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Lower Hele, Bradworthy, Holsworthy
Guide price £650,000 | 2 bedrooms | 2.8 acres

Property features

• Two bedroom barn conversion
• One bedroom bungalow
• Private & secluded location
• 2.8 Acres of gardens, paddock & fishing Lake
• Stables and multiple outbuildings
• Income potential
• Ideal for dual occupation

The Granary and 'Honeycomb Barn' are nestled in some of North Devon's most attractive and un-spoilt countryside, located 3 miles away from the traditional Devonshire village of Bradworthy and 4 miles from the village of popular village Woolsery (Woolfardisworthy) with an excellent range of amenities including primary school, local shop/Post Office, garage, church, sports and community hall, pub and restaurant and fish and chip shop. In 2015, the village became famous worldwide after a Californian based Internet entrepreneur with family links to the village purchased the derelict village pub and manor house, which they are currently in the process of renovating. Once complete will become a boutique hotel and gastro pub. Bradworthy has a fantastic variety of shops surrounding a large village square including Post Office, traditional ironmonger, butchers, general store and car garage. The property is also located close to Atlantic Academy school, award winning thatched public house & luxury hotel 'The Hoops Inn' and the rugged North Devon coastline at the historic village of Bucks Mills, where there is a pebbled beach and access to the South West Coast Path which offers superb walks with stunning vistas.

The port and market town of Bideford sits on the banks of the River Torridge and offers a wide range of amenities including various shops, banks, butchers, bakeries, pubs, restaurants, cafes, places of worship, schooling for all ages (public and private) and five supermarkets. There is also access to the Tarka Trail, which affords superb walks or cycle rides that extend beyond Torrington and Barnstaple. Barnstaple town is approximately 20 miles away and offers all the areas main businesses, shopping and commercial venues. There is also good transport opportunities via the A361 link road which connects the motorway network at Junction 27 at the M5 or via rail and the Tarka Line.

This a rare opportunity to acquire a duo of character detached properties set in a rural location with private enclosed land and gardens surrounded by rolling farmland and woodland. This is the first time The Granary has been on the market in this connotation as the current owners bought the dilapidated grain barn over 20 years ago as a much loved project from the neighbouring farm. In their tenure, they have transformed the barn into a delightful cosy home, landscaped the gardens and recently created 'Honeycomb Barn' from the cattle barn into ancillary accommodation for family members.
The property is located along a quiet lane away from main roads, with an initially shared driveway with few near neighbours. From the gated private entrance, the driveway passes the front of The Granary and 'Honeycomb Barn' to meet the entrance to the gardens, grounds and parking area.

The land in total amounts to approximately 2.8 acres including the lake and several outbuildings comprising summerhouse, workshops, studio/games room, garaging and dilapidated stables, once updated would be ideal for equestrian buyers. There are beautiful formal gardens and a stunning lake complete with a fishing lake house and central island accessed by a wooden bridge.
The Granary and 'Honeycomb Barn' would be ideal for buyers looking for a rural escape, either seeking a property with annexe potential to accommodate two families/dependent relative or land for horses or a smallholding.

A detached stone, period barn conversion with a slate tiled roof and delightful views towards the gardens and countryside beyond. There is a large conservatory that leads into a cosy sitting room with a gas feature fire with steps up into the kitchen and step down to the formal front entrance porch with UPVC door. The kitchen/breakfast room has stairs rising to the first floor and a door into the second bedroom/dining room with a door out to the lane.
On the first floor, there is a double bedroom with built-in wardrobes, en-suite bathroom, airing cupboard and access to the original external staircase.

Converted in 2014, this single storey residence now offers comfortable independent space for family as ancillary accommodation to the main house. Most rooms are all on one level and comprise hallway, open plan living/dining/kitchen, double bedroom with a built in wardrobe, bathroom, storage cupboards and steps down to the garden room. The garden looks out onto a shaded courtyard ideal for pot plants.

Mains water and electricity. Private drainage.

On entering Woolsery village, at the T-junction, turn left opposite the school heading out of the village passing the village hall on your right. At the next junction, carry on down the hill to the right and after approx. 1 mile turn right signposted 'Hole'. Continue for approx. 1 mile passing over a humpback bridge and following the country lane. After a short distance the driveway can be found on the left hand side. Proceed down the driveway where the property is situated at the end of the road on the right hand side.

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