4 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Fenacre Farm, Burlescombe, Tiverton, Devon, EX16

4 Bedroom Detached House - £625,000

Fenacre Farm, Burlescombe, Tiverton, Devon, EX16

First listed on: 17th September 2020

Nearest stations: Tiverton Parkway (2.7 mi)Imperial Wharf (8.7 mi)

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Property Features

  • Detached Property
  • 10 Acres
  • Property Requiring Completion
  • Close to the Grand Western Canal

Property Description

A traditional and historic farmstead set within its surrounding farmland with a substantially renovated character farmhouse which now requires completion.

For sale by Informal Tender
Tenders close Wednesday 7th October 2020 at 12 noon

It is believed that Fenacre Farm was a Doomsday Manor, possibly linked at one time to the nearby Augustin Nunnery at Canonsleigh Farm. The present farmhouse is believed to date from about 1800 and has more recently been the subject of enlargement and substantial refurbishment. Completion is however, now required but the present property provides the basis to create an exceptionally attractive and individual family home. The farmhouse occupies a secluded position within its land, complimented by a range of traditional buildings; some of which predate that of the existing dwelling and are Grade II listed. The surrounding land is level, fertile and provides productive grazing as well as a former orchard. The property adjoins the Grand Western Canal and is bisected by an attractive brook. In total, the property extends to about 4.05 ha’s (10 acres).

THE HOUSE
Believed to be constructed predominantly of stone elevations; externally rendered beneath a slate roof, the farmhouse has been the subject of enlargement and refurbishment. The accommodation is both spacious and characterful, providing the basis of a sound family home which now requires completion. The accommodation is arranged over two floors and benefits from timber double glazed casements and oil fired central heating. It is arranged as follows:-

The Ground Floor:
Entrance Porch with half glazed door to Entrance Hall with stairs to first floor.
Drawing Room a light and spacious room enjoying a dual aspect with French doors to the rear. Original fireplace recess and exposed beam.
Sitting Room with deep fireplace recess with exposed beam and provision for wood burning stove. Exposed ceiling beams. Window seat and door to:
Office with rear aspect.
Kitchen requiring fitment, with original arched fireplace with exposed beam. Open plan to adjoining Dining area with French doors to rear.
Utility Room with door to side. Shower Room with close coupled WC, pedestal wash basin and shower cubicle. Heated towel rail. Adjoining Boiler Room with Grant oil-fired central heating boiler.

The First Floor:
Split level landing providing access to:
Master Bedroom with exposed roof timbers and En-Suite Shower Room with WC, shower cubicle and pedestal wash basin. Heated towel rail and part tiled walls.
Main Landing with exposed roof timbers.
Bedroom 2 with exposed roof timbers.
Bedroom 3 with exposed roof timbers and En-Suite Shower Room with WC, shower cubicle and pedestal wash basin. Part tiled walls. Heated towel rail.
Bedroom 4 with exposed roof timbers.
Family Bathroom with close coupled WC, pedestal wash basin and panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment. Part tiled walls. Heated towel rail.

THE LAND
The surrounding land comprises of either level or gently undulating productive pasture, bisected by an attractive brook together with an adjoining orchard. Although the land has not been managed for some time, it is inherently fertile and is suited to a variety of cropping or stocking. In total, the property extends to about 4.05 ha’s (10 acres), as edged and hatched red on the identification plan.

TENURE & POSSESSION
The property is of freehold tenure and with vacant possession available upon completion.

OUTGOINGS
These are believed to comprise of local council tax (to be assessed), together with the usual service and environmental charges.

SERVICES
Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Drainage to new private system (requires completion).

LOCAL AUTHORITIES
Mid Devon District Council, Phoenix House, Phoenix Lane, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 6PP. Tel (01884 255255).

BUILDING REGULATION APPROVAL
The building works undertaken to date have not been signed off by Building Control and require completion.

VIEWING
Viewing is strictly by prior confirmed appointment via the sole agents, Greenslade Taylor Hunt.   

5 Fore Street, Tiverton, Devon EX16 6LN
Telephone: 01884 243000
E-mail: residential.tiverton@gth.net

The property is situated close to the landscaped north-eastern bund of Westleigh Quarry. It is approached from the council road over a private hardened entrance drive which leads to the farmhouse and buildings. Westleigh is the closest settlement, lying about 1 mile to the south with its primary school, public house and garage. Wellington affords a good level of commercial, educational and recreational facilities, whilst to the south and approached via the A38 is the M5 (J27) and with mainline rail connections available adjacent to this junction at Tiverton Parkway.

The property occupies an attractive and accessible rural location. It adjoins the restored Grand Western Canal with the former towpath providing easy walking and cycling southwards to the attractive village of Sampford Peverell and beyond, Tiverton. A public footpath crosses the property and provides access to the nearby favoured village of Holcombe Rogus.

A traditional and historic farmstead set within its surrounding farmland with a substantially renovated character farmhouse which now requires completion.

For sale by Informal Tender
Tenders close Wednesday 7th October 2020 at 12 noon

It is believed that Fenacre Farm was a Doomsday Manor, possibly linked at one time to the nearby Augustin Nunnery at Canonsleigh Farm. The present farmhouse is believed to date from about 1800 and has more recently been the subject of enlargement and substantial refurbishment. Completion is however, now required but the present property provides the basis to create an exceptionally attractive and individual family home. The farmhouse occupies a secluded position within its land, complimented by a range of traditional buildings; some of which predate that of the existing dwelling and are Grade II listed. The surrounding land is level, fertile and provides productive grazing as well as a former orchard. The property adjoins the Grand Western Canal and is bisected by an attractive brook. In total, the property extends to about 4.05 ha’s (10 acres).

THE HOUSE
Believed to be constructed predominantly of stone elevations; externally rendered beneath a slate roof, the farmhouse has been the subject of enlargement and refurbishment. The accommodation is both spacious and characterful, providing the basis of a sound family home which now requires completion. The accommodation is arranged over two floors and benefits from timber double glazed casements and oil fired central heating. It is arranged as follows:-

The Ground Floor:
Entrance Porch with half glazed door to Entrance Hall with stairs to first floor.
Drawing Room a light and spacious room enjoying a dual aspect with French doors to the rear. Original fireplace recess and exposed beam.
Sitting Room with deep fireplace recess with exposed beam and provision for wood burning stove. Exposed ceiling beams. Window seat and door to:
Office with rear aspect.
Kitchen requiring fitment, with original arched fireplace with exposed beam. Open plan to adjoining Dining area with French doors to rear.
Utility Room with door to side. Shower Room with close coupled WC, pedestal wash basin and shower cubicle. Heated towel rail. Adjoining Boiler Room with Grant oil-fired central heating boiler.

The First Floor:
Split level landing providing access to:
Master Bedroom with exposed roof timbers and En-Suite Shower Room with WC, shower cubicle and pedestal wash basin. Heated towel rail and part tiled walls.
Main Landing with exposed roof timbers.
Bedroom 2 with exposed roof timbers.
Bedroom 3 with exposed roof timbers and En-Suite Shower Room with WC, shower cubicle and pedestal wash basin. Part tiled walls. Heated towel rail.
Bedroom 4 with exposed roof timbers.
Family Bathroom with close coupled WC, pedestal wash basin and panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment. Part tiled walls. Heated towel rail.

THE LAND
The surrounding land comprises of either level or gently undulating productive pasture, bisected by an attractive brook together with an adjoining orchard. Although the land has not been managed for some time, it is inherently fertile and is suited to a variety of cropping or stocking. In total, the property extends to about 4.05 ha’s (10 acres), as edged and hatched red on the identification plan.

TENURE & POSSESSION
The property is of freehold tenure and with vacant possession available upon completion.

OUTGOINGS
These are believed to comprise of local council tax (to be assessed), together with the usual service and environmental charges.

SERVICES
Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Drainage to new private system (requires completion).

LOCAL AUTHORITIES
Mid Devon District Council, Phoenix House, Phoenix Lane, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 6PP. Tel (01884 255255).

BUILDING REGULATION APPROVAL
The building works undertaken to date have not been signed off by Building Control and require completion.

VIEWING
Viewing is strictly by prior confirmed appointment via the sole agents, Greenslade Taylor Hunt.   

5 Fore Street, Tiverton, Devon EX16 6LN
Telephone: 01884 243000
E-mail: residential.tiverton@gth.net

The property is situated close to the landscaped north-eastern bund of Westleigh Quarry. It is approached from the council road over a private hardened entrance drive which leads to the farmhouse and buildings. Westleigh is the closest settlement, lying about 1 mile to the south with its primary school, public house and garage. Wellington affords a good level of commercial, educational and recreational facilities, whilst to the south and approached via the A38 is the M5 (J27) and with mainline rail connections available adjacent to this junction at Tiverton Parkway.

The property occupies an attractive and accessible rural location. It adjoins the restored Grand Western Canal with the former towpath providing easy walking and cycling southwards to the attractive village of Sampford Peverell and beyond, Tiverton. A public footpath crosses the property and provides access to the nearby favoured village of Holcombe Rogus.

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5 Fore Street

Tiverton

Devon

EX16 6LN

Telephone: See phone number 01884 243000

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