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Brendon, Lynton
Guide price £699,950 | 4 bedrooms | 0.74 acres

Property features

• Detached Period Farmhouse
• Tastefully Modernised
• 4 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
• 2 Reception Rooms
• Farmhouse Kitchen
• Village Location
• Range of Stone Outbuildings
• Scope to create further accommodation STPP
• Garden and Paddock
• 0.74 of an acre

Brendon is near the Northern coast of Exmoor National Park in the valley which shares its name, well known to readers of Lorna Doone as the picturesque setting for R.D.Blackmore's classic adventure. Also nearby are, Oare Church, Malmsmead and Robbers Bridge which feature primarily throughout the book. Stag Hunters Inn is within a short level walk. The twin villages of Lynton and Lynmouth are about 4 miles and, as well as their scenic cliffs and historic harbour, they offer a good range of shops, pubs, restaurants, primary school, library and even cinema. Exmoor National Park offers over 260 square miles of dramatic scenery including some of Britons highest cliffs, steep wooded valleys, rolling pasture and mile after mile of open moorland, a haven for a wide range of wildlife including deer, Exmoor ponies, buzzards and other birds of prey. Exmoor's reputation of one of the finest areas of England for those interested in walking and riding is richly deserved. We understand that Tescos, Sainsbury's and ASDA all deliver. It is about a 50 minute drive to Taunton where trains to London take 1 hour 50 minutes. The Regional centre of Barnstaple is about 45 minutes by car and Combe Martin the surfing beaches of Woolacombe, Saunton and Croyde all within the hour.

A detached character former farmhouse, understood to originally date from around 1900, which presents elevations of painted render and stone, with double glazed windows, beneath a slate roof. The property offers bright, spacious and well presented accommodation over two storeys, which includes, on the Ground Floor; Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Dining/Family Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Studio/ Boot Room, Shower Room/WC. First Floor; Landing, 4 Bedrooms [1 with en suite cloakroom], Family Bathroom. The property benefits from oil fired central heating.

Externally, there is ample off road parking, secluded south facing gardens, a paddock and excellent range of period buildings suitable for use as garaging/workshops, or potentially for other commercial use or conversion to ancillary/holiday let accommodation, subject to planning permission.

ENTRANCE PORCH leading to HALLWAY stairs off to first floor landing (described later), storage cupboard under stairs, fitted carpet. KITCHEN matching wall and base shaker style units with integrated appliances including fridge, dishwasher, Neff double oven and grill with warming draw below, Neff induction hob, Hotpoint extractor over, twin butler sinks with mixer tap, dual aspect room with windows to front and side, stable style door to driveway, wood effect flooring. DINING ROOM/FAMILY ROOM another dual aspect room with windows to front and rear, quarry tiled flooring, brick fireplace with Woodwarm log burner on slate hearth, door leading back to hallway. SITTING ROOM dual aspect room with windows to front and rear, open fireplace, fitted carpet. STUDIO/BOOT ROOM door to rear garden, wood effect flooring. UTILITY ROOM space for white goods, window to side, stainless steel sink and drainer, sky light, tile effect flooring, door leading to SHOWER ROOM a white suite comprising pedestal wash basin with mixer tap, WC, curved shower, sky light and door to garden.

Stairs and LANDING carpeted, window to front, loft hatch. BEDROOM 1 dual aspect, fitted carpet, ornamental fireplace. BEDROOM 2 built in wardrobe, fitted carpet, window to front over looking the East Lyn river. BEDROOM 3 another dual aspect room with fitted carpet and ornamental fireplace. BEDROOM 4 windows to side and rear, wood effect flooring. EN-SUITE WC. BATHROOM with window to rear, five piece suite with vanity basin with mixer tap, shower, panel bath with central taps, WC, be-det, two heated towel rails, vinyl flooring.

The front garden is surrounded by a stone wall with gated access leading to pathway to front door, oil fired boiler to the rear of the property. Gravelled driveway, range of STONE OUTBUILDINGS which have been updated by the current owners and may have potential to create further accommodation subject to obtaining the necessary planning permissions, alternative uses such as home office, gym, studio all with power and light. Access into garden and adjoining paddock, further GARDEN ROOM over looking the enclosed rear garden. DOUBLE GARAGE/WORKSHOP and LOG STORE. At the rear of the property is a south facing garden with upper lawn and productive vegetable garden, private sun terrace with high level stone walls, outside lighting and water. Paved pathway with gravelled edging additional side access.

From Lynmouth take the A39 eastward up Countisbury Hill towards Minehead, after passing the Blue Ball Inn take the right turn sign posted Brendon. Descend into the village, cross the stone bridge and bear left. The property can found opposite the cross roads.

Mains electricity and water are connected. Drainage is to a private septic tank, situated in a neighbour's garden across the lane.

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