A substantial period detached farmhouse in a splendid rural setting, set in its own gardens and grounds extending to approximately one acre.
This spacious four-bedroom property enjoys a great deal of privacy accessed via a shared, private half mile drive and is set in a wonderful location surrounded by open countryside with far reaching views.
The house does need modernising and gives a buyer the opportunity to renovate the property to their own tastes to provide a delightful individual family home.
The maintenance of the drive is shared with other properties and the owner would be responsible for 25% of the costs. The property is on mains water via a metered supply from the adjoining farm and the property has its own septic tank.
from Crediton head west along the A377, pass through the village of Copplestone go over the railway bridge and bear right. Proceed along this road for approximately 2 miles until you reach Morchard Road and take the first right upon entering and follow the driveway until you reach the barns and turn right, the property will be found in front of you.
The accommodation with approximate measurements comprises;
with Windows providing splendid outlook onto the gardens, 2 entrance doors.
with Grant oil fired central heating boiler and sink.
with low level WC and hot water tank.
with fireplace, central ceiling beam and 2 radiators.
with a range of older wood trim units, under stairs cupboard, electric cooker point and inset sink. NOTE It appears the wall between the kitchen and dining room is a non load bearing partition wall and these rooms could be open up to provide a open plan kitchen / dining room with doors onto the Sun Room Entrance.
with large Inglenook fireplace with bread oven and inset wood burning stove, 2 Windows overlooking the gardens and 2 radiators.
currently with partition wall dividing the room in two, windows overlooking the rear and front gardens and radiators.
with trap to roof space and radiators.
Windows to the front and radiator.
into shower recess with double fully tiled shower cubicle, Mira electric shower, pedestal wash basin and low level WC and radiator.
front aspect and radiator.
white suite of bath, low level WC, pedestal wash basin and chrome heated towel radiator.
Off street parking area for several cars and GARAGE 15'11 x 8’ (4.85m x 2.43m). Open fronted SHED providing good storage 15' x 8' (4.57m x 2.43m); and a further older STONE, COB AND BRICK SHED 10' x 6'9 (3.04m x 2.05m). Concrete driveway in front of the house with stone chipped parking area. The gardens are a true feature of the property with granite flower troughs and a mature rose to the front; with numerous shrubs, bushes and trees surrounding the house, and extensive lawns. There is a further brick GARDEN SHED 11'8 x 8'3 (3.55m x 2.51m), wooden SUMMER HOUSE 7'10 x 5'11 (2.38m x 1.8m) and small orchard. Directly adjoining the gardens is a paddock with its own entrance and the gardens and grounds are believed to extend to approximately one acre. The gardens are surrounded by open countryside and benefit from stunning panoramic countryside views.
Woodburner & Oil Fired Central Heating
Mid Devon District Council
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