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£750,000 Guide Price

Morchard Road, Crediton, EX17

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Property Summary

This beautiful, detached barn conversion was completed in 2020 to a very high specification. There are three double bedrooms all with en-suites, an open-plan living space with vaulted ceilings, kitchen with granite tops and a utility. There are fantastic views beyond the garden and a 2.5 acre field with an outbuilding for animals or to create stables if desired.
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There are eco-credentials too, with solar panels for hot water, underfloor heating to both floors, provided by the air-source heat pump system, as well as double glazed doors, windows and skylights. The bedroom windows have internal blinds and every skylight (apart from the utility) is electronically controlled.

Outside: Stepping out through the large sliding doors we have a beautifully paved sun terrace, perfect for alfresco dining and entertaining and offering superb rural views beyond the lawned garden. There is also a hot-tub, outside lights and power.

Proceeding down the private drive, there is initially parking for 2-3 cars, then an open-fronted double garage with light, power and a tap, with a lock-up store to the rear and an attached wood-store to the side. Beyond is a former farmyard (providing masses of parking) with a block-built outbuilding (18.5m x 5m) suitable for keeping animals, as a workshop or creating stables if desired. There is a large concrete base (formerly an open-barn, now removed) with a 2.5 acre field beyond, also accessible from the lane behind. Further acreage may be available from the local farmer, by separate negotiation after completion.

POTENTIAL SITE: The current owners submitted a planning application to create an additional single-story dwelling where the concrete base and current outbuilding is sited. This application was refused, but advice suggests on appeal there is a fair chance of it being approved. Plans are available from Helmores or via Mid-Devon Planning website (21/01453/FULL) and full plans would be provided to the next owner

Please see the floorplan for room sizes.

Current Council Tax Band: E (£2,671pa)
Utilities: Mains electric, water, telephone and broadband
Broadband within this postcode: Superfast Enabled
Drainage: Private treatment plant
Heating: Underfloor Central heating via Air Source Heat Pump
Listed: No
Tenure: Freehold

DIRECTIONS: Use EX17 5LQ – After taking the turning into the lane off Morchard Road, proceed all the way to the end and Cart Linhay will be found on your left, with parking just beyond on your right.

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MORCHARD BISHOP is a village and civil parish set in the sumptuous hills and valleys of Mid-Devon, halfway between the North and South of the County, 7 miles west of Crediton and 14 miles from the regional capital, Exeter. The showpiece is the spectacular 16th Century Church of St Mary's, one of two churches in the village. This small but thriving community, with a population of just under 1000 has a primary school, doctor's surgery and local shops. Those who lead an active lifestyle can take advantage of the football, netball and outdoor tennis clubs as well as enjoying a game of bowls on the Green. At the centre is the friendly London Inn, loved for its generous servings of delicious, locally sourced food. Dating back 400 years, this traditional pub was once a stop for passing coaches when the main road from Exeter ran through the village. Today, the nearby railway station at Morchard Road carries passengers from Exeter to Barnstaple along the scenic Tarka Line. Dartmoor and Exmoor, areas of outstanding natural beauty are within 30 minutes' drive.

CREDITON : An ancient market town, with a contemporary feel – only a short, 20-minute drive NW from the city of Exeter. Set in the Vale of the River Creedy, amongst gentle, rolling hills and verdant pastures. Sincerely picture postcard. Once the capital of Devon, Crediton is famed for its inspiring sandstone church and for being the birthplace of Saint Boniface in 680 AD. Its high street is a vibrant place, abuzz with trade –artisan coffee shops, roaring pubs, a farmers’ market and bakeries, jam-packed with mouthwatering delights. For those commuting it has hassle free transport links into Exeter and for schooling a prestigious community college (Queen Elizabeth’s) – with an Ofsted “outstanding” sixth form. In addition, it boasts a brilliant gym & leisure centre for New Year’s resolutions, two supermarkets for the weekly shop and a trading estate for any practical needs. All neatly held in a single valley.


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