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Bridestowe, Okehampton, Devon, EX20 United Kingdom

£1,700,000 Impressive Grade II* listed house on the edge of Dartmoor A beautiful manor house for sale with superb uninterrupted views over its own landscaped gardens and towards Dartmoor. At the end of a long tree lined drive in a tranquil setting. Gardens, pasture and woodland Great Bidlake Manor has been painstakingly renovated to a very high standard with a well-known local architect and English Heritage to breathe new life into this wonderful Devon manor house. Constructed of granite stone with stone mullion windows under a slate roof, the house is approached via a covered porch opening into a large dining hall. All the principal rooms are bright and flow very well with excellent ceiling heights and wonderful period features. The house benefits from large open fireplaces as well as having under floor heating and a wood burning stove in the family dining room, just off the kitchen. The house offers fantastic bedroom accommodation off the large open plan landing with a barrel vaulted ceiling. These 6 bedroom suites offer a mixture of en suite bathrooms and shower rooms. Bedroom 6 could form part of the one bedroom annexe with its own independent sitting room and kitchen which also benefits from a separate external access at ground level. Outside, the gardens are split into different areas with some lovely terracing and stone walls with an arrangement of mature planting and specimen trees. There are a number of stone outbuildings to the rear of the house including garaging with storage above, a utility room and further garaging. The house sits in about 13.47 acres, the majority of which is either woodland or grazing paddocks.

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Thorverton, Exeter, Devon, EX5 United Kingdom

£1,200,000 A conveniently situated smallholding with fantastic views close to Exeter Heathfield is a beautiful period farmhouse with two cottages and a set of barns with significant income and further development potential, set in a wonderful Exe Valley position, surrounded by gardens and approximately 10 acres of its own land. EPC Rating E. The property is situated in a peaceful and unspoilt area of Mid-Devon, approximately 6 miles to the north of the cathedral city of Exeter. Heathfield sits within the beautiful Exe Valley and is conveniently located, being within easy reach of the popular villages of Thorverton, Upton Pyne and Brampford Speke. There is also easy road access to the centre of Exeter in about 15 minutes. Heathfield is a very attractive family home which offers enormous potential for a variety of different uses. The property has a versatile layout, including an annexe and two beautifully converted barns. The current setup generates an income from its existing units and there are further income and equestrian opportunities to be obtained from future development. The property is surrounded by approximately 10 acres of its own land, enjoying a southerly aspect with uninterrupted views over the surrounding countryside. In addition to the house and cottages, there is a double garage and selection of unconverted barns which could easily be converted, subject to the necessary consents. The house and buildings are set well back from the road and can be approached via two separate driveways. The property is surrounded by beautifully kept gardens which enjoy wonderful views over the surrounding area. Within the grounds there are two ponds and an orchard. There are two fields to the north and south of the house, which are interlinked by a track.

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Clayhanger, Wadeford, Chard, Somerset, TA20 United Kingdom

£995,000 Grade II listed former farmhouse with outbuildings and circa 17 acres An attractive Grade II listed former farmhouse well extended and with a number of outbuildings, situated in an attractive holding of about 17 acres The property is believed to have early 17th century origins with later additions. A link has been added which is mainly glazed and joins through to the original barn. The majority of this building now incorporates additional living space. The accommodation which is well presented incorporates the entrance hall accessing the original farmhouse with period features including some fine open fireplaces and exposed timbers. Drawing room with fireplace. Study with skylight window. Dining room with flagstone floor and fireplace. Cloakroom. The converted barn provides additional living space including kitchen, breakfast room and laundry room. The first floor in the barn conversion incorporates a living room/bedroom, second bedroom and shower room (this has potential to create a small self-contained flat), there is also access to an unconverted store beyond the bedroom. In the original farmhouse there are four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a ground floor cloakroom. Outside there is a barn providing three stables and a home office and store room. The main area of garden lies at the rear (N) including a slightly sloping lawn leading up to an outdoor heated swimming pool with a paved surround. This area of garden is fully enclosed by stone walling. The land lies north and west of the house and outbuildings and comprises a number of fenced paddocks, all of which are laid to permanent pasture. In all there is circa 17 acres.

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Melplash, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 United Kingdom

£995,000 A charming farmhouse set in beautiful gardens This detached property is a fine example of a Grade II Listed farmhouse dating back to the early eighteenth century. It boasts beautiful gardens, pasture, orchards and woodland of circa 11 acres and is in one of the most beautiful locations in Dorset The property has an abundance of period character features including flagstone floors, open fireplaces, exposed beams and window seats. The snug/sitting room features a large fireplace with a pellet burning boiler. The spacious kitchen has an oil fired Aga and barn door to the back garden as well as a good sized larder. Downstairs there is also a study, cloakroom, utility room and a drawing room which boasts a handsome working fireplace and a window seat with lovely views onto the front garden. On the first floor is a master bedroom with good sized dressing room leading to a shower room. There are three additional bedrooms on this floor plus a family bathroom with separate shower. The second floor provides two further bedrooms and a large loft storage area. The grounds comprise gardens, pasture, orchards and woods. Most of the land is contiguous with the property but a small parcel of woodland of about 0.57 acres is separate from the main which is accessed via a footpath. This woodland has a stream running through it and provides some recreational fishing. The surrounding vista is of rolling hills and Dorset countryside at it’s finest. The stream fed ponds and historic orchards all add to the charm of a very special property. The Long Barn is a stone built structure comprising about 1,550sq ft/144sqm which is currently used for storage but would lend itself to a wide range of uses subject to planning and listed building consent.

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Spring Grove, Milverton, Taunton, Somerset, TA4 United Kingdom

£4,500,000 An important country house in an enchanting setting One of the West Country's finest Grade II Listed country houses for sale in the heart of Somerset, presented in beautiful order and ready to move into. Set in unspoilt undulating countryside down a long private drive, Spring Grove House is one of the most important houses of the area and Grade II Listed, dating from the 18th Century. It’s fine and elegant proportions provide graceful rooms, all flooded with light. The current owners have renovated and redecorated the house offering very flexible accommodation for formal and family living. The house has a selection of handsome rooms, all beautifully decorated with high ceilings and large windows. The flow between the rooms works well with all the principal rooms approached off the staircase hall. These include both a formal and family dining room, family sitting room and drawing room and a newly designed kitchen by the Martin Moore company and fitted with all the modern conveniences including a four oven electric Aga with two oven companion, integrated Miele steam oven and instant hot tap. In the main house are nine bedrooms and seven bathrooms with the master bedroom suite spreading the width of the front of the house. Outside there is a three bedroom Cottage currently used as a holiday let and next to this a one bedroom staff/guest Cottage as well as former stabling and mews garaging. The extensive grounds include lawned gardens, a Georgian lake, one of the largest private Wild Flower Meadows, parkland with ancient trees, walled gardens and a woodland stream. Also a recently renovated heated swimming pool with adjoining pool house and garden buildings.

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Bartholomew Terrace, Exeter, Devon, EX4 United Kingdom

£425,000 A beautiful town house for sale on historic terrace 1 Bartholomew Terrace is a fascinating Grade II listed house, situated in a fantastic elevated position close to the centre of Exeter, overlooking the City Wall and River Exe. The property has a generous south east facing garden and bags of character throughout Bartholomew Terrace is located to the south of the city centre, within easy walking distance of the Quay, city centre and local amenities including the Exeter Picturehouse Cinema, local parks and the Cathedral green. The building dates from the mid 1700's and has recently been modernised throughout, to include a new roof in 2012 and a new hand-made kitchen. The accommodation is arranged over four floors and enjoys far reaching views over the surrounding area. There is a kitchen/dining room and reception room on the lower ground floor, which has doors opening onto the gardens. At ground level there are two further reception rooms, one of which could be used as a bedroom with ensuite bathroom. There are three bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor and a further occasional study/bedroom with ensuite shower room on the second floor. At the back of the house, there is a pretty south east facing walled garden, which is perfectly secure for pets and children. A parking permit for the nearby Bartholomew Terrace car park can be obtained from Exeter City Council and there is a garage just off Bartholomew Street West that belongs to the property.

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Lower Street, Dittisham, Dartmouth, Devon, TQ6 United Kingdom

£825,000 One of Dittisham’ s oldest and most picturesque family homes for sale A pretty grade II listed home dating from the 17th century situated in the heart of Dittisham with views of the River Dart and Dittisham Mill to which there is easy access. Comprehensively restored in 2002 and extended in 2006 to a high standard, it has a private garden and a single garage The front door leads into a large sitting room. The natural coloured beams and window seats are an especially attractive feature. Beyond the sitting room is the kitchen/dining room which has an oil-fired Sandyford Range. Fittings are of a high quality with granite work surfaces, a double porcelain sink, solid wood cabinets and slate flagstone floor that extends to the utility room. French doors lead from the kitchen out onto the south-west facing terrace. Off the kitchen is the utility room that has a downstairs shower, butler's sink and WC. Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms and a family shower room off the central corridor. Beside the family shower room are stairs that lead down to a lovely double bedroom with an en suite bathroom and direct access onto its own south-west facing terrace. On the second floor there is an en suite double bedroom. Attached to the house is a single large garage currently used as a boat store. The majority of the garden extends out to the rear and steadily rises in a series of terraces. Two thirds of the way up there is stone-paved terrace that is perfect for outside entertaining. This area of the garden enjoys truly panoramic views both out across the village to the green fields beyond and also across the estuary with Dartmoor in the distance.

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Lower Court Road, Newton Ferrers, Plymouth, Devon, PL8 United Kingdom

£1,750,000 Panoramic views over The Yealm Estuary A charming family home situated in the heart of Newton Ferrers in a commanding, south-facing position with panoramic views over the Yealm Estuary with National Trust land beyond. EPC Rating E White Cottage is approached off Lower Court Road and the property owns private parking for at least four vehicles or boat trailers. The front door leads through a porch into the reception hallway, off which there is an office or downstairs bedroom. There is also a back door out to the garden and stairs leading up to the first floor. Off the hall is the dining room which has oak floors, an open fireplace with a marble surround and a bay window. Double doors lead from the dining room into the drawing room. The sitting room is particularly impressive with a large bay window. There is a lovely open fireplace and french doors that lead out onto the south facing terrace. Beyond the hallway is the sitting room. This room leads through to the kitchen/breakfast room which has large windows and a door that leads onto the terrace. Off the kitchen is a larder, utility room, shower room and cloakroom. Stairs lead up from the reception hallway to the first floor. Off the landing and corridor are a total of 4 bedrooms and 2 family bathrooms. The principal bedroom has an en suite bath and shower room. There are french doors that lead out onto a balcony. Outside, a wooden decking area extends out above the lawn and there is also a stone floored area above an office or sun room the garden level below. There is a gate at the bottom of the garden that gives direct access down a path to Yealm Road below.

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East Cornworthy, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 United Kingdom

£750,000 Family home for sale with some development potential in the South Hams East Cornworthy Barton is a lovely barn conversion on the edge of a popular village, close to Dittisham and the Dart Estuary. Perfect as a family home, second home or rental property. 2 barns with development potential (subject to gaining the necessary consent) and plenty of parking. EPC Rating E The property is approached up its own tarmac driveway into the parking area in the centre of the property where there is plenty space for at least six or seven vehicles or boat trailers. The front door of the main house leads through to a light and airy double height hallway off which is the open plan kitchen/breakfast/sitting room. This room has a light, airy and spacious feel to it and at the far end are French doors that lead out onto a south facing terrace with an awning above. The sitting area has a wood burner and this leads through to the dining area at the far end. There are oak floor boards throughout. To the other side of the hallway is a downstairs bedroom with its own en suite shower room and under floor heating. Also off the hallway is a downstairs WC and a utility room. Stairs lead up to the first floor landing off which there are a further three bedrooms and a family bathroom, with both a bath and a shower. The principal bedroom has its own en suite shower room. Outside there are two original and adjoining stone barns. Both are double height and have new roofs. Originally, both barns would have had a first floor and there is an inter-connecting door high up. The barns could be renovated and turned into more accommodation, subject to gaining the necessary planning. To the south of the house is a lovely terrace and a low maintenance garden surrounds the house on two sides.

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Hoopern Avenue, Exeter, Devon, EX4 United Kingdom

£625,000 A detached house for sale on a popular cul-de-sac Melcroft is an attractive detached house situated in a prominent position on Hoopern Avenue, a popular cul-de-sac within the Pennsylvania area of Exeter. The property is well located, being within easy reach of the University, city centre and local amenities. EPC: D. The house was built in the late 1920’s and has spacious and well-presented accommodation arranged over two floors, retaining many period features and enjoying views over the property’s south facing sheltered gardens. On the ground floor there is a reception hall with cloakroom and under-stair storage cupboards, a drawing room with working fireplace, a sitting room and an open-plan kitchen and dining room with wood burner and French doors that open onto the terrace. From the kitchen there is access to a utility and workshop/storage area with access to the integral garage and gardens. On the first floor, there are three bright and spacious double bedrooms, a study/nursery fourth bedroom and family bathroom with separate toilet. There is also access to a large loft space, which has potential to be converted to provide additional accommodation, subject to the necessary consents. Outside, there is off-road parking spaces for several cars and a wonderful secure garden with terraces and lawn which back onto land belonging to Exeter University. There is also an attached single garage.

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Chagford, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ13 United Kingdom

A truly outstanding hidden Dartmoor gem Surrounded by exquisite gardens and grounds, close to Chagford, Ford Park is a rare property for sale in Devon. Restored to an exceptional standard by the present owners, it is an outstanding family home that must be viewed to appreciate its superb, peaceful and unique setting. A unique late Victorian Grade II Listed residence standing in 17 acres of gardens and grounds on the edge of open moor just 2 miles from Chagford and yet with excellent access to Exeter via the A30 Dual Carriageway. The house enjoys an idyllic and totally secluded situation at the end of a long private driveway where it commands lovely views across a sweeping lawn to its own pond complete with resident swans. There is also a Stable, feed room & hay loft with wood store. The nearby town of Chagford and its surrounding area of natural beauty is regarded as one of the most desirable locations in the West Country. Indeed, Chagford was voted the No.1 most desirable rural place to live in Britain by the Sunday Times in 2015. Situated within the Dartmoor National Park, Chagford retains the character and charm of a traditional moorland town with its many picturesque granite and thatched properties. Originally deriving its wealth from wool and tin mining, Chagford was made a Stannary Town in 1305. It has long been a centre for those wishing to explore Dartmoor and offers a broad range of independent and specialised shops centred round its distinctive town square. Chagford is a thriving community with primary schools and a variety of pubs and restaurants including the renowned Gidleigh Park Hotel. The Lease is subject to an annual rental of £14,000. The Duchy of Cornwall have said they will be very willing to renew the lease to the new occupiers. Full details from the agent.

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Lyndhurst Road, Exeter, Devon, EX2 United Kingdom

£850,000 Detached Georgian townhouse for sale in St Leonards Offered to the market for the first time in over 50 years, this property presents a rare opportunity to purchase and create a fantastic family home on one of Exeters premier roads. No. 8 sits on the western side of Lyndhurst road and is neighboured by some of Exeter’s finest townhouses. The building is currently used as private consulting rooms and is classed as a D1 non-residential institution, however, consent has been granted to turn the building back into a residential dwelling if required. The property has significant scope for improvement and redevelopment, either to be used as a business premises, or to be turned back into a family home. The building retains many fine period features, including ornate coving, cornices, panelled doors, marble fireplaces and stained glass windows. The current layout could easily be adapted to create a fantastic family home with a large kitchen/dining room, two reception rooms, five bedrooms, two with en suite bathrooms and a separate family bathroom. The annexe has two double bedrooms, a kitchen/living room, utility room and bathroom, and could be incorporated into the main house again if required. Any works to the building would be subject to the necessary planning, building regulation and listed building consents. Outside, there is a large driveway with plenty of off-road parking spaces and an area of lawn in front of the house. To the rear, there is a private courtyard garden which can also be accessed via the side of the house.

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