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Spreyton, Crediton, Devon, EX17
Guide price £850,000 | 6 bedrooms | 36.07 acres

Property features

• Principal home of sitting room, kitchen / dining room, utility, 4 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms (2 e/s)
• Additional property of 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, sitting room & kitchen
• Excellent range of agricultural buildings
• 36 Acres
• Views of both Exmoor & Dartmoor

A well equipped smallholding (AOC) in rural West Devon with 4-bed bungalow and attached 2-bed bungalow. Principal home of sitting room, kitchen / dining room, utility, 4 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms (2 e/s). Additional property of 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, sitting room & kitchen. Excellent range of agricultural buildings. Far reaching views. EPC Bands B & D.
Newlands Farm is situated in a lovely rural spot, close to the popular village of Spreyton. This has a thriving community with a well-regarded primary school (Ofsted - Good), village shop, village hall, sports field, parish church and an award winning pub, The Tom Cobley. The property is only 5 miles from the A30 dual carriageway leading west towards Okehampton and Cornwall and east to the university and cathedral city of Exeter and beyond to the M5 motorway.
In Exeter there is a wide range of facilities befitting a centre of its importance including excellent dining, shopping, theatre, educational and cultural amenities. Exeter also has mainline railway stations on the Waterloo and Paddington lines and international airport with daily flights to London.
The towns of Okehampton and Crediton (both approximately 11 miles) have an excellent range of day-to-day facilities.

Newlands Farm is a substantial single storey property. It offers flexible and adaptable accommodation over over 3,000sq ft, split into two distinct homes, ideal for dual family occupancy.

The principal property is accessed via a front door into porch. There is a large open-plan sitting / dining / kitchen. The kitchen is fully fitted with a wide range of units with integral appliances and granite worktops. The dining room has oak flooring with steps down to a lovely sitting room with doors to the patio and multi-fuel burning stove. On the north eastern side of the property are two bedrooms and shower room. All the areas mentioned so far have under floor heating. Off the rear hallway is a utility room and family bathroom with two further double bedrooms, the master having an en suite shower room.

This is fully self-contained with entrance hall, kitchen, sitting room with oak flooring and multi-fuel burning stove plus French doors to garden, two double bedrooms, bathroom and en suite shower room. This property is producing rental income, further information from the agents.

The property is approached from the lane via a driveway leading to a large parking and turning area. To the right of the drive is a lawned area with well-established vegetable and fruit garden. To the south west of the property is a large raised patio taking full advantage of the views and a lawned area of garden.
The land is split into seven paddocks and fields which are largely level and in part gently sloping. Overall the property amounts to 36 acres.

THE OUTBUILDINGS 41' x 12' (12.50m x 3.66m)
There are three agricultural barns around a concrete yard. The first barn (72' x 47' / 21.95m x 14.33m) is of timber and concrete block with space boarding and corrugated roof. The modern cattle shed (75' x 45' / 22.86m x 13.72m) is of block and steel with cement fibre roof, space boarding and feed barriers. The third barn (60' x 51' / 18.29m x 15.54m) is of block and wood with cladding, space boarding, feed barriers and trough. There is a Gale timber framed shed (41' x 12' / 12.50m x 3.66m) with concrete base.

BPS entitlements will be made available with further information available from the agents.

Mains water. Mains electricity. Private drainage. Oil-fired central heating. There are 2 solar panels on the dwellings plus 16 on one of the barns which produces 4kW of electricity. Installed in April 2014, there is currently 7 years left on the guarantee. These produce an income of approximately £1,000pa.

On leaving Exeter proceed west on the A30 towards Okehampton exiting at the Whiddon Down junction. Proceed past the services station on the right and take the next turn signposted Spreyton. Go back over the A30 and take the next right signposted Spreyton and continue on to the village. Once at the village, do not turn off left or right, and proceed straight on for approximately 1.5 miles. At Coxmoor Cross turn left signposted Coxmoor and Newlands Farm can be found on the right after approximately 600 yards. DO NOT USE SAT NAV.

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