Tiverton, Devon

Guide Price £250,000
1 Bed
1 Bathroom
  • No Onward Chain
  • Individual detached barn conversion
  • Large garden
  • Far reaching views
  • Rural yet accessible location
  • Contemporary design
  • Open plan living with wood burning stove
  • Galleried first floor
  • Double bedroom
  • Plenty of parking

Full Property Details

If you have been looking for a rural retreat with a generous garden, then this could be the one for you! Not only would this work well for your main residence, it would also be most suitable as a holiday cottage.

This is a fantastic opportunity to become the owner of the perfect country retreat, that is within easy access of mainline road and rail links.

This one-bedroom barn conversion certainly has an awful lot going for it. Converted to a high standard in 2011, the property offers a lot of character and is very well insulated.

The contemporary living accommodation offers open plan accommodation on the ground floor and a balconied first floor. To the front of the property, which is south facing, French windows draw in plenty of light to the lounge and open out onto an area of decking.

The lounge area is bright and comfortable with a high vaulted ceiling, the glass galleried first floor benefiting from the heat rising from the wood burning stove. A dining area is found in the middle of the property and to the rear is a kitchen, from where a back door opens to the garden. The kitchen offers plenty of storage and working surfaces, space for a dishwasher, washing machine and a fridge freezer.

Stairs rise from the lounge area to the first floor where a double bedroom is found along with an en-suite bathroom. Plenty of light is drawn from the predominantly glazed south facing front elevation through the glazed gallery. Two Velux windows offer delightful starry night views from the bed and allows for cool summer evening breezes. There is also a large storage area into the eaves.

The garden lies to the side of the property is a very generous size and enjoys some lovely southerly views. The garden has been fully ring-fenced so that it is a secure haven for pets. There is a large chicken run, which would equally suit for other pets, and a well tended vegetable plot lies at the far end. There is plenty of parking on the gated driveway which is shared with the Carthouse, next door.

The Cider Press is found just off a quiet country lane near the friendly hamlet of Whitnage. Uplowman is the nearest village which offers a sought after primary school, active village hall, sports grounds and a local pub. The village of Sampford Peverell is also close by with many village clubs, primary school, tennis courts, village shop and post office, hairdressers and all sorts of activities at the village hall. Mainline rail links are found at Junction 27 of the M5 which offers direct links to London.


Mains electricity. Private, shared water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Council Tax:
Band B

Local Authority:
Mid Devon District Council - 01884 255255

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Floor Plan

Property Floor Plan


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