A spacious house with annexe set on the edge of a popular village. Hall, cloakroom, utility, kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room, garden room, 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Double garage, gardens, stabling and paddock. Fine views. Total about 0.46 acres. EPC Band D
Holdridge Pastures is set in a superb, south-facing position on the edge of the popular village of North Molton, which sits on the south western foothills of the Exmoor National Park and only a short distance from the A361 North Devon Link Road. The village has a thriving community and offers an excellent range of amenities including an excellent shop and post office, good primary school, village hall, garage, sports club and public house.
The local market town of South Molton is about three miles and provides an excellent range of further amenities including schooling to secondary level, banking facilities and Sainsbury's supermarket. The A361 provides an excellent road link to the regional centre of Barnstaple to the west and to Tiverton and the M5 (Junction 27) to the east where there is a railway station at Tiverton Parkway on the London Paddington line.
Exmoor National Park, renowned for its spectacular scenery and excellent opportunities for walking, riding and fishing, is about a mile away from the property and the impressive North Devon coastline with is steep cliffs and wide sandy beaches is also within easy reach by car.DESCRIPTION
Holdridge Pastures comes to the market for the first time since being built in the early 1990s. The extensive accommodation is arranged over three floors with the lower ground floor set up as an independent annexe, useful for a dependent relative. The house is well-presented throughout but does offer scope for some updating.ACCOMMODATION
Front door into open porch with door to HALL with stairs to lower ground and first floor. Doors lead off to a CLOAKROOM with WC and hand basin, UTILITY/BOOT ROOM with stainless steel sink unit, airing cupboard, boiler, space and plumbing for washing machine, broom cupboard, door to outside and door to double garage. The KITCHEN/DINING ROOM has a fine double aspect outlook and is fitted with a range of matching wall and floor units, 11/2 bowl sink unit with mixer tap, space for dishwasher, Rayburn range with extractor over and ceramic hob, fitted electric oven. A wide arch leads through to the dining area with fine views over the garden. The SITTING ROOM large room with stone fireplace with slate hearth (currently fitted with LPG fire) and sliding glazed doors leads into the GARDEN ROOM with a superb outlook over the gardens and door to patio. Also on the ground floor is BEDROOM THREE, a double room with a vanity wash basin and an outlook over the garden. Door to EN-SUITE BATHROOM with panelled bath with shower over, vanity wash basin, WC, bidet and door to hall. BEDROOM FOUR/STUDY with window to the front.
On the FIRST FLOOR, the landing has doors to a useful, shelved LINEN ROOM and to under-eaves storage. BEDROOM ONE is a double room with an additional dressing area with under eaves storage. BEDROOM TWO is also a double room with vanity wash basin, two under eaves storage cupboards and built in wardrobe. The SHOWER ROOM is fitted with a shower cubicle, pedestal wash basiin, WC and heated towel radiator.ANNEXE
From the entrance hall stairs lead down to a door into a lower ENTRANCE LOBBY with door to outside, door to SHOWER ROOM with shower cubicle, WC and wash basin. The BEDROOM/LIVING ROOM is a large room with kitchenette units incorporating stainless steel sink, built in microwave, ceramic hob and space for small fridge. Glazed, sliding patio doors leads to the outside.OUTSIDE
A gated entrance leads to a parking and turning area to the front and to the DOUBLE GARAGE with powered up and over door. A path leads around the rear of the garage and down to the annexe entrance.
To the rear is a paved patio at ground floor level leading out into areas of lawn divided by mature hedges and shrubs, some mature trees and a fine outlook across the valley. To the rear of the annexe at lower ground floor level is a paved and gravelled area with greenhouse.
Below the gardens is a small PADDOCK with separate access and useful timber-framed outbuildings including STABLE (13'6" x 12'4") and TACK ROOM (12'3" x 6'), BARN (23'10" x 11'10") and open fronted HAY BARN (14'10" x 12').
In total the property extends to just under HALF AN ACRE.VIEWING
Strictly by confirmed prior appointment please through the sole selling agents, Stags on 01769 572263.DIRECTIONS
From the North Devon Link Road (A361) on the outskirts of South Molton take the North Molton turning. Follow this road for approximately three miles through the centre of the village, passing the Poltimore Inn on the right. Continue down Lower East Street and Holdridge Pastures will be seen on the right, immediately after the turning for Broad Close.SERVICES
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating via radiators. Supplementary solar thermal hot water system.