Bradworthy, Holsworthy, UK
Brexworthy View is a simply magnificent equestrian facility offering an attractive package of about 3.5 acres of paddocks and gardens, a traditional four bedroom stone farmhouse, a two bedroom cottage along with a mix of outbuildings and stables.
Brexworthy View represents a most attractive residential and equestrian smallholding occupying an exceptional rural location. Enjoying far reaching countryside views of Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor National Park in a sought after part of Devon, the property lies just a short distance from the favoured village of Bradworthy. Brexworthy View has no near neighbours, and is centred upon a traditional detached house affording character and well-presented four bedroomed family accommodation. The property also provides excellent equestrian facilities, including a stable yard, machinery/fodder barn along with 3 stables and a further smaller one. The house and buildings are conveniently situated within the land, which comprises a productive pasture divided into a number of easily managed paddocks. This versatile property may be ideally suited to those prospective purchasers with equestrian and smallholder interests, as well as those looking for a charming countryside haven to simply get away from it all. Brexworthy View extends to about 3.5 Acres. In addition to the above, Brexworthy View has an additional cottage (Tamar View Cottage) within the curtilage of the boundary that is currently rented out for a healthy £900pcm and will be available as vacant possession. Coupled with the cottage the current owners have adapted an existing outbuilding to create a 'Tiny house' which could be used as another form of income stream.
From the road there are double gates leading into a private driveway with adjacent ample parking, Pretty gardens surround the house, those to the front comprising stone seating and BBQ area with additional lawns on the side and rear.
Located on the periphery of Bradworthy is Brexworthy View. Bradworthy is a self-contained village which caters well for its inhabitants with a range of facilities and amenities including; Church, Primary Academy and Pre-School, the Bradworthy Inn, Surgery, Vets, two village shops (with a Post Office), butchers, furniture store, hardware store, petrol filling station/garage, industrial estate, children’s playground, bowling club, football club, social club and Memorial Hall. The village square is the largest in England and hosts an annual summer Carnival. The seaside town of Bude is approximately 9 miles to the west and is situated just into Cornwall. With its range of restaurants, shops, cinema, beaches and recreational activities, Bude is the perfect town to find the ideal work/life balance. The market town and port of Bideford is approximately 14 miles to the north-east and is the administrative centre and largest town in the district of Torridge. It has a comprehensive range of educational, employment, leisure and shopping facilities, including the out-of-town Atlantic Village shopping centre. Barnstaple is approximately 23 miles to the north-east and is the regional centre for North Devon and Exmoor. The town provides further extensive facilities and amenities. The home occupies a position within South West England renowned for both the diversity of its countryside and for the many varied leisure and recreational opportunities available either within the immediate locality or further afield. Both the North Devon and Cornish coastlines lie roughly equidistant, around 10 miles north and west respectively, offering scenic beauty, and extensive walking, cycling and riding opportunities.
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