A stunning barn conversion with cottage & annex in glorious grounds.

Offers in Excess of £ 1,500,000

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Key Features

  • 5 Bedroom House
  • Stunning open plan kitchen and living
  • Further mezzanine sitting room area
  • Original features
  • Woodburner and Stanley range
  • Stunning gardens with various outbuildings
  • 2 mtwo bedroom Holiday Cottages
  • Ground extending to approx 0.7acres
  • Bedrooms: 9
  • Bathrooms: 6
  • Receptions: 1
  • House Type: Barn Conversion
  • EPC Certificate

Stoop Cellars, Broadhempston, Devon

Stoop Cellars is located on the edge of the popular village of Broadhempston. Set back from the road and approached via a wide gravelled driveway the main house is on the left approached through a glorious courtyard garden. Spaciously laid out there is plenty of parking for both the house and cottages, the Stables being on the right on entering the grounds and the Cottage being attached to the far end of the house.

From the drive you approach the main house through a beautiful, romantic walled courtyard. Entering through the wisteria covered porch which provides useful space for coats and shoes, the inner door leads directly into the large farmhouse kitchen with slate floor, very much the heart of the house, being open to a double height dining and sitting room area. The kitchen is fitted with Shaker style units and has a large island unit with plenty of useful storage plus a breakfast bar on one side. There are floor units, a Belfast sink and large Cookmaster range with 7 hobs together with a Stanley wood powered range and space for a large fridge/freezer. Opening directly into a fabulous full height dining and sitting room with exposed beams and corner woodburner, this is a lovely light room with windows to three sides. Bi fold doors lead out to a south facing patio the perfect place for alfresco dining or evening drink.
Steps up lead to a large mezzanine living room which is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the views over the gardens and across the village. From here a door leads through to the 3 upstairs bedrooms which are all spacious doubles.

Bedroom 1 has a pretty fireplace with unused woodburner with views over the garden and fields, Bedroom 2 has a fully tiled en suite with large walk in shower and Bedroom 3 has glorious garden and countryside views. There is also a family bathroom with bath and walk in shower.
Downstairs approached from the kitchen is a large hallway with maple flooring leads to a WC/utility room with space for a washing machine and drier. From here the accommodation has been used as a lovely one bedroom annex with its own entrance, with a large double bedroom and south facing window and a pretty sitting room also with south facing window overlooking the garden. There is a well fitted shower room with walk in shower, and kitchen with a mixture of floor and wall units, space for a washing machine, dishwasher and free-standing electric cooker. Form here there is a door to the yard.

Stoop Cottage Attached to the far end of the main house, this stunning holiday cottage is approached from a gravelled patio and entered through timber doors directly into the open plan kitchen/sitting room with original oak floorboards. With a fully fitted kitchen, exposed beams, wood burner and lovely views over the gardens, this room melds the ancient and modern in a sympathetic yet sumptuous way. An understairs cupboard has plumbing for a washing machine, and upstairs are two double bedrooms and family bathroom.

Stoop Stables The former linhay, the Stables is another glorious 2 bedroom holiday cottage which has full disabled access. Sympathetically converted to retain much character including a manger and timber from part of the stalls it has immense character and yet offers all modern luxuries with a fully fitted kitchen with open plan dining and sitting room, two double bedrooms, bathroom and a shower room with a large walk-in shower.

Outside
On entering the property there is a wood store on the left beside a walled front garden which has a fabulous olive tree and raised beds surrounding a seating area. Adjacent to this is the walled courtyard in front of the main house, around which the gardens wrap around with a lovely mix of lawn, shaded seating areas, fruit trees, raised beds, a wildflower area, duck pond, and numerous sheds including a summerhouse with power. Alongside The Stables there is a workshop where the air source heat pump is located and which serves the Stables and main house. There is plenty of parking too.

Situation
Broadhempston is a large village which is renowned for its good community. The locally run village shop together with the two popular public houses, and respected Primary School, rated Outstanding by Ofsted, have made it a popular choice for anyone looking in this area. Conveniently located for access to both Totnes with its plethora of restaurants, bars and lovely independent local shops, and Newton Abbot with its larger retail outlets, there is also easy access to the A38 Devon Expressway, and as both towns benefit from mainline railway stations there is good and easy access to the National Railway Network with direct trains to London Paddington.
Services Mains electricity and water. Stoop Cellars has an air source heat pump via a heat exchanger fed from Stoop Stables. There are additional wood burners for heat and the Stanley. Solar panels with a solar iboost divert the electric into the immersion tanks rather than direct to the national grid. Two Clargester private treatment plants within the grounds serve all three properties. Bottled LPG gas serves the hob in Stoop Cellars kitchen.

EPC D Cellars, Stables
Tenure Freehold
Council Tax – G
Directions Leave Totnes on the A381 Newton Abbot Road. Turn left opposite Red Post Garage and follow this road for approximately 1.5 miles until reaching a crossroads. Go straight across and follow this road down towards the village, where the road levels out Stoop Cellars will be found on the left hand side.