An impressive Grade II Listed former rectory with stabling, set in approximately 1.1 acres, in a popular location. This handsome and substantial Grade II Listed house offers more than 5,000 square feet of beautifully presented accommodation. Set in the small Devon village of Black Torrington, the property displays white rendered elevations and is set in a splendid garden of over an acre, while inside, the décor is elegant and understated, with high quality fittings. The ground floor has six well-proportioned reception rooms, including the sitting room, dining room and drawing room, each of which have south-facing aspects – the sitting...room and drawing room with large bay sash windows. There is also a study and an office with a fitted desk and storage space, while the breakfast room has wooden flooring, French doors opening onto the garden and bespoke fitted sideboards. The kitchen is a superb, light and airy space, with its vaulted ceiling, timber beams, shaker-style units and granite worktops. The kitchen is fitted with an integrated electric double oven, AGA and a semi-circular breakfast bar, incorporating an original copper.The first floor has a generous-sized principal bedroom with extensive built-in wardrobes and an en suite shower room. There are a further six bedrooms on the first floor, all of which are doubles, with one including an en suite shower room. There is also a large family bathroom, with a separate shower unit. Local Authority: Torridge District Council. Services: Mains electricity and water. Private septic tank drainage. Council Tax: Band G. The property is approached via a private driveway, which provides plenty of parking space at the front of the house, as well as access to the garage and stables. The side and rear garden is west and south-facing, with paved terracing and an area of lawn, bordered by shrubs, flowerbeds and a variety of trees. To the front there is a border hedgerow and part-walled kitchen garden, with a greenhouse and fruit trees. At the foot of the garden is a delightful copse which provides a haven for local wildlife.
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