Covered porch giving way to part glazed solid door to
CROSS PASSAGE HALLWAY
A fabulous through passage from front to rear with original oak plank and muntin screen. Exposed ceiling beams. Door to covered courtyard area.
14' 1'' x 10' 10'' (4.29m x 3.30m)
Another very characterful room with open fire place. Views over surrounding countryside. Original 17th century ornate wedding ceiling moulding.
17' 1'' max x 12' 1'' (5.20m x 3.68m)
A light and airy dual aspect room with rear aspect original 15th century mullion window, over courtyard. Front aspect, countryside views. Fireplace recess with oak lintel housing oil fired Aga. Rage of base and eye level units. Timber worktops.
16' 9'' x 10' 7'' Shortens to 8' 4'' (5.10m x 3.22m)
8' 0'' x 6' 1'' (2.44m x 1.85m)
22' 10'' x 12' 0'' (6.95m x 3.65m)
FIRST FLOOR LANDING ONE
15' 8'' x 8' 3'' Extends to 11' 3'' (4.77m x 2.51m)
Fabulous countryside views.
11' 8'' max' x 9' 1'' (3.55m x 2.77m)
12' 8'' x 8' 6'' Into sloping ceilings (3.86m x 2.59m)
Room partially lit by original mullion window. Room accessed from bedroom three and also has access from bathroom via landing two (see floor plan).
Accessed from sitting room and bathroom.
14' 7'' x 10' 9'' max (4.44m x 3.27m)
Including fitted cupboard.
Little Hackworhty is accessed via the half mile long farm track and is the only residential property that uses the track. The other user is a local farmer for access to his fields and there are also a couple of barns, one attached to Little Hackworthy which are separately owned and one is currently let to the present owner. As you approach the property and take the left fork, this leads up to the property where there is hardstand parking for numerous vehicles. The rear access passes through the grounds, comprising a sloping grass paddock and about 1 acre of native woodland which is bordered by a stream and pond. The woodland contains a variety of semi-mature native trees and there are a number footpaths running through it. There are a various cider apple trees, all west country varieties. The drive to the right of the property leads to the front of Little Hackworthy, where it reduces to a track to the neighbouring farm, Great Hackworthy. To the side of the house is an area of level lawn which sweeps round to the front of the property where there is again an area of level lawn.
24' 8'' x 28' 1'' approx (7.51m x 8.55m)
The barn is of stone and cob elevations beneath a galvanised iron roof and has a soldi wood door to the courtyard and a further solid wood window with a v view to the courtyard and a side aspect window with views to the paddock. The barn is believed to have been the detached kitchen where food would have been prepared and then taken over to the Hall. There is a substantial inglenook fireplace with oak lintel and brick surround housing bread oven with cast iron door. The floor is of concrete and light and power are connected. This building has vaulted ceilings an exposed structural timbers and would lend itself to a wide variety of uses such as a home office or annexe for dependent relative (subject to gaining relevant consents).
We do not suggest planning consent will be granted, but subject to necessary consents, the barn would make a stunning addition to the house and are highlighting it as potential only and prospective buyers must make their own enquiries prior to contract.