A substantial attached 4 bedroom stone barn, with garden and paddock, totalling in all an estimated 2.5 acres, in an open hilltop location, commanding expansive views to Dartmoor.
Worston is a quietly located hilltop hamlet which lies in unspoilt countryside between the A379 and the A38 to the north east of the comprehensively equipped village of Yealmpton. Candleford is an individual and sizable converted barn set off a private drive well away from the public highway enjoying views over many miles of open countryside with the heights of the Dartmoor National Park on the horizon. Various local shops, health centre, two pubs, primary school and many other amenities are to be found in Yealmpton.
Converted in the 1990s the sizable stone residence features a fabulous sitting room with vaulted ceiling and a versatile suite of reception rooms that could be arranged to suit individual requirements which could include (as it has in the past) excellent study/office facilities. The characterful interior includes exposed timbers, thick stone walls, and many retained architectural features.
Rights of Way: A public footpath crosses the property. The adjoining property, Lark Rise, enjoys a right of way for general access across the front drive.
Services: Mains electricity. Private drainage. Water supply from recently installed borehole.
From the A379 to the east of Yealmpton at Dunstone Cross take the road northwards signposted Worston/Wilburton. Almost at the top of the hill, turn right in the direction of Wilburton/ Westlake, and in a short distance take the first turning left (at Wilburton Cross). Proceed up the hill. The entrance drive will be found on the left just after passing the brow of the hill.
Mileages: Plymouth City Centre 9 miles. A38 Devon Expressway 3miles. Yealmpton village 2 miles, Mothecombe Beach 4.5 miles (distances approximate)
The Green, Parsonage Road Newton Ferrers, Plymouth Devon PL8 1AT
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.30pm
Saturday 9.00am to 4.00pm
Sunday viewings by appointment
01752 873 311