A picturesque Grade II Listed thatched farmhouse, outbuildings and approx. 3.91 acres.
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Osmore Farm is a charming Grade II Listed thatched cottage, dating from the 16th century, with four bedrooms and extensive farm outbuildings and grounds, set in the heart of the beautiful countryside of the Blackdown Hills. Behind the propertys stone-dappled façade lies a wealth of attractive accommodation, characterised by plenty of original features, including exposed timber beams, wood panelling and original fireplaces.
On the ground floor there is a welcoming sitting room and library, with a grand inglenook fireplace, fitted with a wood burning stove. The formal dining room features another large original fireplace, also with a stove fitted, and adjoins a useful office space. The kitchen/breakfast room offers plenty of storage space, and room for all of the necessary appliances, while featuring a range cooker in addition to a modern oven and hob. Upstairs, there are four good-size double bedrooms, plus a study, which could be used as a fifth bedroom if required. There is also a family bathroom.
This property has 3.91 acres of land.
Osmore Farm is an old farmhouse, and the site includes plenty of farm outbuildings, including stable blocks and two listed barns. A gravel driveway opens out into a substantial parking area and courtyard, from which you can access the outbuildings, while the house itself is surrounded by gardens, with lawns, paved terracing and a number of mature trees and established shrubs. The grounds extend to a number of fields and paddocks, which are ideal for raising livestock or equine activities. Wonderful views can be enjoyed from much of the gardens and the land.
Osmore Farm is set in a beautiful rural location, surrounded by rolling countryside in the heart of the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in East Devon. The nearby villages of Membury and Stockland have village primary schools, while other amenities can be found in the towns of Chard and Axminster, which are both five miles away. Both towns offer a variety of shops, supermarkets, leisure facilities and other essential amenities, plus a good selection of schools, including the outstanding-rated Holyrood Academy in Chard. The A30 and A303 are nearby, providing connections towards Exeter and Yeovil. Axminster has a mainline station, providing direct services to London Waterloo (2 hours 43 minutes).
From Exeter, take the B3183 (Heavitree Road/Honiton Road) east away from the city centre, and join the A30. Proceed along the A30, through Yarcombe village and past the Yarcombe Inn as far as Retter's Garage. Turn right, onto James Lane and then turn right at the end of the lane and continue downwards to Webble Green. Turn left and follow the road to a high stone wall, where Osmore Farm can be found.Read all
- Highly attractive thatched property
- Approx. 3.91 acres
- Approx. 2,264 sq. ft.
- Outbuildings and stables
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