Palmerhayes Farm is a 16th Century farmhouse set on the slopes of an Iron Age Hill Fort owned by the National Trust in the Blackdown Hills. A typical cross-passage farmhouse, the property has been completely renovated in the past 18 months to provide a charming home. Period features include inglenook fireplaces and exposed roof timbers and beams.
Accommodation in total comprises: spacious drawing room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility/boot room, cloakroom and upstairs the principal bedroom suite and three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The house comes with an original stone barn which is currently used as a detached studio/office, as well as a substantial stone barn used for storage and a further timber-fronted barn as well as a lean-to greenhouse.
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Outside the gardens are extremely pretty and include expanses of gently sloping lawns, and a lovely south-facing terrace. There is a small spinney area and the kitchen garden lies to the west and has a variety of vegetable beds and a soft fruit cage, and a small orchard with a range of traditional eating and cooking apples lies to the south west, all in just over an acre.
The house is located a mile from the peaceful village of Luppit with its ancient church, farms and cottages and a good village community. Honiton is just four miles away and has a train line into London Waterloo, and Taunton, which has trains into Paddington, is 18 miles distant.
The guide price is £975,000. For further information please contact Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01823 325144 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.