Five barns with planning consent
Approximately 6.43 acres
Detached house with annexe and agricultural building with planning available by separate negotiation
Currently used as extensive workshop and garaging space, with a large concrete hardstanding, there are five barns which comprise Tredown House Lot 2. The barns have been granted planning consent to create five residential properties with lovely countryside views. The planning consent is for four 3 bedroom houses, and one 2 bedroom house, arranged in an L-shape to correspond with the existing barns. Each property will have its own section of garden. There will be an adaptation of the existing parking area to form access, as well as new parking spaces and the garden areas. There is a field adjacent to the barns, with post and rail fencing, as well as a 20m x 40m sand school.
Tredown House is situated in a quiet, rural location at the end of a long private drive, approximately 3 miles from the village of Holsworthy. The property is surrounded by beautiful countryside and far-reaching views of the surrounding landscape can be enjoyed from much of the house, barns and land.
The ancient market town of Holsworthy is situated amidst the rolling green hills of North Devon and still boasts a thriving cattle market. On each Wednesday, there is the popular Pannier Market, where locals mingle in the busy Market Square. A variety of small shops cluster around the square and there are several inns, cafés and tea rooms nearby. Schools in the town include Holsworthy Community College and Holsworthy CE Primary School. A greater variety of amenities are available in Okehampton, approximately 15 miles away, which has shopping facilities including a Waitrose supermarket, a large sports centre, park and the Ofsted-rated ‘outstanding’ Okehampton College.
Tredown House is ideally situated for a wide range of outdoor pursuits and due to its rural location, there is good walking and riding directly from the property. The North Devon Coast, just 13 miles away, is well-known for its beautiful rugged coastline, much of it owned and managed by The National Trust, which provides wonderful opportunities for long distance walking along the South West Coast Path.
The North Devon beaches are world-class and are renowned for some of the best surf in the country. In addition to surfing there are many other sporting activities that take place; kitesurfing, kayaking and paddle boarding to name a few. Dartmoor National Park, approximately 16 miles away, also offers great potential for a variety of outdoor pursuits, including walking, riding, cycling and climbing. The National Park covers an area of 368 square miles and features beautiful hills, valleys, granite tors and rivers, providing a magnificent backdrop for these outdoor pursuits.
Further afield, the cathedral city of Exeter is approximately 40 miles away and has a number of excellent schools for boys and girls of all ages, one of the best universities in the country, a broad range of supermarkets and excellent cultural and recreational facilities, with numerous restaurants, the Princesshay shopping development and a John Lewis. Communication links are excellent, with Intercity high-speed trains operating from Exeter to London (Paddington and Waterloo), the Midlands and the north of England. There are growing numbers of flights to UK and international destinations from Exeter International Airport, including a route to London City airport with daily flights.
The land available with Lot 2 is highlighted in green on plan. In total, there is approximately 6.43 acres.