Buttisfer Farm is a charming Grade II Listed former farmhouse offering a wealth of character features, including beamed ceilings, oak panelling, wood flooring and Inglenook Fireplaces with wood burners. The property is peacefully located in the hamlet of Coleford, just three miles from Crediton.
The cottage is presented in excellent order throughout and offers oil fired central heating. The Entrance Hall gives separate entrance to both spacious reception rooms, one with wood burner and the other with multi-fuel burner both sat in inglenook fireplaces, one of which could be used as an additional bedroom if required. The kitchen offers a range of solid wood units and has a breakfast bar and electric Aga with Induction hob. Off the kitchen is a spacious utility and a recently added shower room. Upstairs offers four good size bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is a separate access from the terrace outside, down to an additional room, measuring 17’6 x 16’8 which is currently used as studio but could also be used as an additional bedroom.
Directly at the rear of the property is a lovely covered seating / patio area, ideal for Al fresco dining and which leads onto the substantial lawn gardens with flower beds, established trees, shrubs and borders, as well as store sheds. At the front of the property, further established gardens with hedging provide a great deal of privacy, with additional lawns and vegetable gardens at the side., as well as ample parking which leads to the double car port.
is a popular hamlet just outside the Town of Crediton with the very popular and highly renowned pub called The New Inn. Nearby Primary Schools include; Copplestone, Bow, Yeoford and Crediton, and for 11+ students Queen Elizabeth College in Crediton. The well-known Tarka Line rail network runs close to the property with the nearest station at Copplestone, just over 1 mile away, where regular bus links to Crediton & Exeter, can also be found.
From Crediton continue along the A377 towards Barnstaple. About a mile along turn left at Barnstaple Cross as signed Yeoford and the Recycling Centre and towards Coleford. Stay on this road until reaching Coleford passing the New Inn pub on your right. Just after that Buttisfer Farm is on your left with the lane immediately behind the cottage and parking just as you turn into the lane on your left.
The accommodation, with approximate measurements comprises;
Entrance with seats.
with dark wood panelling to the walls and wood block flooring.
(max measurements). Beamed ceiling and traditional wood panelling to the walls and wood block flooring. Inglenook fireplace with multi fuel burner. A window with seat overlooking the front. Under stair cupboard. Access to;
Beamed ceiling and an inglenook fireplace which houses an electric Aga. The kitchen is fitted with a range of solid wood units with granite work surfaces and a Belfast sink. Windows to the front and rear. Large breakfast bar with beech top. Tiled floor. Staircase to first floor.
Good sized utility offering lots of storage space as well as the usual space for white goods. Window to the front. Oil fired Boiler.
Spacious room with beamed ceiling and fireplace with wood burner. Window overlooking the front and wood flooring.
from the Terrace at the rear of the property. Stairs to;
with separate entrances to Bedrooms and Bathroom. Windows overlooking the front.
Feature cast iron fireplace and window overlooking the front.
Double size bedroom with exposed beam and a window overlooking the gardens.
Another Double bedroom with painted wood flooring.
Window overlooking the front of the property.
P-shaped bath fully tiled surround with mixer shower over. Vanity basin and low level WC. Heated towel rail and a window to the rear of the property.
There is a driveway at the side of the property which leads to a yard, along with carport giving undercover parking for two vehicles, barn and sheds. There is parking for vehicles alongside the garden and in the yard. Through the garden gate at the front is a lawned garden with pathway to the front Porch and hedging. At the rear is a good-sized covered terrace area overlooking the back garden which is stepped up over a bank but with some level well established garden with shrubs and bushes. Super views can be enjoyed from the higher level of the stepped bank. A further area of level lawn with vegetable plot adjoins the small stream that runs alongside the gardens and through the village.
From the Terrace at the rear down a few steps is the STORE / OFFICE / BEDROOM FIVE 17’6 x 16’8 (5.36m x 5.12m).
Oil-fired central heating
Mid Devon District Council
Available by separate negotiation is this substantial detached barn with planning permission for the conversion into a spacious two bedroom ancillary accommodation, with garaging and workshops. Planning Ref: 14/00107/FULL
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