A newly converted three bedroom barn in Bradworthy, North Devon
Fixed price £315,000
The Shippon will be completed in April / May 2019. It is attached to its sister barn, The Old Granary, and is one of three very individual and distinct, barn conversions, on an exciting new development once originally a working farm.. Also part of the development is Cherry Barton.
The development is surrounded by fields and has far reaching countryside views.
• Outstanding quality barn conversion
• Light and airy vaulted kitchen
• Three bedrooms, all ensuite
• Utility room
• Lots of storage
• Exposed beams, A frames and lintels
• Underfloor heating throughout
• Cabled ready for sky and data networks
• Garden with new 6ft x 8ft store shed
• Parking for two cars
• Edge of village location
• 5 min level walk to village, all amenities and doctor surgery
• 15 minutes from the fantastic Devon / Cornwall coast
• Holsworthy 7miles, Bude 12miles, Bideford 14miles
The property has underfloor heating throughout heated by a gas-fired, LPG combi boiler.
All internal doors are ledged, planked solid oak with hand forged, pewter ironmongery and the windows are all bespoke, hand-made in wood by local craftsmen, with pewter ironmongery.
Enter the front door into
Kitchen (3.5m x 4.8m / 11'6" x 15'9")
With vaulted ceiling, sunny sky lights and A frames. Exposed beams above window and natural slate floor. The kitchen is a light cream simple shaker style with polished natural slate work surfaces and has a gas hob, double electric oven, traditional white ceramic inset sink and integrated dishwasher. Window overlooks the drive and garden and has views across a large field to Crosspark farm and beyond to far reaching countryside. Door to…
Living room (4.8m x 4.1m / 15'9" x 13'6")
Vaulted ceiling with exposed A frames and sunny skylights. Engineered oak flooring, solid oak fronted tall storage cupboards. Wood burner set on slate hearth, TV point, window with views as the kitchen.
Separate WC (0.85m x 1.7m / 2'10" x 5'7")
With bespoke oak and slate sink stand and toilet.
Hallway - real slate flooring continues from the kitchen into the hallway. Large full height, oak fronted, double storage cupboard.
Utility room (1.9m x 2.3m / 6'3" x 7'7")
Stainless steel sink, base units and wall cupboards, boiler and underfloor heating controls, space for washing machine.
Bedroom one (4.3m x 3.8m / 14'1" x 7'7")
Accessed from living room with vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, roof lights and window, built in double cupboard with double storage cupboard above. Solid oak doors.
Ensuite (1.7m x 2.8m / 5'7"" x 9'2")
With walk-in, glass panel shower with drencher head and standard shower head. Bath, panelled in engineered oak. Bespoke oak and slate basin unit. Toilet. Heated ladder towel rail. Tiled floor with underfloor heating.
Bedroom two (4m x 3.4m / 13'2" x 11'2")
Vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, built-in full height cupboard, window.
Ensuite (1.6m x 2.2m / 5'3" x 7'3")
With walk-in shower with glass panel, drencher head and standard shower head. Bespoke oak and slate basin unit. Toilet. Heated ladder towel rail. Full length window. Tiled floor with underfloor heating.
Bedroom three (4.5m x 3.2m / 14'9" x 10'6" max)
Vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and two rooflights.
Ensuite (1.2m x 3.2m / 4' x 10'6")
With walk-in shower with glass panel, drencher head and standard shower head. Bespoke oak and slate basin unit. Toilet. Heated ladder towel rail. Tiled floor with underfloor heating.
This deceptively spacious, inviting barn conversion was originally where the cows used to be milked, and was always known as the Shippon. The oldest parts are cob and combined with an airy new extension, have created this lovely, welcoming home filled with light, lots of character, beams and wonky walls.
The garden (approx. 11m x 22m / 36' x 72') sits to the front of the house, across the drive backed by a hedge bank to the north and with a picket fence marking its boundaries.
There is a new 6ft x 8ft garden shed in the garden for storage and wood store with gravel path.
There is parking for two cars to the east side of the property which is set immediately to the front of the original Honnacotts farmhouse.
Mains electric – British Gas
Mains water – SW Water
Sewage – The Shippon has its own treatment plant underground in the garden
Gas LPG - The property has its own gas tank, also underground in the garden.
Please note: Neither the treatment plant nor the gas tank is shared with any other property.
All is cabled ready for sky and data networks.
For loads more info on the property, please download the additional pdf information sheet 'A dozen great reasons to live at The Shippon'.
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Bradworthy has the largest village square in the county. It is a lovely self-contained village with a post office/Costcutter, general stores, doctors surgery, garage pub, church, an excellent Academy primary school and more.
The stunning, wild and rugged North Devon/Cornwall coast lies within easy reach some 12 miles away with small secluded coves and long sandy beaches. Perfect for walking, swimming, surfing and kite surfing.
Holsworthy, the Nearest market town is, 7 miles away with a Waitrose store, 24hr M&S garage and a weekly farmers market held in the square.
Bude is 15 miles away with it's popular sandy beaches, sea pool and highly regarded surfing school – Also access to the cyclists Tarka Trail.
Barnstaple, North Devon's largest market town great for shopping and with the North Devon district hospital is 40mins.
Exeter with access to the M5, airport and shopping is 1h 10mins away as is Tiverton with access to M5
Newquay airport is 1hr 20mins
From Bradworthy square, follow North Road out towards Hartland / Meddon.
Continue to the very edge of the village where The Shippon will be seen on the right hand side just before Crosspark cross.
Seller: Andrew Levick (Agent)
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