5 Bedroom Equestrian Facility Character Property for sale in Rose Ash, South Molton, Devon, EX36

5 Bedroom Equestrian Facility Character Property - £685,000

Rose Ash, South Molton, Devon, EX36

First listed on: 01st September 2020

Nearest stations: King's Nympton (8 mi)Lapford (8.7 mi)Eggesford (8.7 mi)Portsmouth Arms (9.6 mi)Morchard Road (9.8 mi)

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Property Features

  • Modern five bedroom detached farmhouse in turnkey condition
  • Adaptable self-contained loft conversion providing additional accommodation and/or office space
  • Two bedroom detached annexe
  • Three portl framed modern buildings forming an indoor school, horse stabling and ancilary storage
  • Large timber framed building providing additional stable accommodation

Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

Big Brook Park provides an excellent opportunity to acquire a modern, well proportioned and adaptable 5 bedroom farmhouse, with the benefit of a separate two bedroom annexe and a range of open span portal framed buildings, set within its own grounds of approximately 1.18 acres, divided into three useful paddocks.

SITUATION
Big Brook Park is situated to the south of Rose Ash, only a short distance from the North Devon Link Road (A361) connecting Barnstaple and Tiverton. The closest market town is South Molton, and the property appears to be equally distanced between Barnstaple and Tiverton. Big Brook Park is found set back from the public highway and benefits from two concrete direct road access points. The property is located just off Whippenscott Hill, on the higher side of the public highway which offers a delightful setting, overlooking the land and buildings below.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Big Brook Park provides an excellent opportunity to acquire a modern, well-proportioned and adaptable 5 bedroom farmhouse, with the benefit of a separate two bedroom annexe and a range of open span portal framed buildings, set within its own grounds of approximately 1.18 acres, divided into three useful paddocks.

The farmhouse is located on the higher ground overlooking the buildings below, and benefits from privacy and protection from the woodland behind. The garden surrounding is mostly south facing and offers a private, useful and low maintenance amenity space to enjoy time away from the yard and buildings below.

Big Brook Park was created, expanded and developed as a racehorse training yard. The collection of buildings are currently set out for equine use, however these buildings could be adapted for a variety of alternative uses subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.

THE FARMHOUSE
Big Brook Park is a substantial five bed property situated in a superb elevated position, overlooking the buildings below and benefiting from the protection of the woodland to the north. The property is south facing and fully utilises the natural light in its prominent position. The ground floor contains the practically designed utility with separate shower and WC, leading to the modern and elegantly designed kitchen with central island. The kitchen leads to a separate dining room which through bi-folding doors, opens up into the spacious living room with wood burning stove and nicely finished traditional brick fire place. The first floor of the farmhouse comprises of four well-proportioned double bedrooms, of which there are two en-suites and a centrally located family bathroom. The second floor (loft conversion) is adaptable and is currently set out as a kitchen / living room, bathroom and additional bedroom with plenty of eaves storage surrounding. It is thought the second floor could be utilised as additional, but self-contained accommodation or if required, incorporated as a fifth and sixth bedroom serving the main accommodation.

THE ANNEXE
Big Brook Park Annexe is a brilliantly adapted self-contained detached property, with the benefit of a large open plan sitting room, wet room & WC and kitchen on the ground floor, and two double rooms with eaves storage on the first floor. The annexe has in the past been used to accommodate employees, however this space is evidently adaptable and, subject to obtaining the necessary consents, could be utilised for bed and breakfast accommodation, as a holiday let or simply as additional accommodation for an extended family unit.

OUTBUILDINGS
The property benefits from a collection of buildings which cover approximately 2,200m2 (23,680sqft) of floor space.

The largest of the three portal framed buildings is currently utilised as a sand school with the two gables enclosed and concrete panels surrounding.

The central portal framed building is currently equipped with 11 stables and an additional 5 in the alleyway next to the sand school. The building has water and electricity connected and benefits from a concrete floor throughout. The Vendor reserves the right to retain the stables and may offer these to the purchaser by separate negotiation.

The lower portal framed building is currently part concreted and part stone/earth floor. The building benefits from water and electricity connected.

The timber framed building has the benefit of a concrete floor and services connected. There are 8 usable timber stables installed and 9 additional stables which require attention. The stables are built into the structure of the timber framed building, and therefore included with the sale of the property.

Additional brick and stone built storage buildings are located alongside the public highway. These buildings benefit from concrete floors and services connected. In the past these buildings have been utilised for general storage ancillary to the use of the holding. Please note that the horse walker is not included in the sale of the property, but may be available to purchase by separate negotiation.

The property has two direct access points from the public highway, Whippenscott Hill. Therefore it is possible to separate 'residential' traffic from the 'business' use of the property, if required.

Subject to the usual consents, alternative uses for the buildings are only limited by the imagination of prospective purchasers. The buildings may be adapted for the storage of caravans, boats, motorhomes or machinery. The buildings may lend themselves to alternative commercial uses such as workshop space, offices, warehouse, storage or alternatively; re-designed as an increasingly popular 'Air B&B' destination. i.e. through the utilisation of the building as a covered camp site, where Yurts, Shepherd Huts and Treehouses are positioned inside the existing buildings, for all year round protection against the elements and the provision of an enclosed all weather 'activity' area.

Prospective purchasers are advised to take their own advise in respect to the potential alternative uses including the potential for General Permitted Development under Class Q (Residential).

BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The land is not registered for claiming on under the Basic Payment Scheme. Entitlements will not be made available to the purchaser.

AGRI-ENVIRONMENT SCHEMES
The holding is not subject to any stewardship or agri-environmental or similar scheme.

SERVICES
The property has the benefit of a single phase electricity connection, mains water and broadband internet. The oil fired boiler serves the farmhouse and annexe producing both hot water and heating. A single septic tank serves the farmhouse and annexe, from which it is believed the outlet pipe discharges to a soakaway.

TENURE AND POSSESSION
Big Brook Park is available freehold and with vacant possession upon completion.

BOUNDARIES
Any purchasers shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither the vendor nor the vendor's agent will be responsible for defining boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as to the boundaries or any points on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of them, the question shall be referred to the vendor's agents whose decision acting as the experts shall be final.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
North Devon District Council, Lynton House, Commercial Road, Barnstaple, EX31 1DG

COUNCIL TAX BAND
Big Brook Park Farmhouse    Band E

ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
Big Brook Park Farmhouse Energy Rating C (Potential of Energy Rating C)
Big Brook Annexe Energy Rating C    (Potential of Energy Rating B)

VIEWING
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents Kivells at Exeter.

EASEMENTS, WAYLEAVES AND RIGHTS OF WAY
The property is offered for sale subject to and with all the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the Property Charges Register of the registered title, together with all public rights of way, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way which cross the property.

DIRECTIONS
For satellite navigation please use the post code: EX36 4RQ.
From the North Devon Link Road (A361) take the exit signposted towards Rose Ash, Ash Hill and Bishops Nympton (the Log Cabin Diner junction). Follow the South Molton road for approximately 1/2 mile and turn left. Follow this road for approximately 2.3 miles and turn left. Turn Right at Whippenscott Hill. Then turn left and Big Brook Park will be there on your left. Please note 'Kivells For Sale' boards are attached to the property.

ALL ENQURIES
Kivells Exeter Farm and Land Department

DISCLAIMER
Kivells for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property whose agents they are, give notice;
1. The particulars are set out only for the guidance of intending purchasers of lessees and do not constitute part of an offer or contract.
2. All descriptions, photographs – which may be taken with a wide angle lens or zoom, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation and other details are given without responsibility and any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representation of the fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them.
3. All measurements are approximate.
4. No person in the employment of Kivells have any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property.
5. In the event that our details are used in part exchange negotiations we reserve the right to recoup our costs.
* Subject to Consents (STC)

Big Brook Park provides an excellent opportunity to acquire a modern, well proportioned and adaptable 5 bedroom farmhouse, with the benefit of a separate two bedroom annexe and a range of open span portal framed buildings, set within its own grounds of approximately 1.18 acres, divided into three useful paddocks.

SITUATION
Big Brook Park is situated to the south of Rose Ash, only a short distance from the North Devon Link Road (A361) connecting Barnstaple and Tiverton. The closest market town is South Molton, and the property appears to be equally distanced between Barnstaple and Tiverton. Big Brook Park is found set back from the public highway and benefits from two concrete direct road access points. The property is located just off Whippenscott Hill, on the higher side of the public highway which offers a delightful setting, overlooking the land and buildings below.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Big Brook Park provides an excellent opportunity to acquire a modern, well-proportioned and adaptable 5 bedroom farmhouse, with the benefit of a separate two bedroom annexe and a range of open span portal framed buildings, set within its own grounds of approximately 1.18 acres, divided into three useful paddocks.

The farmhouse is located on the higher ground overlooking the buildings below, and benefits from privacy and protection from the woodland behind. The garden surrounding is mostly south facing and offers a private, useful and low maintenance amenity space to enjoy time away from the yard and buildings below.

Big Brook Park was created, expanded and developed as a racehorse training yard. The collection of buildings are currently set out for equine use, however these buildings could be adapted for a variety of alternative uses subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.

THE FARMHOUSE
Big Brook Park is a substantial five bed property situated in a superb elevated position, overlooking the buildings below and benefiting from the protection of the woodland to the north. The property is south facing and fully utilises the natural light in its prominent position. The ground floor contains the practically designed utility with separate shower and WC, leading to the modern and elegantly designed kitchen with central island. The kitchen leads to a separate dining room which through bi-folding doors, opens up into the spacious living room with wood burning stove and nicely finished traditional brick fire place. The first floor of the farmhouse comprises of four well-proportioned double bedrooms, of which there are two en-suites and a centrally located family bathroom. The second floor (loft conversion) is adaptable and is currently set out as a kitchen / living room, bathroom and additional bedroom with plenty of eaves storage surrounding. It is thought the second floor could be utilised as additional, but self-contained accommodation or if required, incorporated as a fifth and sixth bedroom serving the main accommodation.

THE ANNEXE
Big Brook Park Annexe is a brilliantly adapted self-contained detached property, with the benefit of a large open plan sitting room, wet room & WC and kitchen on the ground floor, and two double rooms with eaves storage on the first floor. The annexe has in the past been used to accommodate employees, however this space is evidently adaptable and, subject to obtaining the necessary consents, could be utilised for bed and breakfast accommodation, as a holiday let or simply as additional accommodation for an extended family unit.

OUTBUILDINGS
The property benefits from a collection of buildings which cover approximately 2,200m2 (23,680sqft) of floor space.

The largest of the three portal framed buildings is currently utilised as a sand school with the two gables enclosed and concrete panels surrounding.

The central portal framed building is currently equipped with 11 stables and an additional 5 in the alleyway next to the sand school. The building has water and electricity connected and benefits from a concrete floor throughout. The Vendor reserves the right to retain the stables and may offer these to the purchaser by separate negotiation.

The lower portal framed building is currently part concreted and part stone/earth floor. The building benefits from water and electricity connected.

The timber framed building has the benefit of a concrete floor and services connected. There are 8 usable timber stables installed and 9 additional stables which require attention. The stables are built into the structure of the timber framed building, and therefore included with the sale of the property.

Additional brick and stone built storage buildings are located alongside the public highway. These buildings benefit from concrete floors and services connected. In the past these buildings have been utilised for general storage ancillary to the use of the holding. Please note that the horse walker is not included in the sale of the property, but may be available to purchase by separate negotiation.

The property has two direct access points from the public highway, Whippenscott Hill. Therefore it is possible to separate 'residential' traffic from the 'business' use of the property, if required.

Subject to the usual consents, alternative uses for the buildings are only limited by the imagination of prospective purchasers. The buildings may be adapted for the storage of caravans, boats, motorhomes or machinery. The buildings may lend themselves to alternative commercial uses such as workshop space, offices, warehouse, storage or alternatively; re-designed as an increasingly popular 'Air B&B' destination. i.e. through the utilisation of the building as a covered camp site, where Yurts, Shepherd Huts and Treehouses are positioned inside the existing buildings, for all year round protection against the elements and the provision of an enclosed all weather 'activity' area.

Prospective purchasers are advised to take their own advise in respect to the potential alternative uses including the potential for General Permitted Development under Class Q (Residential).

BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The land is not registered for claiming on under the Basic Payment Scheme. Entitlements will not be made available to the purchaser.

AGRI-ENVIRONMENT SCHEMES
The holding is not subject to any stewardship or agri-environmental or similar scheme.

SERVICES
The property has the benefit of a single phase electricity connection, mains water and broadband internet. The oil fired boiler serves the farmhouse and annexe producing both hot water and heating. A single septic tank serves the farmhouse and annexe, from which it is believed the outlet pipe discharges to a soakaway.

TENURE AND POSSESSION
Big Brook Park is available freehold and with vacant possession upon completion.

BOUNDARIES
Any purchasers shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither the vendor nor the vendor's agent will be responsible for defining boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as to the boundaries or any points on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of them, the question shall be referred to the vendor's agents whose decision acting as the experts shall be final.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
North Devon District Council, Lynton House, Commercial Road, Barnstaple, EX31 1DG

COUNCIL TAX BAND
Big Brook Park Farmhouse    Band E

ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
Big Brook Park Farmhouse Energy Rating C (Potential of Energy Rating C)
Big Brook Annexe Energy Rating C    (Potential of Energy Rating B)

VIEWING
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents Kivells at Exeter.

EASEMENTS, WAYLEAVES AND RIGHTS OF WAY
The property is offered for sale subject to and with all the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the Property Charges Register of the registered title, together with all public rights of way, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way which cross the property.

DIRECTIONS
For satellite navigation please use the post code: EX36 4RQ.
From the North Devon Link Road (A361) take the exit signposted towards Rose Ash, Ash Hill and Bishops Nympton (the Log Cabin Diner junction). Follow the South Molton road for approximately 1/2 mile and turn left. Follow this road for approximately 2.3 miles and turn left. Turn Right at Whippenscott Hill. Then turn left and Big Brook Park will be there on your left. Please note 'Kivells For Sale' boards are attached to the property.

ALL ENQURIES
Kivells Exeter Farm and Land Department

DISCLAIMER
Kivells for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property whose agents they are, give notice;
1. The particulars are set out only for the guidance of intending purchasers of lessees and do not constitute part of an offer or contract.
2. All descriptions, photographs – which may be taken with a wide angle lens or zoom, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation and other details are given without responsibility and any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representation of the fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them.
3. All measurements are approximate.
4. No person in the employment of Kivells have any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property.
5. In the event that our details are used in part exchange negotiations we reserve the right to recoup our costs.
* Subject to Consents (STC)

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09/10/2020 Property listed at £685,000
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Matford Park

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EX2 8FD

Telephone: See phone number 01392 252 262

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