This farmhouse for sale dates back to the Georgian era and offers “beautiful” countryside views.
Oxencombe Farm, in Chudleigh, has 1800s origins and sits in more than three and a half acres of grounds.
On the ground floor, there are two reception rooms, one being a dual aspect sitting room with an exposed stone fireplace and French doors.
The second reception room is currently used as a dining room with display niches and inglenook cupboards.
Also on this level is a spacious kitchen with a Rayburn cooker, a study, and a cloakroom.
Moving upstairs, there are four bedrooms, the principal of which has countryside views and another featuring an en-suite shower room, while the rest of the rooms are served by a family bathroom.
Adjoining the main house is a cottage which could be used as a holiday let or as a wing where friends or family could stay.
The cottage comprises an open plan living space with a wood burner, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outside, the gardens and grounds are split into various areas, with a yard to the front providing parking space.
To the rear and sides of the house are lawns with shrubs, described as a “haven” for birdlife, along with a summerhouse and kennels.
As well as this, there is an orchard with fruit trees, and to the west is a paddock, while the cottage benefits from a private courtyard.
There is also a range of outbuildings, which are currently used for stabling and storage, and offer “great” potential.
The property is being sold by Stags for a guide price of £1,000,000.
The agent said: “Oxencombe Farm is an attractive detached residence in an unspoilt position, enjoying beautiful views over the surrounding grounds and countryside beyond. It originates from the Georgian period with further additions and alterations in recent years. The unlisted property has been in the same family ownership for nearly 30 years.
“This is an exciting opportunity to purchase a well maintained yet unmodernised house but perfectly primed and ready to be updated with so much scope to create a beautiful family home.”