Approximately 2,583 sq. ft.
Rural setting and views
Lower Ashridge is an attractive and spacious period farmhouse set within approximately 0.46 of an acre which is situated at the end of a no-through lane. The house incorporates four bedrooms, four reception rooms along with a wealth of character features. To the outside of the property there is a detached studio/office. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with far reaching viewings.
There is a new house being built in what was part of the gardens to this property which the current owners will be moving into. Devon banks have been created between the two properties.
Leading into the entrance hallway is an attractive stone flagged floor with exposed wall timbers and staircase to first floor. The main reception rooms include an attractive living room and dining room with exposed timbers and an open fireplace with wood burning stoves.
There is a smartly fitted kitchen with an AGA range. Hallway leading to inner lobby and utility room. Snug with open fireplace and underfloor heating, a spacious conservatory with open views to the rear.
On the first floor, there are four bedrooms including a master bedroom with dressing room, en suite bathroom and a family bathroom. Both bathrooms have underfloor heating.
Lower Ashridge Farm is situated within a rural setting near the hamlet of Tigley and the village of Harberton. The property offers good access to the A385 which leads to Totnes and the A38.
The bustling medieval marketing town of Totnes has a mainline railway station giving access to London Paddington. Schooling in the area is excellent with a selection of primary and secondary education.
The house is set in approximately 0.46 of an acre. The gardens are attractively laid out and enjoy views across open countryside. There is a detached studio with light and power. Parking is on hard standing for approximately 4-5 cars. There is a large stone patio to the rear of the property which has access from the conservatory and snug enjoying some countryside views.