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Staddon House, Staddon Road, Devon
£1,400,000
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Staddon House, Staddon Road, Devon

6 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom | 5 Receptions

£1,400,000

Description

Morris and Bott are proud to offer Staddon House to the market for the first time in over 70 years. This iconic home proudly sits within over 1.6 acres of private grounds in the heart of the village. Staddon House has the potential to be reinstated back into one of North Devon’s most prestigious homes. Having been split into two post war (Staddon and Little Staddon), the home is crying out to be bought back to its former glory and reinstated into one. Any potential purchasers must factor in major expenditure given the extensive renovations required throughout, to not only put your stamp on this iconic home, but to bring it back to a maintained order. In total the property offers 6 generous bedrooms, 5 reception rooms and two kitchens internally, and double garaging/workshop attached.

Key features

  • Iconic Home
  • Stunning Views Across the Estuary
  • Over an 1.5 Acres in the Heart of Appledore
  • In Need of Major Renovations
  • Private Plot
  • First Time to Market in Over 70 Years
  • Grade II Listed
  • Wealth of Character Features
  • 6 Bedrooms
More info

Situated just a stone’s throw from the centre of the charming fishing village of Appledore, with its maze of cobbled streets and picture postcard cottages. Appledore boasts a thriving selection of restaurants, pubs and cafes and its back streets are lined with independent shops and galleries. Westward Ho! with its 2 miles of golden sandy blue flagged beach is just a 2-mile drive and is a favourite with surfers, families, and bathers alike. Protected by the unique natural feature of the pebble ridge, the Northam Burrows Country Park is a popular spot with walkers and cyclists and is also the home of England’s Oldest Golf Club, the Royal North Devon. Barnstaple, the regional centre of North Devon, is approximately 10 miles away, reached via the North Devon link road, offers all the area's main shopping, business, commercial and leisure pursuits. Barnstaple’s train station offers a link to the city of Exeter with connections to London and beyond. Currently split into two independent dwellings, Staddon, and Little Staddon, it is felt that the home would benefit from being reinstated to its original one stately offering. This Grade II listed property still enjoys a wealth of character features and is steeped in its own rich history. The King of Siam is believed to have briefly owned the property at the start of the II World War. Forms the main part of the home and retains much of the homes stately features and impressive proportioned rooms. Comprising of 3 reception rooms, kitchen and 4 bedrooms. Comprising a wing of the property where much of the original features have been hidden/removed. Little Staddon has 2 reception rooms, kitchen and 2 well proportioned bedrooms. Located to the rear of the property is a double garage/workshop that offers access to the courtyard to the rear of the property. The private grounds open out behind the unassuming stone wall that runs along Staddon Road lined with mature trees and shrubs. The grounds measure approximately 1.6 acres and are presented predominantly in lawns with a sweeping driveway to the front of Staddon House, and one to the rear of Little Staddon. ;

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