A charming period farmhouse situated within its own confined grounds of approximately 12 acres of mixed woodland, pasture land and gardens along with quality stabling and outbuildings.
Enjoying stunning countryside views this impressive character home offers versatile accommodation with three double bedrooms, master en suite and walk-in wardrobe, family bathroom and many reception rooms to include; drawing room, dining room, breakfast room, study/ home office, kitchen, utility, WC, boot room, music room and a garden room.
Situated less than 4 miles from the market town of Holsworthy and approximately 12 miles from both the popular coastal town of Bude and Launceston with its links onto the A30 this is a rare lifestyle opportunity in an excellent and sought after location.
From Bude proceed out of the town towards Stratton and upon reaching the roundabout turn left onto the A39 sign posted to Bideford. Then after approximately quarter of a mile turn right signposted to Holsworthy (A3072). Follow this road out of Stratton for approximately 3 miles until reaching Red Post. Turn right towards Launceston on the B3254 for a further 1.5 miles then take the second left-hand turning signposted Bridgerule. Proceed all the way through the village, over the bridge and out the other side. After passing Southlands Court take the next turning on your right signposted North Tamerton. Remain on this road for a further 3 miles until reaching a minor junction. Turn right, as if to go straight on (again signposted North Tamerton). Proceed up to the brow of the hill and you will see a driveway on your right hand side leading to Westcott. Drive down here taking caution and then take the first left turning towards Westcott Farmhouse.
A slate covered entrance porch with UPVC double glazed arch doors, floor-to-ceiling double glazed windows to either side and original part glazed door into;
Original staircase ascends to the first floor landing, coved ceiling, double radiator, original four-panel doors serve the following rooms;
Double glazed sliding sash window to front elevation enjoying stunning rural views, coved ceiling, feature ceiling rose, double radiator, recessed multi fuel burner on slate hearth with timber mantle and surround.
Double glazed French doors to front elevation with stunning views over open countryside, coved ceiling, plaster ceiling rose, double radiator, freestanding wood burner on a natural stone hearth with matching mantle and surround.
Double glazed sliding sash window to rear elevation, slate flagstone flooring, double radiator, and large wood burner recessed into brick chimney on a slate hearth with original bread oven to side. Cupboard under stairs, door into study and open doorway into;
Fitted with a matching range of cream fronted base units with woodblock effect worksurface over, one and a half bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap over, space for range cooker with extractor canopy over and tiled splashback, slate flooring with electric underfloor heating, double radiator, recessed ceiling spotlights, double glazed windows to side and rear. Door into;
Stainless steel sink unit with storage under, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and tumble dryer, double glazed window to rear elevation, slate flooring, plinth heater, open doorway into boot room and further door into;
Low-level WC, Wall mounted wash hand basin, part wall cladding.
Double glazed windows to rear and side elevations, double glazed entrance door leading to side garden, two single radiators, exposed wooden floorboards, further appliance space, glazed door leading into;
Two double glazed windows to side elevation, double radiator, open doorway into garden room and further opening into;
A versatile reception room used as home office. Double radiator and door returning to the breakfast room.
Stunning day room with large low sill double glazed windows to front elevation enjoying the best of the countryside views on offer, double glazed French doors to outside, three velux roof windows, double radiator.
The stairs ascends to a light and spacious first floor landing with double glazed sash window to front elevation, again enjoying stunning views, coved ceiling, four-panel doors serve the following rooms;
Double glazed window to front elevation with rural views, Single radiator, coved ceiling, cast-iron fire surround, door leading into;
Fitted with matching, sliding mirror fronted doors to either side, which then open to reveal the fitted wardrobe, benefiting from a selection of shelving and hanging rails. Further door leads into;
Recently refitted with a modern white suite, complimented with chrome taps and fitments to include; panelled bath, tiled shower enclosure with electric Mira shower over, low-level WC with concealed cistern and storage cupboards to side, wash hand basin with vanity cupboard and storage below. Fitted mirror with lighting over, double glazed sash window to rear elevation, heated chrome towel rail.
Double glazed sash window to front elevation with countryside views, coved ceiling, double radiator, feature fire surround.
Double glazed sash window to rear elevation, double radiator, coved ceiling, access to loft space
Recently refitted with a modern white suite, complimented with chrome taps and fitments to include; panelled bath, tiled shower with electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low-level WC. Heated towel rail, part wall tiling, double glazed window to rear elevation.
Initially approached via a shared driveway, Westcott farmhouse then takes arrival via its own tree-lined private tarmac drive, which descends down through the mature woodland and around onto a large gravel parking/ turning area. There is also various hardstanding providing further off-road parking and access into the open front double garage and stabling/ outbuildings.
The stable block comprises of four stables and adjoining tack-room. Opposite is a further detached building used as additional garaging/ storage / workshop- again with concrete hardstanding. To the rear is a smaller enclosed paddock, orchard and greenhouse.
To the front of the property is the full extent of the open pasture land, this benefits from two field shelters and extends down to a young woodland area and feature pond. The lower boundary abuts the stream.
To the rear and side of the property is the formal garden laid mostly to lawn with mature trees, shrubs and planting. Throughout the grounds and outbuildings there are various water supplies, power and lighting.
Mains water and electricity, private drainage, oil fired central heating.
The property misdescriptions act 1991: Whilst we as agents endeavour to ensure the accuracy of property details produced and displayed, we have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are connected, in working order or fit for the purpose. A buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor. References to the tenure of the property are based on the information by the seller. The agent has not had sight of the title document. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor. Items shown in photographs are not included...
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||3.4%||£221,400||2.8||1.8|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£136,998 (3)||£219,519 (18)||£265,860 (55)||£389,574 (32)||£550,625 (8)|
|All||£136,998 (3)||£202,210 (23)||£265,860 (55)||£389,574 (32)||£606,111 (9)|