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This superb barn conversion offers very spacious accommodation and has been sympathetically refurbished over the years to a high specification for very comfortable living.
The charming and versatile accommodation has large rooms, with two generous reception rooms including the dining room, perfect for family dining and dinner parties, and a large sitting room, with an attractive fireplace, housing a wood burner. Beyond, there is an extensive garden room, suitable for sitting and relaxing, dining or a home office, overlooking the mature garden. The ground floor has two double bedrooms, one with an en suite, and a separate shower room, making the accommodation very versatile and suitable for later years. Upstairs, there are two further bedrooms, one particularly large, and a nicely fitted, family bathroom. The property has a number of exposed timbers and wood features, enhancing the character, and is well appointed for modern living with modern suites in the bath and shower rooms, oil fired central heating and double-glazed windows. The kitchen is fitted in a classic style with granite work surfaces and is the social hub of the house, with a large island unit to sit around and chat, and an Aga, providing a warm, homely atmosphere.
Outside, there are two garden areas, one with a large patio and terraced garden, and a more formal garden, overlooked from the patio and garden room, enjoying a southerly, sunny aspect. Adjoining the accommodation there is a triple garage or storage barn providing extensive, enclosed storage with parking to the fore.
Part of the property is deemed to be Grade II listed, certainly the exterior of the front elevations, as it lies within the curtilage of the original Braddons Farm, the house which lies opposite, across the cobbled courtyard, which is Grade II listed.
Braddons Barn lies towards the end of Muxbeare Lane, connecting parts of the National Cycle Network, on the outskirts of Willand. The popular village has a good range of local amenities including a popular post office/store, church, bus stops with regular bus services, an excellent primary school, mini markets, a service station, pub (at the end of the lane) and a village hall. The village lies within easy reach of Uffculme, with the renowned Uffculme School, providing secondary education and Ofsted rated, 'Outstanding'. Both junctions 27 and 28 of the M5 can be quickly accessed, within three miles, making the location ideal for commuting to Exeter and Taunton and via the Tiverton Parkway Station at Sampford Peverell, with regular inter city services - London Paddington in 2 hours. The station is also very accessible by bike, along the Cycle Network.
Cullompton: c. 3.5 miles.
Tiverton: c. 8 miles.
Exeter: c. 18 miles.
Taunton: c. 17 miles.
Services: Mains electricity and metered water. Private, modern sewage treatment plant.
Council Tax: Band F
Local Authority: Mid Devon District Council
Please see the floor plan for the dimensions. The internal photos have been taken with a wide-angle lens to show more of the rooms.