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Don't miss this one! A super three bedroom barn conversion in an idyllic location, not far from the centre of Ash Mill, nr. South Molton.
Previously an agricultural building, Mazard Tree House is almost complete and offers a substantial three bedroom conversion in a super location, set at the end of its own sweeping driveway on the edge of this pretty little village.
Ash Mill is a quiet little village, not far from the A361 North Devon Link Road thus offering great links to Tiverton, the M5 and the North Devon coast.
Sat in approximately one acre, the location in my opinion, is just perfect. Not far from civilisation yet offering privacy, seclusion and tranquillity with no near neighbours and lovely views over farmland. I think Mazard Tree House will suit a range of buyers, due to its position, locality and the flexible accommodation.
The barn is clad in composite wood effect cladding which is sustainable and low maintenance. I particularly like the sage green fascia's, guttering and downpipes, not obtrusive or stark like some modern equivalents, it works well with the cladding and is a more neutral finish to the exterior.
Everything here is brand new and been carefully planned and created to work with the existing footprint and style of the original building. I was keen to get inside!
The utility room is a great size and has plenty of space for all your white appliances. The underfloor heating felt lovely underfoot. I particularly like the flooring; a quality lino which to me, looks like polished concrete (very fashionable at the moment) and compliments the modern units. The boiler is located here and there is a handy cloakroom.
There are attractive oak ledge and brace doors throughout the property, with wrought iron latches - such a nice touch and a tactile, pleasing contrast to the other modern fixtures and fittings.
The same flooring flows into the kitchen/dining room which has the same units as the utility, giving continuity. The modern gloss units are a soft mushroom colour and are well fitted with laminate worktops and uprisers in a similar tone. An attractive glass splash back sits above the electric hob and there is an integrated double oven, fridge and dishwasher. This is a lovely size room and benefits from dual aspect windows and patio doors out to the garden. There is ample space for a dining table and chairs.
Glazed oak doors lead through to the reception lounge. What a lovely room this is - with new carpeting and numerous windows letting the light just flood in. There is a high vaulted ceiling and an eye-catching wood burning stove at one end of the room. Patio doors again lead outside and an open staircase leads up to the master suite.
The master bedroom is a good size and has a large Velux and window. The beauty of this room are the two under eave walk in cupboards at either end of the room (his and hers wardrobes maybe?) Each has power and lighting and one houses the immersion tank and pipework keeping it incredibly toasty. They just need shelving or rails as desired. The ensuite has been nicely fitted to include a rainfall shower head and handheld attachment, chunky towel rail, wc, trough basin in vanity unit and sensor lit mirror.
Downstairs a door from the living room leads into an inner hall with two generous double bedrooms and the main bathroom , with a P' shaped bath, rainfall shower, wc, hand basin set in a vanity unit and sensor lit mirror.
Outside, I really like the approach to the property. A five bar gate leads into the sweeping driveway with ample parking and turning in front of the house. There is a good garage with lighting and power, separated at the rear to create an ideal workshop, utility space or bike storage etc.
The gardens extend to approximately one acre and are fenced in stock proof fencing and mainly laid to lawn. The house is encircled by paving, interspersed with stone chippings. It is a very pretty valley setting just outside of the main village and at the bottom of the garden is a small stream. There is also a well in the garden so you could source your own water!
In my opinion, this is a blank canvas and is ready to move straight into and put your stamp on. Something quite unique in style and build and in a lovely position.
Services: Mains electricity and water. Septic tank drainage. Oil fired central heating. Immersion water heater.
Heading North on the A361 North Devon Link Road, exit left by the local services, signposted Creacombe/Rose Ash/Meshaw. Proceed along the road that runs parallel to the link road until you come to a four cross way (before Rose Ash). Turn right here (Poadmarsh Hill). Carry on this road and take the third turning on your left, before you enter the village of Ash Mill (Mazard Tree Hill). Turn left before the two Mazard Trees.