Approached over its own long private drive the house, in stone has been updated with double glazing and LPG central heating but there is still some work in progress to complete the project. This will include the superb range of new terracing that takes the fullest advantage of the private location and views.
The small pretty hamlet at Horwood is about a mile to the west with its ancient parish church and to the east a similar distance is Lovacott and Newton Tracey with a local primary school and noted village inn.
At Instow on the River Torridge there is a sandy beach, sailing, and access onto the Tarka Trail an almost traffic free footpath/cycle track the runs around the Taw and Torridge estuary.
To the west of Bideford is the Royal North Devon Golf club at Westward Ho and to the east of Barnstaple the Portmore golf club.
Services - mains electric and water, LPG heating to radiators, private drainage
Council Tax - Band D
EPC - Band
Set to the south of its courtyard of buildings the conversion includes
Tiled floor, door to rear, open tread stairs to first floor galleried landing above
A double aspect room. Exposed beams, recess with shelving, recess with inset wood burning stove and log store to each side.
Double glass doors from hall, south facing window
Double aspect, tiled floor and exposed timber beams. On 2 walls extensive worktops over a variety of drawers and cupboards under. Inset 2 and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit. 6 ring gas hob, oven housing with both oven and separate grill.
South facing with glazed door and side lights to Kitchen.
Door from garage, tiled floor
Low level wc and hand basin with water heater
Tiled floor, single drainer sink unit, water heater and plumbing for washing machine
From the Entrance Hall an open tread staircase rises to the galleried landing above. The area is large enough for a further bedroom to be developed
Around a concreted courtyard area to the rear are the following buildings
with central feed passage
Double doors to gable end wall
Across the yard to the front of the house
Totally secluded and sheltered to the west of the house
A superb of terracing with mainly stone and some sleeper walls set to overlook the grounds and the distant views over pasture fields to the south and west - nearing completion.
Running off from the terrace a level lawn dropping to to a small wetter conservation area and small wooded patch. Above this 2 level or very gently sloping paddocks.
The single storey stone barn shown in the south facing picture of the house also showing the conservatory has an extant planning approval for its conversion to residential accommodation. The building is about 60 feet by 15 feet.
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