Warracott Farm Barns is a select development of just 12 residential properties comprising a courtyard of five barn conversions, three detached barn conversions (including a former granary), three newly-built barn-style properties, and a renovated former farmhand’s cottage.
– Oak frame double glazing.
– Biomass underfloor heating and hot water.
– Oak internal doors, flooring and skirting boards.
– Slate tile roofs.
– Exposed timber beams & deep window sills.
– Part and fully vaulted ceilings.
– Mains electricity, private water and drainage.
– Fibre broadband installed to all properties.
– 10 year warranty.
– Fully fitted kitchens with solid wood worktops and soft closers.
– Complementary splashbacks and tiling.
– Inset stainless steel sink with traditional mixer tap.
– Integrated appliances including fridge/ freezer,
oven, hob, extractor hood, dishwasher, and
– Under-cabinet lighting.
Bathrooms & En Suites
– Striking, contemporary white bathroom suites.
– Bath with glazed screen, traditional mixer tap,
and shower attachment.
– Dual-flush WC with soft close seat.
– Wash hand basin with cupboard beneath and
– One and a half or double width walk-in shower enclosure.
– Complementary tiled flooring and splash backs.
– Chrome, ladder-style heated towel rail.
*Please note the above specification is provided
as an indicative guide only.
3/4 mile Chillaton, 3 miles Lifton, 4 miles A30,
7 miles Launceston, 7 miles Tavistock, 14 miles
Okehampton, 20 miles Plymouth.
The development is situated in a delightful rural
location, surrounded by rolling countryside,
between the villages of Chillaton, approximately
three quarters of a mile to the south-west, and
Lifton; approximately three miles to the north-east.
The village of Lifton offers a village shop, three
pubs and an award winning farm shop.
Sitting close to the Cornwall/Devon border, the
development is also well located for the three
market towns of Launceston, Okehampton,
Seven miles distance, the ancient capital of
Cornwall, Launceston, with its defining and
historic hilltop castle, offers a wide range
of amenities including speciality shops,
supermarkets (including M&S Food) and a small
hospital. There are several primary and secondary
schools in the town including the renowned St
Joseph’s Catholic school. Launceston benefits
from direct access to the A30 dual-carriageway.
Also seven miles distance is Tavistock, a thriving
market town adjoining the western edge of
Dartmoor National Park. Amenities include a
hospital, bustling town centre shopping area and historical Pannier Market. There are a wide range of well-regarded state and private schools within the local area, including the renowned Mount Kelly private school.
Okehampton, located approximately 14 miles to the north-east, benefits from a Waitrose supermarket, a large sports centre and park, a hospital, and Okehampton College, which is rated ‘outstanding’. Okehampton also benefits from direct access to the A30 dual-carriageway to Exeter and Cornwall.
Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor are also a short drive away and offer wonderful open expanses for those that enjoy hill walking, mountain biking, and horse riding.
Both Cornwall and Exeter airports are within 50 miles.
The Cathedral City and historic naval port of
Plymouth is located approximately 20 miles to the south and offers yet more extensive cultural,
recreational, and educational facilities including a variety of theatres, Drakes Circus shopping centre, sporting facilities, grammar schools, and a fine university. The Barbican area has retail art galleries, numerous bars and eateries, including the Barbican Kitchen and River Cottage Canteen at Royal William Yard. The port has regular crosschannel ferry services to Brittany and northern Spain. There is also a mainline railway service from Plymouth to London Paddington.