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Allerford, Okehampton
Guide Price £349,950

Impeccably presented inside and out

Sold STC
  • Photo 22
    Photo 22
  • Front Elevation
    Front Elevation
  • Spacious Entrance Hall
    Spacious Entrance Hall
  • Comfortable Living Room
    Comfortable Living Room
  • Master Bedroom
    Master Bedroom
  • Master Ensuite
    Master Ensuite
  • 2nd Bedroom
    2nd Bedroom
  • 3rd Bedroom
    3rd Bedroom
  • Kitchen/Diner
  • Living Room with Multi-Fuel Burner
    Living Room with Multi-Fuel Burner
  • Family Bathroom
    Family Bathroom
  • Approach to the Development
    Approach to the Development
  • Visitors' Parking Plus One Allocated Space
    Visitors' Parking Plus One Allocated Space
  • Staircase
  • Rose Arch
    Rose Arch
  • Doors from Living Room to Garden
    Doors from Living Room to Garden
  • Landing
  • Feature Window on the Landing
    Feature Window on the Landing
  • Front Garden
    Front Garden
  • Doors from Living Room to Garden
    Doors from Living Room to Garden
  • Garden and Gazebo
    Garden and Gazebo
  • Gazebo

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  • Modern Barn Conversion
  • Beautifully Presented
  • Tranquil Location
  • 3 Double Bedrooms
  • Allocated Parking + Visitor Parking Space
  • Sought After Development
  • Period Features
  • Pretty Gardens

Converted in 2008, this three double bedroom barn conversion has a wonderful blend of old and new. The current owner has maintained the property inside and out to an impeccable standard with neutral colours and plantation blinds throughout. There are a total of eight properties within this select development which is ideally located in the tranquil Devon countryside with plenty of walks nearby as well as easy access to the A30 arterial road, the market town of Launceston and beyond.


Ground Floor

You enter the property through a glazed front door into a bright entrance hallway with wooden stairs to the first floor and a cloakroom WC. On your right you will find the living room which is a charming room of generous proportions with double patio doors to the front and rear gardens. Plantation blinds allow light and cool air to pass in whilst keeping children and pets inside. The solid wooden floor and the multi-fuel burner create a sense of comfort.

Ground Floor Cont/d

To the other end of the property you can find the well appointed kitchen/diner with wooden units, polished granite worktops and integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer for your convenience. There is also space for a family dining table to sit and enjoy the meals you've rustled up in this lovely space. There are two sizeable storage cupboards, one of which houses the washing machine with further storage space and the second houses the gas central heating boiler. The tiled floor is kept warm by underfloor heating which runs throughout the ground and first floors. Between the kitchen and living room is a further storage cupboard and a small reception room which could be used as a study or a quiet reading room, with a door leading out to the rear garden.

First Floor

From the hallway the wooden stairs rise up to the first floor landing with vaulted ceilings and exposed beams throughout, you really do get to see the history of the property. The master bedroom is a generous double room with two fitted wardrobes and an ensuite comprising of a bath with a shower over, WC and basin. Continuing down the landing you will find the two final bedrooms, both of which are double rooms with the second being sizeable with further built-in storage. The family bathroom is beautifully appointed with a bath with shower over, WC and basin.


To the front of the property is a gravelled courtyard which is a real sun trap in the afternoons and makes a great place to sit and unwind with your favourite tipple. To the rear is an enclosed garden which has been laid to lawn with a number of trees, plants and shrubs providing depth and colour. The gazebo is totally private and provides shelter when you're outside enjoying the peaceful surroundings. The single garage is found within a block of timber garages, has power and light connected and also boasts oodles of storage space in the eaves. There are two designated parking spaces, one to the front of the property and one next to the visitors' parking area.




Mains electricity. LPG gas. Mains metered water. Private drainage.

Council Tax Band




Agent's Note

2018 service/maintenance charge was £347 annually for the communal areas and sewerage. The charge will be reviewed 1st May 2020.


Okehampton EX20 4AN
County: Devon
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: DAT01609

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