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Bradworthy, Holsworthy, Devon, EX22

Asking price £435,000, 4 bedrooms, Type unknown,

  • Detached Coach House
  • Edge of Village Location
  • American Stabling
  • All Weather Sand School
  • Approx 3.8 Acres
  • Grazing Rights on Further 80 Acres
  • No Onward Chain
Agent’s wording:
A detached coach house conversion offering spacious accommodation and an equestrian bias. Benefiting from American stabling, an all weather sand school, approx 3.8 acres and commoners grazing on a further 80 acres.

The property is conveniently situated on the outskirts of the popular village of Bradworthy. There are an excellent range of amenities surrounding the village square including a variety of shops, doctors, veterinary surgery, places of worship, public house, primary school, garage and a social club. The coast is within easy access (under 10 miles away). There is a sandy beach at the north Cornish town of Bude or access to the rugged North Devon coastline at Welcombe. The larger towns of Bideford and Holsworthy are both within easy reach and both offer a wider range of amenities including banks, schooling for all ages and supermarkets. The regional centre of Barnstaple is approximately 23 miles away and offers all the areas main business, shopping and commercial venues.
This is a superb opportunity to acquire a detached coach house conversion with an equestrian bias. The property is located on the outskirts of the popular self contained village and benefits from grazing rights on Bradworthy Moor (approximately 80 acres). The property benefits from two reception rooms and four bedrooms. There is ample off road parking and turning areas as well as garden areas surrounding the property. There is an attached car port, which offers further potential for conversion / extension subject to any necessary planning permissions. The property also benefits from a large detached barn that offers American stabling, a tack room, a hay store and a mezzanine storage area. There is also a further concrete turnout yard and further stabling. There is an all weather sand school with the property standing in approximately 3.8 acres, which is divided into two gently sloping paddocks. There is also the added advantage that the property benefits from commoners grazing rights for Bradworthy Moor (80 acres), which is situated just a short distance up the lane. The agents have no hesitation in recommending a full internal inspection as the property is available on the open market with no on going chain.

The accommodation layout and approximate dimensions are more clearly shown on the accompanying floorplan. The accommodation is described in brief as follows:

The front door leads to the entrance hall. Stairs rise to the first floor landing. A door gives access to the dining room as well as the kitchen. The dining room has glazed french doors giving access to the front elevation. There is also an ornate fireplace with stone surround and timber mantel over. It then opens to the kitchen, which has an excellent range of matching base units with stainless steel single drainer sink unit set into roll top work surfaces with tiled splash backs. There is space for a cooker, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge freezer. A door then gives access to the rear elevation. The sitting room enjoys a triple aspect with windows to the front and rear elevations with glazed french doors leading to the side elevation. There is a wood burning stove in an inglenook style fireplace.

The first floor landing is spacious with an exposed timber floor, windows to the rear elevation and a hatch access to the loft space. The family bathroom has a three piece white suite with a tongue and groove panelled bath with a shower over, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Bedroom one has a window to the front elevation enjoying countryside views. There are built in wardrobes and exposed beams (part of bedroom four has been used to provide a larger main bedroom for bedroom one, however the vendor is prepared to put this back so that bedroom four is a useable room). Bedroom two has a window to the front elevation and a built-in wardrobe. Bedroom three has a window to the rear elevation. Bedroom four is currently used as a dressing room and has a window to the rear elevation.

The property is approached through a gate to an area of off road parking and turning area for several vehicles. The property is surrounded by a level area of garden mainly laid to lawn with flower beds and borders. There is also two patio areas. To the rear is a utility room and a large car port. It is understood that the property could be suitable for an extension, subject to any necessary planning permissions. A five bar gate then leads to the property's land and the large barn. There are two good size timber sheds with power connected. The large barn is currently used as American stabling housing five stables, a hay store, tack room and a mezzanine storage level. There is also parking for a vehicle and horse box. Off the barn is a further concrete turnout area along with a further stable and tack room. Beyond the barn is an all weather sand school and access to the two paddocks. On the whole the property sits in approximately 3.8 acres. The property also benefits from commoners grazing rights on Bradworthy Moor, which is situated just a short distance up the lane and is approximately 80 acres in total.
Torridge District Council, Riverbank House, Bideford, Devon EX39 2QG. Tel: 01237 428700.
From Bideford Quay with the River Torridge on your left hand side proceed towards Great Torrington on the A386. Just before entering the village of Landcross, turn right (just before the chapel and before passing over the river) signposted to Parkham, Bradworthy and Buckland Brewer. Stay on this road for approximately 11 miles. The road then bears sharply around to the left. Turn right here signposted towards Whitely and Woolfardisworthy and continue up this lane for a short distance where the property will be situated on the right hand side.
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.

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