A handsome family home with exceptional views and outbuildings, set in approximately 28.58 acres.
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Burrough Cleave is a highly attractive property offering more than 8,300 sq. ft. of accommodation including its outbuildings. The house provides a stunning family and entertaining space with character features including sash windows and some exposed beams, oak panelling, fireplaces and wood burners. The ground floor accommodation is accessed from a welcoming reception hall and leads to large drawing room with a bay window incorporating French doors to the gardens, an inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove and a bread oven. The spacious rear aspect dining room has oak panelling and an open fireplace, whilst there is also a separate office. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a large L-shaped kitchen/breakfast room, opening into a utility room and a spacious triple aspect conservatory which has exceptional far-reaching views. The kitchen provides a range of traditional-style fitted units with quartz worktops and a large walk-in pantry. There is also a lift to the first floor.
Accessible over two staircases rising from each end of the reception hall, the first floor provides a large triple aspect principal bedroom with an en suite bathroom. Bedrooms two and three also have the benefit of en suite bathrooms, whilst the additional three bedrooms are serviced by a Jack and Jill bathroom which also serves as an en suite to bedroom four. More wonderful views can be appreciated from much of the first floor.
Local Authority: Mid Devon District Council.
Services: Mains electricity and water, private drainage. Oil fired central heating.
Council Tax: Band G.
Rights of Way: A farmer has a right to cross the lane before the entrance gate to the property.
Please note: Planning was originally applied for as an AOC, for which there is a certificate of lawfulness. Further information is available.
This property has 28.58 acres of land.
Burrough Cleave is approached through high twin stone pillars and electric double iron gates over a sweeping driveway leading to a gravelled forecourt with a turning circle, providing parking for multiple vehicles and giving access to the integral double garage. The part-walled formal garden, a particular feature of this property, offers extensive lawned areas with mature shrub beds and specimen trees and features well-maintained mature topiary, numerous seating areas, a garden pond and a large paved terrace which is ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining. The gardens enjoy far-reaching views over the propertys 28.58 acres of grazing and the beautiful countryside beyond. There is also a lake within the land, as well as areas of woodland; all of which provide a haven for local flora and fauna. The property has the benefit of a number of outbuildings including a detached stable block with six loose boxes and an L-shaped brick-built barn. The property also benefits from a large 51 ft. x 32 ft. outbuilding and two external stores, suitable for a wide variety of uses.
The small hamlet of New Buildings lies to the north-west of Crediton and comprises a pretty collection of thatched cottages and farmhouses in some of Mid Devon's most picturesque countryside. The well-regarded village of Sandford, approximately 2.8 miles away, has a good range of amenities including a village hall, community shop, Post Office, historic church, pre-school, popular primary school and two pubs. The nearby busy market town of Crediton offers a wider range of amenities including a farmers market, supermarkets, local shops, a GP surgery, secondary schooling and a railway station on the Tarka Line. The historic university and cathedral city of Exeter provides a wide range of facilities including excellent shopping, dining, cultural, sporting and recreational pursuits, as well as mainline railway stations on the Waterloo and Paddington lines. Transport links are good: Copplestone station provides services to central London in less than three hours, whilst Exeter International Airport has a wide range of domestic and European flights.
From the hamlet of New Buildings, head north out of the village and take the right hand turn at the fork in the road, onto Southdown Hill. Almost immediately afterwards, turn right onto the lane and the property is located ahead.Read all
- Exceptional views
- Peaceful rural location
- Approximately 28.58 acres of land
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