Hatherleigh, Okehampton
Sold Subject to Contract

4 beds | 1 baths | 3 receptions | Offers in the region of £695,000

  • Four Bedroom Former Hunting Lodge
  • Garden Room
  • Idyllic Rural Position
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Range of Outbuildings and large Barn
  • 10 Acres of Land
  • Located in The Heart of Hatherleigh Moor
  • Town Facilities Within Easy Reach
  • Additional land Available to Buy or Rent via separate negotiation

***A unique, peaceful, rural retreat set in the heart of the spectacular, unspoilt countryside of ancient Hatherleigh Moor!!***

Howes Estates are proud to offer this versatile, four bedroom former hunting lodge, set within 10 acres of pasture land (more land available to buy or rent via separate negotiation), meadows & gardens, with a range of useful outbuildings, all surrounded by stunning countryside, woodland, natural spring, small stream and unspoilt countryside views.

Accommodation briefly comprises of an entrance porch, sitting room, dining room, breakfast room, kitchen, utility room, study, garden room, ground floor w.c, four first floor bedrooms (bedroom three having en-suite potential) and shower room.

Outbuildings include a 75ft x 55ft agricultural barn with power & water supply, 23' x 11.8' workshop with power & light connected, 22' x 21' fully insulated garage with power & light connected, plus further covered storage areas and stores.

Unique property of this nature set within such an outstanding area of natural unspoilt beauty is very rare to the market and Howes Estates recommends an immediate viewing to avoid disappointment.

Local Area
The property is situated just over a mile from the popular small town of Hatherleigh. This historic market town (known as the smallest town in Devon) has a thriving community offering a good range of shops and amenities including a supermarket, post office, café's, art gallery, two food serving public houses, fish & chip shop and a local garage. The town also benefits from having a primary school, health care centre, veterinary surgery and a very popular weekly farmers market. There are various sporting facilities together with a well maintained modern community hall where many groups and classes meet. The larger town of Okehampton is located just 8 miles away having an excellent range of shops and facilities including 3 supermarkets which includes a Waitrose, local businesses, a leisure centre and schools ranging from infant to A-level standard. From Okehampton, the A30 can be found providing easy access to Cornwall and the City of Exeter, linking to the M5 motorway, intercity rail and international air connections.

Entrance Porch 2.26m x 2.14m (7'4" x 7'0")
Period front door with stained glass window, window to front aspect, round stained glass window, tile effect vinyl floor.

Sitting Room 6.21m x 3.84m (20'4" x 12'7")
Oak flooring, 3 x windows, period stone fireplace with wood burner and bread oven, tv point, double power sockets.

Dining Room 5.00m x 2.37m (16'4" x 7'9")
Oak Flooring, window, built-in glass fronted display cabinet, double power sockets.

Kitchen 4.88m x 2.28m (16'0" x 7'5")
Matching wall/base storage cupboards & drawers, display cabinet, solid wood work surfaces & rolled edge granite work surfaces, built-in combination oven/microwave, halogen hob, composite sink/drainer with bespoke mixer tap, space & plumbing for a dishwasher, double power sockets, vinyl flooring.

Breakfast Room 4.01m x 3.30m (13'1" x 10'9")
Period fireplace with inset oil fired Rayburn, built-in storage cupboards & display cabinet, window, under stairs storage cupboard, vinyl flooring, double power sockets.

Rear Lobby
Door to rear.

Utility Room 2.28m x 2.26m (7'5" x 7'4")
Built-in wall/base storage cupboards, stainless steel sink/drainer with mixer tap, space & plumbing for washing machine, space for white goods, radiator, window.

Study 2.71m x 2.54m (8'10" x 8'3")
Built-in book shelves, built-in desk, dual aspect windows, radiator, telephone point, power sockets.

Garden Room 4.70m x 2.59m (15'5" x 8'5")
Double doors to garden patio, slate floor, full length windows, radiator, double doors to kitchen.

W.C 1.99m x 1.25m (6'6" x 4'1")
w.c, wash hand basin, slate floor, window.

First Floor Landing
Fitting carpet, Velux window, built-in book shelves.

Bedroom One 3.89m x 3.51m (12'9" x 11'6")
Fitted carpet, wardrobe recess, radiator, window, exposed ceiling beams, power sockets.

Bedroom Two 3.07m x 2.88m (10'0" x 9'5")
Fitted carpet, wardrobe recess, radiator, exposed ceiling beam, window, power sockets.

Bedroom Three 10.6m x 3.58m (34'9" x 11'8")
Fitted carpet, dual aspect windows, fitted storage shelves, 2 x radiators, power sockets, plumbing for creation of en-suite if required (STP).

Bedroom Four 3.00 x 2.00 (9'10" x 6'6")
Built-in storage cupboards & drawers, fitted carpet, window, power socket.

Shower Room 2.28m x 2.14m (7'5" x 7'0")
Aqua-boarded double shower cubicle, 'Aquaflow' electric shower, low level w.c, wash hand basin, built-in vanity storage cupboards, Velux window, radiator, hardwood flooring.

Land & Gardens
The property has the benefit having 10 acres of unspoilt pasture pasture/meadow land divided into several plots by ancient hedge and tree lined borders (single farmland payments available).
There is a large meadow garden area to the front of the property featuring a reproduction Greek temple, sun patio, covered herb garden, raised vegetable beds, storage shed, chicken run, log store and green house.

Barn 23m x 16.7m (75'5" x 54'9")
Fitted power/light and water supply.

Workshop 7.18m x 3.56m (23'6" x 11'8")
Fitted power/light, windows, work benches, water supply, w.c.

Garage 6.9m x 6.50m (22'7" x 21'3")
large wooden access doors, fully insulated, DPC to floor, window, power & light connected.

Covered Store One 10.4m x 9.64m (34'1" x 31'7")

Covered Store Two 8.26m x 5.28m (27'1" x 17'3")

Store Room 6.01m x 3.33m (19'8" x 10'11")

Mains Water
Private Drainage
Mains Electricity
Council Tax Band 'D'


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As the sellers agents we are not surveyors or conveyancing experts & as such we cannot & do not comment on the condition of the property, any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings, or services or issues relating to the title or other legal issues that may affect the property, unless we have been made aware of such matters. Interested parties should employ their own professionals to make such enquiries before making any transactional decisions. You are advised to check the availability of any property before travelling any distance to view.

Agents Note:
The Agent notes that neither wide angle lenses or photo editing were used in the production of these details.
The agent recommends that potential purchasers book an appointment to view in order to fully appreciate all aspects of the property.

To make an appointment to view this property please contact Howes Estates on 01837 83393

Referal Fees
Howes Estates offer a mortgage referral service to either The Mortgage Advise Bureau or Mortgages with Joy. The average referral fee paid to Howes Estates is £250.

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