In a quiet setting on the edge of this popular and traditional rural village, this most impressive and individual DETACHED BARN CONVERSION is one of a small group of high quality homes and it provides 2200 sq ft of accommodation.
With the benefit of oil fired RADIATOR CENTRAL HEATING and DOUBLE GLAZING, the accommodation is in very good decorative order and it incorporates a number of quality features including SLATE and OAK floors, LEDGED and BRACED OAK DOORS to the ground floor, BEAMED and VAULTED CEILINGS to the first floor, a bespoke KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM, 2 ENSUITE SHOWER ROOMS and a FAMILY BATHROOM with a roll top bath.
On the GROUND FLOOR there is a double glazed entrance door to the DINING ROOM which has a fireplace housing a double sided fire which is shared with the living room, a radiator, an oak staircase to the first floor, wall lights and a door to a UTILITY/CLOAKROOM with a stainless steel sink having cupboards under, an eye level wall cupboard, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, a wc, a 'Grant' oil fired boiler, cloak hooks and a storage recess.
There is a FITTED KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM with a 1.5 bowl white ceramic sink, a range of bespoke base and wall units, an island/breakfast bar unit with storage and shelves under, a radiator, plumbing for a dishwasher, a 'Rangemaster' stainless steel range cooker with a ceramic hob, space for a large American fridge, four stainless steel spotlight fittings, and a TV point. There is a really impressive _ ft LIVING/FAMILY ROOM with double glazed French doors to the garden, a fireplace with a slate hearth and dual sided stove, an oak boarded floor, 2 radiators, a beamed ceiling, uplighter wall lights, and a TV point.
On the FIRST FLOOR there is a long LANDING with 2 radiators, 3 Velux windows and uplighters. BEDROOM 1 has a radiator, a Velux and casement window, uplighters, a door to an original outside staircase and a door to an ENSUITE SHOWER with a large shower, having a glass screen and thermostatic shower, a pedestal basin, a close coupled wc, a Velux window and exposed beams. BEDROOM 2 has a Velux and casement window, a radiator, uplighters, and an ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM with glass corner shower cubicle with a thermostatic shower, a close coupled wc, a pedestal wash basin, a Velux window and exposed beams. BEDROOM 3 has a radiator, uplighters and a large store cupboard. BEDROOM 4 also has a radiator and uplighters. There is a FAMILY BATHROOM with a roll top bath having stainless steel Victorian style shower mixer taps, a pedestal basin and a close coupled wc.
There are double gates leading to a large concrete HARDSTANDING for 2 cars, and there is also an ATTACHED TIMBER FRAME GARAGE with double timber doors, a concrete floor, electric light and power. The gardens are level and fully enclosed, mainly laid to lawn. There are paved paths to the front and rear of the barn and the front garden is enclosed by an ornate stone wall with a flower bed and picket fence. There is a good size level rear garden enclosed by a natural bank.
Chawleigh is situated on the south side of the Little Dart Valley in mid Devon and it is surrounded by the unspoilt undulating countryside for which the area is well known. It is only 2 miles from the A377 between Barnstaple and Exeter and the village has a pub, a post office/store and church. The rural town of Chulmleigh is just over 2 miles away and offers good amenities including a traditional baker and butcher, a range of restaurants and pubs, a dentist, health centre and schools for all age ranges including an academy secondary school which has an excellent reputation. The market towns of Crediton and South Molton are almost 13 miles equidistant, the regional centre of Barnstaple is 20 miles and the city of Exeter is 21 miles distant. There is a nearby station on the Barnstaple to Exeter tarka line with access to the main rail line to London and the M5 is just 25 miles via the A361. The area offers a wealth of outdoor pursuits including cycling, walking and horse riding, there is fishing on the Mole and the Taw, golf at Chulmleigh, High Bullen and Libbaton and both the North Devon coast and Exmoor are within easy driving distance.
Living Room 27'6" x 18'3" (8.38m x 5.56m).
Dining Room 18'8" x 17'6" (5.7m x 5.33m).
Kitchen/breakfast room 18'3" x 16'2" (5.56m x 4.93m).
Bedroom 1 18'1" x 16'7" (5.51m x 5.05m).
Ensuite shower 7'8" x 6'6" (2.34m x 1.98m).
Bedroom 2 18'6" x 14'5" (5.64m x 4.4m).
Ensuite shower 8'2" x 5'4" (2.5m x 1.63m).
Bedroom 3 13'8" x 11'2" (4.17m x 3.4m).
Bathroom 8'7" x 6'9" (2.62m x 2.06m).
Bedroom 4 14' x 13'8" (4.27m x 4.17m).
Garage 19'5" x 15'7" (5.92m x 4.75m).
From our office, leave the Square via South Street along the B3226. On reaching the junction with the A377, turn left towards Exeter. Proceed along this road for just under 4 miles until you reach Eggesford and turn left opposite Eggesford Station to Chawleigh. Drive into Chawleigh and after passing Bells Close on the left, take the next left turn before the Post Office store and on the sharp right bend, there is an entrance drive to the barn conversions.