NB PLANNING CONSENTS The occupation of the dwelling must be by a person solely or mainly employed, or last employed, in the operation or work of the adjoining yard. VIEWING Strictly by appointment only through the agents, Stags, on 01884 235705. DIRECTIONS From Copplestone head to Barnstaple on the A377. Proceed past the new housing on your right and after about 1/2 a mile the entrance to the property is on the right hand side. SERVICES Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating for the house and separate oil fired central heating for the cottage.   Read more

5 bed detached house

Cheriton Fitzpaine, Exeter, EX17

THE PROPERTY Traditional Devon farmhouse • Entrance hall • Sitting room • Drawing room • Study • Kitchen/breakfast room • Dining room • Utility room • Cloakroom • Boot room • Laundry • Principal bedroom/shower room suite • 3 further bedrooms • Family bathroom • Annexe bedsit/shower room suite • separate office • Tack room • Double garage • American barn with 4 loose boxes and covered yard area • Large 3 bay barn with indoor yard • Former cow barn with workshop and stables • Front and rear gardens • Orchard with pond • Post and railed pasture paddocks About 4.9 acres A further nearby pasture paddock of about 9.75 acres is also available, by separate negotiation, if required EPC Rating: D.

4 bed semi-detached house

Spreyton Crediton Devon EX17

listed on 2020-01-09  Strutt and Parker   

A beautifully converted semi-detached 4 bedroom barn with gardens, stables and a paddock. Cullaford Barn is a former threshing barn that has been converted to a very high standard to provide comfortable family accommodation. The property retains its original character, with contemporary additions creating the spacious and naturally well-lit accommodation. The property has underfloor heating throughout the first two floors. The accommodation comprises a naturally lit open plan, double height living area of approximately 30’ x 17’ and 20’ in height with exposed beams, a Palazetti wood burning stove, oak flooring and a beautiful feature window, a stylish kitchen lies at one end with Lamona integrated appliances and fitted units and an oak staircase leading to the ground floor bedrooms, a mezzanine level office is found above the kitchen, overlooking the main living space, and is accessed via a spiral staircase, a further boot room, utility room, boiler room are found with rear access to the gardens. A separate WC completes the accommodation on this level. Downstairs there are four double bedrooms and a very spacious family bathroom with a freestanding bath and walk in shower. The master bedroom has an en suite shower room with a walk in shower. This property has 2.95 acres of land. Outside Cullaford Barn is approached from the lane, through wooden double gates, onto a gravelled driveway leading to the property and a parking area for several cars. The south-facing garden, of approximately 0.73 acres, is laid to lawn surrounding the driveway and is lined with established trees and stock proof fencing. The turnout paddock is currently used for grazing. A sun terrace is found to the east of the property and is very private and enclosed, providing a safe space for families. A further pedestrian gate leads out onto the lane and garage opposite. Cullaford Barn has several outbuildings including a recently erected stable block with two boxes and a hay store/tack room, a kennel and gardeners shed, all adjacent to the garden and turn out paddock. A further stone barn lies opposite the property, alongside the entrance to the paddock. Cullaford Barn benefits from a paddock of 2.12 acres. Set across the lane from the property the paddock is accessed through a five bar gate. Please note that this does not have to be included. Situation Cullaford Barn is located in a peaceful hamlet a mile from the village of Spreyton, just north of Dartmoor National Park. The village has a thriving community with amenities including a primary school, garage, church, village hall, a community run village shop and the well-renowned Tom Cobley Public House, winner of numerous awards. Chagford, 7 miles away, offers a wide range of amenities, including churches, Post Office, banks, health and dental centres and excellent sports facilities. There are also a wide range of shops, including a delicatessen, ironmongers, wine merchant, art galleries and a number of boutiques. The award-winning Gidleigh Park Hotel is just over 8 miles away. Bovey Castle, 10 miles away, has a championship golf course and superb spa facilities. Okehampton, approximately 11 miles away, has extensive shopping facilities, two supermarkets, one of which is a Waitrose, Okehampton College, rated’ Outstanding’ by Ofsted and the Okehampton hospital with excellent health services and an A&E department. The Cathedral city of Exeter is just 20 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 many new 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. There are also a growing number of flights to UK and international destinations from Exeter airport, including a route to London City airport with three flights a day. Directions From Exeter take the A30 westwards towards Okehampton. After 15 miles turn off at the Whiddon Down exit, sign posted A382. After about 600 yards, opposite the Post Inn turn right onto the road sign posted North Tawton, A3124. After 3 miles turn right, signposted for Spreyton and after ¾ mile the gated entrance for Cullaford Barn is found on the right. Share Other features Beautiful barn conversion Open plan living space 4 bedrooms Gardens Stables and paddock Peaceful location Gallery 1/17 Other details Floorplan Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

4 bed semi-detached house

Spreyton Crediton Devon EX17

listed on 2020-01-08  Strutt and Parker   

A beautifully converted semi-detached 4 bedroom barn with gardens, stables and a paddock. Cullaford Barn is a former threshing barn that has been converted to a very high standard to provide comfortable family accommodation. The property retains its original character, with contemporary additions creating the spacious and naturally well-lit accommodation. The property has underfloor heating throughout the first two floors. The accommodation comprises a naturally lit open plan, double height living area of approximately 30’ x 17’ and 20’ in height with exposed beams, a Palazetti wood burning stove, oak flooring and a beautiful feature window, a stylish kitchen lies at one end with Lamona integrated appliances and fitted units and an oak staircase leading to the ground floor bedrooms, a mezzanine level office is found above the kitchen, overlooking the main living space, and is accessed via a spiral staircase, a further boot room, utility room, boiler room are found with rear access to the gardens. A separate WC completes the accommodation on this level. Downstairs there are four double bedrooms and a very spacious family bathroom with a freestanding bath and walk in shower. The master bedroom has an en suite shower room with a walk in shower. This property has 2.95 acres of land. Outside Cullaford Barn is approached from the lane, through wooden double gates, onto a gravelled driveway leading to the property and a parking area for several cars. The south-facing garden, of approximately 0.73 acres, is laid to lawn surrounding the driveway and is lined with established trees and stock proof fencing. The turnout paddock is currently used for grazing. A sun terrace is found to the east of the property and is very private and enclosed, providing a safe space for families. A further pedestrian gate leads out onto the lane and garage opposite. Cullaford Barn has several outbuildings including a recently erected stable block with two boxes and a hay store/tack room, a kennel and gardeners shed, all adjacent to the garden and turn out paddock. A further stone barn lies opposite the property, alongside the entrance to the paddock. Cullaford Barn benefits from a paddock of 2.12 acres. Set across the lane from the property the paddock is accessed through a five bar gate. Please note that this does not have to be included. Situation Cullaford Barn is located in a peaceful hamlet a mile from the village of Spreyton, just north of Dartmoor National Park. The village has a thriving community with amenities including a primary school, garage, church, village hall, a community run village shop and the well-renowned Tom Cobley Public House, winner of numerous awards. Chagford, 7 miles away, offers a wide range of amenities, including churches, Post Office, banks, health and dental centres and excellent sports facilities. There are also a wide range of shops, including a delicatessen, ironmongers, wine merchant, art galleries and a number of boutiques. The award-winning Gidleigh Park Hotel is just over 8 miles away. Bovey Castle, 10 miles away, has a championship golf course and superb spa facilities. Okehampton, approximately 11 miles away, has extensive shopping facilities, two supermarkets, one of which is a Waitrose, Okehampton College, rated’ Outstanding’ by Ofsted and the Okehampton hospital with excellent health services and an A&E department. The Cathedral city of Exeter is just 20 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 many new 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. There are also a growing number of flights to UK and international destinations from Exeter airport, including a route to London City airport with three flights a day. Directions From Exeter take the A30 westwards towards Okehampton. After 15 miles turn off at the Whiddon Down exit, sign posted A382. After about 600 yards, opposite the Post Inn turn right onto the road sign posted North Tawton, A3124. After 3 miles turn right, signposted for Spreyton and after ¾ mile the gated entrance for Cullaford Barn is found on the right. Share Other features Beautiful barn conversion Open plan living space 4 bedrooms Gardens Stables and paddock Peaceful location Gallery 1/17 Other details Floorplan Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

4 bed semi-detached house

Spreyton Crediton Devon EX17

listed on 2018-11-04  Strutt and Parker   

A beautifully converted semi-detached 4 bedroom barn with gardens and stables. Cullaford Barn is a former threshing barn that has been converted to a very high standard to provide comfortable family accommodation. The property retains its original character, with contemporary additions creating the spacious and naturally well-lit accommodation. The property has underfloor heating throughout the first two floors. The accommodation comprises a naturally lit open plan, double height living area of approximately 30’ x 17’ and 20’ in height with exposed beams, a Palazetti wood burning stove, oak flooring and a beautiful feature window, a stylish kitchen lies at one end with Lamona integrated appliances and fitted units and an oak staircase leading to the ground floor bedrooms, a mezzanine level office is found above the kitchen, overlooking the main living space, and is accessed via a spiral staircase, a further boot room, utility room, boiler room are found with rear access to the gardens. A separate WC completes the accommodation on this level. Downstairs there are four double bedrooms and a very spacious family bathroom with a freestanding bath and walk in shower. The master bedroom has an en suite shower room with a walk in shower. This property has 0.73 acres of land. Outside Cullaford Barn is approached from the lane, through wooden double gates, onto a gravelled driveway leading to the property and a parking area for several cars. The south-facing garden, of approximately 0.73 acres, is laid to lawn surrounding the driveway and is lined with established trees and stock proof fencing. A sun terrace is found to the east of the property and is very private and enclosed, providing a safe space for families. A further pedestrian gate leads out onto the lane and garage opposite. Cullaford Barn has several outbuildings including a recently erected stable block with two boxes and a hay store/tack room, a kennel and gardeners shed, all adjacent to the garden. A paddock of approximately 2.12 acres, set across the lane from the property, is also available for purchase by separate negotiation. Situation Cullaford Barn is located in a peaceful hamlet a mile from the village of Spreyton, just north of Dartmoor National Park. The village has a thriving community with amenities including a primary school, garage, church, village hall, a community run village shop and the well-renowned Tom Cobley Public House, winner of numerous awards. Chagford, 7 miles away, offers a wide range of amenities, including churches, Post Office, banks, health and dental centres and excellent sports facilities. There are also a wide range of shops, including a delicatessen, ironmongers, wine merchant, art galleries and a number of boutiques. The award-winning Gidleigh Park Hotel is just over 8 miles away. Bovey Castle, 10 miles away, has a championship golf course and superb spa facilities. Okehampton, approximately 11 miles away, has extensive shopping facilities, two supermarkets, one of which is a Waitrose, Okehampton College, rated’ Outstanding’ by Ofsted and the Okehampton hospital with excellent health services and an A&E department. The Cathedral city of Exeter is just 20 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 many new 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. There are also a growing number of flights to UK and international destinations from Exeter airport, including a route to London City airport with three flights a day. Directions From Exeter take the A30 westwards towards Okehampton. After 15 miles turn off at the Whiddon Down exit, sign posted A382. After about 600 yards, opposite the Post Inn turn right onto the road sign posted North Tawton, A3124. After 3 miles turn right, signposted for Spreyton and after ¾ mile the gated entrance for Cullaford Barn is found on the right. Share Other features Beautiful barn conversion Open plan living space 4 bedrooms Gardens Stables Peaceful location Gallery 1/15 Other details Floorplan Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

4 bed semi-detached house

Spreyton Crediton Devon EX17

listed on 2019-01-03  Strutt and Parker   

A beautifully converted semi-detached 4 bedroom barn with gardens and stables. Cullaford Barn is a former threshing barn that has been converted to a very high standard to provide comfortable family accommodation. The property retains its original character, with contemporary additions creating the spacious and naturally well-lit accommodation. The property has underfloor heating throughout the first two floors. The accommodation comprises a naturally lit open plan, double height living area of approximately 30’ x 17’ and 20’ in height with exposed beams, a Palazetti wood burning stove, oak flooring and a beautiful feature window, a stylish kitchen lies at one end with Lamona integrated appliances and fitted units and an oak staircase leading to the ground floor bedrooms, a mezzanine level office is found above the kitchen, overlooking the main living space, and is accessed via a spiral staircase, a further boot room, utility room, boiler room are found with rear access to the gardens. A separate WC completes the accommodation on this level. Downstairs there are four double bedrooms and a very spacious family bathroom with a freestanding bath and walk in shower. The master bedroom has an en suite shower room with a walk in shower. This property has 0.73 acres of land. Outside Cullaford Barn is approached from the lane, through wooden double gates, onto a gravelled driveway leading to the property and a parking area for several cars. The south-facing garden, of approximately 0.73 acres, is laid to lawn surrounding the driveway and is lined with established trees and stock proof fencing. A sun terrace is found to the east of the property and is very private and enclosed, providing a safe space for families. A further pedestrian gate leads out onto the lane and garage opposite. Cullaford Barn has several outbuildings including a recently erected stable block with two boxes and a hay store/tack room, a kennel and gardeners shed, all adjacent to the garden. A paddock of approximately 2.12 acres, set across the lane from the property, is also available for purchase by separate negotiation. Situation Cullaford Barn is located in a peaceful hamlet a mile from the village of Spreyton, just north of Dartmoor National Park. The village has a thriving community with amenities including a primary school, garage, church, village hall, a community run village shop and the well-renowned Tom Cobley Public House, winner of numerous awards. Chagford, 7 miles away, offers a wide range of amenities, including churches, Post Office, banks, health and dental centres and excellent sports facilities. There are also a wide range of shops, including a delicatessen, ironmongers, wine merchant, art galleries and a number of boutiques. The award-winning Gidleigh Park Hotel is just over 8 miles away. Bovey Castle, 10 miles away, has a championship golf course and superb spa facilities. Okehampton, approximately 11 miles away, has extensive shopping facilities, two supermarkets, one of which is a Waitrose, Okehampton College, rated’ Outstanding’ by Ofsted and the Okehampton hospital with excellent health services and an A&E department. The Cathedral city of Exeter is just 20 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 many new 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. There are also a growing number of flights to UK and international destinations from Exeter airport, including a route to London City airport with three flights a day. Directions From Exeter take the A30 westwards towards Okehampton. After 15 miles turn off at the Whiddon Down exit, sign posted A382. After about 600 yards, opposite the Post Inn turn right onto the road sign posted North Tawton, A3124. After 3 miles turn right, signposted for Spreyton and after ¾ mile the gated entrance for Cullaford Barn is found on the right. Share Other features Beautiful barn conversion Open plan living space 4 bedrooms Gardens Stables Peaceful location Gallery 1/15 Other details Floorplan Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View