Stoke Gabriel sits on the River Dart and offers a range of local attractions and facilities including a primary school, post office/newsagents, general store, a church, two public houses and a riverside café.
The ancient market town of Totnes is a short drive away. Totnes is a celebrated and diverse South Hams town with an interesting range of shops, hotels and restaurants, cafes, art galleries and excellent educational and recreational provisions. In addition, the town benefits from a mainline station to London Paddington and the beautiful South Devon coast is within short motoring distance.
Tucked away in a rural position is this collection of spacious barns that offers potential for further development for investment or extended family living in a peaceful and idealistic spot.
Accessed via a panelled wooden door into the:
Staircase leading to first floor. Tiled flooring which extends throughout the ground floor area. Wooden framed double glazed doors leading through to the lounge and wooden door giving access to the:
Contains a two piece suite which comprises a wall mounted wash hand basin with tiled splashback and low level flush W.C. Wall mounted extractor fan and tiled flooring which extends through from the hallway.
26' 10'' x 15' 8'' (8.17m x 4.77m)
A triple aspect room with wooden framed double glazed windows to front and side aspects in addition to wooden framed double glazed doors giving access to the rear garden. Exposed stone inglenook style fireplace incorporating a brick hearth and housing a cast iron solid fuel burner. Beamed ceiling, radiator and exposed wood flooring.
15' 10'' x 11' 5'' (4.82m x 3.47m)
Accessed via brick archways which allow natural light from the hallway. Contains a wooden framed double glazed stable door which gives access to the rear garden. Beamed ceiling, radiator and tiled flooring.
15' 10'' x 16' 5'' (4.82m x 5m)
A farmhouse style kitchen containing a matching range of wall and floor mounted units with roll edge worksurface over incorporating a single stainless steel sink drainer unit with mixer tap over. Space for free standing electric oven, Raeburn, space for dishwasher, space for free standing fridge freezer. Wooden framed double glazed windows to side and rear aspects, beamed ceiling and tiled flooring.
FIRST FLOOR GALLERY LANDING
A wooden framed double glazed window to front aspect, exposed beamed ceiling, laminate flooring and doors giving access to:
14' 3'' x 12' 1'' (4.35m x 3.69m)
Exposed beamed ceiling, wooden framed double glazed window to side aspect, a walk in wardrobe, radiator, laminate flooring and door to:
Contains a matching two piece suite which comprises a corner cubicle with mains provided shower over and low level flush W.C. Wall mounted extractor fan and laminate flooring which extends from the bedroom.
11' 6'' x 9' 6'' (3.51m x 2.89m)
Contains exposed beamed ceiling, a wooden framed double glazed window to rear aspect, radiator and carpeted flooring.
15' 7'' x 11' 2'' (4.74m x 3.41m)
Contains an exposed beamed ceiling, skylight window, radiator and exposed wood flooring
11' 7'' x 16' 4'' (3.54m x 4.99m)
Contains a wooden framed double glazed obscured window to side aspect, in addition to a skylight window to front aspect. Exposed beam ceiling, radiator and stripped wood flooring.
The rear garden has been enclosed on all sides by a combination of hedgerow and stone walling, having mostly been laid to lawn with a raised paved patio enjoying far reaching countryside views. The rear garden boasts a wooden built storage shed and houses the oil tank which runs the central heating system. The rear garden also benefits from a selection of shrubs, bedding plants and small trees for decoration.
Barn three currently has planning permission to be converted to an attached four bedroom dwelling, (planning reference number: 52/2315/06/F)
GROUND FLOOR ROOM
57' 1'' x 16' 4'' (17.40m x 4.98m)
The ground floor of the barn has wooden framed double glazed windows and doors which are directed to the front and rear aspects of the property. Water and electricity.
The first floor is currently partially converted with the first room measurement being 5.11m x 4.01m. The second room measurement is 13.38m x 4.68m. Room two has a plaster boarded ceiling allowing for exposed beams, plaster boarded walls and a boarded floor. This part of the barn benefits from twin wooden framed double glazed windows to the front aspect, in addition to a double glazed wooden framed skylight window, also to the front aspect.
To the front is a gated courtyard area which offers parking for approximately 4-5 vehicles if required.
From Totnes take the A385 to Paignton, turn right at the Parker's Arms, continue on this road going past 2 holiday parks. At the sign for Galmpton & Waddeton turn left, carry on until you see Higher Well Holiday Camp on the right then a sign for "Swallow Barns".