3 bed Detached house (for sale) Ashwater, Beaworthy EX21

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Bond Oxborough Phillips - Holsworthy Sales
Albion House, 4 High Street, Holsworthy
01409 251039
First Published

1st Nov 2021

Last Published

2nd Nov 2021



  • Type: Detached house
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Listing status: sale
  • Country: England


Situated in this most peaceful and picturesque setting in this small rural hamlet well positioned for Holsworthy, Launceston and Okehampton. A stunning, 3/4 bedroom (2 en-suite), 3 reception room conversion of a period barn and its adjoining round house. It now provides an individual home of exceptional quality nestling in approximately 2.5 acres complete with double garage, with studio over, adaptable agricultural outbuilding, superb landscaped gardens, and productive paddocks including a 90ft polytunnel. EPC=FThe characterful accommodation offered at this impressive barn conversion briefly comprises: Galleried Dining Hall, Living Room with vaulted ceiling and a Mezzanine Area/Bedroom 4, Breakfast Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Ground Floor Bedroom 3 with En-Suite Shower Room, First Floor Landing, 2 Bedrooms (1 En-Suite Shower Room), and Family Bathroom.

The property is set in the small hamlet of Quoditch comprising about a dozen properties which itself is set in a peaceful rural area lying between the towns of Holsworthy, Launceston and Okehampton. The village of Ashwater lies about 2 miles distant with its public house and ancient parish church and the villages of Halwill and Halwill Junction are about two miles away with a primary school and local shops and services. The market town of Holsworthy lies about 8 miles distance offering high street shopping, banks, Waitrose supermarket and secondary school. The coast at Bude is some 16 miles to the west with its surfing beaches and dramatic coastline offering cliff top walks. Okehampton is 15 miles to the south also providing high street supermarkets, health centre, community hospital, primary and secondary schooling, leisure centre, golf club and cinema. Just beyond Okehampton is the Dartmoor National Park. The Cornish town of Launceston is some 14 miles away also providing extensive facilities. Also nearby is Roadford Lake reservoir providing walking, riding, fishing and sailing opportunities.<br/><br/><b>Directions</b><br/>From Holsworthy proceed on the A388 Launceston road for approximately 3 miles and upon reaching Clawton turn left. After 1.5 miles, upon reaching the 't'-junction at Sprys Shop, turn right. Follow this road for 2.3 miles towards Broadwoodwidger until reaching Crosslanes. Here turn left signed Quoditch/Halwill and after 1.3 miles, the entrance drive leading to the property will be found on the left hand side with a nameplate clearly displayed.
From Launceston proceed on the A388 towards Holsworthy for approximately 11 miles and upon reaching Clawton turn right. After 1.5 miles, upon reaching the 't'-junction at Sprys Shop, turn right. Follow this road for 2.3 miles towards Broadwoodwidger until reaching Crosslanes. Here turn left signed Quoditch/Halwill and after 1.3 miles, the entrance drive leading to the property will be found on the left hand side with a nameplate clearly displayed.

The Accommodation Comprises (All Measurements Are Approximate):-

On the South facing front elevation, a most impressive stained solid oak door with surrounding windows (fitted in 2017 by Nathan McCarter Joinery & Furniture) forms a most impressive entrance to the:

Galleried Dining Hall (13' 8" x 16' 5")

Slate floor. Exposed oak timbers. Dogleg staircase with stripped pine newel posts/handrails and painted balusters rising to the First Floor. Understairs cupboard.

Living Room

6.7m max x 6.4m max. - This stunning reception room is very much the heart of the home and owes its lovely ambience to its creation from the original roundhouse. Pine floor. Triple aspect windows. Vaulted ceiling extending to some 14'9 (4.50m) high with exposed timbers. "Clearview" woodburning stove set on a raised slate hearth. Cast iron circular staircase rising to the:

Mezzanine/Bedroom 4

20'0 (6.10m) at the very widest under an angled ceiling x 9'5 (2.87m) A very versatile and pleasant space forming a great Study Area/very useful overflow Bedroom 4 for guests etc. Angled ceiling with large double glazed "Velux" window. Exposed timbers.

Breakfast Room (8' 6" x 7' 6")

Slate floor. Window overlooking the rear garden.

Kitchen (16' 0" x 9' 0")

Matching light oak base and wall mounted units with hardwood work surfaces over incorporating a 1¼ stainless steel inset bowl. Integrated dishwasher and under counter fridge. Oil fired black “Heritage” Range incorporating boiler for central heating with overhead extractor fan and 2 ring “Smeg” lpg hob. Slate floor. Window to front elevation and door leading to:

Utility Room (10' 10" x 8' 7")

Slate floor. Stained oak "Stable style" door with glazed insert to rear. Double aspect windows. Hardwood worksurfaces with stainless steel single drainer sink. Matching light oak base and wall units. Complementary tiled splashbacking. Plumbing for washing machine. Access to undereaves storage. Vaulted ceiling. Double glazed "Velux" window.

Ground Floor Bedroom 3 (15' 6" x 8' 7")

Slate floor. Double aspect windows. Exposed oak timbers. Fitted pine desk with matching cupboards and drawers. Cupboard with oak doors containing the consumer unit.


Slate floor. Multi-rung radiator/towel rail. 2-piece white suite and a shower cubicle with aqua boarding.

First Floor Landing

Pine floor. Exposed roof timbers.

Master Bedroom (16' 0" x 11' 3")

Pine floor. Window to side with seat enjoying a very pleasant outlook over your own garden and land. Vaulted ceiling with exposed character beams.


Slate floor. Vaulted ceiling with double glazed window. Multi-rung radiator/towel rail. 2 piece white suite and a large shower cubicle with aqua boarding. Shelved storage recess.

Bedroom 2 (15' 10" x 9' 2")

Pine floor. Window to side with views over edge of hamlet to countryside beyond. Vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers.

Family Bathroom

Slate floor. Window to rear. 3 piece white suite incorporating a combi bath/shower. Multi-rung radiator/towel rail. Built-in shelved airing cupboard with factory lagged hot water cylinder. Vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers.


From the very quiet parish road, a sweeping stone drive flanked by a variety of mature trees and shrubs along one side leads to a generous parking/turning area. Slate steps lead to the main entrance of the property and provides access to the very pleasant sun trapped terrace, an ideal spot for alfresco dining. An eye catching rockery which is well stocked with a variety of different flowers and shrubs wraps around the rear and adjoins the gently sloping lawns. Mature tree such as ash, sycamore and fir are dotted around the ground to provide a most attractive backdrop alongside a productive 3 year old Orchard. The orchard contains an assortment of fruit trees including apple, pear, cherry, damson and plum. Within the garden there is an enclosed seating area which overlooks the miniature pond and wild flower bed and the paddock beyond. The garden provides a high degree of privacy and is a haven for birds and wildlife.

The Outbuildings

Double Garage

Block built under a slate roof. On the Ground Floor it is divided into 2 separate garages each measuring 19'8 x 11'10 (5.99m x 3.61m) with concrete floors, and light and power connected. Development potential subject to gaining the necessary planning consents via Torridge District Council. Exterior steps to the:

Studio (18' 5" x 16' 0")

This forms a perfect Studio/Office, and also would be a great children's play room. Window to front, and 2 double glazed "Velux" windows to either side in the vaulted ceiling with its exposed pine timbers. Directional spotlights. Light and power connected. Very handy undereaves storage space to either side.

General Purpose Agricultural Shed

Block built under a box profile roof with skylights. Power, light and water connected.

The Land

The land is particularly well fenced and gated, being level and divided into 2 paddocks of approximately 2 acres. The land benefits from a very useful secondary access from a country track that runs along one side, and to the rear. The whole property approaches some 2.5 acres in total.


Polytunnel approximately 2 years old, this substantial 90ft x 18ft (27.43m x 5.49m) polytunnel is a haven for any keen gardener, laid with granite shingle with a variety of different sized raised beds throughout. The polytunnel has proven to be very productive over the last couple of years and houses large white and red grape v...


Local info for EX21

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Property Value Data/Graphs for EX21

Property Type % Avg. current value Avg. # beds Avg. # bathrooms
Detached house 52.2% £416,246 4.1 2.3
Land 13% £526,667 0 0
Semi-detached house 8.7% £487,500 4 3
Bungalow 8.7% £332,500 3 1.5
Lodge 4.3% £145,000 2 2
Other 4.3% £545,000 6 2
Farm 4.3% £850,000 4 3
Detached bungalow 4.3% £225,000 2 1

Area Information

Average Price Paid




Current Average Value


Value Change

£124,816 40.4%


Current Asking Prices in EX21 Average: £433,911

Property Type 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds 4 Beds 5 Beds
Houses - £225,000 (1) £325,825 (6) £460,714 (7) £495,000 (2)
Flats - - - - -
All - £185,000 (2) £325,825 (6) £509,375 (8) £495,000 (2)

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