A picturesque converted farmhouse property offering a country lifestyle with modern accommodation. (contd...) Read more
A picturesque converted farmhouse property offering a country lifestyle with modern accommodation. (contd...)
Situated on the edge of the village of Langtree, amongst a collection of barn conversions is this beautiful and spacious four bedroom detached stone built farmhouse.It sits in an elevated position within a large courtyard.
The property has been sympathetically renovated by the current owners over the last 16 years to create a wonderful spacious home in a truly remarkable setting with the added benefits of approximately 6 acres (2.42 hectare) of land/paddock as well as having a wonderful wildlife lake and field (in which the owners exercises their dogs) and a stream towards the bottom half of the field.
Accommodation The property faces south west and enjoys sun at the front of the house during the day with the sunroom/conservatory receiving the sun from midday onwards.
The property enters into a welcoming double glazed entrance porch that in turn leads through to the impressive lounge/dining room that measures 268 x 126. Having a lovely oak wooden floor, exposed stone walls and wood burning stove inserted into the chimney breast. From this room is an opening leading through into the internal hall that gives access to the sunroom/conservatory that has a high degree of privacy and with the benefit of being triple aspect with fantastic views over the garden.
The impressive kitchen has a Marland brick floor complemented by a stylish range of base and eye level units that incorporate rolled edge work surfaces, integral dishwasher, and space for an electric cooker. The utility room is accessed from the kitchen and has a similar range of wall and base level units with appliance space for washing machine, fridge freezer and tumble dryer.A door from the utility room also gives access to the rear garden.Completing the ground floor is a cloakroom WC and a useful area that could be used as a study if required.In the back hall, is a working well which provides all the water for the garden and washing cars etc.
On the first floor are four well-proportioned bedrooms three doubles and a generous single. The master bedroom benefits from built in wardrobes and views over the garden, The family bathroom is also on this floor and comprises of a stylish white three piece suite and a separate corner shower cubicle.
The loft has a large area, all boarded, with electric sources.
Outside Situated in just under 6 acres, the cottage enjoys a private garden, having a front garden and patio to the rear for alfresco dining. Laid to lawn with 5 bar gate to the south and pedestrian gate to the top steps with access to the paddock. Meandering through a pathway to the productive vegetable garden having raised beds, chicken coop and orchard.It is also has a 9 x 10 greenhouse. The paddock, approximately 3 acres is gently sloped being stock fenced and having mature hedgerows. A path laid through the gorse leads down to the picturesque pond. Accessed over the footbridge, the lake of about 1 acre has a jetty, and two islands. The lake stocked with a variety of fish, is a delight for the avid fisherman. A gentle walk leads back to the front of the property.
The property has a double sized garage adjacent to the house.There is an old outhouse in need of some attention. It is currently used for garden equipment, lawnmowers, strimmers etc. This is a useful storage space.
Additionally there is a wood shed at the side of the house.
Lounge/Dining Room26' (7.92m).8" (0.2m) x 12' (3.66m).6" (0.15m).
Sunroom12'1" x 11'8" (3.68m x 3.56m).
Kitchen13'6" x 8'8" (4.11m x 2.64m).
Utility Room9'10" x 6'1" (3m x 1.85m).
Bedroom 111'11" x 10' (3.63m x 3.05m).
Bedroom 212' x 9'7" (3.66m x 2.92m).
Bedroom 310' x 9' (3.05m x 2.74m).
Bedroom 48'7" x 7' (2.62m x 2.13m).
Leave Torrington on the A386 towards Bideford. On the edge of town, turn left opposite the Commons and signposted Langtree. Continue along this road for approximately 3 miles until reaching the village. Take the first left next to the pub and follow for approximately 0.3 miles where the property can be found on at the rear of the collection of barns.