Property of the Week: Lambrook Farm, Farway
- Credit: Humberts
Lambrook Farm, Ball Lane, Farway
Guide Price: £1,500,000
Agent: Humberts Estate Agents
Agent's Tel: 01404 42456
Lambrook Farm is an exceptionally handsome 16th century Devon longhouse nestled in the picturesque and highly desirable Farway Valley, offering unrivalled peace and quiet.
The house is an ancient grade II listed farmhouse of a traditional build under a thatched roof. The original house has a considerable number of period features such as a circular stair turret with a Tudor arched doorway, heavily beamed sitting and dining rooms, inglenook fireplaces and beautifully worn flagstones to the cross passage.
In more recent years the property has been sympathetically restored and extended and worthy of particular note is the striking, contemporary extension of the kitchen which brings 21st century style to the house. The kitchen, sun room, dining room and family shower room all benefit from underfloor heating.
On the first floor, there's a principal bedroom with an en-suite, three further bedrooms and a family shower room.
The property comes with a superbly presented two-bedroom holiday cottage, providing a very useful source of income. It would work equally well as an annexe for the extended family.
Outside, there's a beautiful cobbled courtyard surrounded by single storey outbuildings that house an office, several stores, a large games room/party barn and a workshop.
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The property sits on a plot of around 12 acres of glorious grounds and paddocks and has equestrian facilities including stabling, a tack room, a yard and a riding arena.
The gardens to the rear of the house are principally laid to lawn and are interspersed with colourful plants and shrubs. There is also a charming paved terrace and a wildlife friendly garden to the east.