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Highampton, Beaworthy
Guide price £425,000 | 5 bedrooms

Property features

• Sitting Room
• Dining Room
• Sun Room
• Kitchen
• 5 Bedrooms
• Bathroom and Cloakroom
• Former Shop
• Double Garage And Parking
• Gardens
• No Ongoing Chain

Jubilee House is situated in the attractive village of Highampton, the village offers a public house, church, primary school and village hall. The adjoining village of Sheepwash offers a further range of local amenities including The Half Moon Inn with its associated links to fishing on the River Torridge. A more comprehensive range of amenities can be found at Okehampton with an excellent range of shops, educational, recreational and leisure facilities. From Okehampton there is direct access via the A30 dual carriageway to the cathedral and university city of Exeter some 23 miles further on, with its M5 motorway, mainline rail and international air connections. Okehampton also enjoys access to the Dartmoor National Park with its hundreds of square miles of superb unspoilt scenery. From the property there is comparatively easy access to the north coasts of Cornwall, offering attractive beaches and delightful coastal scenery.

Jubilee House is a c1935 built detached home located within the heart of the popular rural village of Highampton. The property is oil fired centrally heated and double glazed and offers deceptively spacious family accommodation throughout.,
On the ground floor there is a well fitted kitchen, utility and cloakroom. Whilst further benefits include two reception rooms, a sun room and five bedrooms and a bathroom to the first floor. The property has been in the same family ownership for nearly 40 years and the adjoining shop was formerly the village Post Office and Stores. This flexible space offers potential for additional accommodation, office or retail use, subject to any consents. Outside are generous gardens both adjoining the house and below the double garage and parking area.

A storm porch leads to the Entrance Porch: which is part glazed with front entrance door to. Entrance hall: Pattern tiled floor, stairs to first floor landing. Radiator. Doors to. Sitting Room: window to front aspect, TV point, radiator and door to Dining Room: two windows to rear aspect, recessed brick fireplace, connecting door to entrance hall, radiator. Open plan Kitchen: A light dual aspect room with range of modern matching units comprising base cupboards, drawers and eye level units. Roll edge work top surface with tiled surrounds and inset sink unit. Integral fridge, oven , hob and extractor unit over. Space and plumbing for dishwasher. Oil fired boiler providing hot water and central heating. Door to Sun Room: an attractive addition with glazed window surrounds and doors to drive and garden. Utility Room: fitted worktop with space and plumbing under for appliances. Door to Cloakroom: comprising Wc, wash basin and obscure glazed window to side. Former Shop: This area was formerly used as the village store and has potential for additional accommodation, office or retail use, subject to any consents. There is a large window display and independent access to the front of the building. First Floor Landing: A dual aspect open space with access to loft space and doors to: Bedroom1 : A dual aspect room with radiator and picture rail. Bedroom 2: A further dual aspect room with radiator and picture rail. Bedroom 3: window to front aspect, picture rail, radiator. Bedroom 4: Rear aspect window, TV and telephone point. Bedroom 5: Side aspect window, velux window and radiator. Bathroom: modern white suite comprising panelled bath with tiled surrounds WC, pedestal wash basin, tiled shower cubicle. Velux window, opaque window to side, radiator.

In front of the property, a private drive opens to an ample area of parking and turning, which leads to the Double Garage: with up and over door. Pedestrian door and window to side .The main garden extends around the property and is primarily laid to lawn interspersed with flower beds, borders, shrubs, trees and bushes. Pergola seating area. At the end of the driveway there is a further generous area of garden which is lawned and was formerly used as a vegetable garden. Adjacent to the drive is a former garage used as a Workshop/Store: 2.3m x 6.2m.

Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.

From Okehampton proceed in a Northerly direction and at Elmead Cross turn right onto the A386. Stay on this road for approximately 6 miles before reaching the roundabout on the edge of Hatherleigh. Turn left at the roundabout signposted to Highampton and stay on this road for approximately 4 miles. As you enter Highampton, Jubilee House will be found upon your left hand side just past the Golden Inn (identified by a Stags for sale board).

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