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  • An exciting and exclusive development
  • Phase 1 of "Highfields"
  • Constructed by local developers of high repute
  • Consisting of fifteen 3 & 4 bedroom properties
  • All with garage, parking & turfed garden
  • Mixture of detached & semi-detached plots
  • High specification finishes
  • Kitchens by well-respected local firm 'Home Sweet Home


WELCOME TO HIGHFIELDS - "THE OSPREY" ONLY 3 REMAINING ON PHASE 1! We are extremely excited to present to the market this stunning development in a unique location, being tucked away and backing onto open fields, yet benefiting from everything available virtually from the doorstep. The development known as "Highfields" sits on the outskirts of the village of Bickington, overlooking the River Taw and surrounding countryside. Phase 1 of Highfields will offer a beautiful selection of 3 & 4 bedroom high quality homes with a village green and open space. Designed and built to exacting standards, this prestigious development will be a unique and beautiful place to live. Whether you are looking for excellent amenities and schooling, spectacular walks along the rugged North Devon coastline or surfing and sandy beaches, you are perfectly placed at Highfields to enjoy the local area and all it has to offer. This home comprises a detached four bedroom house with large open plan kitchen/dining room/lounge, separate snug, utility room, downstairs WC and four first floor bedrooms (one en-suite) and a family bathroom. "The Osprey" also has the benefit of a turfed garden, garage and off-road parking. LOCAL AREA: It's All On Your Doorstep The beauty of living at Highfields is that you have everything available within easy access, yet you are situated in a tucked away and private position, backing onto open fields. Bickington The local village of Bickington is within walking distance, and offers a range of amenities including convenience store/Post Office, hairdressers and village pub. There is also easy access to the Tarka Trail. Barnstaple The nearby regional centre of Barnstaple offers all the area's main business, commercial and shopping venues, including an array of primary and secondary schools, as well as a college. There is a superb blend of high street retailers and independent shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes and a popular theatre. A particular feature of the town is the charming Pannier Market, with its wide range of local traders, and Butcher's Row with its boutique shops and restaurants/cafes. The Tarka Trail The Tarka Trail consists of a 180 mile figure of 8 route that is easily accessible from Highfields, and traverses unspoilt countryside with dramatic sea cliffs and beautiful beaches. It includes the longest traffic free cycle route in the UK, and is superb for walking and cycling. The South West Coastal Footpath The South West Coastal Footpath is England's longest waymarked footpath, and a national trail that stretches for some 630 miles from Minehead in Somerset along the coasts of Devon and Cornwall, and offers spectacular walks with stunning vistas of the breath-taking coastline. Instow The delightful nearby coastal village of Instow sits at the mouth of the estuary where the Rivers Taw and Torridge meet. It benefits from a delightful community and a sandy beach, cricket club, sailing club and superb pubs and restaurants, as well as a well-known local deli. Appledore The historic fisherman's village of Appledore sits on the adjacent bank of the River Torridge and is renowned for its quaint cobbled streets, fisherman's cottages and arts and crafts community. There is also a range of excellent dining opportunities, as well as a well-known local deli. Surfing & Sandy Beaches There are a range of spectacular sandy, surfing beaches within easy reach of Highfields, including at Westward Ho!, Saunton and Croyde. North Devon has recently being recognised as a ''World Surfing Reserve' (WSR), which is the only WSR in the UK and the only cold-water WSR in the world. Exmoor National Park Exmoor National Park is famous for its undulated moorland and pasture, bisected by streams and rivers, running down through deep wooded combes to the spectacular coastline. It offers excellent walking opportunities. EPC RATINGS: B Viewing - Site visits are strictly by appointment with the sole selling agents, Jackson-Stops North Devon and must be accompanied by an agent. Please contact us on 01271 325 153 or email us at Agent's Note: Some images shown may not correspond with the exact plot and are for illustration purposes only. Please ask the agents for further information. Directions: Approaching Barnstaple on the A361 North Devon Link Road, at the Roundswell Roundabout, take the fourth exit signposted towards Bickington and Fremington (A3125). Proceed along this lane and across the next two roundabouts staying on the A3125. At the Cedars Hotel Roundabout, take the first exit signposted towards Instow, Bickington and Fremington. Continue along this road, and take the third turning on the right hand side into North Lane. Proceed along this lane until you see the entrance to the site, which will be on the left hand side. Proceed to the top of the site where an agent will meet you.