Tovehayne Farm is an outstanding period property with over eight acres set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Thought to date from the Victorian period, this handsome farmhouse is built of local flintstone under a recently re-slated roof.
The house has a number of period features including flagstone floors and a huge old inglenook fireplace, in which sits a Ryaburn. Accommodation is well-proportioned and comprises: hall, cloakroom, two reception rooms, farmhouse kitchen, old dairy, and upstairs four bedrooms, a family bathroom and a shower room.
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Outside, the gardens lie principally to the south and are mainly laid to lawn, with areas of orchard and a soft fruit cage. The house also has a large paved terrace – a paddock lies to the west and south of here with a small area of woodland and a pond. The grounds extend to over eight acres. There is also a small farmyard.
Tovehaye Farm is located just over a mile from Honiton in Devon, which has direct trains into London Waterloo, and a good range of independent shops. Exeter is 19 miles to the west.
The guide price is £650,000. For further information please contact Chesterton Humberts on 01404 42456 or visit www.chestertonhumberts.com.
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