Great Hole Farm is a detached unlisted Edwardian Farm House, located in an enviable and elevated position, capturing rural views towards Dartmoor and enjoying just over four acres of gardens and grounds.
The house is typically Edwardian, with well-proportioned rooms, high ceilings, sash windows and stripped pine doors, and retains many lovely character features including a variety of fireplaces. The property is in need of some modernisation and renovating, and offers a blank canvas on which to make your mark and restore it to its former glory.
Internally, the house has a spacious staircase entrance hall, with three very generously sized reception rooms; dining room, sitting room and family room; a snug, a study and boot room, and a large kitchen with oil fired Aga set in a brick inglenook fireplace. There is a conservatory on the East side of the property which floods with morning sunshine making a superb breakfast room. Upstairs, there are five generously sized bedrooms, all enjoying countryside views, together with two bathrooms and two cloakrooms.
Outside the property has a lawned front garden, and rear garden with topiary hedge maze. There is a small paddock to the eastern side of the house, with two further, much larger paddocks on the west, dissected by hedging. The gardens are currently quite overgrown but are level and ripe for landscaping.
Great Hole Farm is a fantastic opportunity for somebody to create a superb family home with a ‘good life’ lifestyle in the heart of the glorious Mid Devon countryside.
is a large village located just of the A377 and steeped in history. There is a thriving local pub, historic church, primary school and playing fields. Nearby is Morchard Bishop which also has a primary school, award winning local shop and café, parish church, pub, garage and doctor surgery. Secondary schooling can be found in Chulmleigh and Crediton, together with a larger range of shopping amenities.
From Crediton take the A377 towards Barnstaple passing through Copplestone and Morchard Road. At Kelland Cross turn right towards the village, just in front of the Spar Filling Station, and follow the road up through the village and out the otherside for about ¾ mile. At Higher Forches Cross turn right and continue for a further 250 yards. The entrance to Great Hole Farm will be seen on the left hand side.
Oil Central Heating and Aga. Mains Water and Electricity. Private Drainage.
Mid Devon District Council
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