Witheridge

Detached House: 5 beds

Guide Price £695,000

Agent Details

Geoffrey Clapp Associates

Tel: 01769 572121

5 bedroom Detached House For Sale in Witheridge


Key Features

  • Beautifully presented 5 bedroom 17th Century former mill house
  • Many period features
  • Potential annex
  • Picturesque river setting
  • Two stables and hay store
  • Double bank fishing
  • Mature gardens supporting an abundance of wildlife
  • In all about 2 acres
  • Option to purchase this property with more land

Summary

A superb former corn mill house dating back to the 17th Century, with stunning river frontage and lovely mature gardens, located in a charming rural position. Accommodation comprises: Entrance hall, Kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room 3 further reception rooms, utility room, master bedroom with en-suite, 4 further bedrooms, family bathroom, mature gardens. River frontage wild flower meadow stables and tack room, hay store. EPC = E.

Description

Location Bradford Mill is situated off a quiet rural lane, Bradford Mill Hill, in the rural parish of Witheridge. The property is also approximately 2 miles from the village of Witheridge which is a thriving rural village with a church, village hall, newsagent, village shop, primary school and health centre. The Devon link Road (A361) is within a couple of miles, providing good access to Tiverton, Exeter and the M5 motorway. Tiverton Parkway station provides regular mainline services to London Paddington in just over two hours.



The regional service centre of Barnstaple offers a good variety of shops and supermarkets, restaurants, popular theatre, hospital and twice-weekly Pannier Market show casing local produce. South Molton falls within ten miles and is a traditional market town, offering a good range of local facilities, as does Tiverton.



The independent schools of West Buckland and Blundells are within easy reach.



The North Devon coast and the nationally acclaimed surfing beaches of Croyde Bay, Saunton Sands, Putsborough and Woolacombe, as well as sailing and water sports are within easy reach. Also, Exmoor National Park with its spectacular scenery, is near at hand. The surrounding countryside offers a wealth of riding, walking and sporting opportunities. The Two Moors Walk passes the property.  

Description Bradford Mill is a detached former mill house, dating from the 17th Century and has many fine period features. The property is mainly constructed of stone, with the majority rendered under a slate roof and clay pantile roof; the property has been extended by the current vendors where the former garage and hay barn have been tastefully incorporated into the house and provide a beautiful and in-keeping drawing room and second kitchen/ dining room with a further bedroom on the first floor; this part of the property could be easily separated to create a separate annex due to the downstairs bathroom.



The property hosts many period features which include exposed beams, deep window sills, and original studded wood doors along with ledged and braced doors and inglenook fireplaces. The house also benefits from wooden double glazing.



The spacious accommodation offers a comfortable sitting room at one side of the entrance hall along with a kitchen/breakfast room. At the heart of the kitchen is a Stanley cooker, with adjoining pantry. The drawing room takes advantage of the river fronted gardens.



The grounds surround the property and are an eye catching feature of the property with a number of mature trees and ornamental shrubs; the grounds lead to the river's edge. The meadow and lakes assists with attracting an abundance of native wildlife and fauna.  

Accommodation  

Ground floor  

Entrance porch: Enclosed porch with quarry tiled floor. 

Entrance hall: Tiled floor and stairs to the first floor. 

Kitchen/Breakfast: Dual aspect. An extensive range of base level units featuring cupboards, drawers and wine rack in a 'Duck Egg' blue colour with part granite worktop. Integral Neff gas hob and electric oven. Space for fridge and dishwasher. Oil fired Stanley. Belfast sink. Feature beams. Adjoining shelved Pantry. (There is an opportunity to open the existing door to the outside). Original studded wooden door leading to the Hallway.  

Utility room: Worktop with large Belfast sink, space for freezer and washing machine. Terracotta tiled floor. Oil fired Trianco & Redfayre boiler. Small paned glazed door leading to the decking area and garden beyond.  

Cloakroom: WC 

Sitting room: Dual aspect. Exposed beams and large feature stone fireplace with bread oven and Oak lintel. Inset wood burner. An archway leading to  

Study: Original alcove shelves. Oak door leading to 

Second kitchen/further reception room: Double aspect. Slate floor. Range of units featuring cupboards, drawers and ceramic Belfast style sink with draining board. Space for fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and cooker. Oak staircase to the first floor.  

Drawing room: Dual aspect. Tiled floor. Large stone fireplace with brick hearth with engraved oak lintel. Door to the paved terrace.  

Bathroom: Wooden latch door, tiled floor, WC, panelled bath with shower attachment and tiled surround. Pedestal hand basin and towel rail.  

First floor  

Accessed from the second kitchen/reception  

Bedroom 4: Double aspect. Oak balustrade. Exposed green oak beams, electric radiator, access to roof hatch and the potential to create a balcony.



Accessed from the Entrance hall  

Master suite: An attractive passage way leading past the en-suite shower room into the bedroom with exposed beams and original timber archway. Range of fitted wardrobes. Triple aspect and door to the lawned garden at the rear. 

Ensuite shower room: Large tiled shower cubicle, vanity unit with inset hand basin with cupboard, tower rail and WC. 

Family bathroom: Airing cupboard. Bath with shower attachment over and tiled surround. Vanity unit with inset twin hand basin with cupboard and drawers.  

Bedroom 1: 'L' shaped room. 

Bedroom 2: Fitted single wardrobe and book shelves. Leading to 

Bedroom 3: Views across the garden. Range of built in wardrobes.  

Outbuildings At the rear of the property is a decked area with hot tub along with a timber log store and kennel.



The timber constructed stables (3.3m x 3.6m) & tack room (3.3m x 1.85m) under a box profile sheet roof has a small hard core and concrete yard area to the front. Across from the stables is an open fronted hay store (11.7m x 4.9m) with concrete floor. Adjoining the hay store is a small lean-to. There is also a polytunnel and glass greenhouse. 

Gardens and Land Bradford Mill entrance is approached from a quiet country lane via double wooden gates into a gravelled driveway and turning area.



The lawned gardens lead from the driveway which sweep down to the Little Dart River. A timber pedestrian bridge crosses the river which leads to a well planted orchard with a variety of plum, pear and apple trees. Further bridges lead to the garden which fronts the river and is planted with a number of mature shrubs and trees all aiding the abundance of wildlife which can be found in the garden; and to the rear which is laid to lawn along with the vegetable garden.



The grounds along the river bank have also been planted with a large number of spring flowering bulbs including bluebells, daffodils, crocus and snow drops. There is double bank fishing on the Little Dart River, double bank of approximately 75 yards and approximately 125 yards of single bank; the river provides brown and sea trout.



An enclosed large pond with an island adjoins the gardens and is sympathetically planted with wetland plants and wild flowers around its edge. A wildflower meadow which has been restored to its original state is a truly special feature of the property and is a haven for wildlife throughout the summer months.



The gardens and grounds compliment the beautiful river setting and in their own right have become a safe haven for native wildlife whilst providing a spectacle throughout the seasons.  

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