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Stunning grounds

By Western Morning News  |  Posted: September 07, 2012

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Fursdon Farmhouse is a detached five-bedroom, two bathroom ex-church commission property with three reception rooms, garage, outbuildings and pasture land. Period features include fireplaces, flagstone flooring and sash windows with working shutters.

From the traditional open-fronted porch, synonymous with many of the ex-church commission properties, a substantial front door opens into a charming entrance hall.

The hall is welcoming and has a fine staircase rising to the first floor with the traditional sash window over the stairwell.

The spacious drawing and dining rooms are dual-aspect with excellent ceiling heights and afford spectacular views to the countryside.

The large pantry still retains many period features, including the flagstone flooring.

The kitchen is well appointed and has a range-style cooker with the traditional clothes drier over and large slate flagstones floor and a back staircase to what would have been the farm staff quarters.

On the first floor are five good-sized bedrooms, two bathrooms and a guest cloakroom, with the master bedroom and bedroom two being generous-size dual-aspect rooms.

Outside is access to the cellars. Additionally there is a workshop, green house, stables with tack room and a double garage. The mature gardens include an orchard, vegetable area and pasture land – about 4.34 acres in all.

Fursdon Farmhouse is available from Marchand Petit's Totnes office (01803 847979) at the guide price of £1,100,000.

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