The development Higher Leyhill Farm Barns comprises just three detached barns, due for conversion to a meticulously high standard by Devon based family firm Opal Prestige Developments.
The three barns are situated at the end of the developments own driveway. The drive is located approximately 250 yards along a country lane which is accessed directly from the A373 (Honiton/ Cullompton road).
With their own entrances and being divided by close boarded fencing, sympathetic brick walling, and clever use of planting and landscaping, each barn will retain a high degree of privacy and seclusion.
Each barn has been designed to take full advantage of the stunning, far reaching views of the surrounding countryside and the privacy of the peaceful country setting.
A mixture of sympathetic materials will be used to compliment the existing barns and surroundings, including timber cladding, double roman tiles, exposed original brickwork, anthracite fascias, and Lindab downpipes and guttering.
The shippon: A single-storey detached barn of approximately 1100 sqft.
Entrance lobby | Inner hall | Kitchen/living/dining room (an open plan, triple aspect room with woodburner and feature floor to ceiling window enjoying far reaching countryside views) | Master bedroom with en suite shower room | Two further double bedrooms | Family bathroom.
Outside To the front, an enclosed courtyard with bin store, three parking spaces and turning area. Lawned rear garden with timber decking or patio area, timber fencing, and benefiting from the afternoon and evening sun. Large garden with extensive views. Ample parking with Courtyard and a single garage.
Location Situated between the market towns of Honiton and Cullompton, within The Blackdown Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the small, historic village of Broadhembury is a well preserved, medieval village dating from the 1200s with most existing thatch and cob houses being from the late 16th and early 17th centuries. The village has a church, Post Office / tea shop, pub (The Drewe Arms), primary school and village hall. There are extensive bridleways and paths leading deeper into the Blackdown Hills for walkers and horse riders. Honiton is approximately 4 miles away and offers a good range of everyday facilities including a variety supermarkets, independent shops, restaurants, inns, a gp surgery, and a mainline railway station.
Communications Road: Junction 28 of the M5 motorway can be accessed at Cullompton, approximately 7 miles distance. The A30 dual carriageway with direct connection onto the A303 to London can be accessed at Honiton, approximately 4 miles distance.
Rail: Located approximately 4 miles away is Honiton mainline railway station with its direct link to London Waterloo.
Air: Exeter International Airport is located approximately 13 miles to the south east of the development.
Directions From the roundabout at Junction 28 of the M5, take the exit signposted Honiton A373 and continue for approximately 7 miles, passing through the villages of Dulford and Colliton. Turn right (signposted Payhembury) and continue for approximately 250 yards, taking the first left hand turn into the private driveway to the development. The barns will be found at the end of the drive on the right hand side.
Off plan sales The barn is initially being offered for sale "off plan" giving the purchaser the opportunity to have significant input into the fixtures and fittings, floor coverings, decorative colours, and other aspects of the property by negotiation. Please contact either of the joint agents for further information about the buying off plan process.
Services Mains water and electric, individual private drainage, and air source heat pump heating.
Outgoings Council Tax band – to be assessed
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Agents note Data protection act of 2017. We are now required to obtain proof of id and proof of residence for any prospective purchaser before formally agreeing a sale. Photographic identification such as passport or driving licence, proof of residence, utility bill, council tax or official Inland Revenue correspondence.
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