Lower East Lyn Farm is a historic and beautifully located property which stands above the East Lyn Valley commanding fine northerly views from the grounds over the Exmoor coastline and the Bristol Channel towards the Welsh mountains.
The house itself dates in part back to the 12th century and sits within the grounds of the former East Lyn Manor, which was mentioned in the Doomsday Book. The house has been modernised by the present owners to provide a most attractive and well-appointed family home. Period features include exposed beams, flagstone floors, dado rails, and panelling whilst the kitchen and bathroom contain modern fixtures and fittings.
Accommodation comprises: hall, sitting room, living room, dining room, lounge, office, kitchen/breakfast room and four bedroom suites plus a further duplex bedroom suite.
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Lawned gardens surround the house with mature trees and shrubs together with flower beds, climbing plants and roses. To the rear of the house and adjoining the study there is a paved north and west-facing terrace, with a further terrace to the front. The farmland lies in the main to the south and west of the house and comprises around 100 acres. The ridge to the north west has superb views of the East Lyn Valley and the Bristol Channel and leads to woodland running down to Ladycombe Lake a wonderful Devon Valley.
The property comes with outbuildings including a shippen and a two storey stone-built barn.
The farmhouse is very near to Lynton and Lynmouth, both of which have good local shopping facilities, schools, banks and other facilities with Minehead and Barnstaple both around 30 miles away. The area offers numerous walks, excellent riding and coves and beaches along the North Devon coastline.
The guide price is £1,795,000. For further information please contact Jackson-Stops & staff on 01271 377833.