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Cheriton Fitzpaine, Cheriton Fitzpaine, Crediton, Devon, EX17
Guide price £495,000 | 4 bedrooms | 8.63 acres

Property features

• Period Farmhouse
• For Modernisation
• 4 Bedrooms
• Private Gardens
• 8.63 acres in all.
• Productive Pasture land
• Further Land Available

A period farmhouse with a range of farm buildings in the heart of the Mid Devon countryside. 4 bedroom house for modernisation. Enclosed gardens. Outbuildings. 8.63 acres in all. Further dwelling and land lots available.
Great Hayne Farmhouse lies in beautiful rolling Devonshire countryside between the popular villages of Cheriton Fitzpaine and Cadeleigh, each with busy and active communities.

Cheriton Fitzpaine has a 21st century primary school, two pubs, a post office with a shop, a village hall, church and a superb farm shop. Cadeleigh is a smaller village with a parish church, pub and village hall, standing above the Exe Valley, close to the picturesque bridge and weir on the River Exe at Bickleigh. The market towns of Tiverton and Crediton are 7 miles from the farm, both offering a range of amenities, including schools, banks, leisure centres, supermarkets, and shops. Blundell's independent school at Tiverton offers discounts to local pupils.

At Tiverton there is a dual carriageway (A361) to the M5 Motorway at Junction 27 near to which is Tiverton Parkway Railway Station with services London Paddington. The Cathedral City of Exeter is approximately 11 miles away, its airport boasting with national and international flights.

Great Hayne Farmhouse is a period property of cob and stone construction under a tiled roof, with a south-facing aspect and surrounded by attractive, level gardens. The accommodation comprises a Porch with a pitched roof and fully glazed door, leading to the front door which opens into the Entrance Hall. The Dining Room has a window overlooking the front garden and a feature fireplace with a wood-burning stove on a slate hearth. An archway leads through to the Kitchen, with a range of
base units and a vintage cream oil-fired Rayburn. From the Hall, there are doors through to a Sitting Room with feature stone fireplace and a Study. The rear door opens into a useful Store Room with a stable door to the outside.

From the hall, stairs lead to the first floor with three Double Bedrooms and a Single Bedroom. The large Bathroom has a W.C., wash basin and bath with an electric shower over.

From the road, double gates open onto the driveway, leading to a parking and turning area. There are gardens to the front and rear of the house, both of which are private end enclosed with tall hedgerows. To the front of the house is a large level lawn, with the former orchard to one side.

Near to the entrance is a Garage, of timber construction and with space for two cars. The two sections measure 5.62m x 3.21m and 5.53m x 3.19m. In addition, on the south-western boundary is a Cob / Brick Storage Building (8.70m x 3.14m) and an attached Former Pig House (4.68m x 2.57m).

The Outbuildings
To the rear of the house is a former Grain Store (18.91m x 10.70m) including a lean-to. This building is timber framed
with a concrete floor.

Positioned around an open yard are:

Fodder / Machinery Store (22.32m x 7.39m). Open fronted with timber frame, earth floor and enclosed with GI sheeting. Additional lower bay (9.04m x 7.33m).

Sheep Building (18.47m x 18.07m). Timber frame, part concrete floor. Open to one side.

Attached Cubicle House (19.85m x 6.14m). Block / stone construction with concrete floor. Cubicles for 45. Plus Lean-to (9.96m x 1.69m) and Through Passage (9.37m x 2.81m).

Nissen Hut (11.87m x 5.02m).

The Land
The land within Lot 1 includes a paddock to the west of the farm buildings, together with a very gently sloping pasture field to the north of the house.

General Remarks

Lot 1: Mains water, mains electricity and private drainage (septic tank). Night storage heaters.

Great Hayne Farm is owned freehold with vacant possession available upon completion.

Local Authority
Mid Devon District Council, Phoenix House, Phoenix Lane, Tiverton, EX16 6PP. Tel: 01884 255255

Basic Payment Scheme
Entitlements will be made available to the purchaser(s) by separate negotiation. The current scheme years payment is reserved from the sale. The purchaser(s) will take over the vendors cross compliance responsibilities.

Sporting and Mineral Rights
The sporting and mineral rights insofar as they are owned are included with the freehold.

Fixtures and Fitting
All fixtures and fittings, unless specifically referred to within these particulars, are expressly excluded from the sale of the freehold.

Wayleaves, Rights of Way etc
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any wayleave agreements and any public or private rights of way or bridleways etc.

Plans and Boundary Fences
A plan, which is not to scale and is not to be relied upon, is attached to these particulars. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to its accuracy.

Strictly by prior appointment via Stags. Please call 01392 680059 or 01884 235705 to arrange an appointment.

From Tiverton take the A396 south towards Exeter and at Bickleigh, turn right towards Crediton. At the humpback bridge, turn immediately right towards Cadeleigh. Proceed into and through the village of Cadeleigh and after approximately 1 mile at Post Box Cross, turn left signposted Upham & Cheriton Fitzpaine. Continue for a short distance, turning left again to Brindiwell at Brindiwell Cross. Proceed along this road for exactly 0.8 of a mile where the entrance to the farmhouse will be found on the right hand side.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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