Victoria Dairy Farm is an attractive, detached farmhouse residence standing on the outskirts of Payhembury, surrounded by farmland with far-reaching country views and includes formal gardens, yard, outbuildings and a field, amounting to approximately 4.26 acres in all.
The house has been in the same family for many years and provides a very comfortable family home with light and spacious, adaptable accommodation previously used as the base for a successful dairy farm together with a bed and breakfast business. The attached 3 bedroom annexe gives separate accommodation to the main house for letting if required, or easily incorporated back into one large home.
There are a total of six bedrooms, an en-suite bathroom and two shower rooms, all on the first floor.
On the ground floor is a fitted kitchen, lovely family/dining room leading into a conservatory, cloakroom and sitting room together with another kitchen and living room in the annexe.
Wonderful views are enjoyed from the PVC double-glazed windows over the lovely surrounding gardens, land and countryside for miles around.
There is an extensive concrete yard with a very useful range of outbuildings suitable for storage, animals or even conversion into holiday letting units subject to any necessary planning consents.
Although in a lovely rural location, the village with its many amenities is within walking distance.
To the outside The property is approached from the village lane to a large expansive concrete yard to the north of the property providing an area for car parking and access to the adjoining farm buildings. Mature and well-maintained gardens lie to the south of the house which are laid mainly to lawn with raised borders, and bounded by post-and-rail fence on two sides and a hedge along the western side. Lovely views are enjoyed all round. A separate garden adjoins the annexe to the west. Adjoining the courtyard is a delightful and private raised gravel and patio area with pergola and feature pond with fountain.
Outbuildings Block and slate workshop (24'7" x 11'3") with adjoining store (12'11" x 14'4") with a further internal provision providing storage 13'3" x 9'6").
Garage (20'11" x 18'2") of brick and block construction with electric sliding doors. Oil storage tank.
Loose boxes / stables (53' x 14'5") divided to create 3 loose boxes.
Former cow stalls of block and fibre cement/asbestos construction with timber cladding (72' x 28').
Scope for conversion possibly into holiday units, etc. Subject to any necessary planning consents.
Payhembury Is a true Devon village with a good community and excellent local amenities that include community-run village shop, pub and highly regarded primary school. Payhembury is surrounded by open countryside but within easy travelling distance of Honiton (about 7 miles) and Exeter along the A30 (about 16 miles). The Waterloo train line runs through the nearby village of Feniton. The coast, Cullompton and M5 access are also within an easy drive. Payhembury stands within the King's School catchment area. School buses to King's and Colyton Grammar School run through the village.
Services Mains electricity and water are connected to the farmhouse and annexe together with some of
the farm buildings. Private drainage system. Telephone at present connected. Oil-fired Rayburn for cooking, domestic hot water and one radiator.
Outgoings Farmhouse – Council Tax Band D
Annexe – Council Tax Band C
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