Clayhidon, Cullompton, Devon, EX15

Under Offer ££1,390,000 Guide
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Key Features

Detached Grade II Listed farmhouse in Need of Renovation
Range of traditional buildings with planning permission
Modern style farm buildings
Sought after location
Pasture
In all about 66.35 acres
As a whole or in up to three lots

About This Property

BEST & FINAL OFFERS 12 NOON TUESDAY 19 APRIL 2022

An attractive residential farm with a 6 bedroom farmhouse listed Grade II with lovely views towards the Culm Valley now requiring
modernisation. Versatile range of traditional barns (with planning permission for conversion) and separate modern farm buildings. Pasture land with a stream running through.

In all 66.35 acres (26.84 ha).

Gollick Park has been in the ownership of the current vendorsÂ’ family for three generations since 1928. At the heart of the farm is the handsome Grade II listed farmhouse dating to the
mid-17th century with later alterations and additions to create a L-shaped dwelling. However the property has earlier roots and was referred to as Gollakecoote in 1566. Principally constructed of local stone with rusticated brick surrounds and
quoins, the rendered south facing front elevation has a pretty brick and stone porch. The main house was re-roofed in 2009 with Canadian slate, but the farmhouse is now in need of modernisation. Most of the principal rooms face south or east, with views over the gardens to the rural landscape beyond. Inside, the generous accommodation has well-proportioned
rooms with a range of character features including a plank and muntin screen, chamfered beams, a bread oven and original fireplaces. This adaptable property has potential for enlarging
the accommodation by converting further space in the adjoining barns or the former cow stalls, possibly for multi-generational living or to provide an income.

The property enjoys an enviable position lying at the end of a no through road within the favoured Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a predominantly agricultural landscape primarily comprising pasture and arable land interspersed with an abundance of woodland.

The village of Clayhidon lies about 0.50 miles to the north providing a thriving local community with its parish church, village hall and Public House. The larger centres of Wellington and Taunton lie 4.5 and 9.8 miles distant respectively, both affording an extensive range of everyday banking, shopping and schooling facilities. The property also lies within the Uffculme School catchment area.

Despite its rural position the property enjoys easy access to the surrounding districts, with access to the A38 and M5 Motorway network at Wellington.
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111 High Street Devon Honiton EX14 1LS

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