A SHORT WALK THROUGH VIDEO OF THIS PROPERTY IS AVAILABLE BY REQUEST An outstanding quiet location slightly elevated overlooking farmland towards the UNESCO area at Braunton Burrows/Saunton Golf Course with Bideford Bay and the dramatic coastline, around Clovelly and Hartland in the far distance. A period 4 bed farmhouse with attached 3 bed holiday cottage. Also a further 3 large individual holiday cottages all with views to the sea, terraces, shared out door heated pool and in all over 5 acres. For sale as a going concern.
South Lobb is set above and looking over the low roofs of a couple of properties in the small rural hamlet at Lobb with fields beyond and just over two miles inland from the magnificent beach and backdrop of the Braunton Burrows and Saunton Sands. A little further along the coast is the pretty coastal village of Croyde again with its sandy beach and further beyond Putsborough, renowned for its surfing and Woolacombe all offering further expanses of beach and associated facilities, surfing, fishing, coastal orienteering and hang gliding.
To the east about 2 miles is Braunton, reputed to be the largest village in England with its wide variety of popular restaurants and inns, health centre, bowling club and tennis court with Barnstaple, the ancient borough and administrative centre for North Devon being a further 5 miles to the east, offering live theatre, leisure centre, indoor tennis centre and direct access on to the much improved A361 North Devon Link road connecting North Devon through to junction 27 on the M5 motorway to the east side of Tiverton, where there is also the Parkway Railway Station.
Locally at Braunton there is access on to the Tarka Trail for those who enjoy walking and cycling, running along the banks of the River Taw and Torridge with various cafes to stop at and enjoy.
Some 18 miles to the north east is the dramatic, heather clad moorlands of Exmoor offering horse riding and dramatic scenery for walking as is the coast.
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