Cheriton Fitzpaine, Crediton, Devon

£110,000 - SALE

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Description

4 bedrooms
Excellent views
Good arable land
As a whole or in 3 Lots
In all approximately 118.7 acres

Lot 2 – Paddock Field
10.71 acres (4.34 hectares)

The paddock field is situated to the west of the farmhouse and comprises of 10.71 acres of productive arable land. Access can be gained from Lot 1 if they are purchased together, if not access will be gained from the shared access in the south west corner of the field off Farringdon Hill.


Dovers Linhay is situated in the beautiful mid Devon countryside and enjoys near 360 degree views. Albeit rural, Dovers Linhay is only 4 miles (10 minutes) from Crediton and under 1 mile from the popular village of Cheriton Fitzpaine.

Lot 1 – £450,000
Lot 2 – £110,000
Lot 3 – £860,000

The land totals approximately 116.09 acres of arable and has been in a rotation of cereal and vegetable crops and is classified grade 2 and 3, freely draining loamy soil. The land is gently undulating leading to a shallow valley.

Cheriton Fitzpaine 0.9 miles, Crediton 4 miles, Tiverton 9.7 miles, Exeter 12.2, M5 16.4 miles

Dovers Linhay farmhouse is subject to an AOC and was purpose built in circa 2002 and is a large, naturally light and flowing property. The ground floor includes a living room with wood burning stove and double glazed sliding doors to the garden, a separate dining room, a big study and an L-shaped kitchen diner with many integrated appliances, an attached utility room and doors to a lovely conservatory which takes in the views. From the utility room there is also a downstairs shower room with WC and on from this is an integral double garage. Upstairs a light and airy landing serves the family bathroom and four double bedrooms, the master enjoys an en-suite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe, with the guest bedroom benefiting from an en-suite shower room. Numerous rooms throughout the house are dual aspect and enjoy the fantastic views.

Agricultural Occupancy Condition – Occupation of the dwelling is restricted to someone solely or mainly working (or last working) in the locality in agriculture or forestry or a widow/widower of such a person and any resident dependents. Further details from the agents.

Lot 1 – Dovers Linhay Farmhouse
0.81 acres (0.33 hectares)

Dovers Linhay farmhouse was purpose built in circa 2002 and is a large, naturally light and flowing property. The ground floor includes a living room with wood burning stove and double glazed sliding doors to the garden, a separate dining room, a big study and an L-shaped kitchen diner with many integrated appliances, an attached utility room and doors to a lovely conservatory which takes in the views. From the utility room there is also a downstairs shower room with WC and on from this is an integral double garage. Upstairs a light and airy landing serves the family bathroom and four double bedrooms, the master enjoys an en-suite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe, with the guest bedroom benefiting from an en-suite shower room. Numerous rooms throughout the house are dual aspect and enjoy the fantastic views.

Outside
There is a generous driveway with a detached bin store. The mature gardens wrap around the house overlooking the surrounding countryside.

Lot 2 – Paddock Field
10.71 acres (4.34 hectares)

The paddock field is situated to the west of the farmhouse and comprises of 10.71 acres of productive arable land. Access can be gained from Lot 1 if they are purchased together, if not access will be gained from the shared access in the south west corner of the field off Farringdon Hill.

Lot 3 – Arable Land
107.19 acres (43.39 hectares)

Lot 3 comprises of 105.38 acres of arable productive arable land. The land has been in a rotation of cereal and vegetable crops and is classified grade 2 and 3, freely draining loamy soil. The land is gently undulating leading to a shallow valley. There is an open sided Dutch barn to the west.

Cheriton Fitzpaine has an active community, a church, a village hall, two village pubs, a village store and post office and a primary school.

The market town of Crediton provides a comprehensive range of everyday facilities,
including churches, schools, shops, delicatessens, supermarkets, a leisure complex, library and the Queen Elizabeth Academy. There is a farmers market held in the square every fortnight.

Exeter is the most thriving city in the South West and offers a wide range of cultural activities with theatres, the museum, arts centre, and a wealth of good shopping, including John Lewis, and restaurants. There is also a Waitrose supermarket in the city. Many primary and secondary schools can be found in Exeter including Exeter School and The Maynard, whilst Exeter University is recognised as one of the best in the country.

The M5 motorway at Exeter provides links to the A38 to Plymouth or the A30 to Cornwall and the south and Bristol and London to the north and east. There are regular rail services to London Paddington from Exeter in just over 2 hours. Exeter International Airport provides an ever increasing number of domestic and international flights including two flights a day to London City Airport.

Date posted: 13/06/19