Charm, Character & Plenty Of AdaptabilityShires House really is a hidden gem, located in a most tranquil location off a ?no through` country lane & has been considerably improved over the last 22 years by the current owner yet retains many original features with exposed beams & stonework throughout. Suiting a number of uses, Shires House makes a wonderful family home, whilst the added advantage of the detached 538sq.feet lodge is ideal for those seeking accommodation for a dependent relative or it would equally make a wonderful home office or somewhere to achieve an income through permanent or holiday letting use.The ground floor of Shires House will be found offering plenty of space & character with the Kitchen & Dining Area providing an extensive range of cupboards & drawers with ample work surfaces, Range cooker & Belfast sink, whilst a good sized Sitting Room with feature woodburner & a cast iron spiral staircase leads up to a first floor Games Room, which could be used as a 6th bedroom if required. A further 3 Bedrooms together with a Shower Room complete the ground floor accommodation.Accessed from the main hallway, a staircase provides access to the first floor with 2 further Double Bedrooms & a Bathroom benefitting from a separate shower. With a little bit of imagination this part of the house could be adapted to create a splendid master en-suite bedroom or be separated to create another annexe space. There is also a Snug accessed from a wooden staircase in the kitchen. Endless Outside SpaceSet within its own grounds extending to approximately 4 acres, the outside space makes this property very individual and perfect for keen gardeners or those seeking land for animals, including horses.From wooden entrance gates approached off a shared drive, a long private driveway provides ample parking & turning areas with scope to add garages or workshops if desired (subject to any necessary consents).Meandering pathways lead to various areas around the house with a large level lawned garden being situated close to the rear of the property whilst immediately adjoining the sitting room is an enclosed courtyard taking full advantage of the sunny aspect and is an ideal space for a hot tub.The AnnexeSituated within close proximity but far enough away from the house, the Lodge is a good size with 2 Double Bedrooms, a Shower Room and an Open Plan Living Room with modern Kitchen. A large veranda across the front of the lodge overlooks the adjoining garden & the nearby paddock. The ? of an acre formal attractive gardens adjoin both the main house & the lodge, whilst the first paddock extends to approximately 1 acre and in turn leads onto a gently sloping larger paddock extending to approximately 2.3 acres. The paddocks are surrounded by mature trees and if you are feeling energetic, the walk to the top of the larger paddock is rewarded with some beautiful views over the surrounding countryside, the perfect location for a summerhouse & deck.LocationLower Loxhore is a pretty hamlet approximately 2.5 miles from the pleasant village of Bratton Fleming with local amenities including primary school, village store/post office, church & public house, whilst being only a few miles West of Exmoor.The regional centre of North Devon, Barnstaple is approximately 6 miles distance & offers an excellent range of both national & local shopping facilities together with numerous schooling & leisure pursuits and is home to the North Devon District Hospital. Championship golf is available at Saunton Golf Club, which also boasts some of the area`s finest beaches. From the North Devon Link Road, a 30 minute drive accesses the Motorway at Junction 27 of the M5, whilst from Tiverton Parkway Railway Station, London Paddington can be reached in just over 2 hours.Need To KnowMains water & electricity are connectedShared septic tank drainageOil fired central heating in Shires House ? Boiler replaced in 2018LPG central heating in the LodgeNo Onward Going ChainCouncil Tax D - ?1874.87Energy Performance Certificate - E (44)DirectionsFrom Barnstaple, at the Bear Street traffic lights, follow the signs towards Goodleigh & Bratton Fleming. Continue on this road for approximately 4.5 miles, turning left signposted for Loxhore. After approximately ? a mile turn right signposted for Lower Loxhore. Continue into the hamlet for approximately 0.3 of a mile, where upon reaching the telephone box, turn left onto the byway lane. The entrance drive to Shires House will be found just before Horseshoe Barn. Continue to the top of the drive, where there is ample parking & turning areas.NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Westbrook is conveniently located on the edge of the favoured village of Appledore, being within easy walking distance to the picturesque quayside with its narrowed streets housing numerous vibrant shops, public houses, restaurants & cafes.The deceptive accommodation makes the perfect family home with the distinct advantage of having an adjoining 1 bedroom annexe which is ideal for those seeking something for a dependent relative or to provide an additional income through residential or holiday letting.The sprawling ground floor accommodation is currently arranged with 2 reception rooms, both enjoying the stunning estuary views, whilst the extended kitchen/breakfast room also enjoys the views & in turn leads to a good sized conservatory at the rear of the house.On the first floor, 3 double bedrooms are complimented by a spacious & well appointed bathroom whilst the master bedroom enjoys the stunning views & benefits from a large en-suite bathroom.The adjoining annexe has the benefit of its own front entrance whilst a connecting door leads into one of the reception rooms of the main residence and could easily be incorporated into the annexe as a lounge.Accessed from the roadside is a garage whilst steps lead to the front of the house with a large paved area, further side gardens and a rear garden with a useful workshop, summerhouse & patio/deck which enjoys the estuary views. NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
No4 has been lovingly improved by the current owners with the ground floor accommodation now offering stylish & contemporary open plan living. Oak flooring throughout gives the room consistency & warmth whilst the d?cor` is mainly neutral with some tasteful accents colours.The first impression on entering the property is quite breath-taking with an open view through to the garden with the kitchen taking centre stage, featuring modern cupboards & drawers, oak work surfaces with inset sink, integrated dishwasher, slate topped centre island & breakfast bar. An abundance of natural light is aided by the addition of Velux windows and the kitchen area also benefits from electric under floor heating. A connecting door leads into the WC and useful utility room, with further sink & drainer, work surfaces with appliance space under and a cupboard housing the ?Worcester` combination boiler. A feature wood burning stove provides a great focal point in the dining area whilst the lounge has uPVC double French doors opening directly out onto the rear garden, being approx. 80`. On the first floor are 2 double bedrooms and modern bathroom benefiting from a separate enclosed shower unit with dual head attachment. A further staircase leads to the attic room ? used as a double bedroom ? with built-in wardrobes & 2 Velux windows, one with an outlook towards the coast.The garden enjoys a west facing aspect and consists of a generous level lawn with attractive borders & patio area ? perfect for those sunny summer evenings. The garage and parking will be found opposite the front of the house, just to the left.Services: All mains services are connectedEnergy Performance Certificate: E (49)Council Tax: ?BAND B` (?1,485.63 per annum)NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Constructed in 2011 by Cavanna Homes Ltd, No56 offers well presented & good sized accommodation including a comfortable lounge with bay window overlooking the front of the property, dining room and a superb sun room extension with roof windows, bringing plenty of natural light in the property. The kitchen is well equipped with a good range of modern cupboards & drawers with built-in appliances including a fridge/freezer, dishwasher and an electric oven & 4 ring gas hob with extractor hood over. 3 of the 4 bedrooms will be found on the first floor, each being double rooms with the master benefiting from an en-suite shower room. The main family bathroom comprises of a white suite including a bath with shower mixer tap. Bedroom and cloakroom are located on the ground floor in addition to a useful utility room, with access out to the garden. Arranged over two tiers, the garden is fully enclosed and maintenance free. Directly accessible from the sun room, the upper tier has a patio area and stone chippings whilst steps lead down to the lower portion, with stone chippings, patio, summer house and large timber storage shed.Services All mains services are connectedEnergy Performance Certificate C (79)Council Tax ?BAND D` (?1,934.83 per annum)NB: There is an annual estate management charge of ?121.57 for the future maintenance & upkeep of open spaces/green areas.NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
This 2 bedroom semi-detached bungalow offers well proportioned accommodation with the benefit of double glazing throughout. Although now in need of modernisation, these bungalows are generally highly sought after and 11a provides a great opportunity for those seeking a property to `put their own stamp on`.The functional kitchen is equipped with a good range of cupboards & drawers and a large cupboard houses the electric heating system whilst the comfortable living room has direct access onto the south west facing rear garden. Each of the bedrooms will accommodate a double bed and overlook the front & rear of the property respectively whilst the bathroom comprises a pink suite of bath with shower over, WC & wash basin. The garage and driveway are a great advantage, providing parking for two vehicles.LocationBroadlands is a popular residential area made up of similar sized bungalows, small houses and flats. A regular bus service provides access to Bideford town centre, Barnstaple and neighbouring villages; with the nearest bus stop located only a short distance from the property.Services: Mains electricity, water & drainage. Electric warm air heating. Energy Performance Certificate: TBCCouncil Tax: BAND A (?1,289.89 per annum)NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
As it`s name suggests, Riverside Court is a located within a stones throw of the River Torridge and conveniently with level walking distance of Victoria Park & the Town Centre. No71 offers well presented accommodation and has the benefit of double glazed windows & gas central heating. The ground floor comprises of a kitchen/breakfast room and a lounge/diner which overlooks the pleasant rear garden. Stairs rise to the first floor, where bedroom 1 will be found offering generous proportions having originally been 2 separate rooms, and enjoys a wonderful outlook towards the river. Bedroom 2 meanwhile is a double room with built-in wardrobe whilst both bedrooms are served by a central modern shower room. To the outside, there are 2 numbered parking spaces to the front of the property whilst to the rear, the enclosed garden enjoys a partial river view and includes a level lawn with patio and mature trees & shrubsServices: All mains services are connectedEnergy Performance Certificate: D (57)Council Tax: ?BAND C` (?1,709.86 per annum)NO ONWARD GOING CHAINNoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Orchard Rise is conveniently situated on the cusp of Victoria Park & the nearby riverside whilst St. Marys primary school & Bideford Town Centre are within walking distance. The accommodation is well proportioned with 2 ground floor reception rooms and a conservatory on the ground floor together with a vibrant modern kitchen/breakfast room and useful utility. Throughout the property, the d?cor is neutral and benefits from uPVC double glazed windows installed in 2018 and ?Worcester` gas fired combination boiler installed 2015. Four good sized bedrooms are located on the first floor; bedroom 1 benefiting from an en-suite & built-in wardrobes. The family bathroom comprises of a white suite including a bath with mains shower over. Externally the property has a driveway which provides parking for two vehicles in tandem whilst useful side gated access leads to the rear garden, being fully enclosed with patio area and gently sloping lawn complimented by an established hedgerow & shrub borders.Services: All mains services are connectedEnergy Performance Certificate: C (72)Council Tax: BAND E (?2,364.79 per annum)NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Rosskerry House was constructed approximately 35 years ago and was extended in 2007 by the current owners to provide spacious and comfortable, family sized accommodation.Upon entering the property on the first floor, a conservatory leads into the main entrance hall which opens into the kitchen/dining room being the hub of this comfortable home. The utility area and garages on the ground floor are also accessed from the main hallway via a flight of stairs.The dining room area features a modern Wood Burner and Hearth providing a great focal point whilst the kitchen is equipped with a good range of modern units including a breakfast bar and benefits from a built-in dishwasher, an American style fridge/freezer and gas cooker.The spacious dual aspect lounge is accessed from the kitchen and is a fantastic family room boasting generous proportions enhanced by plenty of natural light from 2 large windows and a ?Juliet` balcony plus French Doors out to the rear garden. Karndean flooring and a feature fireplace with multi-fuel burner add plenty of warmth to this space. From the lounge, stairs lead down to the ground floor where each of the double sized rooms benefit from their own en-suite, whilst a family bathroom can be found on the first floor.The Utility area (accessed via a flight of stairs in the main hallway) benefits from work surfaces, plumbing for a washing machine and further appliance space. Doors lead off to a useful storage room and WC whilst an inner lobby connects to the garages. NB: One garage currently has a partition wall to enable it to be used as a gym.Externally the property benefits from a generous rear garden (approximately ? acre) which is predominantly level with a large area of lawn and an abundance of mature trees together with a vegetable garden and large fishpond alongside several sheds, a greenhouse, Summer House and BBQ areas. To the front of the property is a brick paved parking area and driveway, giving access to the garages via a wooden 5 bar gate.LocationOrchard Hill is a favoured residential area consisting of a number of substantial properties benefiting from a quiet location yet within easy reach (less than a 10 minute walk) of the Port & Market Town of Bideford. Pleasant riverside walks and footpaths are accessible nearby alongside the banks of the River Torridge whilst the long sandy beach at Westward Ho! is approximately 2.5 miles giving access to the North Devon Coastal footpath. The regional centre of North Devon ? Barnstaple, is approximately 10 miles distance, with the M5 motorway network being an approximate 45 minute drive.Need To KnowAll mains services are connected. Worcester Gas Fired Boiler (serving the hot water & central heating). uPVC double glazingCouncil Tax: Band C (*Improvement Indicator) ?1,719.85 per annum Energy Performance Certificate: D (68)DirectionsFrom Bideford Quay, proceed towards Northam & Westward Ho! After passing Rydon Car Sales on your left, take the next right into Orchard Hill. Continue along this road for approximately ? of a mile, where the entrance to Rosskerry House will be seen on the left with name plate clearly displayed. NB: The property is accessed over The Orchard Hill Hotel`s drive/parking area.NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
This 1930`s detached house is offered to the market for the first time in 31 years, having been an excellent & loved family home during that time. The property is presented in good order, with well balanced neutral colours and floor coverings throughout.The deceptively spacious accommodation includes a sitting room with bay window together with additional living/dining room which connects through to a modest yet functional kitchen. Each of the reception rooms include feature fireplaces which could accommodate a wood burner if desired. To the first floor are 3 well proportioned bedrooms accessed from a spacious landing; with bedroom 1 having a bay window and extensive built-in wardrobes. The property is served by a well appointed shower room, complete with corner shower, vanity wash basin with useful cupboards and WC with concealed cistern. Externally, to the front of the property two areas of lawn are situated either side of the driveway, with established hedgerow to one side whilst to the rear is a level low maintenance paved garden with useful storage shed.Services: All mains services are connectedEnergy Performance Certificate: TBCCouncil Tax: ?BAND B` (?1,504.87 per annum)NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Ingleside was built in the 1930`s and has remained in the same family`s ownership since 1951 to the present day. Although requiring refurbishment, this family home has been well looked after and is offered for sale with the benefit of uPVC double glazing & gas fired central heating, the boiler having been installed in 2009. Internally, the house offers spacious living accommodation with a welcoming entrance hall leading to 2 comfortably sized reception rooms and the kitchen. To the first floor are two good sized double bedrooms, a single third bedroom and a shower room. The generous rear garden is a particular feature of the property being predominantly level & fully enclosed; this also provides great scope to add a rear extension if desired (subject to the usual consents). The garage is located at the foot of the garden, which again could be extended if required.Services: All mains services are connected.Energy Performance Certificate: D (64)Council Tax: ?BAND B` (?1,504.87 per annum)NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
3 properties for Sale in Barnstaple, and a further
0 properties for Rent in Barnstaple
This can be broken down as follows, 1 detached houses for sale in Barnstaple,
0 semi detached houses for sale in Barnstaple, 0 terraced houses for sale in Barnstaple,
and 1 bungalows for sale in Barnstaple
The average property sold price in Barnstaple is £271,253
Nearest Stations to Barnstaple
Barnstaple Station is 0.83 miles from Barnstaple
Chapelton Station is 5.14 miles from Barnstaple
Umberleigh Station is 7.12 miles from Barnstaple
Portsmouth Arms Station is 10.18 miles from Barnstaple
Nearest Schools to Barnstaple
Pilton Infants' School is 0.05 miles from Barnstaple
Pilton Bluecoat Church of England Academy is 0.08 miles from Barnstaple
Pathfield School is 0.11 miles from Barnstaple
Pilton Community College is 0.28 miles from Barnstaple
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