Property in Ashreigney
A fine contemporary home privately set in a stunning wooded valley. Approaching 4000 sq ft of high quality, light and spacious accommodation. Additional one bed holiday cottage providing a useful income. Stream bordered woodland and pasture. Total about 30 acres. EPC Band C20 3
A stunning and spacious farmhouse, situated in approximately 15 acres of gardens and pasture land with a 2 BEDROOM HOLIDAY COTTAGE and further outbuildings with potential for conversion (stpp). Idyllic rural location with stunning countryside views. EPC Farmhouse F and Cottage G.25 3
An executively designed 5 bedroom family home having 2 reception rooms plus a study, kitchen diner, 2 ensuite bedrooms, DOUBLE GARAGE and enclosed garden. Open fields to the rear affording stunning countryside view. EPC C.16 1
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£610 pcm (£141 pw) Fees apply
A newly decorated three bedroom mid terrace home in the pretty village of Ashreigney. Gas central heating, double glazing, two parking spaces and patio area.Pet considered. Council Tax Band 'B'. EPC=C. Tenant Fees Apply; 216.00 application fee. 96.00 for each additional applicant or...11 1
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Stags estate and letting agents office in Barnstaple is in a high profile location, centrally situated close to Butcher's Row and the Pannier Market, and diagonally opposite the Queens Theatre. The office conducts the sale and letting of all town, village and country property and land throughout North Devon.
As the regional office, Barnstaple works closely with Stags' two other North Devon offices at Bideford and South Molton. The Barnstaple office covers an area from Instow to West Exmoor, and inland to meet the boundary of South Molton. This includes an extensive stretch of coastline, as well as the Taw and Torridge Estuaries, which keeps the firm's Waterside Property Department extremely busy. North Devon is a wonderful place to live, work and visit. It is special for its people, its culture and its beautiful environment - most of it is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Sales: 01271 457933
Lettings: 01271 457933
Fine & Country (Homes from Webbers) specialize in the sale of Country, Coastal, Equestrian, Village and Town property across the West Country and indeed across the UK priced from £400,000 to £12 Million. Based from over 300 UK and international locations, Fine & Country are able to offer West Country property owners a truly local, regional, national and international property service unrivalled by so many other agents.
With local experts on hand throughout our branch network of local Webbers Offices and with specialist staff on hand across North Devon, Somerset and Cornwall, you can be rest assured that your home will be marketed with the very best local knowledge and national expertise. Napoleon Wilcox FNAEA and Peter McHugh FRICS head up Webbers Fine & Country ably assisted by Andrew Jeffery in Bodmin, Cornwall as well as a team of Managers and staff across the 15 office branch network.
With extensive National Advertising within the Sunday Times and Saturday Telegraph as well as comprehensive local and regional marketing Fine & Country offer extensive property exposure as well as one of the largest ranges of Web/Property Portal coverage across numerous web sites.
For an Award Winning Service and a FREE PROPERTY CONSULTATION, with no obligation on your part, then please contact your local Webbers or Fine & Country Office across the West Country.
Sales: 01805 447989
Established in 1924, Webbers estate agents are a national award winning, independent estate agency, voted in the Top 3 estate agents in the UK for customer service in 2014. We have 16 West Country offices for residential sales in North Devon, West Somerset, Exmoor and Cornwall. Our exclusive Fine & Country marketing enables us to put our property in Park Lane, right in the heart of London, offering fabulous market exposure. In addition, with specialist departments for Commercial Property, Survey & Professional and New Homes, we deliver a comprehensive property service, with an enviable reputation as professionals in property.
Great Torrington is a small, welcoming town, steeped in history and set in an impressive situation with spectacular views. The town is surrounded by 365 acres of common-land and also gives direct access onto the Tarka Trail cycleway.
The houses for sale in Torrington are accompanied by a range of individual shops, schools for children up to the age of 16, The Plough Arts Centre that hosts a varied programme of films, music and theatre and a variety of tourist attractions, and a good mix of both modern and older homes from traditional terraced homes to detached, executive-style houses.
Sales: 01805 447990
Lettings: 01805 447990