Penslade, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 7LB
Asking Price £950,000
A Grade II Listed farmhouse with superb equestrian facilities
- 5 bedrooms
- 3 reception rooms
- 3 bathrooms
- 9.5 acres
Hall | Drawing room | Dining room | Sitting room
Kitchen/breakfast room | Utility room | Cloakroom
Master bedroom with en suite bathroom | Guest bedroom with en suite shower room
3 Further bedrooms | Family bathroom
Detached cottage, requiring total renovation
The property is Listed Grade II and is believed to have been built in the 16th century as an open hall house. Over time the property has been altered and extended, most notably about seven years ago when it was completely renovated and refurbished.
The property has the benefit of attractive areas of landscaped gardens and a number of well-fenced paddocks. There is also an excellent range of equestrian facilities, including stabling and two all-weather arenas (one sand and one rubber and sand), all situated in a peaceful location with far-reaching views.
The property is situated in a peaceful rural setting, enjoying far-reaching views to the Blackdown Hills and surrounding countryside. However, the property is also in a very accessible location, being just 1.75 miles from Junction 27 of the M5.
There are local amenities at the village of Uffculme, approximately 1.5 miles awa, with a Post Office, Co-op store, sports centre, health centre and inn, as well as the sought-after Uffculme Academy school.
The historic town of Tiverton, approximately 8 miles away, has a comprehensive range of shopping facilities, as well as the well-respected Blundell's School.
The cathedral city and county town of Exeter is about 19 miles away and provides a comprehensive range of cultural, educational, recreational and sporting facilities.
The property has the benefit of a range of excellent outbuildings, including a traditional barn. Adjoining the barn is a timber framed building used as garaging with 4 bays.
Within the courtyard of buildings is an impressive range of Monarch stabling, incorporating nine looseboxes.
There is also a general purpose building, divided into two units.
There is an old cider barn, requiring total renovation, but with potential for a number of uses subject to the necessary planning consents.
The property also has the benefit of two outdoor all-weather arenas.
There is an area of landscaped garden with an attractive area of decking to the rear of the house, overlooking a pond with a large gazebo. There is an orchard witha variety of apple, cherry, pear and plum trees.
The land is divided into nine paddocks, well fenced and with water supplies. There is access for horse boxes from the road.
In all about 9.5 acres.