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Bickleigh | Tiverton

Guide Price £450,000

Detached | 5
Accommodation Summary

Former Farm House
Two Bedroom House plus Three Bedroom Flat
Four Reception Rooms
Kitchen with Separate Breakfast Room
Utility Room/Boot Room
0.87 Acre of Gardens
Drive
Lean-to for Storage
No Chain
*Seller would prefer a cash buyer
*Please ensure you have read the AGENTS NOTE and watched the video tour prior to booking a viewing.

Directions

M5 Junction 27
Follow A361 and A396
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto A361
Take the A396 exit towards Bickleigh/Tiverton
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Heathcoat Way/A396
Go through 1 roundabout
At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Great Western Way/A396
Go through 2 roundabouts
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto W Exe S/A396
At the next roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Exeter Rd/A396 and continue for approx. 3.3 miles.
Just past the Trout Inn (At Bickleigh Bridge) Turn right onto A3072 Sign posted to Crediton.
Go over humped back bridge and bear left and drive to the top of the hill. Opposite the grit/salt box on the left hand side of the road there is an "island" on the right, take the second entrance and keep to the left down the long lane leading to Broadley House.

From Exeter
Follow A396 to Bickleigh
Over the bridge turn left signposted A3072 Crediton
Go over humped back bridge and bear left and drive to the top of the hill. Opposite the grit/salt box on the left hand side of the road there is an "island" on the right, take the second entrance and keep to the left down the long lane leading to Broadley House.

From Crediton
Follow A3072 to Bickleigh/Tiverton
Leave Crediton on the A3072 heading for Bickleigh/Tiverton
After approx. 7.1miles the road goes through a wooded area, on the bend is Bickleigh Crest House to the left, immediately past here turn left and keep to the left down the long lane leading to Broadley House.
Drive in to the car park opposite the 'Trout Inn' and park alongside the double garage.

Situation

Tiverton approx. 3½ miles.

Tiverton Parkway and M5 motorway approx. 10 miles.

Exeter approx. 11 miles.

Broadley House is on the edge of Bickleigh village. The village has a church, a friendly riverside pub and two visitor attractions, Bickleigh Mill, restaurant and craft centre. Bickleigh Castle is also nearby. The Cathedral and University of Exeter is approximately eleven miles to the south, offering excellent shopping, cultural, educational and leisure facilities. The market town of Tiverton, some 3.5 miles to the north, has good shopping facilities, Petroc College (Mid-Devon campus) and Blundells School. There is a mainline railway station at Tiverton Parkway, next to junction 27 of the M5 motorway, both approximately 10 miles away. Exeter airport is some 13 miles away to the east of the city.

Description

A substantial detached farm house in .87 of an acre within a collection of barns and rolling countryside, just 10 miles north of Exeter. Currently arranged as a two bedroom property with three bedroom flat, offering great potential for a lucrative 'home and income' subject to the usual consents.

MAIN HOUSE

Accommodation comprising Obscure glazed and solid wood stable door to:

ENTRANCE PORCH Glazed on three sides with obscure glass and wood door to:

ENTRANCE HALL Staircase to 1st floor.

FAMILY ROOM14'3" x 12'11" (4.34m x 3.94m). A generous room with feature brick fireplace recess and wooden lintel. Double glazed window overlooking the garden.

DINING ROOM20'3" x 14'3" (6.17m x 4.34m). Double glaze window to garden. Large cast-iron burner with fireplace recess, brick hearth and wooden lintel. Radiator.

BOILER ROOM Double glaze window to side. Worcester boiler. Obscure glazed window for natural light to side aspect.

CLOAKROOM Low-level WC. Wash hand basin. Obscure glaze window. Radiator.

SITTING ROOM23' x 14'3" (7m x 4.34m). A large dual aspect room with double glaze windows to the side and rear, enjoying views of the countryside and of the garden. Fireplace on slate hearth with brick surround and wood mantle exposed timbers.

KITCHEN15'1" x 9'9" (4.6m x 2.97m). Extensive range of floor and wall mounted Oak fronted cupboards and drawer units with work surface over. Space for cooker. Double stainless steel drainer and sink unit. Quarry tile flooring. Exposed timbers. Radiator.

BREAKFAST ROOM15'1" x 10'10" (4.6m x 3.3m). Tiled floor. Double glaze patio doors to side garden. Radiator.

CLOAKROOM / UTILITY ROOM10'10" x 7'11" (3.3m x 2.41m). Tiled shower cubicle with curtain rail. Wash hand basin. Low-level WC. Cupboard and drawer units. Tiled floor. Radiator.

BOOT ROOM11'10" x 5'11" (3.6m x 1.8m). Double glaze door for access and windows to side. Stainless steel sink unit with space for washing machine below. Tiled floor.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING Window to side.

BEDROOM14'4" x 12'5" (4.37m x 3.78m). Large double bedroom with double glaze windows to side and rear. Storage cupboard. Access to loft space. Radiator.

BEDROOM15' x 14'4" (4.57m x 4.37m). A generous double bedroom with double glaze window overlooking the garden. Wash hand basin. Built-in cupboard with shelving.

BATHROOM Panelled bath. Low-level WC. Wash hand basin with cupboard beneath. Wall mounted mirror and lighting. Double glaze window for natural light. Airing cupboard with wooden slatted shelving. Radiator.

THE FLAT

Accommodation comprising Door to:

KITCHEN / LIVING ROOM23'11" x 11'6" (7.3m x 3.5m). A triple aspect free-flowing space with double glaze windows to front and sides, enjoying a pleasant outlook over the gardens and neighbouring farmland. There is a large sitting area with two radiators and dado rail and television point. The modern fitted kitchen area benefits from an extensive range of cupboard and drawer units, with work surface over and tiled splashback. Space for cooker and for fridge/freezer. Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Display shelving.

LANDING Large airing cupboard with wood/shelving and water tank. Access to loft space.

BEDROOM13'10" x 12'2" (4.22m x 3.7m). A large double bedroom with dual aspect. Radiator.

BEDROOM13'10" x 10'6" (4.22m x 3.2m). A double bedroom with double glaze window to rear, overlooking the garden. Wash hand basin with cupboard beneath and tiled splashback. Mirror fronted medicine cabinet. Radiator.

BEDROOM9'11" x 9'5" (3.02m x 2.87m). A double bedroom with double glaze window to side, overlooking the gardens. Radiator.

BATHROOM Panelled bath. Low-level WC. Wash hand basin. Tiling up to dado height. Radiator.

OUTSIDE Drive and parking for a number of vehicles approaches the property. On reaching the property, steps lead to a covered lean-to area which is convenient for storage. Pathway and steps lead to the front porch and on the opposite side a path to the flat. The mature gardens cover all sides and are mainly lawned with mature tree and shrub boarders. There are a number of pathways and seating areas. The entire gardens measure approximately .87 of an acre.

AGENTS NOTE The Vendor advises that that property is in the process of being registered at the Land Registry. Their solicitor has said that there is an unrestricted right of way at all times to access the property from the main road (A3072), at the present time the freehold owner of the track has a right to recoup a 25% contribution toward the cost of the maintenance, the vendor has documentation to show that any new owner of Broadley house should be in a very strong position to negotiate a reduced contribution (if/when asked to do so) on the grounds that other properties use the track for access. There is also the right to discharge treated effluent from the property's sewage treatment plant on to the adjoining land through the identified outflow pipes, and a right to enter the adjoining land (Giving the appropriate notice) to inspect, maintain, repair or replace the outflow pipes. There is a right to take a supply of water from the bore hole on the adjoining land through the installed water pipes (subject to assessed water charges). There is a right of access on to the adjoining land to carry out maintenance and repairs to the bore hole and pipes if the owner fails to carry out such work having been given the appropriate notice and time to do so.   A "cash Buyer" in a position to proceed, with no chain, would be preferred.

SERVICES Mains electric, private water supply from bore hole, private drainage (electrically operated sewage treatment plant, which has not been in service since July 2019) oil storage tank serving the central heating and hot water system, telephone points - the line is currently disconnected.

SUMMARY

GUIDE PRICE: £450,000 - £500,000. Rare opportunity to acquire a FORMER FARM HOUSE, just 10 miles north of Exeter. Currently arranged as a two bedroom house with a three bedroom flat, offering great potential for lucrative 'home and income'. With 0.87 of an ACRE of gardens.... Read more

Accommodation Summary

Former Farm House
Two Bedroom House plus Three Bedroom Flat
Four Reception Rooms
Kitchen with Separate Breakfast Room
Utility Room/Boot Room
0.87 Acre of Gardens
Drive
Lean-to for Storage
No Chain
*Seller would prefer a cash buyer
*Please ensure you have read the AGENTS NOTE and watched the video tour prior to booking a viewing.

Directions

M5 Junction 27
Follow A361 and A396
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto A361
Take the A396 exit towards Bickleigh/Tiverton
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Heathcoat Way/A396
Go through 1 roundabout
At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Great Western Way/A396
Go through 2 roundabouts
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto W Exe S/A396
At the next roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Exeter Rd/A396 and continue for approx. 3.3 miles.
Just past the Trout Inn (At Bickleigh Bridge) Turn right onto A3072 Sign posted to Crediton.
Go over humped back bridge and bear left and drive to the top of the hill. Opposite the grit/salt box on the left hand side of the road there is an "island" on the right, take the second entrance and keep to the left down the long lane leading to Broadley House.

From Exeter
Follow A396 to Bickleigh
Over the bridge turn left signposted A3072 Crediton
Go over humped back bridge and bear left and drive to the top of the hill. Opposite the grit/salt box on the left hand side of the road there is an "island" on the right, take the second entrance and keep to the left down the long lane leading to Broadley House.

From Crediton
Follow A3072 to Bickleigh/Tiverton
Leave Crediton on the A3072 heading for Bickleigh/Tiverton
After approx. 7.1miles the road goes through a wooded area, on the bend is Bickleigh Crest House to the left, immediately past here turn left and keep to the left down the long lane leading to Broadley House.
Drive in to the car park opposite the 'Trout Inn' and park alongside the double garage.

Situation

Tiverton approx. 3½ miles.

Tiverton Parkway and M5 motorway approx. 10 miles.

Exeter approx. 11 miles.

Broadley House is on the edge of Bickleigh village. The village has a church, a friendly riverside pub and two visitor attractions, Bickleigh Mill, restaurant and craft centre. Bickleigh Castle is also nearby. The Cathedral and University of Exeter is approximately eleven miles to the south, offering excellent shopping, cultural, educational and leisure facilities. The market town of Tiverton, some 3.5 miles to the north, has good shopping facilities, Petroc College (Mid-Devon campus) and Blundells School. There is a mainline railway station at Tiverton Parkway, next to junction 27 of the M5 motorway, both approximately 10 miles away. Exeter airport is some 13 miles away to the east of the city.

Description

A substantial detached farm house in .87 of an acre within a collection of barns and rolling countryside, just 10 miles north of Exeter. Currently arranged as a two bedroom property with three bedroom flat, offering great potential for a lucrative 'home and income' subject to the usual consents.

MAIN HOUSE

Accommodation comprising Obscure glazed and solid wood stable door to:

ENTRANCE PORCH Glazed on three sides with obscure glass and wood door to:

ENTRANCE HALL Staircase to 1st floor.

FAMILY ROOM14'3" x 12'11" (4.34m x 3.94m). A generous room with feature brick fireplace recess and wooden lintel. Double glazed window overlooking the garden.

DINING ROOM20'3" x 14'3" (6.17m x 4.34m). Double glaze window to garden. Large cast-iron burner with fireplace recess, brick hearth and wooden lintel. Radiator.

BOILER ROOM Double glaze window to side. Worcester boiler. Obscure glazed window for natural light to side aspect.

CLOAKROOM Low-level WC. Wash hand basin. Obscure glaze window. Radiator.

SITTING ROOM23' x 14'3" (7m x 4.34m). A large dual aspect room with double glaze windows to the side and rear, enjoying views of the countryside and of the garden. Fireplace on slate hearth with brick surround and wood mantle exposed timbers.

KITCHEN15'1" x 9'9" (4.6m x 2.97m). Extensive range of floor and wall mounted Oak fronted cupboards and drawer units with work surface over. Space for cooker. Double stainless steel drainer and sink unit. Quarry tile flooring. Exposed timbers. Radiator.

BREAKFAST ROOM15'1" x 10'10" (4.6m x 3.3m). Tiled floor. Double glaze patio doors to side garden. Radiator.

CLOAKROOM / UTILITY ROOM10'10" x 7'11" (3.3m x 2.41m). Tiled shower cubicle with curtain rail. Wash hand basin. Low-level WC. Cupboard and drawer units. Tiled floor. Radiator.

BOOT ROOM11'10" x 5'11" (3.6m x 1.8m). Double glaze door for access and windows to side. Stainless steel sink unit with space for washing machine below. Tiled floor.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING Window to side.

BEDROOM14'4" x 12'5" (4.37m x 3.78m). Large double bedroom with double glaze windows to side and rear. Storage cupboard. Access to loft space. Radiator.

BEDROOM15' x 14'4" (4.57m x 4.37m). A generous double bedroom with double glaze window overlooking the garden. Wash hand basin. Built-in cupboard with shelving.

BATHROOM Panelled bath. Low-level WC. Wash hand basin with cupboard beneath. Wall mounted mirror and lighting. Double glaze window for natural light. Airing cupboard with wooden slatted shelving. Radiator.

THE FLAT

Accommodation comprising Door to:

KITCHEN / LIVING ROOM23'11" x 11'6" (7.3m x 3.5m). A triple aspect free-flowing space with double glaze windows to front and sides, enjoying a pleasant outlook over the gardens and neighbouring farmland. There is a large sitting area with two radiators and dado rail and television point. The modern fitted kitchen area benefits from an extensive range of cupboard and drawer units, with work surface over and tiled splashback. Space for cooker and for fridge/freezer. Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Display shelving.

LANDING Large airing cupboard with wood/shelving and water tank. Access to loft space.

BEDROOM13'10" x 12'2" (4.22m x 3.7m). A large double bedroom with dual aspect. Radiator.

BEDROOM13'10" x 10'6" (4.22m x 3.2m). A double bedroom with double glaze window to rear, overlooking the garden. Wash hand basin with cupboard beneath and tiled splashback. Mirror fronted medicine cabinet. Radiator.

BEDROOM9'11" x 9'5" (3.02m x 2.87m). A double bedroom with double glaze window to side, overlooking the gardens. Radiator.

BATHROOM Panelled bath. Low-level WC. Wash hand basin. Tiling up to dado height. Radiator.

OUTSIDE Drive and parking for a number of vehicles approaches the property. On reaching the property, steps lead to a covered lean-to area which is convenient for storage. Pathway and steps lead to the front porch and on the opposite side a path to the flat. The mature gardens cover all sides and are mainly lawned with mature tree and shrub boarders. There are a number of pathways and seating areas. The entire gardens measure approximately .87 of an acre.

AGENTS NOTE The Vendor advises that that property is in the process of being registered at the Land Registry. Their solicitor has said that there is an unrestricted right of way at all times to access the property from the main road (A3072), at the present time the freehold owner of the track has a right to recoup a 25% contribution toward the cost of the maintenance, the vendor has documentation to show that any new owner of Broadley house should be in a very strong position to negotiate a reduced contribution (if/when asked to do so) on the grounds that other properties use the track for access. There is also the right to discharge treated effluent from the property's sewage treatment plant on to the adjoining land through the identified outflow pipes, and a right to enter the adjoining land (Giving the appropriate notice) to inspect, maintain, repair or replace the outflow pipes. There is a right to take a supply of water from the bore hole on the adjoining land through the installed water pipes (subject to assessed water charges). There is a right of access on to the adjoining land to carry out maintenance and repairs to the bore hole and pipes if the owner fails to carry out such work having been given the appropriate notice and time to do so.   A "cash Buyer" in a position to proceed, with no chain, would be preferred.

SERVICES Mains electric, private water supply from bore hole, private drainage (electrically operated sewage treatment plant, which has not been in service since July 2019) oil storage tank serving the central heating and hot water system, telephone points - the line is currently disconnected.

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