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Lower Vellow, Williton, Taunton, Somerset, TA4 United Kingdom

£2,000,000 Residential, equestrian and commercial farm suitable for many uses In a beautiful rural position, versatile property for sale in Somerset. Range of residential properties, extensive farm buildings/American barns and stables, outdoor manege, paddocks and pasture. In all about 59.02 acres. EPC Rating F. Curdon Mill is close to the popular West Somerset village of Stogumber and occupies a delightful setting between the Quantock Hills and the rolling Brendon Hills and about 2 miles from the town of Williton. The Exmoor National Park and its many opportunities is only a short drive away to the west. Stogumber is a picturesque and thriving village with a lovely square, primary school, pub and village store. Taunton, the county town of Somerset, has a good shopping centre and well-known independent schools, including Taunton School, Kings Taunton, Queens school and Richard Huish Sixth Form College. This part of West Somerset is well known for its excellent walking and riding and nestles within the folds of the Brendon and Quantock Hills. Both Bridgwater and Taunton have M5 motorway junctions (j24 & j25), providing fast and easy access to Exeter, Bristol and the north. The Paddington line passes through Taunton with the fastest trains taking about 1 hour 45 mins to London. Curdon Mill provides prospective purchasers with a unique opportunity to acquire a picturesque residential equestrian estate with space that can be used for a restaurant and wedding venue, stunning detached 4 bedroom farmhouse, extensive and versatile equestrian and farm buildings; all lying in ring-fenced paddocks and woodland. The property is ideal for a wide range of rural pursuits whether leisure, equestrian or agricultural based.

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Bigbury, Kingsbridge, Devon, TQ7 United Kingdom

£800,000 A lovely family home with land and outbuildings and 2 miles from the sea A charming family home fusing period features with a contemporary design and interior with flexible accommodation and far reaching views over countryside to the sea in the distance. In all about 5.2 acres. EPC Rating C Upper Willings Farm is accessed up its own private drive off a quiet rural lane on the southern edge of the popular village of Bigbury. In front of the house is a south facing terrace and to the side, extensive parking. The front door leads through to a porch and entrance hall. Off the hallway are the principal receptions rooms. Of note is the first floor sitting room with a high vaulted ceiling and triple aspects which maximise the views out across the countryside to the sea in the distance. Both the sitting room on the first floor and the family room beside the kitchen on the ground floor provide outstanding entertaining space. The family room has large French doors leading onto the south-facing terrace which is ideal for outside entertaining. The family room flows through to the open plan kitchen/breakfast room which has doors leading out onto the terrace. There are two downstairs bedrooms and a family bathroom. The fifth bedroom is currently used as a study. An impressive staircase leads up to the first floor landing, off which are three bedrooms a family bathroom. The principal bedroom has its own en suite shower room and dressing room and, along with the first floor sitting room, enjoys some of the best views from the property. Beyond the terrace is a stone building that is currently being used as a log store and garden shed. There is also a triple garage, newly planted orchard and further lawns.

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Matford Avenue, St Leonards, Exeter, Devon, EX2 United Kingdom

£825,000 An immaculately refurbished detached house for sale on prime Exeter road. The property is for sale on Matford Avenue, a peaceful and sought after road, in the most sought after area of Exeter, St Leonards. The house is within walking distance of the city centre, University, hospitals and many superb state and private schools. EPC Rating E 19 Matford Avenue is an attractive and spacious detached house, which was built in the 1950s, that enjoys a south west facing aspect and is set back from the road, with a large garden and an off-road parking space. The accommodation is in excellent order throughout and has been beautifully refurbished to create a bright and attractive family home. On the ground floor there is a reception hall with cloakroom, two reception rooms, a fabulous kitchen and dining room and utility room. Both the kitchen and sitting room have doors opening onto the garden. There is potential to extend to create a larger living areas, subject to the necessary consents. There are three double bedrooms on the first floor, one of which is ensuite, and a family bathroom. On the second floor, there is a spacious master suite, with double bedroom, bathroom and a dressing room, which could be used as a fifth bedroom if required. At the back of the house, there is a large and extremely private level garden which has been beautifully landscaped with terraces and lawns, edged by well stocked borders. At the top of the garden there is a section of raised ground where there are a selection of fruit trees, vegetable garden, a shed and seating area.

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Churchstanton, Taunton, Somerset, TA3 United Kingdom

£2,200,000 7 bedroom house in the Blackdown Hills with garaging, barns and paddocks A non-listed family house at the end of a long drive in the heart of the Blackdown Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Extensive ancillary accommodation, garaging, barns, paddocks and lakes. EPC Rating D. About 20.4 acres. Vencroft Farm has grown organically over the years with its origins believed to date back to the 15th Century. The house has been cleverly extended with a fabulous conservatory on the southern end giving magnificent rural views out across its own landscaped garden, ponds and lake to the fields and woodland beyond down the Culm Valley. An original stone barn has been cleverly incorporated into the house to create a fantastic dining room with a high pitched roof and a minstrels gallery. With a total of 7 bedrooms, 3 of which are en suite, along with the potential conversion of the barn annexe, there is ample accommodation to cater for a large number of family members and guests. The house forms two sides of a delightful courtyard, in the centre of which there is a fountain and turning circle. On the opposite side of the courtyard is an original barn that has been cleverly renovated to provide useful garaging, a shower and a kitchenette. The house and outbuildings are flanked to the rear by mature deciduous woodland and the private drive is lined by London Plane trees. There is an orchard providing cider and eating apples and a large variety of fruit trees. A small series of ponds and a lake are fed by the River Culm and the lake at the southern end has a landing platform for boating.

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Axmouth, Seaton, Devon, EX12 United Kingdom

£2,000,000 A large listed period house in a unique coastal position. Attractive Grade II Listed house overlooking Axmouth Harbour. Fine reception rooms to enjoy the wonderful sea and coastal views. Separate 2 bedroom cottage. Traditional courtyard of outbuildings and outdoor swimming pool, stables and woodland. About 9.6 acres. Havencliffe House is situated in a wonderful position directly above the sea at Axmouth and situated on the East Devon coastline designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and part of the Jurassic Heritage Coast. The house is surrounded by its own land and enjoys fine views of Seaton Bay and the surrounding countryside. It is directly above Axmouth Harbour where the present owners keep a boat. The village of Axmouth adjoins the tidal estuary of the River Axe and was originally a Roman port. It has a church, post office, inns and a small harbour. The house faces south west and is in an impressive position screened and sheltered by its own woodland. Inside there is an exceptional drawing room with a barrel ceiling and fine views over the garden. The large family kitchen was created and extended by the current owners and opens on to an inner courtyard. The separate 2 bedroom cottage is within the courtyard which also has garaging, 2 loose boxes, a tack room and stores. There is a lovely enclosed garden behind the house, beyond which is the heated swimming pool. Sheltering the house to the north and east is a crescent of woodland with a lookout completely hidden from view which overlooks the sea. In all about 9.6 acres.

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

£700,000 An outstanding and rare waterfront development opportunity For sale in Newton Ferrers. Permission has been granted to build a stunning five bedroom detached waterfront family home with an indoor swimming pool, gymnasium, cinema and integral double garage. There is an existing, unmodernised 7-9 bed house on the site with permission to demolish. EPC G. Yealm Court will have commanding south and west facing panoramic views over the Yealm Estuary with National Trust land beyond. Planning approval for Yealm Court was granted in July 2015 under 37/0903/15/F (postcode PL8 1DE under The Sheilings, 97 Court Road) by the South Hams District Council. The Plans have been drawn up by the highly acclaimed West Country architects, Harrison Sutton Partnership (www.harrisonsutton.com). The property currently consists of an unmodernised house in need of extensive renovation. The permission includes its demolition. The new property will comprise of three floors and is accessed from the upper floor. This floor will have a large living room with panoramic views out across the estuary and concertina doors giving access to the south west facing terrace. There will be a further en suite bedroom on this floor and access to the double garage. Access to the lift will be off the hallway. The middle floor will consist of a fitness gallery that overlooks the swimming pool below, the master bedroom is complete with both a dressing room and a bath and shower room, 2 further en suite bedrooms (both with balconies) and a fourth bedroom with french doors out onto a large terrace. The lower floor will consist of a large kitchen/dining room with concertina doors that will lead out onto the south facing terrace. To the rear will be the indoor swimming pool and a shower room. There will also be a cinema room, pantry, boot room and back door.

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Thorverton, Exeter, Devon, EX5 United Kingdom

£1,200,000 Attractive farmhouse with cottages and land conveniently located for Exeter Heathfield is a beautiful non Listed period farmhouse with 2 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 including multi-generational living. 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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Black Dog, Crediton, Devon, EX17 United Kingdom

£1,250,000 Beautiful and historic property surrounded by its own land Grade II* listed property in an extremely peaceful and unspoilt area of Mid Devon. In the same ownership since 1975 and re-thatched and painted externally this year. Extensive traditional barns, a modern farm building, pasture and woodland. Pyne Farm is situated in an extremely beautiful and unspoilt area of Mid Devon, half a mile from the hamlet of Black Dog. It is a fine historic property set in an idyllic south facing position. The house was built in the 16th Century and the history of the house is clearly seen in the detail of the plasterwork and some fine features throughout. The house is full of character and charm. It has just been re-thatched and painted externally. The house is approached over a long private drive to an impressive carriage drive in front of the house, also giving access to the garaging area. To the rear of the house, across a cobbled courtyard, are a number of useful stone sheds. To the west of the house, across a large open yard, are further traditional stone barns, including a large and impressive threshing barn with an original threshing machine still in position and a round house beside. Subject to the necessary consents being obtained, the barns have a huge amount of potential for conversion to additional accommodation, incorporated into the house or be created into offices for running a home business. A large modern farm building lies further west. The land, which is rich and fertile, has been farmed mainly in-hand for many years. It consists of gently undulating pasture with water to some fields. The land has most recently been used for sheep and cattle farming but would also be ideal for horses. From the house a lovely walk through trees leads down to a large pond.

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Hatherleigh, Okehampton, Devon, EX20 United Kingdom

£850,000 Beautifully restored farmhouse in outstanding order throughout. A spacious and bright Grade II Listed farmhouse for sale in Devon. Sitting in a very peaceful position with some lovely views, the house has been impressively restored. Detached traditional stone barn and round house. Garden with pond. About 1.55 acres. Further land available. Fishleigh Down is set amidst beautiful and unspoilt countryside, only a short distance to the north of the ancient market town of Hatherleigh which provides every day needs, with the town of Okehampton providing more extensive facilities including a Waitrose supermarket, hospitals and schools. The property is well located to enjoy the beauty of Devon, being within easy reach of Dartmoor to the south and the North Devon coastline and Exmoor to the north. The immediate area is also renowned for its fishing on the nearby Rivers Taw and Torridge. This Grade II Listed property is beautifully light and has been finished to an extremely high standard throughout. It has been extended with much charm and character, being virtually rebuilt from a ruin by the current owners who had planned to live there themselves. Whilst traditional materials have been used in the restoration, there are state of the art facilities including underfloor heating through the ground floor. There is a magnificent large open plan kitchen/breakfast/family room nearly 35ft in length with a stunning new fitted kitchen and a modern electric Aga, and all bedrooms have modern en suites. There is a detached traditional barn with an original roundhouse behind, ideal for storage or a games room. The grounds have been extensively landscaped with some trees planted and flower borders created ready for a new owner to put their own stamp on the gardens. Neighbouring land may be available by separate negotiation.

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Buckland-in-the-Moor, Ashburton, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ13 United Kingdom

£975,000 Beautiful Dartmoor farmstead for sale in a stunning secluded setting Restored Grade II listed farmhouse surrounded by both pasture and moorland and with a superb range of traditional stone barns and adaptable modern farm buidings. Direct access on to the moor. In all about 24 acres. Ruddycleave Farm occupies an extremely beautiful south west facing position nestled on the edge of a small sheltered valley in the Dartmoor National Park, yet is only 4 miles away from the thriving stannary town of Ashburton and the A38 Devon Expressway. This beautiful historic farmstead lies at the end of a long private drive and sits in the centre of its land. The house and barns have recently been renovated and restored by the current owners. The house has much character and retains many period features. The extensive range of traditional barns surround the house and offer a great deal of potential, subject to the necessary consents, for conversion to annexes, artists' studios or holiday cottages. The large former threshing barn has planning permission for conversion to a cookery school and the adjacent former shippon has permission for ancillary toilet/washing facilities. There are two large modern agricultural buildings set away from the traditional barns. The land surrounds the property and comprises of gently sloping permanent pasture with delightful stone faced banks and native hedgerows. Below the house runs a pretty small stream known as Ruddycleave Water. It is very rare to find such a beautifully presented traditional Devon property in such an idyllic area and one that offers such scope for a variety of lifestyles.

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Court Wood, Newton Ferrers, Plymouth, Devon, PL8 United Kingdom

£2,200,000 In a magical woodland setting on the banks of the River Yealm This prime waterfront property for sale in the heart of the South Hams in Newton Ferrers has recently been extended and enhanced to create an atmospheric, contemporary home that blends perfectly into its surroundings. Set in about 1.7 acres including a slipway, quay and running mooring. EPC:F. Herons Reach was built in the early 1980’s. The setting is wonderful. The property is situated at the end of a private road and set suitably high within its own grounds to be completely hidden from public view. It neighbours woodland managed by The Woodland Trust. This tranquil, idyllic and secluded position is on the fringe of this popular waterside community. The property is very accessible to all the village facilities. The property is approached through wooden, electric gates where the private drive meanders up through the woodland garden to an extensive parking area. The front door leads into a spacious, light and airy reception hallway, off which are the two principle corridors. Vaulted ceilings and multiple roof lights throw natural light around the home whilst exposed Maplewood floors and doors add warmth to the accommodation. Large, full-length windows and sliding, glazed doors take advantage of the woodland outlook across to the estuary that is designated a Special Area of Conservation and also sitting within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. At the bottom of the garden are steps down to the water’s edge. The property owns a quay and slipway, off which there are three running moorings. Opposite the property, in the middle of the estuary, are deep water moorings that may be available by contacting Thorn Pool Moorings. These moorings afford access to the sea at all states of tide.

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Union Street, Salcombe, Devon, TQ8 United Kingdom

£2,950,000 A historically special house on the waterfront, in the heart of Salcombe This unique 5 bedroom house is located in the heart of downtown Salcombe, with incredible views over the main anchorage towards East Portlemouth. It is an ideal weekend retreat or investment opportunity. The property has private parking for two vehicles or boat trailers and a running mooring The Custom House is a true Salcombe landmark, sitting adjacent to the Lifeboat Station in the very heart of the town. Constructed in the mid-19th century, the three-storey property is detached and Grade II listed, with stunning uninterrupted views over the main Salcombe anchorage over The Bag and towards East Portlemouth. The house has been owned by the same family for 19 years and boasts a fine history as the former customs and excise house for the town. It has some lovely features such as the bespoke period staircase and would make a wonderful weekend home. It has been refurbished over recent years to a good standard throughout, including a newly overhauled roof and new dormer windows. The main rooms take advantage of the exceptional position and have southerly aspects, including the kitchen / breakfast room, master bedroom and first floor sitting room. The kitchen / breakfast room looks straight out to the estuary, with large windows letting in plenty of light. The sitting room is the best room in the house with exceptional views and a balcony looking straight out over the estuary. The house is currently let out for much of the year and would make an excellent investment property, generating up to £4,000 per week during peak season. The ownership of the property extends to the edge of the quay, where there is private parking for two vehicles or boat trailers, with access just off Union Street.

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The Green, Whimple, Exeter, Devon, EX5 United Kingdom

£750,000 A beautifully refurbished detached village house Primrose Cottage is set back from a peaceful lane on the edge of the popular village of Whimple in East Devon. Whimple is conveniently located, being within easy reach of Exeter, Honiton and communication links, whilst also being surrounded by beautiful and unspoilt countryside Primrose Cottage is a charming Grade II listed thatched cottage, which dates from the 17th Century and has Victorian extensions. The building is in excellent order throughout having been recently refurbished by the present owners, to include a new thatched roof. The property retains a wealth of character features throughout, which have been tastefully combined with modern facilities to include a hand-built kitchen, beautifully fitted bathrooms and a modern central heating system. On the ground floor there is an entrance hall, a kitchen/breakfast room, conservatory, sitting room, dining room and studio/study. There is also a cellar with utility and laundry room. There are four double bedrooms on the first floor, two of which are en suite. The two other bedrooms share a family bathroom and the master bedroom has French doors which open onto a deck and seating area which leads to the garden. Outside, the property has a private driveway providing plenty of off-road parking spaces in front of a detached garage. There are two additional parking spaces situated opposite the gateway. The gardens have been beautifully landscaped and are filled with a variety of mature trees and shrubs. In front of the house there is a well and to the rear there is a wonderful outdoor entertaining and barbeque area. Within the gardens there is also a pond, large areas of level lawn and a vegetable garden and chicken run.

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Eddystone Road, Thurlestone, Kingsbridge, Devon, TQ7 United Kingdom

£1,100,000 A family home with development opportunity on the Yarmer Estate A 1960’s designed waterfront home with panoramic coastal and estuary views and only 5 minutes’ walk from the beach and close to a golf course and tennis club. EPC rating F Arpinum is a striking and cleverly designed property that was designed in about 1967 by Peter Ahrends. The layout of the house maximises the far reaching and panoramic estuary and sea views. The house also occupies a lovely position in the middle of its own mature garden. The front door leads into a hallway, off which are two bedrooms, a family bathroom, a utility room and a ground floor sitting room. The utility room could be used as a secondary kitchen to allow the ground floor to be used as a self-contained, two bedroom apartment with a self-contained one bedroom apartment on the first floor. If configured as one dwelling, the downstairs sitting room could also be used as the forth bedroom. Off this room is a conservatory and a back door and both bedrooms have their own separate doors giving direct access out onto the south facing terrace. On the first floor is an open-plan living and dining room with panoramic sea views. There is a study at the rear, beside which is the kitchen. The main bedroom and en suite bathroom also enjoy wonderful waterfront views. Off the siting room is a balcony. There is a double garage and a rear garden that leads on to fields. In front of the house is a terrace and a small swimming pool.

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Baggy Point, Croyde, Braunton, Devon, EX33 United Kingdom

£2,500,000 A stunning waterfront location with huge development potential Subject to gaining the necessary planning consent, Atlantis will be the most spectacular prime waterfront family home. The house is not listed and currently extends to about 5,378 sq.ft. The house is in need of extensive refurbishment. Sitting along the much sought-after North Devon Coast, Atlantis is, without doubt, arguably the best house to overlook Croyde Bay. What sets this unlisted house apart from many other impressive properties in the area is not only its uninterrupted panoramic views, its impressive footprint, but the opportunity its represents for buyers to create something quite magnificent with easy access to one of Britain’s best beaches; both very much a premium in the area and across the waterfront market. With a stunning back-drop of Croyde Bay and the ocean beyond, few houses enjoy such a spectacular setting as Atlantis. Fully restored and renovated, we would expect particular care to be taken in retaining the original features and character of the house. These are quite fantastic and include excellent ceiling heights, open fireplaces, ornate archways and original floor to ceiling sash windows. These, together with the potential addition of modern fixtures and fittings will come together beautifully to create an extremely comfortable family home fit for modern living in a prime position. Atlantis would also be a wonderful house for entertaining, with its current floor plan flowing effortlessly throughout. Of particular note are the reception rooms on the ground floor than open out onto terrace balconies and the lower ground floor ‘kitchen reception room’ that opens out onto the dining terrace.

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Lyndhurst Road, Exeter, Devon, EX2 United Kingdom

£850,000 Exeter former townhouse for refurbishment in St Leonards Offered to the market for the first time in over 50 years, with planning consent granted to convert, this property presents a rare opportunity to purchase and create a fantastic family home on one of Exeter’s premier roads. About 4291 sqft 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 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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