Do not miss the chance to acquire 2 beautiful barn conversions, The Threshing Barn and The Stables situated in an idyllic rural location, all in approximately just under an acre of grounds. (contd...) Read more
Do not miss the chance to acquire 2 beautiful barn conversions, The Threshing Barn and The Stables situated in an idyllic rural location, all in approximately just under an acre of grounds. (contd...)
With the Threshing Barn having 5 bedrooms, and 4 bedrooms in the Stables, these barns offer great opportunity for live/work lifestyle or for extended family.Currently both properties are being run as holiday homes, with the Threshing Barn regularly generating an income of up to £40,000 per year and the Stables up to £30,000.
Early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate all that this complex has to offer.
THE THRESHING BARN:
Situated off the beaten track is this stunning 5 bedroom (2 en-suite) Threshing Barn, that has been carefully restored and lovingly kept, boasting many character features throughout that include exposed beams, vaulted ceilings, wooden flooring, exposed stone work and wooden latch doors.
A full height glazed entrance leads into the light and airy sitting room with wooden flooring, log burner and a further glazed door, with exposed stone either side, which leads out onto the patio.
Steps down to the open plan, dual aspect kitchen dining room which encompasses a country feel having wooden base units with butler sink, range cooker and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. There is space for a free standing fridge freezer. There is also a deep storage cupboard under the staircase to the first floor. Completing this level is a generous double bedroom with exposed stone feature couple with a lintel over the window. A stylish en-suite shower room services this bedroom.
A galleried landing has a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and cast iron banister railings, there are 4 generous double bedrooms (2 en-suites) and a family bathroom. The master bedroom has exposed A-frame beam and a floor to ceiling window overlooking the beautiful panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. The en-suite shower has been beautiful restored to a rustic style.
To the front of the barn there is off road parking for several vehicles. A side gate leads through to the patio area and ½ acre of stock fenced, lawned gardens. There are beautiful countryside views from this point.
Both of these barns benefit from the use of an indoor swimming pool.
ACCOMMODATION The barn enters into the impressive open planning sitting room/ dining with an exposed stone wall, a central beam and a log burner with an external flue.
The farmhouse kitchen has a vaulted ceiling and is fitted with cream base units, a sink with drainer, electric hob with oven below, an integrated dishwasher and space for a freestanding fridge freezer.Also on the ground floor, is a generously sized double bedroom with a spacious en-suite shower room benefitting from a walk in double shower cubicle.
To the first floor there are 3 double bedrooms and the main bathroom. The master bedroom has an exposed A-frame beam, alcove with a clothes hanging rail and far reaching views over the valley. There is also an en-suite shower room fitted with a double shower cubicle. The 2 remaining double bedrooms both have vaulted ceilings creating a light and airy aspect.
The main bathroom also has an exposed stone wall, a vaulted ceiling with a skylight and a freestanding roll top claw foot bath. Finally off the landing is a small storage cupboard.
Outside there a south facing garden with a brick BBQ fire. There are far reaching countryside views and also private parking.
Services Mains electric. Oil fired central heating. Both barns share bore hole water and septic tank drainage.
Leave Great Torrington using the A386 towards Okehampton. On the edge of the town, turn left onto the A3124 signposted Winkleigh. Approximately 2 miles on from RHS Rosemoor you will come to a cross roads, take the right hand turn into the farm lane. There will be a wooden sign for Woolleigh Barton Barns. Drive down the lane where Woolleigh Barton Barns will be found on the left hand side.
From Exeter take the A377 Barnstaple road.After several miles take the left hand turning signposted Bideford/Torrington/B3220.Continue on this road passing through Winkleigh and on to Beaford.Approximately 1.5 miles on from the village of Beaford, take the left hand turn into a lane on a bend. There will be a wooden sign for Woolleigh Barton Barns. Drive down the lane where Woolleigh Barton Barns will be found on the left hand side.