Ashwater, Beaworthy, EX21

Offers in excess of £670,000

  • Receptions:
    4
  • Bedrooms:
    5
  • Bathrooms:
    4

A stunning and substantial, 'L' shaped, reversed living, detached, 5/6 bedroomed barn conversion, offering ample accommodation and potential to create separate living spaces (subject to any necessary consents). The well planned gardens are a real feature of this exceptional property.

Entrance Hall The main entrance hall gives access to all of the downstairs bedrooms, bathrooms and conservatory, with two staircases to the first floor living accommodation.

Master Bedroom 5.56m x 3.12m (18'3" x 10'3") Window to the gardens, built in wardrobe and en-suite shower room. Radiator.

Conservatory 3.38m x 3.25m (11'1" x 10'8") Overlooking the rear gardens.

Bedroom Two 6.35m x 4.70m (20'10" x 15'5") Windows to two aspects and staircase to the first floor. Two radiators.

Bedroom Three 3.94m x 3.45m (12'11" x 11'4") Window to the rear gardens, radiator.

Bedroom Four 4.06m x 3.38m (13'4" x 11'1") Window to rear, radiator.

Bedroom Five 3.40m x 3.40m (11'2" x 11'2") Window to the side, radiator.

Family Bathroom Obscure double glazed window to the rear. Large luxury bath, low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator.

Shower Room Walk-in shower cubicle, low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator.

First Floor The main staircase leads up to the Sitting Room on the first floor, via a door at the top of the stairs. There is also an additional staircase at the opposite end of the home, leading from Bedroom Two on the ground floor, to the Study/Bedroom Six on the first floor.

Sitting Room 7.72m x 4.88m (25'4" x 16'0") A double aspect room with a spectacular outlook over the gardens. Feature local stone fireplace with inset log burner on a slate hearth and TV/video display plinth to one side. two radiators.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 6.78m x 4.95m (22'3" x 16'3") Windows to two aspects overlooking the rear gardens. Feature stone inglenook with a fitted range style gas cooker. Range of work top surfaces with cupboards and drawers under, Space and plumbing for dish washer and fridge, breakfast bar, wall mounted cupboards, built in dresser with display units, wine rack and cupboards under. Space for a good size breakfast/dining table. Radiator.

First Floor Entrance Hall/Utility 5.30m x 2.77m (17'5" x 9'1") Door and steps down to the parking area. sink unit with cupboards under, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, space and vent for tumble dryer and upright fridge freezer, built in good size store cupboards.

Cloakroom With low level WC, wash basin.

Dining Room 5.64m x 4.75m (18'6" x 15'7") Windows and Velux windows to two aspects.

Study/Bedroom Six 5.40m x 4.85m (17'9" x 15'11") Window to the front, Staircase to the ground floor, door to en-suite shower room with walk-in shower, wash basin and low level WC.

Outside The beautifully planned and stocked gardens are a real feature of the property. An enclosed courtyard to one side of the property has a door to the main ground floor entrance hall, whilst on the other, there is a good-size parking area with the screened oil tank and gas bottles for the range style cooker. Stocked shrub beds border one side of the parking area, with steps up to a rear entrance to the property and a useful store cupboard under. Further steps lead up, via a shrub garden, to the top lawn - which was formerly an orchard - and still maintains a few mature apple trees. The garden lawn is bordered by stocked traditional flower beds. Steps lead back down to the rear of the property via a rose arch, with access to the conservatory, and on one side, the large timber-built workshop/store with a concrete floor, power and light. The main lawn is level, with again, well-stocked beds, and to the right-hand side is a garden pond, and soft fruit and vegetable plot area with a greenhouse and further level lawns.

Services Oil-fired boiler for central heating and hot water. Bottled LPG-fired range cooker. Mains electricity and water. Private drainage.

Local Authority Torridge Council.

Council Tax Band D.

Directions
From Okehampton head West and join the A30 West bound. Continue along the A30 to the Roadford Lake and Broadwoodwidger turn off. Turn right at the end of the slip road, proceeding over the A30 and stay on this road over Roadford Lake and after approximately 3 miles at the next T-junction turn left and then immediately right signposted Ashwater. After crossing the bridge turn left and head up the hill to Ashwater, passing the village green on the left. Continue out of the village, head down the hill, over the small bridge and on entering Henford the property is on the right.

EPC Rating

Property Tenure: Freehold

Save Property Request a Viewing Arrange a Valuation

Your Local Property Expert

Steven Ridgway
Manager
Okehampton
01837 514040
Read more about me

Find out more about my Branch

This calculator is for indication purposes only.


Looking to boost your budget?

If you’re over 60 years old, a Lifetime Lease could be the right option for you! Save thousands on the cost of your next home and find security for your future, with help from Bradleys and Homewise. Discover how much you could save through the quick calculator below.

Our Latest Reviews

My Saved Properties

To save a property click the icon beside the address.

Would you like a stunning video of your property to maximise the chances of selling successfully?

View all our property videos

Sell your property with a virtual tour and only get the serious buyers through your door!

Sell your home with a Bradleys Tour

Send a message or call us 01837 514040

Request a Viewing

Send a message or call us
01837 514040

Floorplan for Ashwater, Beaworthy, EX21