Natcott Lane, Hartland, Bideford, EX39 6DQ


House - Detached


Set in a small rural hamlet close to Hartland the property includes a well presented spacious south facing modernised farmhouse with the benefit of replacement double glazed windows and oil fired central heating to radiators throughout.

There is a range of modern block buildings currently use for garaging with workshop, 2 stables, and a large feed store the whole having previously had consent to convert into 4 bed and breakfast units. They could easily be used as they are or possibly home office/studio or a combination of both.

There are 3 gently sloping pasture paddocks the 2 larger with a small stream running through their centre where there is a strip of woodland and conservation area being a haven for wildlife.

Council Tax - Band D

EPC - Band

Services - Mains water and electric. Oil central heating. Private drainage.

The property is south facing with its principal rooms taking advantage of the light aspect and the house

Rear Entrance Conservatory - 2.59m x 2.18m (8'6" x 7'2")

tiled floor and part glazed door with side light to

Lobby - 1.80m x 0.97m (5'11" x 3'2")

with stairs to first floor and door to

Sitting room/Dining Room - 7.21m x 4.14m (23'8" x 13'7")

A fine bright double aspect room originally 2 rooms before the house was remodelled. To one end a former open fireplace with wood burning stove set on slate hearth and shelving to one side for display and television. To the other end a former open fireplace now a display recess with recessed glass cupboard over a shelved cupboard 2 radiators. Sliding door to understairs store cupboard

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 4.47m x 3.61m (14'8" x 11'10")

Well fitted on 2 elevations with marble topped worksurfaces over drawers and cupboards. One side with inset Stanley range the other with inset sink unit with chrome mixer taps. Tiled floor. Open "window" to utility giving views out to the fields. open to

Walk in Pantry - 2.01m x 0.89m (6'7" x 2'11")

with fitted shelving

Utility/Boot room - 4.50m x 2.77m (14'9" x 9'1")

Tiled floor, door to porch to courtyard, wide window overlooking the lawns. Range of timber worktops with space under for washing machine and drier, double store cupboard, bench for taking off boots and coat hooks over,

Shower Room/wc - 4.50m x 0.89m (14'9" x 2'11")

Access into the shower room with pedestal handbasin, fully tiled shower cubicle with Mira shower. Door to other end to separate wc.

Storm Porch

Tiled floor and bench seat


Door to former airing cupboard now fitted with radiator for airing clothes

Bedroom 1 - 3.61m x 3.56m (11'10 x 11'8")

Double aspect room with far reaching countryside views. radiator. Double louvre doors to front of a pair of built in wardrobe with storage lockers over

Bedroom 2 - 4.17m x 3.51m (13'8" x 11'6")

Double aspect, radiator, wash hand basin

Bedroom 3 - 3.53m x 3.15m (11'7" x 10'4")

Double louvre doors to front of a pair of built in wardrobes with storage lockers over. radiator. Shallow recessed shelved cupboard

Bathroom - 2.44m x 1.83m (8' x 6')

Panelled bath in tiled recess with folding shower screen and Gainsborough electric shower over, low level WC, pedestal hand basin with splashback. Door to airing cupboard with hot tank.

Bedroom 4 - 3.05m x 1.83m (10' x 6')

Radiator, views over kitchen garden


with central raised brick flower bed

To the south side of the courtyard a range of substantial block built buildings under new roofs, These have previously had planning for conversion but are equally well suited for equestrian use and/or part for use as home office/studios subject to planning

Double Garage - 7.14m x 5.84m (23'5" x 19'2")

Single offset up and over door to front

Workshop - 7.14m x 3.96m (23'5" x 13')

Feed Store - 7.42m x 2.54m (24'4" x 8'4")

window and 2 pair of timber doors at shoulder height to allow access to feed/bed down stock

Stable 1 - 4.42m x 3.84m (14'6" x 12'7")

with stable door to front

Stable 2 - 4.42m x 3.66m 2.13m (14'6" x 12' 7")

with stable door to front


This was granted in 2011 by Torridge District Council for the conversion of the above buildings into 4 bed and breakfast units but has been allowed to lapse. Number 1/0716/2011/Ext.

The Garden area

To the east and rear grassed areas and to the west a former small paddock that has been regularly mown to give a lawn like appearance.

Kitchen Garden

Away to the back of the house with a separate gated access from the county lane that also serves the fields is a potentially productive kitchen garden area, Aluminium frame greenhouse 12' x 10, polytunnel and a timber store shed 11'7" x 7' '.

The fields

run off from the garden areas and include a small gently sloping pasture field with mature hedge surrounds ideal for holding animals overnight or short periods this then leads through a gate into a larger enclosure and on to the biggest field. Between the 2 larger fields is a small stream and an area of woodland, a haven for wildlife.

Interested in this property? Then contact

James Traynar
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01271 327878

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