• For Sale
  • Guided Price: GBP 1,500,000 
  • Property Type: Other Residential
  • Bedroom: 4

Reception Hall | Drawing room | Breakfast/ Utility | Dining room | Kitchen | Pantry | Four bedrooms | Family bathroom | Shower room with WC | Garages | Stables | Barns | Gardens | Orchard |Two ponds | Woodland | Approximately 45.21 acres | EPC rating E

Powlesland Farm is an attractive four-bedroom Grade II* Listed thatched farmhouse dating from the mid-13th century. The property provides flexible and immaculately presented accommodation configured over two floors and has a wealth of period features including exposed timber beams and impressive original fireplaces. The farm is set in the picturesque rolling Devon countryside between the towns of Okehampton and Crediton and enjoys views over Dartmoor National Park and Cawsand Hill. The property has river frontage of the River Yeo and benefits from extensive traditional farm outbuildings, equestrian facilities and far-reaching grounds of approximately 45.21 acres. Powlesland Farm provides versatile and significant commercial opportunities.

The reception hall leads you through to the grand drawing room that is adorned with characterful features including exposed timber beams, an exposed wood-panelled muntin screen and an impressive original fireplace. Further welcoming reception space can be found in the fourth bedroom which is currently used as an adjoining sitting room that also features an original fireplace. The kitchen has wooden units to base and wall level, an Aga, integrated appliances and space for a table. Adjoining the kitchen is a bright breakfast/
utility room that features a dual-aspect allowing for plenty of natural light as well as providing access to the outside. It also provides further space for storage and appliances. Also on the ground floor is a dining room that is currently set up as a study allowing for flexible accommodation options. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a shower room with handbasin and WC.

The first floor can be accessed via two separate staircases and provides three double bedrooms of similar proportions including the principal bedroom. One of the bedrooms provides an opportunity to be made an en suite if required subject to the necessary consents. The first floor accommodation is completed by a study area and a family bathroom with a bath and separate shower unit.

Adjoining the farmhouse are a large store room and garage with storage above which provides excellent development potential to extend the farmhouse on two floors subject to the necessary consents.

The property is located in a secluded position at the end of a private driveway in an idyllic rural location, surrounded by stunning Devon countryside. A private lane leads from the property to the nearby village of Spreyton that has a garage, local pub, hairdressers and a village hall and shop while further amenities can be found in Okehampton, nine miles away that include high street shopping, large supermarkets and a community hospital. Crediton is 14 miles away, offering access to further amenities, while the vibrant city of Exeter is just 18 miles away, with its excellent shopping, leisure and cultural facilities, including plenty of superb restaurants, cafés and bars. Dartmoor National Park is also within easy reach offering unrivalled opportunities for walking, cycling and riding. The area offers access to a good selection of state schooling including Spreyton primary school, the outstanding-rated secondary Okehampton College and Queen Elizabeth's School , as well as to a number of renowned independent schools including St. Wilfrid's, Exeter Cathedral School, The Maynard, Exeter School and Blundell's. The area is well connected by road, with the A30 providing routes to Exeter and the M5. Exeter St David's mainline station provides direct services to London Paddington in just over 2 hours. Exeter airport also provides both national and international links.

Local Authority: West Devon Borough Council
Services: Mains electricity. Private drainage which we understand may not be compliant with current regulations. Further information is being sought. A borehole and filtration system plus storage tanks provides the water supply.
Council Tax: Band D.
Broadband speed: 45mbps.
Tenure: Freehold
Guide Price: £1,500,000
Rights of Way: There is a rarely used public footpath that follows part of the property's boundary.

Powlesland Farm is set in approximately 45.21 acres comprising 16 paddocks, all individually accessed, pastureland, meadow, woodland and a natural pond. All of the paddocks have water supply/troughs and many have electric fencing. The gardens include well-maintained rolling lawns, well stocked flower beds, mature specimen trees, a large fish pond, a summerhouse, orchard, kitchen garden with a large solar tunnel and a chicken coup. Far reaching views over the neighbouring countryside can be enjoyed from most of the grounds. There is potential to create a 4.5 furlongs gallop.

The farmhouse is surrounded by extensive outbuildings, with paved and concrete hardstandings and courtyards providing access for farm vehicles and machinery. The outbuildings include a stables unit, which totals 6,784 square feet, and almost 14,000 square feet of barn space. The barns include a Grade II Listed Bake House, a Grade II Listed barn with a Linhay, Shippon (with development potential), an American style barn, four loose boxes, feedstore, monopitch barn, a covered yard, open fronted Dutch barn, round top barn incorporating an indoor school, large straw barn and several store sheds. The farm also has a carport/general purpose building providing parking for several vehicles.

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