Mountain Oak Farmhouse, Sampford Peverell, Tiverton, Devon

Asking Price £650,000
4 Beds
4 Bathrooms
  • Generous, period farmhouse
  • Beautiful character features
  • 3 receptions
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • 1 bed annexe
  • 1 bed holiday cottage
  • Gardens & parking
  • Great location

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An attractive farmhouse with the benefit of an adjoining annexe and a holiday cottage, perfect for dual occupancy and/or income potential. All in this popular Mid Devon village!

Set in this popular, bustling village, close to our lovely canal and brimming with amenities, including pubs, village hall, bus service, village shop and thriving village community spirit, Mountain Oak Farm is a very attractive traditional farmhouse.

It is in an excellent position, on the edge of the village and with easy access to Tiverton Parkway rail station and junction 27 of the M5. This is a very sought-after area, mainly due to being within the prestigious Uffculme school catchment area and its great communication/travel links.

The flexible accommodation comprises not just the conventional farmhouse, but an adjoining annex AND a holiday cottage. Thus, the property would suit dual occupancy or someone potentially looking to gain an income.

The attractive gardens really showcase the farmhouse, especially at this time of year. The farmhouse is of a substantial age and is oozing with character features, with the benefit of not being Listed, many improvements have been undertaken over the years but there is the scope for a new owner to undertake further improvements and really put their stamp on the house.

I was so pleasantly surprised upon entering the house, it is so spacious and light. The internal wall is so typical of a period cottage, with Latham plaster and exposed wooden beamed walls - a real showpiece! To your left is the sitting room; a traditional room with wooden beam and the largest inglenook fireplace I think I have ever encountered!

The dining room is sizeable and sits across the hall with another pretty fireplace in situ. At the back of the house is the farmhouse kitchen, with a traditional range of units, Rayburn, plenty of space for informal dining and all your appliances. At one end is the conservatory, a great extra reception room having French doors to the garden. There is a handy boot room, an internal door to the annexe and at the other end of the kitchen, a large utility room with separate larder and wc.

Upstairs really does not disappoint There are three double bedrooms, all with ensuite shower rooms and a smaller bedroom, a rear landing, airing cupboard and family bathroom.

Outside has a south facing position and the gardens are well stocked with terraces, gravelled formal areas and to the side, a level lawned area, parking, and paved terracing.

Can be accessed via the main house or independently and is a pretty-stone built cottage to the rear of the farmhouse. The kitchen/dining room is open plan to the lounge with French doors and a wood burning stove. There is one bedroom here and a shower room. It has a nice area of lawn and parking.

This lovely little addition has separate access and offers nicely proportioned holiday accommodation. it is geared up for wheelchair access, with tiled flooring and wider doorways to suit.

It presently provides a good income and has its own segment of patio garden. The lounge/dining room is a super-size, offering further sleeping space by way of a sofa bed. The living area is open plan to the kitchen area. There are two shower rooms here making the space flexible and the bedroom is a great size with French doors to the outside patio.

The Farmhouse is presently tenanted to very good tenants who have really looked after the property. There will be vacant possession on completion, notice has been served. The annexe has been previously let on an AST but is now vacant. The holiday cottage provides an excellent income.

Services: Mains electricity, gas and water. Drainage to private Klargester.
Council Tax: Farmhouse Band F and annexe Band A.
Separate EPCs for farmhouse and annexe – both rated E.

From junction 27 of the M5 motorway, take the A361 towards Tiverton, immediately then taking the slip road off to Sampford Peverell. Bear left at the top of the slip road and continue along here, past the Tiverton Parkway turning on your left. The property will be found just along on the right hand side.

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