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Shebbear
Guide price £825,000 | 3 bedrooms | 4.4 acres

Property features

• Newly Converted Detached Barn
• Rural Picturesque Location
• 4.4 Acres Gardens and Paddock
• Three Bedrooms (all en-suite)
• Stunning countryside views
• Air Source Heat Pump & Underfloor Heating Throughout
• Scope To Extend
• Ideal for Equestrian/ Smallholding

SITUATION AND AMENITIES
In terms of the location, Field House enjoys the best of all worlds being tucked away in a quiet, rural location surrounded by it's own land, but only just over a mile away from Shebbear village. Shebbear is a community spirited village offering a range of amenities such as a primary school, the private school 'Shebbear College', places of worship, village hall, mobile Post Office and local Inn. A regular bus service currently runs twice daily to Barnstaple, Bideford and Holsworthy towns. Shebbear is an extremely historic village with a 14th Century church with Saxon origins dating back to 1338, if you would like to know more about this delightful village the 2000 Millennium Book recalls the village's history.
The nearby port and market town of Bideford sits on the banks of the River Torridge and offers a wide range of amenities including various shops, butchers, bakeries, pubs, restaurants and cafes. There is also places of worship, schooling for all ages (public and private), 5 supermarkets and access to the Tarka Trail for superb walks and cycle rides. The regional centre of Barnstaple has a number of shopping and commercial venues, transport links including train station and via the A361 link, connects to the motorway (Junction 27) M5.

DESCRIPTION
We are delighted to offer for sale, this recently completed, modern barn conversion with breath-taking views of countryside and rolling farmland. This contemporary home offers a potential buyer the opportunity to purchase their own rural "Grand Design" style property. The property has been finished to a high standard throughout, combining modern, state of the art refinements including underfloor heating and an air source heat pump, combined with character features including log burner, bespoke shaker style kitchen and parquet flooring, to name only a few items. Internally, the accommodation is currently arranged all on one level, but could be extended further, subject to planning consents. Externally, this former agricultural barn has a stunning new faade comprising of cedar timber cladding and steel roof.

Field House is set within 4.4 acres consisting of wrap-around garden with sunny patio area and a paddock, ideal for those seeking an equestrian property, small holding or just a private area to simply enjoy exercising the dogs.

The property itself enjoys a spacious entrance hall with cloaks space, leading through to the main hall which provides access to bedrooms, WC, storage cupboard and living room. The light and airy, open plan kitchen/ dining area has large patio doors and further windows with far reaching views over the paddock and countryside beyond. Behind, the utility room is an extension of the kitchen with further storage, space for white goods and stable door to the side garden. The large, dual aspect living room has parquet flooring, log burner and triple patio doors enjoying the fabulous views. All three, spacious bedrooms have en-suites and two of the bedrooms have a dressing area.

If required, subject to the necessary consents, the attic space is generous in size and lends itself to conversion into a home/office, bedroom suite, gym etc.

OUTSIDE
Field House is approached by a five bar gate and private driveway onto an extensive parking area for multiple vehicles. The landscaped garden and paddock wrap around the property providing plenty of privacy. A raised patio area has been designed to look across the grounds and enjoy the far reaching countryside views, perfect for alfresco dining and entertaining. The garden/paddock is gently sloping and laid to pasture.

SPECIAL NOTE
In November 2020, Torridge District Council (TDC) granted planning approval for the erection of garage with car port. Copies of the paperwork are either available from the agents or from the Torridge District Council website using REF: 1/0549/2020/FUL.

SERVICES
Mains water and electric. Private drainage. Air Source heat pump.

DIRECTIONS
From the the village centre turn right at the T-Junction following signs for Thornbury & Newton St Petrock. Stay on this road for approximately a mile until you reach the hamlet of Caute. Take a right hand turn where the entrance to the property can be found on the right hand side.
 

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