- Elegant Country Residence
- 8 Bedroomed Former Vicarage
- Beautiful Gardens & Grounds
- 1.32 Acres
- Dual occupancy/multiple families
- Period Features
- Pretty hilltop rural village
- Range of adaptable buildings
- VIRTUAL TOUR & VIDEO TOUR
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
Meadow House represents an imposing and elegant Grade II Listed former Vicarage providing extremely versatile and spacious eight bedroomed accommodation, part of which was formerly utilised for ancillary accommodation and hence suiting those seeking multigenerational/dual occupancy needs or to provide an income potential. This impressive residence is believed in part to date back to much earlier origins, although the property was substantially remodelled and enhanced in the Georgian era, with further improvements in recent years whilst retaining much of the charm and features of its time.
Situated on the edge of this pretty and rural Devon village, Meadow House is approached via a smart sweeping entrance which opens to a large circular driveway wrapping around the feature front lawn. A substantial range of traditional outbuildings adjoin with a cobbled courtyard and providing superb workshop space, car port parking and ample storage together with a part first floor hobbies room. It is thought that subject to obtaining any necessary consents this range of outbuildings may well provide the potential to create further accommodation, if required.
The established and extensively well maintained gardens and grounds are a particularly attractive feature of the property providing a wide variety of year round species and colour, containing in brief; landscaped lawned gardens and patio spaces, walled courtyard with raised feature pond, attractive high-end greenhouse, fruit enclosure and vegetable beds, together with an orchard and mature woodland area.
In all, Meadow House extends to about 1.32 acres.
Enjoying a tremendous amount of natural light from the predominately south facing position with views from all rooms over the gardens and countryside beyond. The accommodation, from ground level comprises; a welcoming entrance hall with two grand reception rooms to either side, a dual aspect sitting room and an impressive dining room both containing woodburning stoves. This leads to a smart and well-equipped study with bespoke fitted shelving and storage. To the rear of the hall is a spacious kitchen/breakfast room with courtyard access, a separate utility room and cloakroom. The kitchen houses a range of handmade oak units with slate worksurfaces together with an electric AGA. Adjoining the kitchen and dining room is a useful inner hall, boot room and attractive mainly glazed garden room with glass roof lantern, linking the main accommodation to a large games room with cloakroom, two bedrooms and a shower room to the first floor above.
The main hall staircase leads to the first floor landing with cloakroom. This serves four large double rooms, the master bedroom complete with en-suite shower room and dressing area, with an additional en-suite shower room to the second bedroom. The rear landing provides access to two further bedrooms one also with en-suite shower room and a family bathroom.
For layout and approximate room measurements please see the enclosed Floorplan and refer to the Virtual Tour & Video.
Meadow House is located on the edge of the rural yet accessible village of Burrington. A pretty hilltop settlement equidistant of Exmoor & Dartmoor National Parks, just 2 miles from the A377 and Kings Nympton train station linking Barnstaple to Exeter. The village itself offers a well stocked shop, church and village hall together with a bus service.
The nearby town of Chulmleigh (4 miles) offers a thriving community, providing an excellent range of everyday amenities including shops, post office, health centre, dentist, pubs and restaurants, a church, a community sports centre and the Chulmleigh Academy Trust with primary schooling and community college. The larger towns of Great Torrington, South Molton and Barnstaple provide a wider range of facilities.
SERVICES - OUTGOINGS
We understand that the property is connected to mains water and electricity. Well water option.
Drainage to a private system - This has been inspected recently by a drainage specialist firm, who have informed us the system meets the current regulations.
Oil fired boiler providing the hot water and central heating system. LPG gas for the heating system for the garden room, games room and bedrooms 7 & 8.
16 Solar PV Panels (4KW) located on the workshop roof with approx. 13 years remaining on a healthy feed in tariff approx. (£2,500 per annum on average)
North Devon Council – Band G (approx. £3,616 per annum)
EPC - E
Travelling on the A377 in the direction of Exeter, at Colleton Mills take the right hand turning signed Burrington. Follow this road for about 2.3 miles passing through the centre of the village and turn right onto Twitchen Lane signed Parish Hall. Take the next left onto Meadow Park Drive and after 50 yrds bear right to the entrance of Meadow House.
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Property Reference #RS0166
VIDEO TOUR & VIRTUAL TOUR AVAILABLE
Council Tax Band: G (North Devon Council)