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Langtree, Great Torrington, Devon, EX38

7 bedroom house for sale

detached House, Semi Rural, Fine and Country

7 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms

4 Receptions

Key Features

  • Rural location
  • Firs time on the market for 30 years
  • Market town of Great Torrington approx. 4 miles
  • Surfing beaches of North Devon approx. 13 miles
  • Dartmoor approx. 20 miles
  • Impressive Inglenook stone fireplace
  • Scope for updating
  • Abundance of parking
  • In out drive
  • Former stables with electricity
  • Outdoor store sheds
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Harley Foster

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Property Description

Sat prominently amidst its grounds a fine, former farmhouse, with extensive accommodation offering 6 bedrooms, 3 reception rooms, 1 bedroom annexe, double garage, formal gardens, and former paddocks which are now planted out with an array of fine mature trees. The overall plot extends to 2 acres.

Coming in off the rural lane a wide curved stone wall entrance guides you in on one of the drives leading to the side of the house which provides parking by the side door or you can continue around the front passing the glazed entrance on the right towards the double garage and the second driveway entrance.

The 15’ reception hall off the glazed entrance sets the scene well for the rest of the house and on the left is the third reception room, with a brick fire surround and former connecting door to the annexe, now blocked off on the annexe side, but as agents we are led to believe can be easily reopened if so required. On the right of the hall is a fine double aspect dining room taking full advantage of the view over the front gardens and taking centre stage within the room is a large inglenook fireplace. The double aspect kitchen offers a range of floor wall and drawer units, work surfacing, 4 ring LPG gas hob, electric oven and a deep cupboard houses a modern boiler. The sitting room with its impressive stone inglenook fireplace and log burner is found at the end of the inner hall which also serves the cloakroom and a larder/store. Rounding off the accommodation on the ground floor is a good-sized utility room having appliance space as well as a range of cupboards and sink and a door leading to the afore mentioned gravel drive.

Stairs lead off the reception hall to a split-level landing along one is found a double bedroom, one of the family bathrooms and a separate shower room. Heading off in the opposite direction from whence you came the landing divides again leading to 5 further double bedrooms, three having vaulted ceilings, two being some 16’in length and one having an extensive range of built in cupboards along one wall. Rounding off the accommodation is a good-sized jack and Jill family bathroom.

Currently accessed from outside, a glazed front door opens into a kitchen/breakfast room being double aspect with a range of wall and floor units and work surfacing with space for a slot in cooker and under counter fridge. For an annexe, the sitting room is of a good size being double aspect with feature stone fireplace with log burner and doors opening into formal gardens towards the ornamental pond.

Stairs to the first-floor lead to a small galleried landing off which is found a double bedroom with cupboards and the bathroom with its three-piece suite.

The large double garage, with power and light laid on and up and over door, sits adjacent to the annexe so if more accommodation was required it would lend itself to this, subject to planning.

A gardener’s store and log store are found near the side door and heading up to the fields are the former stables which have both power and light connected.

Gardens and grounds
These are a true delight taking many forms from formal garden with lawn, orchard, large vegetable plot, two spinneys, meadow grassland and throughout some wonderful planting and design has been undertaken by the Vendors over the 30 years they have lived here. The planting includes oak, horse chestnut, sweet chestnut, acacia, copper maple, apple, walnut, rose, rhododendron and Pieris to mention but a few. Wondering through the grounds there is a real feeling of calm and tranquillity listing to nature all around and in parts are views across the neighbouring gardens and farmland.

Agents Note
There is a metered spur, off the mains water feed to the farm, that goes to the neighbouring property and the owners of the farm bill accordingly.

Key Information



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Main water, electricity, septic tank drainage, heating via LPG.


Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agent

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