The property, which requires some modernisation throughout offers two very good-sized reception rooms, a farmhouse style kitchen with oil fired aga and separate utility room, as well as a welcoming entrance hall with alcove suitable for a study on the ground floor. Upstairs are two en-suite bedrooms, two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property was converted from an old barn in the late 1980’s, and has retained some of its original features, including ceiling timbers beams.
The gardens are a delight, with mature fruit trees and far reaching views over surrounding farmland towards Dartmoor in the distance. There is parking for several vehicles and a large workshop/barn which has potential to be separated off to provide stabling and storage. The land meanwhile, can be accessed from both the road and the garden and is gently rolling with a small copse of woodland at the bottom.
Take the A377 main road towards Barnstaple for about 1 mile. Turn left at Barnstaple Cross as signposted to Coleford and Yeoford. Follow this road until arriving in the village of Coleford. Turn left at the village crossroads and follow the road for about a mile until arriving in Colebrooke. Drive through the village and carry on for about 2.5 miles and Walson Grange will be seen on the left.
Leave the A30 dual carriageway at Whiddon Down, and follow the road signposted to Moretonhampstead. After the Esso Garage, turn right where signed to North Tawton. Follow this road for about a mile and immediately after crossing over the A30, turn right as signed to Spreyton. Proceed through Spreyton, taking the first right after approximately half a mile, signposted Hillerton and proceed for a further half a mile. At Hillerton Cross go straight over and the property is found just over 1 mile on the right.
The accommodation with approximate measurements comprises;
Part glazed wooden front door into;
with ceramic tiled flooring, radiator and large under stairs recess, with lighting and making a good office space.
Low level WC with side flush, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator.
Dual aspect with double doors to front. Large fireplace with slate hearth and granite surround. Exposed ceiling timber, and wooden flooring.
Front aspect, decorative recess with timber lintel. Radiator. Part glazed door into;
Fitted with a range of units providing ample cupboard and drawer space. Integrated dishwasher and fridge, rolled edge laminated working surfaces with inset stainless steel sink having rinsing bowl and side drainer, and inset two burner halogen hob. Matching fitted wall cabinets. Ceramic floor tiles, Oil fired two oven Aga with twin hot plates. Exposed ceiling beam, part glazed door into side entrance vestibule with coat hooks and radiator.
Fitted with a range of base units providing ample cupboard and drawer space. Inset stainless steel sink with side drainer. Space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, ceramic floor tiles.
Split level landing with windows to rear aspect. Deep recessed airing cupboards. Separate entrances to;
with dual aspect, fitted wardrobe, radiator and door into;
Fitted shower cubicle, low level WC, pedestal wash basin, vanity light with shaver socket.
Front aspect, recessed wardrobe, pedestal basin with vanity light and shaver socket over.
Front aspect, pedestal basin.
Side aspect, built in wardrobe.
Panelled bath with electric shower over. Low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, vanity light with shaver socket.
panelled bath, pedestal wash basin, low level WC, radiator.
A stone pillared gateway with cattle grid leads into a large driveway providing ample parking for several vehicles. The gardens are laid to lawn with mature shrubs and fruit trees and drop away towards the land. There is a five bar gate from the garden leading to the land, which can also be accessed from the road.
To the rear of the property is small area with oil storage tank, and access to this is via a right of way over the neighbouring property.
Having open ends, work bench with lighting and power, and separated off to various bays. This could easily be adapted to provide stabling, lambing pens, garaging and storage. There is a lovely recessed seating area built into the barn, providing a covered area to enjoy the view, and surrounded by flower beds.
Oil Fired Central Heating
Mid Devon District Council.
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