A beautifully presented barn conversion with an annexe and outbuildings set on the edge of Dartmoor

Yolland Barton is an attractive four- bedroom stone barn conversion with an attached annexe located in a rural position close to the moorland town of Ashburton. The property is set within 4.54 acres of immaculate gardens and provides a peaceful and secluded setting that is within easy reach of local amenities and transport connections.

On the ground floor, a welcoming and lightfilled entrance hall flows through to the spacious sitting room that features exposed timber beams and an attractive stone-built fireplace, fitted with a woodburning stove. Adjacent to the sitting room is a bright study space with stone flooring that has access to the courtyard garden and provides the opportunity to be used as further elegant reception space if required. The attractive kitchen has wall to base bespoke units, marbled worktops, a central island and an Aga. The ground floor benefits from a separate utility room that provides space for further appliances. The kitchen flows through to the light-filled dining room that features an impressive vaulted ceiling with skylights, an exposed stone wall, a woodburning stove and a triple aspect to admire the beautiful gardens. Further reception space can be found in the conservatory that has French doors leading out on the paved terrace area. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a bright bedroom that provides flexible accommodation options and a downstairs shower room.

The first floor has a further three double bedrooms including the generously sized principal bedroom. The principal bedroom benefits from its own dressing area and en suite bathroom with a separate shower unit. The bedroom has multiple skylights that allow for plenty of natural light. French doors open out onto the balcony that provides a wonderful vantage point overlooking the gardens and the rolling countryside beyond. A family shower room completes the accommodation on this floor. Further bedrooms can be acquired by reconfiguring the attached annexe so that the property becomes a whole instead of two seperate dwellings.

Yolland Barton also benefits from a detached annexe space that features a bright sitting room that could be reconfigured as a bedroom and a separate shower room. The detached annexe leads out onto the covered kitchen area which creates an excellent space for al fresco dining and entertaining.

Tom Barton Tom Barton is an attached annexe that features a welcoming sitting room with an electric stove and a spiral staircase that leads up to a light-filled modern kitchen and breakfast room. The annexe further comprises a spacious double bedroom and a study that could be used as a further bedroom if required. The annexe benefits from a modern shower room on each floor.

This property has 4.54 acres of land.

Outside

Yolland Barton is approached by a private driveway which leads to a large tarmac courtyard providing parking space for multiple vehicles. The property is set in approximately 4.54 acres of beautifully maintained gardens that provide a peaceful and secluded setting. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with an array of beautiful established shrubs, mature trees and hedgerows and a woodland area. The property benefits from large paved and gravel terrace areas which provide excellent family and entertaining space. Within the extensive grounds are several outbuildings, including a large detached garage, three carports, a tractor shed, a workshop and several stores, as well as a charming stone-built, thatched summer house. Far reaching views of rolling countryside can be enjoyed from most of the grounds.

Situation

The property is set in a rural position, a mile from the moorland town of Ashburton. The town, on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park, has a lively range of shopping facilities, with a wide range of independent shops offering vintage goods, antiques, a family-run ironmonger’s, delicatessen, an artisan bakery, cafes, pubs, a fish deli and the renowned Ashburton Cookery School. There is also a wellregarded primary school and South Dartmoor Community College. Ashburton also has a very active community, with plenty of activities and clubs to enjoy at the Ashburton Arts Centre including yoga, various styles of dance and a drama group. The wide open spaces and rolling hills of Dartmoor are just moments away, providing unrivalled opportunities for walking, cycling and riding. Eight miles away, the historic market town of Newton Abbot provides further amenities, including large supermarkets. Exeter, approximately 20 miles away, is the most thriving city in the South West. The city offers a wealth of cultural activities with the theatre, the museum, arts centre and a variety of good shopping.

Directions

From Exeter, head away from the city centre and join the A38 Devon Expressway. Continue for 17 miles, and then after passing the exit for Ashburton/B3352, take the next junction on the left, onto Whistley Hill. After approximately 100 yards, take the entrance on the right, and then turn left. The road will lead to the property.

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Other features

  • Highly sought-after location on the edge of Dartmoor
  • Beautifully presented throughout
  • Flexible accommodation
  • Attached annexe and a detached annexe
  • Immaculate gardens and grounds
  • Extensive outbuildings

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Ref: EXE220064

Ashburton, Newton Abbot Devon TQ13

Guide Price
£1,200,000

Ref: EXE220064

Ashburton, Newton Abbot Devon TQ13

Guide Price
£1,200,000