An appealing opportunity to live in the heart of the country, yet within an accessible location, presents itself with development land and property specialists Greenslade Taylor Hunt.

The experienced firm is marketing North Grendon, Grendon Lane, Rose Ash, near Rackenford, Devon. It is a secluded estate set in picturesque countryside with outstanding views.

Approached via oak-lined Grendon Lane it is available as a whole or in various lots. The property as a whole extends to around 12.37 acres (5ha).

It comprises a recently converted four-bedroom detached home, range of traditional barns suitable for conversion and woodland.

Mark Chugg, Partner within the Greenslade Taylor Hunt Development Land and Planning department, said: “We are delighted to bring this unique property to the market. It encompasses the traditional backdrop, as well as giving way to the contemporary features that are so desired in today’s market. This property brings a wealth of opportunity, as well as a ready-to-move-in home.”    

The centrepiece is Orchard Barn, a recently converted detached four-bedroom home with a blend of contemporary and traditional features. It is ready for immediate occupation. Outbuildings, garden, lawn, parking and paddock are also included in this lot.

Together with Centre Barn it is on the market at a guide price of £595,000. Centre Barn benefits from Class Q prior approval for conversion. It is ready for fitting out to suit the buyer’s requirements. It would make an ideal “granny annexe,” office or workshop subject to any necessary consents.

Lots two and three comprise traditional stone and cob barns with the benefit of Class Q prior approval to convert into homes. The L-shaped barn is guided at £160,000 and the threshing barn at £140,000. They are available together at a guide of £300,000.

Lot five comprises 6.55 acres of woodland, home to snipe, cuckoos, butterflies and other flora and fauna. It is offered at a guide price of £30,000.

For more information and to arrange a viewing please contact the South Molton office of Greenslade Taylor Hunt on 01769 574500 or the Development Land and Planning department on 01823 334466.