Kitthaven Barn, Dulverton

Offers in excess of £575,000
3 Beds
3 Bathrooms
  • Entrance hall and cloakroom
  • Kitchen/ breakfast room
  • Vaulted sitting/ dining room with wood burning stove
  • 4 bedrooms
  • Master en-suite
  • Utility and work rooms
  • Level mature gardens
  • Detached garage
  • Private Secluded Position

Bampton Office

T. 01398 332006

Full Property Details

A light and spacious detached village house with half an acre of secluded gardens with river frontage and fishing rights nestled in the beautiful Haddeo Valley within the Exmoor National Park.


Kithaven Barn is situated in a beautifully peaceful and secluded location in the picturesque little village of Bury, nestled in the Haddeo valley within the Exmoor National Park. Bury is well known for its stone packhorse bridge and adjoining ford through the river, with wonderful opportunities to walk and ride through the adjoining woodland along footpaths and bridleways to Haddon Hill and Wimbleball Lake.
The village lies approximately 3 miles from the Exmoor town of Dulverton, a charming historic town with a great variety of local independent and convenience stores for all your everyday shopping needs, popular and award-winning pubs and restaurants, library, doctors' and dentists' surgeries, petrol station, pharmacy, visitor centre and primary school.

Kithaven Barn is a unique modern home built in the early 1960s and stands in a beautifully secluded garden bordered by the River Haddeo. The property comprises spacious and flexbile accommodation with the rooms mostly on ground floor level. An impressive L-shaped, sitting / dining room forms the heart of the house with a high vaulted ceiling and stone fireplace with inset woodburning stove. Leading off the dining area is the kitchen/ breakfast room, utility room, a workroom with shower room and the boiler room. In addition, there are three ground floor bedrooms, a conservatory/ garden room, a shower room and leading off the entrance hall is a cloakroom. Upstairs, there is a spacious double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and balcony with stunning country views. The property is double glazed with a central heating system which combines the environmental benefits and cost saving of a wood pellet boiler with the covenience of an oil-fired system which has been designed to allow switching between the two fuel sources.

Outside, the mature gardens are laid to lawn with many established trees giving privacy and seclusion in this truly tranquil setting. The garden is bordered by 56 yards of river frontage and the property benefits from full fishing rights. (The flow of the river Haddeo is controlled by Wimbleball Lake making it a feature of the property without the risk of flooding.) The property is approached by a private driveway to a parking and turning area to the front of the house and the detached double garage (6m x 5m).

From Dulverton proceed out of the town towards the A396. On reaching the T junction turn right and then immediately left towards Brompton Regis. Immediately turn right across the road and take the lane towards Bury. On entering the village, you will see a road sign for the 'ford'. Immediately after this sign on your right, you will see the driveway to the property.

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