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  • Beautifully situated country residence
  • Panoramic views over rolling countryside and out to sea Spacious and versatile accommodation
  • Three reception rooms, Five bedrooms, Four bath/shower rooms
  • Three bay carport
  • Two storey double garage/home office
  • Delightful gardens and grounds amounting to just under 4 acres (3.9) including a paddock
  • Additional 6.4 acre paddock available by separate negotiation
  • No onward chain


BEAUTIFULLY POSITIONED CLOSE TO COAST! A highly versatile detached country residence enjoying panoramic views over the rolling countryside, with no near neighbours, set in around 3.9 acres. Location - The property stands in a glorious rural location, with no near neighbours, and enjoys panoramic views over rolling countryside and out to sea. Located within part of the UK's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), the rugged Hartland Peninsular is renowned for its dramatic scenery and spectacular coastline. The village of Hartland is around 1.5 miles away and benefits from a thriving community with a superb range of amenities including a medical centre, Post Office, public houses, shops and a village primary school, as well as the nearby Hartland Quay and Hartland Abbey. The area frequently lends itself to film locations, most recently, ''Rebecca' (Netflix), The Guernsey Potato Peel Society film and Mallory Towers (CBBC). Located within easy reach is the ever-popular Pattard Restaurant, which is approximately 10 minutes walking distance from the property. A particular feature of the area is the spectacular coastal walks, with breath-taking scenery. Within easy reach are a range of popular villages including Clovelly, Bucks Mills and Welcombe, as well as Woolsery. Woolsery benefits from the renowned and popular Farmers Arms public house and restaurant, as well as the boutique village shop and Post Office and fish and chip shop, which have all been refurbished to exacting standards in recent years. A wider range of amenities are available at the towns of Bideford and Bude around 14 and 17 miles away respectively, including banks, shops and schooling for all ages. Communications - The area can be accessed from Junction 27 of the M5 Motorway, and along the A361 North Devon Link Road, which leads onto the A39 Atlantic Highway. The nearest train station is located at the regional centre of Barnstaple, which connects to Exeter, where there are regular mainline rail services to London (Paddington) in just over 2 hours. Alternatively, Tiverton Parkway Mainline Railway Station is about a 90-minute drive, which connects to London and beyond. Mileages Hartland Village - 1.5 miles The Coast - 2.2 miles Woolsery - 6 miles Bideford - 14 miles Bude - 17 miles Barnstaple - 23 miles M5 Motorway - 58 miles The Property - Jackson-Stops are proud to offer for sale this beautifully situated country residence with no near neighbours, enjoying panoramic views over rolling countryside to the sea beyond. The property is thought to date back to the 17th Century and interestingly, is not listed, and benefits from a wealth of character features including inglenook fireplaces and exposed beamed ceilings. It has however been sympathetically refurbished and extended by the current vendors to expertly blend modern conveniences with these beautiful character features. The accommodation is spacious and versatile, with three reception rooms, five bedrooms and four bath/shower rooms. The property strands in generous and private grounds, and benefits from a range of outbuildings including a three bay car port, two storey garage/home office and stabling. In total, the property benefits from about 3.9 acres if level pasture. There is a separate 6.4 acre paddock opposite that is available by separate negotiation, if required. This beautiful, detached residence is available to the open market with the added benefits of no ongoing chain. The accommodation, with approximate dimensions more clearly identified on the accompanying floorplans, comprises: Double doors lead to: Entrance Hall - Beamed ceiling. Stairs rise to first floor landing. Dining Room - A dual aspect room enjoying panoramic views over the surrounding countryside. Tongue and groove panelling to dado height. Shower Room - Comprising low level WC with concealed cistern, vanity wash hand basin and a shower cubicle. Extensive tiling. Window overlooking the courtyard. Sitting Room - A superb, dual aspect room overlooking the gardens. Exposed beams. Wood burning stove on a stone hearth with exposed lintel. Exposed beams. Double doors lead to: Conservatory - Overlooking the garden with access onto the garden. Study - Window overlooking the garden. Inglenook fireplace with bread oven. Exposed beamed ceiling and uprights. Lobby - Door giving access onto the garden. Secondary stairs rise to first floor. Kitchen/Dining Room - A dual aspect room with views over the surrounding stunning countryside. The kitchen is fitted with a range of matching wall and base units with sink set into granite and wooden work surfaces. Integrated oven, dishwasher, fridge and four ring electric hob with extractor over. Slate flagstone flooring. Oil fired Rayburn set into chimney recess. Exposed beams and uprights. Utility - Slate flagstone flooring. Space for freezer, tumble dryer and washing machine. Window enjoying countryside views. Access back into the hallway. First Floor Landing - Hatch access to loft space. Built-in storage cupboard. Bedroom 2 - A superb dual aspect room with panoramic countryside views. Built in wardrobes. Storage cupboard Family Bathroom - Comprising low level WC, wash hand basin and a panelled bath. Window enjoying countryside views. Bedroom 5 Window enjoying countryside views towards the coast. Built-in wardrobes . Bedroom 1 - A triple aspect room enjoying panoramic views over the surrounding countryside. Part vaulted ceiling. Built-in wardrobes. En-Suite - Comprising low level WC with concealed cistern, wash hand basin and shower cubicle. Window enjoying countryside views. Secondary First Floor Landing - Window. Access to eaves storage. Bedroom 3 - Window overlooking the garden. Part vaulted ceiling. Ornate fireplace with exposed stonework. Built-in wardrobes. Bedroom 4 - Window overlooking the garden. Part vaulted ceiling. Built-in wardrobes. Bathroom - Comprising low level WC, vanity wash hand basin and bath. Window enjoying countryside views. Outside - The property sits just off a quiet country lane, and is approached via a shingled driveway leading into a courtyard with ample off-road parking and a three vehicle carport. An 18' two-storey double garage provides further sheltered parking and storage, with a personal door leading into a utility room and ground floor bathroom. A set of stairs lead to a 26' open plan room, which is used by the current vendors as a lounge area, however it could be utilised as a home office/gym or entertaining space. There is also a separate access back onto the country lane from here. There is a stable block to the rear of the double garage which consists of two dry stables and a hay barn, and is positioned adjacent to the three acre paddock making it ideal for equestrian use. A five bar gate leads into the formal gardens which surround the property and are mainly laid to lawn, with an apple orchard and a seating area ideal for al-fresco dining and entertaining. There is a further orchard positioned at the eastern most boundary. The property benefits from level gardens and pasture, with the whole plot enjoying a great deal of seclusion and privacy, and in total, amounts to 3.9 acres. Extra Land - Available by Separate Negotiation The vendors of the property also own an additional 6.4 acre field, which is available by separate negotiation. This parcel of land is located opposite the property, on the other side of the lane. Property Information Services - Mains electricity and water. Private drainage (septic tank). Oil fired central heating. Local Authority - Torridge District Council - 01237 428700. EPC Rating: D What 3 Words: ///lilac.view.ringers Directions - From Bideford, head on the A39 towards Bude, passing through the villages of Ford and Fairy Cross, Horns Cross and Bucks Cross. After continuing straight across at the roundabout at Clovelly Cross, turn right after a short distance, signposted towards Hartland. Continue along this road, following signs towards Hartland Point and Lighthouse. Upon reaching the crossroads, where you will see the name Cheristow, go straight across here and then take the first right hand turning, at Pattard Cross, and proceed along the country lane, where the property will be found on the left hand side.