About this property

Addendum To Printed Catalogue

An additional lot which is supplementary to the published catalogue.
A 14 day completion applies to this lot.
The Co-operative Bank plc t/a Britannia are unable to sell this property to any person who is a director, staff member, partner or principal of any company in The Co-operative Bank plc t/a Britannia, the auctioneers or selling agents selling the property or this firm.


A unique opportunity to acquire a deceptively spacious six bedroom attached Grade II Listed property in the picturesque rural hamlet of Little Ullcombe. In addition to large garden areas requiring formalisation, with a range of existing outbuildings for repair/replacement immediately surrounding the property, there is also adjacent pasture land of circa 3.5 acres to be included within the sale. The property, whilst in need of complete refurbishment, offers the clear potential subject to any requisite consents for subdivision into two properties, multi generation occupancy, or for the creation of an enviable family home in this idyllic rural location whilst being readily commutable to the A303 and the M5.

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Full Description

Location

Little Ullcombe is a picturesque rural farming hamlet situated on the fringes of the village of Upottery, situated in the Otter Valley and circa 5 miles from the thriving market town on Honiton and being readily commutable to the A303 and in turn the M5.

Ground Floor

Entrance porch, main reception hall, kitchen/diner, sitting room one, inner hallway/snug leading to the sun room, shower room, further hallway leading to dining room, second sitting room and second kitchenette area.

First Floor

Accessed via two staircases and not currently linked: Main Staircase: Landing, Bedroom one with en-suite wc, bedroom two with en-suite wc, bedroom three and bathroom. Second Staircase: Landing, bedroom four with en-suite wc, bedrooms five and six, shower room.

Outside

The main garden lies to the rear of the property and can be accessed from both sides, with an overgrown cottage garden style garden to the right hand side and also access to the garage, along with a right of access to the left of the property, linking the main area of garden lying to the rear which is currently overgrown and requiring clearance works, with a range of outbuildings for repair/replacement, along with an adjacent area of pasture land measuring circa 3.5 acres, with the whole site area measuring circa 1.73 hectares/4.28 acres.

EPC

Energy Efficiency Rating - Exempt

Auction Valuer

Wendy Alexander

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Notes

The Promap shown is for approximate identification purposes only and is not to scale. Measurements have been made using the Promap Mapping Facility, interested parties must make and rely upon their own measurements.

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Reserve Price
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Both the guide price and the reserve price can be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction.

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Little Ullcombe Farm, Little Ullcombe, Upottery, Honiton, Devon

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* Guide Price

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