A well appointed barn conversion with a detached home office and car port. A well appointed stone barn conversion, large sitting room, dining room/garden room, kitchen, three bedrooms, car port with home office/bedroom 4, delightfully landscaped gardens with summerhouse and pond. EPC Band D
Bittons Barn occupies a choice position in the countryside yet just half a mile drive, or walk, through the lanes to the village centre of Ipplepen.
Ipplepen is a desirable South Devon village with an active local community. There is a well regarded primary school, post office, village shop, health centre, two churches, village hall, public house and recreational/sporting fields. There is also a 'Community Hub' consisting of a cafe and library run by volunteers and a golf course at nearby Dainton.
The market town of Newton Abbot and historic town of Totnes are both within 5 miles and provide a wider range of shops and amenities including secondary schools and mainline railway stations. Dartmoor is approximately 10 miles away, as is the Devon coast of Torbay. The South Hams, with its attractive coast and villages is within easy reach. DESCRIPTION
Bittons Barn was converted between 1996 and 1998 to a good standard which makes most of the barns openings affording much light to flood into the property. The house has been a very happy home for many years and offers opportunity for the next vendors to enjoy the property also. ACCOMMODATION
The property is approached over a paved entrance drive which allows ample parking and turning areas, flanked by flower bed borders. A timber and glazed front door to entrance hall with tiled floor, WC and understairs cupboard off and stairs rising to the first floor.
Sitting room with reclaimed pine floor, stone fireplace with woodburning stove and slate hearth. Exposed ceiling timbers and French doors with steps down to the garden room/dining room with further doors leading to the rear terrace. This is a very bright and spacious room linking in the kitchen and sitting room to the garden.
Kitchen with a range of fully fitted units with two fan assisted electric single Neff ovens and 4-ring gas hob and extractor over, built in fridge, Miele dishwasher and part glazed door through to utility room with range of units and space for a freezer and plumbing and space for washing machine and/or tumble dryer. Gas fired boiler.
Timber stairs rise to the galleried first floor landing with views over the entrance hall. Airing cupboard with hot water tank off the landing. Master bedroom with glorious rural views over the surrounding countryside, fitted item of furniture over the bed providing storage and hanging space. Ensuite shower room. Velux roof light. Family bathroom with air bath and shower over.. Bedroom 2 with dual aspect windows, fitted wardrobe. Bedroom 3 with views towards the front garden, fitted wardrobe. GARDENS AND GROUNDS
The site extends to around a fifth of an acre and has been planted to provide interest all year. To the rear of the property and accessed via a path around the side or from the garden room is a level area of lawn with stone wall surround and sunken patio. Pretty clematis growing over the wall. Garden shed and wood store.
The main area of garden is situated at the front of the property and accessed via paths from the driveway to a further area of lawn leading up to a decked area with a summerhouse. The perfect area to enjoy the sun set and from which to appreciate the lower area of garden which has a further decked area and pond. Glass house, further storage shed and raised vegetable and fruit garden. CAR PORT AND HOME OFFICE/BEDROOM 4
There is a beautifully built timber framed double car port over which and accessed via a staircase to the side is a home office or occasional bedroom 4 with view over the surrounding countryside. Fitted desk and shelving units. Door to shower room with WC. SERVICES
Mains electricity and gas, private metered mains water via a neighbouring property, private septic tank. In the house there is gas central heating and the office has a night storage heater. LOCAL AUTHORITY
Teignbridge District Council, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 4XX. Tel: 01626 361101. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. VIEWING
Strictly by prior appointment with Stags Totnes property office on 01803 865454 DIRECTIONS
Proceed into Ipplepen and, if coming from the Newton Abbot direction, proceed down East Street into the centre of the village and turn right opposite the Post Office into North Street, signed Denbury and Woodland Continue for approximately ¼ mile and turn left into Beech Trees Lane. Continue on this road for approximately ¼ mile and Bittons Barn will be seen on the right hand side.