4 Bedroom Detached Bungalow for sale in Kings Nympton, Umberleigh, Devon, EX37

4 Bedroom Detached Bungalow - £475,000

Kings Nympton, Umberleigh, Devon, EX37

First listed on: 04th July 2020

Nearest stations: King's Nympton (2.6 mi)Portsmouth Arms (2.7 mi)Umberleigh (4.3 mi)Eggesford (5.9 mi)Chapelton (Devon) (6.4 mi)

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Property Features

  • Superb rural setting with no immediate neighbours
  • Unique detached four bedroomed bungalow
  • South-facing aspect enjoying far reaching views
  • Range of adaptable outbuildings
  • Beautifully set amidst its own pasture and woodland

Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

A unique detached four bedroomed bungalow with a range of adaptable outbuildings enjoying an outstanding rural position situated within its own picturesque traditional pasture and mixed woodland benefiting from superb countryside views. In all about 4.50 Acres

Padely represents a most attractive and unique rural property package affording prospective purchasers the rare opportunity to acquire a detached timber framed bungalow occupying a superb setting with no near neighbours. Lying within its own traditional pasture and mixed woodland, in recent years the bungalow has been the subject of extensive improvement works by the current vendors, including a replacement tiled roof, attractive timber effect cladding and re-arrangement of the internal accommodation. It is highly unusual to find a property with such a diversity of residential, conservation and amenity appeal, whilst enjoying such an exceptional rural position, allowing purchasers to enjoy a wonderfully secluded rural lifestyle. Padely extends in total to about 4.50 Acres.

Enjoying a sunny south facing aspect, the accommodation is accessed from the front elevation via wide slate steps leading up to a decked veranda with a front door leading into a welcoming entrance hall, containing a built-in cloaks cupboard. A well appointed family bathroom containing a white suite with a free standing bath is situated off an inner hall. Opposite the bathroom a dressing area leads through into a double room, which acts as an ideal guest bedroom. The sitting room has a southerly aspect with a bay window enjoying stunning views towards Dartmoor in the far distance. This character reception area boasts a brick fireplace inset with a wood burning stove. An opening leads through into a charming study, with fitted book shelves and stairs leading up to a useful below eaves attic store room. A door from the study leads into the master bedroom with well appointed en-suite shower facilities. From the living room glazed double doors lead through into the L-shaped kitchen/dining/living room, a lovely large open plan family space. The kitchen area has a Belfast style glazed sink with a timber drainer, fitted base units with work surfaces over and space for both an electric cooker and an upright fridge/freezer. A solid fuel Rayburn stove, which can switched over to operate the central heating, is set into an attractive brick surround. The dining area enjoys an abundance of natural light afforded via two ceiling light tubes and a large sliding patio door overlooking the rear gardens. A tiled floor continues through into the further living area. Situated off the kitchen is a useful boot room, with a tiled floor and door to outside. The accommodation also benefits from two further good sized double bedrooms.
The accommodation benefits from double glazing to the majority of window and door openings and LPG gas-fired central heating.
For approximate room dimensions and layout please refer to the floorplan.

The property occupies an outstanding and very private rural position, situated within beautiful North Devon countryside. The pretty village of Kings Nympton lies about 1.8 miles to the south east with its popular public house, local primary school, village hall and parish church.
Despite its peaceful rural position Padely enjoys easy access to the neighbouring villages and main routes of communication with the larger towns of South Molton and Chulmleigh both providing thriving and very active local communities affording a good range of everyday services, including highly regarded primary and secondary schools, sports centres, post offices, shops, health centres, dentists, public houses and restaurants.
From South Molton the A361 North Devon link road provides quick and easy access to the regional centre of Barnstaple to the north west, Tiverton and the M5 motorway (Junction 27) to the south east. There are nearby rail stations on the Barnstaple to Exeter (Tarka) line at Kings Nympton (approx. 10 minutes) and Eggesford, whilst mainline intercity rail links are available at Tiverton Parkway, with international airports at Exeter and Bristol.
Padely is surrounded by picturesque North Devon countryside providing a wealth of recreational activities including walking, horse riding, cycling, fishing on the rivers Mole and Taw, hunting, shooting and golf courses at High Bullen, Chulmleigh and Libbaton. To the north the Exmoor National Park offers beautiful moorland scenery with many foot and bridle paths, whilst the stunning North Devon coast is easily accessible.

The property is approached over a gated and gravelled car parking and turning area, which also provides access to the adjoining land. To the rear of the bungalow brick and paved areas provide a patio and further sitting out areas, with the brick paving continuing to the side. Lawned gardens adjoin to the front and rear elevations. A second gated entrance also provides access to the bungalow, continuing to the outbuildings and land.

The Outbuildings
A track continues past the bungalow to provide access to a useful and adaptable range of outbuildings briefly comprising the following:-
Attractive block and stone faced Store Shed, 6.87m x 6.22m overall, formerly a garage, internally divided into a main store with two smaller rooms off.
Workshop/Garage, approx. 10.70m x 5.76m, open ended with an adjoining stone faced Lean-to, approx. 10.70m x 3.5m. Adjoining this range is a timber Pump House for the private borehole water supply.
Situated within the land are two pretty timber framed and insulated Summer Houses. Summerhouse 1, 4.59m x 4.54m, has a stable door and two double glazed windows, containing a wood burning stove on a slate base and a fitted base unit with an inset sink (water not connected). Summerhouse 2, 4.53m x 3.34m, has double glazed patio doors, a timber boarded floor and a wood burning stove on a brick base. Solar panels provide lighting, whilst a corner sink is served by a rainwater collection tank (currently not connected). A sitting out area adjoins to the front enjoying lovely views over the Mole Valley.

The Land
The land associated with Padely comprises a superb combination of mixed deciduous woodland divided into attractive copse areas, interspersed with traditional pasture meadows affording a diverse wildlife habitat supporting an abundance of plants and wild flowers, including a number of orchids, insects, butterflies and birds. A former orchard area still contains some apple and pear trees. The conservation significance of the land is reflected in its designation by the Devon Wildlife Trust as a 'Site of Wildlife Interest'.
The property enjoys exceptional privacy and seclusion with stunning views towards Dartmoor to the south and from the northern boundary over the picturesque valley of the River Mole. In total Padely and its associated grounds extend to about 4.50 Acres.

Services and Outgoings Mains electricity and private borehole water supply. Drainage to a private septic tank system. LPG tank for central heating and hot water. Local Council Tax Band C, together with usual service and environmental charges.

Restrictive Covenant A covenant in favour of the Devon Wildlife Trust applies to the land requiring it to be retained as a conservation area and managed in accordance with 'Conservation Management Guidelines' laid down by the Trust. The bungalow, gardens and outbuildings have been excluded from the covenanted area. Further details may be available from the Agents upon request.

A unique detached four bedroomed bungalow with a range of adaptable outbuildings enjoying an outstanding rural position situated within its own picturesque traditional pasture and mixed woodland benefiting from superb countryside views. In all about 4.50 Acres

Padely represents a most attractive and unique rural property package affording prospective purchasers the rare opportunity to acquire a detached timber framed bungalow occupying a superb setting with no near neighbours. Lying within its own traditional pasture and mixed woodland, in recent years the bungalow has been the subject of extensive improvement works by the current vendors, including a replacement tiled roof, attractive timber effect cladding and re-arrangement of the internal accommodation. It is highly unusual to find a property with such a diversity of residential, conservation and amenity appeal, whilst enjoying such an exceptional rural position, allowing purchasers to enjoy a wonderfully secluded rural lifestyle. Padely extends in total to about 4.50 Acres.

Enjoying a sunny south facing aspect, the accommodation is accessed from the front elevation via wide slate steps leading up to a decked veranda with a front door leading into a welcoming entrance hall, containing a built-in cloaks cupboard. A well appointed family bathroom containing a white suite with a free standing bath is situated off an inner hall. Opposite the bathroom a dressing area leads through into a double room, which acts as an ideal guest bedroom. The sitting room has a southerly aspect with a bay window enjoying stunning views towards Dartmoor in the far distance. This character reception area boasts a brick fireplace inset with a wood burning stove. An opening leads through into a charming study, with fitted book shelves and stairs leading up to a useful below eaves attic store room. A door from the study leads into the master bedroom with well appointed en-suite shower facilities. From the living room glazed double doors lead through into the L-shaped kitchen/dining/living room, a lovely large open plan family space. The kitchen area has a Belfast style glazed sink with a timber drainer, fitted base units with work surfaces over and space for both an electric cooker and an upright fridge/freezer. A solid fuel Rayburn stove, which can switched over to operate the central heating, is set into an attractive brick surround. The dining area enjoys an abundance of natural light afforded via two ceiling light tubes and a large sliding patio door overlooking the rear gardens. A tiled floor continues through into the further living area. Situated off the kitchen is a useful boot room, with a tiled floor and door to outside. The accommodation also benefits from two further good sized double bedrooms.
The accommodation benefits from double glazing to the majority of window and door openings and LPG gas-fired central heating.
For approximate room dimensions and layout please refer to the floorplan.

The property occupies an outstanding and very private rural position, situated within beautiful North Devon countryside. The pretty village of Kings Nympton lies about 1.8 miles to the south east with its popular public house, local primary school, village hall and parish church.
Despite its peaceful rural position Padely enjoys easy access to the neighbouring villages and main routes of communication with the larger towns of South Molton and Chulmleigh both providing thriving and very active local communities affording a good range of everyday services, including highly regarded primary and secondary schools, sports centres, post offices, shops, health centres, dentists, public houses and restaurants.
From South Molton the A361 North Devon link road provides quick and easy access to the regional centre of Barnstaple to the north west, Tiverton and the M5 motorway (Junction 27) to the south east. There are nearby rail stations on the Barnstaple to Exeter (Tarka) line at Kings Nympton (approx. 10 minutes) and Eggesford, whilst mainline intercity rail links are available at Tiverton Parkway, with international airports at Exeter and Bristol.
Padely is surrounded by picturesque North Devon countryside providing a wealth of recreational activities including walking, horse riding, cycling, fishing on the rivers Mole and Taw, hunting, shooting and golf courses at High Bullen, Chulmleigh and Libbaton. To the north the Exmoor National Park offers beautiful moorland scenery with many foot and bridle paths, whilst the stunning North Devon coast is easily accessible.

The property is approached over a gated and gravelled car parking and turning area, which also provides access to the adjoining land. To the rear of the bungalow brick and paved areas provide a patio and further sitting out areas, with the brick paving continuing to the side. Lawned gardens adjoin to the front and rear elevations. A second gated entrance also provides access to the bungalow, continuing to the outbuildings and land.

The Outbuildings
A track continues past the bungalow to provide access to a useful and adaptable range of outbuildings briefly comprising the following:-
Attractive block and stone faced Store Shed, 6.87m x 6.22m overall, formerly a garage, internally divided into a main store with two smaller rooms off.
Workshop/Garage, approx. 10.70m x 5.76m, open ended with an adjoining stone faced Lean-to, approx. 10.70m x 3.5m. Adjoining this range is a timber Pump House for the private borehole water supply.
Situated within the land are two pretty timber framed and insulated Summer Houses. Summerhouse 1, 4.59m x 4.54m, has a stable door and two double glazed windows, containing a wood burning stove on a slate base and a fitted base unit with an inset sink (water not connected). Summerhouse 2, 4.53m x 3.34m, has double glazed patio doors, a timber boarded floor and a wood burning stove on a brick base. Solar panels provide lighting, whilst a corner sink is served by a rainwater collection tank (currently not connected). A sitting out area adjoins to the front enjoying lovely views over the Mole Valley.

The Land
The land associated with Padely comprises a superb combination of mixed deciduous woodland divided into attractive copse areas, interspersed with traditional pasture meadows affording a diverse wildlife habitat supporting an abundance of plants and wild flowers, including a number of orchids, insects, butterflies and birds. A former orchard area still contains some apple and pear trees. The conservation significance of the land is reflected in its designation by the Devon Wildlife Trust as a 'Site of Wildlife Interest'.
The property enjoys exceptional privacy and seclusion with stunning views towards Dartmoor to the south and from the northern boundary over the picturesque valley of the River Mole. In total Padely and its associated grounds extend to about 4.50 Acres.

Services and Outgoings Mains electricity and private borehole water supply. Drainage to a private septic tank system. LPG tank for central heating and hot water. Local Council Tax Band C, together with usual service and environmental charges.

Restrictive Covenant A covenant in favour of the Devon Wildlife Trust applies to the land requiring it to be retained as a conservation area and managed in accordance with 'Conservation Management Guidelines' laid down by the Trust. The bungalow, gardens and outbuildings have been excluded from the covenanted area. Further details may be available from the Agents upon request.

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23 Broad Street

South Molton

Devon

EX36 3AQ

Telephone: See phone number 01769 574500

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