The Barton is a seven-bedroom thatched farmhouse that offers substantial and immaculate accommodation configured over three floors. The property combines the amenities of modern living whilst retaining a wealth of characterful features including impressive original fireplaces and exposed timber beams. The farmhouse has two separate staircases allowing for flexible accommodation options and provides the opportunity for use as a large family home or for multigenerational living. The Barton is set in a picturesque rural setting and has approximately 9.5 acres of grounds that includes a beautiful landscaped garden and extensive outbuildings. The property also benefits from River Yeo frontage with 500 yards of single bank fishing rights.The ground floor offers four sizeable and welcoming reception rooms, including the generous and light-filled drawing room that features an original open fireplace, timber beams overhead and large windows that overlook the garden. The formal dining hall provides access to the outside whilst the adjoining office/library provides further welcoming reception space and also features an original fireplace. The family room/ snug, providing additional reception space also takes further advantage of the wonderful views over the property's grounds. The well-proportioned kitchen and breakfast room has oak units, granite worktops, a butler sink, an impressive inglenook fireplace with a Sandyford cast iron range cooker and space for a large breakfast table, while the adjoining utility area provides further space for storage and appliances. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a sizeable shower room.Two separate stairways lead you up to the first floor accommodation where there are five double bedrooms and one single bedroom. The first floor also has two family bathrooms, one of which has an adjoining airing cupboard, with the main bathroom featuring a central, freestanding roll-top bathtub. The principal bedroom is located on the second floor and benefits from fitted storage and a modern en suite shower room. All of the bedrooms enjoy outstanding far-reaching views over the property's grounds and the neighbouring countryside.Local Authority: Mid Devon District Council Services: Mains electricity and water. Private drainage which we understand is compliant with current regulations. Oil fired central heating. Solar Panel energy. Council Tax: Band G Rights of Way: The Barton has a right of access over a neighbouring property's driveway. As seen on the plan, a secondary driveway leads from the hamlet to the rear of the property. This drive could easily be opened up and used as the main access to the property instead. Tenure: Freehold Guide Price: £1,350,000This property has 9.5 acres of land.Outside The Barton is set in extensive grounds of approximately 9.5 acres that includes beautiful landscaped gardens, rolling lawns and meadows, a small lake, an orchard, well-stocked colourful flowerbeds, various established shrubs and hedgerow and a woodland with 685 trees planted by the Woodland Trust. There is also a large area of paved terracing creating an ideal space for al fresco dining and entertaining as well as providing a wonderful vantage point for admiring the stunning views across the surrounding countryside. The property further benefits from a gas supplied fire pit, two level fishponds with a waterfall and a Jacuzzi hot tub. There is also a heated garden toilet with a butler sink that is attached to the main house but accessed from the outside. The grounds also include a garage/ carport, workshop and store, a greenhouse and vegetable garden, a summer house and extensive parking on a gravel driveway at the front of the property. The River Yeo forms the Southern boundary, over which there are 500 yards of single bank fishing rights.