This period Devon longhouse in Stowford could be yours
PUBLISHED: 18:01 09 May 2016 | UPDATED: 18:02 09 May 2016
Full of charm and character, this property is a rural idyll set close to the dramatic North Devon coastline
Lower Stowford Farm is a period Devon longhouse of immense charm and character that has been tastefully extended by the conversion of adjoining traditional farm buildings to provide a stunning modern family home in a traditional style.
The property, at Stowford, is set on the edge of a small rural hamlet with the dramatic North Devon coastline close by, offering surfing, sailing, walking and coasteering close to home.
The property retains much of its original charm and character with a number of open fireplaces; exposed ceiling beams and a superb wide boarded floor in the dining room. Developed by the present owner, the property affords every modern feature with spacious light and airy accommodation. On the first floor are six bedrooms, three of which are ensuite, plus there is a separate family bathroom.
On the ground floor there are four large reception rooms including a superb family room measuring some 18’ x 23’ with tri-fold doors to a large conservatory with far reaching views over open countryside towards the coastline. Externally the property is set off a no through country lane and is surrounded by its own gardens with some outbuildings including a large workshop, greenhouse, raised bed kitchen garden, terrace and extensive grassed areas running down to a small stream that runs through the centre. There is also an orchard area with the whole extending to about two acres. w
Address: Lower Stowford Farm, Stowford, Bratton Fleming EX31 4SG
Guide Price: Offers in the region of £799,000
Agents: Phillips Smith & Dunn, Alliance House, Cross Street, Barnstaple, EX31 1BA. Tel: 01271 327878.
Ground floor: Four receptions; cloakrooms, kitchen, living room.
First floor: Six bedrooms, five bathrooms.
Outside: Workshop, outbuildings, two acres in total.