A rare opportunity to buy a delightfully well presented spacious and historic barn conversion that dates back over 200 years. The property, over time, has become a very well appointed family home that has been sympathetically modernised and has character throughout. There are four double bedrooms, a luxury bathroom and a separate large contemporary shower room. To the rear is a southwesterly private level lawned garden and decked sun terrace with a spacious triple garage/workshop with Photovoltaic solar panels above and a driveway with parking for several cars. Set close to the countryside with bridal paths nearby, this family home has stables and a paddock and is set in grounds of just under one acre of land. Viewing is highly recommended.
The front door opens to the inner porch and, from there, into the large sitting room/dining room. There is a staircase to one end rising to the first floor and a hallway to the other end leading to the utility room and kitchen and a shower room opposite. A further inner hallway provides access to bedrooms one and two and a secondary entrance to the kitchen with its large dining area and breakfast bar. A further staircase leads to bedrooms three and four (bedroom four currently being used as a dressing room) and the bathroom. The kitchen has been divided neatly with the modern fully fitted kitchen with hob and floating extractor fan set above the units at both eye and base levels at one end with an open plan spacious dining area to the other that has a breakfast bar peninsula to the centre and an opening to the utility room. There are double doors opening into the conservatory that is ideal for coats and muddy boots after having been to the stables. The conservatory gives access to the garden at the rear. The first floor has access via two staircases that just adds to the character and charm of this home. The stairs from the sitting room lead up to the one of the most stunning living rooms you will find and is approximately 40' long with high level vaulted beamed ceilings and four inset Velux skylight windows, a large full length window overlooking Ipplepen village and across the countryside to Dartmoor. This room also has a centrepiece modern wood burning stove and a study area with a reading area to the rear with a door through to bedroom four. The other stair case rises to a landing with doors to bedrooms three and four as well as the luxury bathroom with a claw footed bath, recess wash basin, low level wc and low set window to one end and LED light set to the ceiling.
Directly to the rear of the house is a private level garden with a decked sun terrace with a gate to the substantial gated driveway with a triple garage having remote control rolling door and steps to one side that leads to the stable block with enclosure and tack area. Directly adjoining this is the enclosed paddock. There are nearby bridle paths and hacks.
The property has lpg fired central heating and Photovoltaic Solar Panels on the garage roof, providing electricity. There is also a wood burning stove to the living room.
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