Wick, Honiton, Devon, EX14


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  • Bedrooms: 4
A four bedroom detached split level barn conversion situated in a stunning rural setting. NO CHAIN.

A unique opportunity has arisen to purchase this beautifully presented split level barn conversion in the well sought after Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The property offers light and spacious accommodation for modern living, combined with attractive and interesting character features.

A large glazed entrance vestibule with a tiled floor leads in to the sitting room. This main living area is quite spectacular with large exposed jointed beams, vaulted to the ceiling with two Velux windows and solid oak flooring.

There are charming features including an open stair case up to a spacious galleried landing, deep window sills, plus an attractive floor to ceiling brick fireplace with timber beam over, brick hearth and inset wood burner.

The kitchen/breakfast room has an extensive range of drawers, wall and base cupboards with built in fridge, there is a work surface over, with inset one and half bowl sink with mixer tap and drainer, a built-in oven, integral extractor over a four plate hob. The kitchen is dual aspect and enjoys pretty views over the garden. Leading off the kitchen is the utility room with tiled flooring, base unit with sink, plumbing for washing machine and a dishwasher. A stable rear door leads to the garden.

Lower Ground Floor. A few steps from the main living area lead down to the lower ground floor. This space benefits from a large reception room with oak flooring and a double bedroom.

First Floor. On the first floor the galleried landing leads to three further double bedrooms and a shower room. The master bedroom enjoys pretty views over the garden and has an en-suite bathroom, with free standing bath, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

Bedroom 2 has a walk-in dressing room, bedroom 3 offers lovely views over the surrounding valley of rolling fields and woodland. Also on the first floor is an airing cupboard and access to loft.


From Honiton proceed as if joining the A30 in an easterly direction, on the slip road turn left signposted Dunkeswell and Combe Raleigh. Proceed along this road for approximately one mile over a low bridge and take a right turn (unsignposted). Proceed along this lane past Shaugh Farm and turn left. Proceed up the hill for about a mile, past Dumpton Hill National Trust land and turn left signposted Wick.

Continue along this lane, once you reach a farm and a no through road, turn right, Rolleshayes Barton will be the first property on the right marked by a red GTH for sale board.

The property is set in the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and sits on the edge of the small hamlet of Wick. Although rural with delightful country walks, Rolleshayes Barton is readily accessible to the village of Luppitt with its Village Hall and pretty and ancient Parish Church of St Mary's. From the property there are superb views across the Otter Valley as well as delightful walks and rides in the area.

The market town of Honiton lies some 3.5 miles to the South and is well-known as an antique and book centre as well as having most of the usual multiples such as Smiths, Boots, Tesco and a variety of shops, restaurants, schools, sports centre/swimming pool, Golf Club and main line rail link to London (Waterloo).

Exeter, the County Town, is some 21 miles to the west and has excellent shopping and sporting facilities, theatres, art centre, main line rail link to London (Paddington) and an international airport together with M5 access. Sidmouth on the World heritage Jurassic Coastline is some 14 miles to the south and Colyton Grammar School, one of the country's top co-educational state schools is approximately 16 miles distant. Approximately 15 miles to the north lies Taunton, the County Town of Somerset, which has an express rail link to London and also direct access to the M5.

From the country lane, a gravelled drive with large parking and turning area leads to the property, beside sits a stone built double garage. A gravel path, bordered by lawn on both sides, leads to the glazed front vestibule door. From the garden a path leads to a sloping lawn and orchard which are bordered by beech hedging and Devon banks, with post and rail fencing.

At the top of the orchard is an office/summer house with decking to the front, a lovely place to sit and enjoy the stunning view. In all the property extends to about 0.45 acre.

From both the garden and the barn, there are spectacular views over the valley beyond.

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Greenslade Taylor Hunt - Honiton

111 High Street, Honiton, Devon

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