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8 bed detached house

Iddesleigh, Winkleigh, Devon, EX19

listed on 2020-01-04  Knight Frank   

Amenities Property type House Tenure Freehold A magnificent Grade II Listed country house in a mature parkland setting Ash House is a very private ring-fenced estate, with remarkable uninterrupted views towards Dartmoor. The estate is presented in superb order and incredibly efficient to run, following sympathetic and extensive refurbishment. Four secondary dwellings and equestrian facilities. About 125 acres. Ash House is a superb example of a Grade II Listed manor house with a well-documented history. Extensively renovated and remodelled by the current owners, Ash House is an exceptionally efficient house to run compared to many others of this scale and presents itself as a beautifully appointed family home that is supremely comfortable and manageable. One of the many striking features that stand out is the layout and flow that works so well for a modern family. Notably when the occasion arises, the house can also entertain on a grand scale with flexible bedroom accommodation and sumptuously appointed reception rooms. Secondary accommodation includes an attached 4 bedroom cottage, a 1 bedroom guest apartment with independent access, a detached 3 bedroom cottage with private garden and an independent 2 bedroom apartment. The gardens and grounds at Ash House are stunning and lend both enchantment and protection from the outside world. The newly constructed 20m heated swimming pool is enclosed within a walled garden and the hard tennis court is conveniently nearby, perfect for summer entertainment. The modern farm buildings and newly constructed stables are set away from the house with separate access. There are numerous blocks of mixed woodland. The fields to the north have been mainly been divided into easily managed post and rail paddocks, each with a water drinker. A high quality 60x25m outdoor riding school has also been constructed by the present owner. Location information Ash House is situated in one of Devon’s most beautiful and unspoilt areas, with the house occupying an elevated south-facing position with uninterrupted views to Dartmoor. The nearest villages are Monkokehampton and Iddesleigh. The historic village of Iddesleigh has been described as an excellent example of a cob and thatch village and has the well renowned pub, The Duke of York. This traditional country pub was where Michael Morpurgo, the famous author of ‘War Horse’, encountered a veteran of the First World War, whose account of his experiences inspired this classic story. The village is situated on a southern facing slope and offers great views to Dartmoor’s highest point, Higher Willhays. The market towns of Okehampton and Hatherleigh are within easy reach for day-to-day amenities, with Okehampton offering a Waitrose supermarket. Exeter 27 miles. North Devon Coast at Croyde 31 miles. Dartmoor 9 miles. Exeter St David’s Station 27 miles (All distances are approximate) Read more

6 bed house

IddesleighWinkleigh, Devon, EX19 8SQ

listed on 2020-01-04  Savills   

Ash House is a superb example of a Grade II Listed manor house with a well documented history. Standing on the southern edge of the Parish of Iddesleigh, the house occupies a commanding position that affords fine views over the valley and to Dartmoor beyond. Extensively renovated and remodelled by the current owners, Ash House presents itself as a beautifully appointed family home that is supremely comfortable (and manageable) and yet when the occasion arises, the house can entertain on a grand scale. One of the many striking features that stands out is the layout and flow that works so well for a modern family. Entering the magnificent drawing room, one is immediately impressed by the high ceilings and the gracious floor-to-ceiling arched windows which flood the room with natural light. Along with limestone and parquet flooring, the ground floor gives a welcoming introduction to the rest of the property. For many families, the first floor will meet all their requirements. There is a fabulous master bedroom suite which incorporates a bespoke designed dressing room, and sits alongside a second dressing room and study giving the principal bedroom a deservedly important status. There are three further double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms. A further staircase leads up to the second floor where there are two further bedroom suites. Alternatively, this floor could be utilised as a two bedroom apartment as it has its own living room and kitchen. The Aviary villa, located on the ground floor, can be accessed internally from the billiard room and offers a self-contained one bedroom apartment. This works particularly well as a guest suite, being separate from the main family accommodation. The annex/Stable Cottage is of a contemporary style with an open plan layout over two floors. Presently, it has a large reception area, kitchen, dining room, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and a gym. It's proximity to the swimming pool, makes it a very cool pool house. The three bedroom cottage/Gardener's Cottage, situated to the North of the house is finished to a high standard and offers comfortable secondary accommodation. The two bedroom staff flat/Farm Flat is located within the outbuildings. The outbuildings and stables have been maintained to a high standard. They have their own access which is well away from the main house. The gardens and grounds at Ash House are stunning and lend both enchantment and protection from the outside world. As with all great gardens, Ash House offers formal areas, woodland walks, breathtaking views to north Dartmoor, along with an impressive kitchen garden. To the North of the house is the newly constructed 20m heated swimming pool and hard tennis court. The grounds are served by a number of outbuildings including, a new four car garage block with clock tower. The farm buildings are situated to the North East of the house, approached up their own drive, giving good access to the fields beyond. The buildings are well laid out and include newly constructed stables. The house sits neatly at the centre of its own land, with the open parkland to the South, the fields to the North have been divided into easy to manage post and rail paddocks, each with its own water drinker. A high quality 60m x 25m outdoor riding school has also been constructed by the present owner.

7 bed detached house

Beaford, Winkleigh, Devon, EX19

listed on 2019-05-11  Knight Frank   

Amenities Property type House Tenure Freehold 5 bedroom country home for sale with outbuildings, annexe and land EX19 A Grade II listed Victorian former rectory with outbuildings and an annexe, sitting within its own grounds of approximately 10 acres with lovely views across beautiful rolling Mid-Devon countryside. The property has excellent proportions and impressive period detailing. The house has an enclosed porch leading to the reception hall and on through to the inner hall, which is dominated by the elegant, sweeping staircase rising to the first floor. There are three principal reception rooms on the ground floor, all with lovely views over the garden, and a walk-through snug leading to the large, split level kitchen breakfast room, which has a flagstone floor and 4-oven, oil-fired AGA. Also on the ground floor are the laundry room, boot room and cloakroom, with stairs down to a useful suite of cellars. On the first floor is a broad galleried landing, off which are the master bedroom with en-suite shower room, three further double bedrooms, a single bedroom and two bathrooms. All the bedrooms are fitted with their own wash hand basins. A door from the kitchen leads through to a further wing of the house, which could be used as a self-contained annexe if required. The property is approached down a sweeping drive flanked by mature trees to a gravel parking area and a double garage (currently fitted out with two loose boxes and a feed store). The formal garden is on two sides of the house and is comprised of lawns fringed with borders and a terrace, which is accessible from the kitchen. Beyond the lawns the land drops away down through an area of mature broadleaf woodland to a stream, with views out across the surrounding countryside. Beyond are a small orchard and two paddocks. In all the garden and grounds extend to about 10 acres. Location information Beaford 0.2 miles, Dolton 2.3 miles, Torrington 4 miles, Tiverton 32 miles (Paddington 2 hours), Exeter 30 miles, Torrington 33 miles, Exeter Airport 43 miles (Distances and time approximate) Read more

4 bed house

Stags | 4 bedroom property for sale in Iddesleigh, Winkleigh

listed on 2020-01-03  Stags   

Iddesleigh, Winkleigh Guide price £475,000 | 4 bedrooms | 2.56 acres Property features • Spacious Barn Conversion • Grade II Listed • Scope For Further Refurbishment • Extensive Double Glazing • Oil Central Heating • Spacious Character Accommodation • Gardens & Paddock SITUATION The property occupies a delightful rural setting, close to the confluence of the River Ockment and Torridge. This lovely valley setting is known for its prime sporting opportunities with fishing on the Torridge and riding and walking on the nearby Tarka trails. The village of Iddesleigh is a short distance away, being completely unspoilt and well known for its popular Duke of York public house. The market town of Hatherleigh is easily accessible with an excellent range of services including primary school, supermarket, health centre, veterinary surgery and a range of local shops. There are two public houses, and a traditional weekly market with cattle sales. Okehampton offers a more comprehensive range of services, three supermarkets including a Waitrose, modern hospital and a leisure centre in the attractive setting of Simmons Park. Okehampton has schooling from infant to sixth form level. From the town there is access to the A30 dual carriageway providing a direct link with the cathedral and university of Exeter with its M5 motorway and main line rail and internal air connections. DESCRIPTION The property comprises a Grade II Listed barn, of stone and cob construction beneath an internally fully insulated corrugated roof built on the original early oak A-frames for thatch. The property has been substantially converted within recent years and offers scope for further refurbishment and the finishing of some areas. The internal accommodation is extensively double glazed with oil central heating. Large areas of the ground floor, have underfloor heating under the modern oak floor boards. The ground floor was substantially underpinned and insulated prior to the instillation of the modern oak floor boards and slate. Internally, the accommodation is spacious and light with a stunning galleried studio area above the living room with full height windows to front and rear. There are character features including oak screens, Delabole slate flooring and a superb inglenook fireplace. Externally, the property is approached via its own private lane. Adjacent to the barn is a yard and areas of garden and a delightful paddock. There is off road parking for numerous vehicles and the gardens, and yard, and the grounds total just over 2.5 acres, surrounding the property. Further down the road, another private lane is shared with Numbers 1 and 2 Week Cottages. ACCOMMODATION ENTRANCE HALL: With original massive 17th century plank and nailed door. Delabole slate floor, part glazed oak door to: LOBBY: With staircase to first floor. Planked screen, Delabole slate floor and radiator. SITTING ROOM: A superbly spacious character room with a wealth of exposed ceiling timbers and massive central timber, original oak planked screen and Delabole slate floor. Massive inglenook fireplace with raised hearth and timber bressumer. Double aspect windows with bench seat to front, two radiators. LIVING ROOM: A superbly spacious area with part vaulted ceiling to roof level and high double glazed patio doors to rear. Full height glazed screen windows to front. Galleried balustrade from studio area above. Open tread Oak staircase to first floor. Extensive range of fitted book shelving and oak flooring. KITCHEN: Double bowl porcelain sink, worksurface with shelving beneath, space and point for propane gas cooker, small window to front, oak flooring. BEDROOM 4: Two windows to side and glazed door to rear garden. Pedestal wash basin, low level WC, exposed ceiling timbers, radiator. This room also has fresh plumbing connections under the floor installed to convert this room into a new kitchen if required. FIRST FLOOR STUDIO AREA: Approached via a craftsman turned oak staircase from the ground floor. Galleried balustrades to each side, overlooking living room below with natural lighting from full height windows to front and rear. Full height ceiling with exposed A-frame timbers and two velux double glazed roof lights. This area could be configured as a delightful living/dining area if required. BEDROOM 3: (Unfinished) Window to side and two velux double glazed roof lights. High ceiling with exposed A-frame timbers. Secondary Staircase to FIRST FLOOR LANDING. BEDROOM 1: (Unfinished) Open to roof space with exposed timbers and mezzanine storage area. This room has extensive views of Dartmoor and scope for alternative use in its extensive roof space. BEDROOM 2: Double aspect with timber mullion windows. Radiator. Connecting door to: BATHROOM/UTILITY ROOM: Tiled shower. Panelled bath, vanity wash basin. WC. Velux double glazed roof light. Radiator. Connecting door to: STUDIO. OUTSIDE The property is also approached via a private driveway, from the B3217, which also serves neighbouring 1 & 2 Week Cottages. The shared access lane gives way to a driveway/parking area exclusive to the front of Higher Week running along side the top paddock to a further vehicular access area from the driveway lane - exclusive to Higher Week. From the driveway, stone steps and flagstone path to the front door, bordered by shrubs and trees. Across the drive from the barn is a front paddock, currently uncultivated and bordered by mature trees, From the drive there is access to the side of the barn with further parking/storage if required and a dilapidated mobile home. Adjacent to the side of the barn is the externally mounted oil central heating boiler. THE LINHAY Immediately to the rear of the Higher Week barn is a further garden area in the yard with an original listed 17th Century former cart Linhay and beyond this is a delightful paddock/meadow, bordered by mature trees. The land would be of appeal to those with equestrian interests, country life or indeed for general stock grazing. The Linhay offers large storage area and the potential for restoration. DIRECTIONS From Okehampton town centre, turn right between Lloyds TSB and the Town Hall. At the mini roundabout proceed straight ahead and at the t-junction (Elmead Cross) turn right onto the A386. Stay on this road for approximately 5.5 miles before reaching the roundabout on the edge of Hatherleigh. Turn right signposted to Hatherleigh and after a short distance, turn right just after the primary school. Proceed up South Street and continue onto the open Moor. Turn left at the next turning signposted to Iddesleigh. Stay on this road for approximately 1 mile, proceeding over the bridge, where upon you will see a sign on the left for Higher Week. The entrance to the property will be found after a short distance upon the left hand side. The property also has its own exclusive entrance and lane on its land. SERVICES Mains Electricity and Water. Private Drainage. The property also has its own private well water supply.   Read more

4 bed bungalow


Rural Location Extensive Grounds Planning Permission Granted Annexe Potential Ample Parking Single Storey Living Flexible and Versatile Accommodation Centrally positioned within its GENEROUS GROUNDS, this DETACHED BUNGALOW offers SPACIOUS three bedroom accommodation, with two reception rooms, hardstanding for PARKING, and outline PLANNING for a double garage. SITUATION AND DESCRIPTION Centrally positioned in this prime countryside location, this fine detached bungalow represents a fine lifestyle choice as it's nested in a quiet accessible road near the tranquil village of Broadwoodkelly. The accommodation is spacious and versatile, with the flexibility to be altered according to occupier's taste. The village of Broadwoodkelly is within easy reach of the larger community of Winkleigh with good village school, shops and 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. Briefly the spacious accommodation comprises entrance hall, kitchen, sitting room, dining room, wet room, utility, three bedrooms, cloakroom and a separate detached office . 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: Double glazed main porch leads to: ENTRANCE HALL Hooks for coats; radiator; doors to: KITCHEN 16' 11' x 11' 10' (5.16m x 3.62m) Window to rear; double glazed door to outside; range; floor and wall units under roll top worksurfaces; integral dishwasher and fridge & freezer and tumble dryer; built-in double oven and microwave; LPG hob with hood and extractor fan over; one and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer with tiled splashbacks; ceramic tiled flooring; radiator. SITTING ROOM 20' 2' x 11' 9' (6.17m x 3.6m) Dual aspect with patio doors to garden; feature stone fireplace with stone hearth; television point; two radiators; four wall light points. DINING ROOM 11' 9' x 11' 3' (3.6m x 3.45m) Window to side; radiator. WET ROOM 8' 3' x 8' 2' (2.53m x 2.49m) Obscure window to front; panel ended bath; Mira electric shower; pedestal wash handbasin; fully tiled walls; low level WC; extractor fan. CLOAKROOM Obscure window to front; part-tiled walls; low level WC; wash handbasin; extractor fan; heated towel rail. BEDROOM ONE 13' 3' x 11' 9' (4.06m x 3.6m) Dual aspect television point; radiator. BEDROOM THREE 9' 8' x 8' 3' (2.95m x 2.54m) Window to front; radiator; television point. BEDROOM TWO 15' 5' x 8' 11' (4.71m x 2.73m) Dual aspect; radiator. OUTSIDE: Set down a private lane, the property is nestled neatly in its own generous grounds and in its entirety extends to just over two acres (approx.) and offers formal landscaped gardens blended with a mixture of pasture and paddock, all of which is surrounded by mature hedging and stone walling. There is a large area of hand standing to the front which is suitable for numerous motor vehicles and has the benefit of outline planning permission for a double garage. AGENT'S NOTE The property is subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition, Please contact our office for further information. SERVICES Mains electricity, 4kwh solar panels on the roof generating, we understand, about £600pa in Feed-in tariff, mains water, private drainage with septic tank and treatment tank, 2000 litre Calor gas tank (with telemetry for Calor to automatically refill as necessary - we understand that currently one tank full lasts about 10 months). OUTGOINGS We understand this property is in band 'D' 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. Continue for approximately 2 miles, turning left at the signpost for Broadwoddkelly. Then take the first left into Pattiland Farm, onto a private driveway where the property can be found on the left hand side clearly defined by our Mansbridge Balment for sale board.

3 bed detached house

Stags | 3 bedroom property for sale in Higher Ward, Winkleigh

listed on 2019-11-13  Stags   

Higher Ward, Winkleigh £399,500 | 3 bedrooms | 2.0 acres Property features • Detached Bungalow • 3 Bedrooms • Double Glazing and Oil Central Heating • Gardens, Garage and Carport • Level Pasture Paddock • Stable Block with Four Boxes • Agricultural Occupancy Restriction • Approx 2 Acres. SITUATION Ward Bungalow occupies a rural location approximately half a mile outside the village of Winkleigh. The village lies amidst rolling Devonshire countryside and has a good range of facilities including village stores, post office, butchers, primary school, pre school, public houses, veterinary and doctors surgeries, together with a village church. There are a good range of community activities for all ages, based around the community centre, village hall and sports hall. There are good transport services with daily buses to Exeter and Barnstaple and a service to Okehampton. The property is a ten minute drive from Eggesford Station on the branch line to Exeter. The town of Okehampton on the northern fringes of Dartmoor had an excellent range of shops and services, three supermakets including a Waitrose, modern hospital, leisure centre and expanding sixth form college. The north and south coasts of Devon are also easily accessible, whilst the countryside around the Torridge Valley offers many opportunities for fishing and outdoor pursuits. The nearby Winkleigh woods also offers opportunities for walking and riding. DESCRIPTION Ward Bungalow comprises a modern maturing detached property, of traditional construction beneath a concrete tiled roof. The bungalow offers well proportioned accommodation, being extensively upvc double glazed and oil centrally heated. There are attractive gardens around the bungalow with driveway and parking together with carport and garage. Just across the farm lane, from the bungalow is an area of pasture paddock divided into two enclosures and bordered by a stream. There is an excellent stable block incorporating four boxes together with large shed/feed store. The property is the subject of an agricultural occupancy restriction, please see agents note at the bottom of these details. ACCOMMODATION Covered Entrance Porch, glazed door to Entrance Hall. Living Room, fireplace with fitted solid fuel stove, double aspect windows. Kitchen/Breakfast Room, range of roll edge worksurfaces with cupboard and drawer units, inset single drainer sink, space and plumbing for appliances and space for fridge/freezer, built in shelved pantry and built in store cupboard, Boutler oil fired central heating boiler. Rear Lobby, utility area with single drainer enamel sink, doors to front and rear and access to garage. Inner Hall with access to insulated roof space, built in airing cupboard housing lagged hot water tank with immersion heater. Bedroom 1, window side, built in double wardrobe. Bedroom 2, window to rear, built in wardrobe. Bedroom 3, window to rear, built in wardrobe. Bathroom, panelled bath, large walk-in tiled shower with Mira electric shower unit, pedestal wash basin low level WC. DIRECTIONS From Okehampton proceed in a north easterly direction taking the Crediton Road, the B3215. After approximately 4 miles turn left at Belstone corner just before the railway bridge signposted to Sampford Courtenay. At the mini roundabout turn right onto the A3072 and after approximately a mile fork left signposted to Winkleigh and then left again following signs for Winkleigh. Upon reaching the village continue the main road until reaching the T-Junction, where upon turn left as if for Torrington and after approximately 50 yards turn right following signs for Wembworthy. Follow this road for approximately half a mile, where upon the farm entrance will be found upon the right hand side, proceed for a short distance up along this concrete lane and the bungalow will be found upon the left hand side. OUTSIDE The property is approached over a private lane serving Ward Bungalow and the farm beyond. A five bar gate gives access to a tarmac driveway/parking area with space for a number of vehicles, caravan etc. Outside light. Carport 17'6' x 13'4' adjoining Store Shed. Garage with two timber doors to front, power and light connected, internal door to bungalow. The property is surrounded by lawned gardens with a variety of shrubs and trees, fruit trees including Damson and Apple. There is an attractive pond at rear, whilst the front gardens enjoy a sunny southerly aspect. Oil storage tank. Directly across the lane is the level pasture paddock, divided into two enclosures, a five bar gate gives access to a Stable Block 55' x 14'6' with four boxes. The Stable is of timber and corrugated construction with a concrete base and apron. Adjoining Hay Store and Lean-To Timber Store. Three farm gates give access to the paddocks and there is a further Large Store Shed/Feed Store. The paddock is bordered by natural hedging with a stream running along one border. The land and gardens total approximately 2 acres. SERVICES Mains Electricity, Water, Septic Tank Drainage. AGENTS NOTE The property is the subject of an agricultural occupancy restriction. The terms of this condition are as follows, the occupation of the dwelling is limited to a person solely or mainly employed, or last employed in the locality in agriculture or in forestry as defined by Section 290 (1) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1971.   Read more

4 bed detached house

The Paddocks

“Due to the present restrictions on movement put in place by the Government to halt the spread of (C0VID-19) we are unable to arrange physical viewings, please e-mail the office to register your interest and we will be in contact as soon as restrictions are lifted - Thank you and STAY SAFE” An extended and beautifully presented 4 bedroom (master en suite) detached house having an L shaped conservatory and an attractive kitchen / breakfast room. Double garage, off road parking for 2 vehicles and a larger than average rear garden. EPC rating: E “Due to the present restrictions on movement put in place by the Government to halt the spread of (C0VID-19) we are unable to arrange physical viewings, please e-mail the office to register your interest and we will be in contact as soon as restrictions are lifted - Thank you and STAY SAFE” Situated on an enviable corner plot is this most attractive 4 bedroom detached house that is located in a lovely village location within easy walking distance of the village shop, post office and both public houses. The property has been improved by the current owners with an extended kitchen/breakfast room and a lovely L shaped conservatory overlooking the rear garden. Upon entering the property is a welcoming entrance hallway with a separate cloakroom/wc, internal access into the garage and stairs to the first floor. The living room is a lovely spacious room overlooking the rear of the property and has a stone fireplace, with a tiled hearth, housing a multi fuel stove that supplies 4 radiators via a back boiler. This room has a large arch opening up in to the impressive dining room that has a bay window to the front. Wood effect flooring that runs through both rooms and is a lovely open plan L Shaped room. Just off the dining room is an access into the conservatory which is floor to ceiling UPVC double glazing with a pitched glass roof and French doors opening up on to the garden. This room also has underfloor heating and electric fan roof lights to keep it cool in the summer. The impressive kitchen/breakfast room has been refitted with a superb range of gloss, white fronted base and eye level units with black granite effect work tops and diamond chip pencil splash backs. There is a Neff ceramic hob with electric eye level double oven to the side, a fitted dishwasher and fridge freezer. On the first floor are 4 well-proportioned bedrooms all being double in size with master having an en suite shower room comprising of a three piece suite. The main bathroom is also on this floor and comprises of a panel bath with shower attachment over, a low level wc, bidet and wash hand basin. A real delight is the lovely rear garden that has various timber decked patio areas and a pathway that extends to the side of the house. There are raised beds bordered by conifers, an attractive pond with a wooden bridge over and a further side garden laid to lawn with timber decking having integrated lighting making it ideal to sit out and relax. The front of the property is laid to lawn with conifers, a rockery and established shrubs and trees. A double width tarmac drive way gives access to the detached double garage that measures 17’3” x 16’10” and has power and light connected. Entrance Hall Cloakroom/wc Living Room (6.96m x 3.56m (22'10' x 11'8')) Dining Room (3.84m x 3.15m (12'7' x 10'4')) Conservatory (5.38m x 2.92m (17'8' x 9'7')) Kitchen (4.88m x 4.10m (16'0' x 13'5')) Bedroom 1 (3.60m x 3.60m (11'10' x 11'10')) Bedroom 2 (3.38m x 3.07m (11'1' x 10'1')) Bedroom 3 (3.48m x 3.00m (11'5' x 9'10')) Bedroom 4 (3.58m x 3.18m (11'9' x 10'5')) Bathroom Garage (5.26m x 5.13m (17'3' x 16'10')) Rear Garden (18.3m wide x 9.14m deep (approx))