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SOLD: Monkton Court House, Monkton, Honiton, Devon

SOLD: Monkton Court House, Monkton, Honiton, Devon - 10th July 2018

UNIQUE LIFESTYLE OPPORTUNITY - SUBSTANTIAL CHARACTER 4 BEDROOM FAMILY HOME WITH TWO EN-SUITE LETTING ROOMS, AND PLANNING PERMISSION TO CONVERT SIX ADDITIONAL LETTING ROOMS.

MONKTON COURT HOUSE MONKTON, HONITON, DEVON, EX14 9QH

Stonesmith of Exeter are delighted to have sold this unique lifestyle home and income opportunity. Monkton Court House is a substantial character 4 bedroom family home which currently offers 2 high quality en-suite letting bedrooms with potential to convert some adjacent garages and store rooms and create a further 6 en-suite letting bedrooms if so desired.

Located in a prominent landmark trading position adjacent to the A30, a busy tourist and commuter route into and out of the Westcountry, Monkton Court House lies within the Otter Valley on the edge of the Blackdown Hills, which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and surrounded by unspoilt Devonshire countryside

This high quality and recently refurbished property briefly comprises:- large open plan split level Lounge and Dining Room, attractive and recently refitted quality Kitchen and Breakfast Room; Boot Room/Utility Room with WC. 4 good sized Bedrooms (2 EnSuite), and a quality Family Bathroom. Additionally there are 2 high quality ground floor En-Suite Letting Bedrooms each with independent access. To the rear of the property is an Enclosed Private Walled Garden with views over the Devon countryside and an outlook over the Blackdown Hills and incorporating a Bricked Patio Area.

An adjoining row of Garages and Store Rooms benefits from planning consent with change of use to create a further 6 letting bedrooms with designated parking areas.

The freehold property was sold off an asking price of 595,000. Details of other properties on the market with Stonesmith are available from the website www.stonesmith.co.uk and viewings arranged by calling 01392 201262.

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Jim Hannan - Previous owner Cafe at 36, Exeter