Bradford, Holsworthy
£1,295,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 7
A most impressive former rectory, boasting an array of character features. No Onward Chain, Impressive Former Rectory, Grade II Listed, 7 Bedrooms, 3 Reception Rooms, Kitchen / Breakfast Room, Driveway & Double Garage, Driveway & Double Garage, Beautiful Mature Gardens, Stables and 2 Paddocks, Approximately 4.19 Acres. EPC Band E.

SITUATION

The property occupies a private position within the charming and historic village of Bradford, approximately 7.1 miles north east of Holsworthy. The popular beaches of North Devon and North Cornwall are 15.7 miles to the north and 16 miles to the west respectively.

The well serviced village of Shebbear, with its village store, doctors surgery, playing fields and village hall, offering a wide range of activities and renowned Shebbear College is just 2.8 miles away. More extensive shopping, leisure and health facilities can be found in the ancient market town of Holsworthy, which is known for its weekly livestock and panier markets. Holsworthy also boasts a Waitrose supermarket, a wide range of shops, banks, professional services and agricultural suppliers.

The town of Okehampton is located 15.9 miles to the south east, offering access onto Dartmoor, the A30 dual carriageway and a railway station with regular services to Exeter St. David's.

DESCRIPTION

A substantial Grade II listed, detached former rectory, boasting an array of character features. The property is believed to date back to the 16th century and re-modelled in 1849.

ACCOMMODATION

Front door leads into the entrance hall with it's impressive curved staircase leading to the first floor via an ornate stain glass window.

The dining room is an excellent room for hosting with a beamed ceiling, wood burning stove and delightful aspect to the front and side of the property.

The kitchen/breakfast room is accessed via a wide doorway from the hall and comprises a range of wall mounted units, base units and drawers, Rayburn, Belfast sink and Integrated Neff Appliances - cooker, hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. There is a door to the rear hall which leads to the pantry and utility room with additional cupboards, sink and space for appliances.

The sitting room offers a wood burning stove with an ornate surround, large window with a window seat and providing an aspect to front, tastefully finished built in wooden TV cabinet and a door into the drawing room which offers a further wood burning stove and built in storage.

The garden room with its fine oak joinery, vaulted ceiling and most pleasant views over the garden and central courtyard, is a superb addition which has been sympathetically completed by the current owners.

The ground floor of the property is completed by a cloakroom with WC, range of store rooms and a double garage with a staircase to a substantial loft space above.

The first floor offers 7 bedrooms, family bathroom and a 'Jack and Jill' style shower room which serves as an en-suite for Bedroom 3. Bedroom 1 benefits from a dressing area with built in wardrobes and an en suite bathroom.

OUTSIDE

The property is approached by a tarmac driveway with a turning circle to the front and leads down the side to a parking area by the double garage.

The gardens are beautifully presented and predominantly laid to lawn with a variety of mature trees, fruit trees, shrubs and plants, well stocked beds, patio terrace and a croquet lawn.

The central courtyard with mature herb garden and the water feature is an exquisite detail of the property.

Two paddocks and 4 stables are located to the north of the property.

In all the property extends to approximately 4.19 acres or thereabouts.

SERVICES

Mains electric and water. Private drainage via septic tank. Oil fired central heating. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services. The property is sold subject to all local authority charges.

VIEWINGS

Strictly by appointment with the vendor's appointed agents, Stags.

DIRECTIONS

From Holsworthy take the A3072 in an easterly direction towards Hatherleigh. Proceed for 4.5 miles and take the left hand turning at the Public House at Brandis Corner. Proceed for 1.4 miles. On a right hand bend and with several houses on the left hand side, take the left hand turn, signposted Bradford 1, Thornbury 2.5 miles. Continue along this road for about 0.75 miles and then turn right, signposted Dipper Mill, follow this road for approximately 0.25 miles and the property will be the second house on the left.

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