Millbrook Farm, listed Grade II, is built of stone elevations under a half hipped thatched roof which was rethatched in 2013.
It is believed that farm dates back to the early 1800's and was one of the main dairy farms within the parish of Axminster with local history records last showing the farm being run until the 1940's.
Under the watchful eye of the current owners Millbrook Farm has been tastefully renovated and restored to its former glory.
The sympathetic remodelling of this now fine detached residential house incorporates many of the original character features with the advantage of today's home comforts.
Of particular note is the exposed beam work, oak panelling and an impressive inglenook.
Each of the three reception rooms enjoy plenty of natural light with either double or triple aspect windows as well as fireplaces.
The kitchen has been finished with bespoke oak base units with integrated appliances, range cooker and a central island.
Tiled flooring runs through to a useful rear lobby.
A modern double glazed adjoins the main sitting room, while a former outbuilding has been converted into a multipurpose utility.
To the first floor are four double bedrooms, two of which include en-suite shower rooms and built in wardrobes.
The refitted family bathroom is located off of the main landing, along with an interlinking room that is currently being utilised as a study.
The main house measures in excess of 2500 sq feet and due to its current layout could lend its self to provide further room lets.
Wooden doubled glazed windows and a gas fired central heating system have been installed throughout.
Current Holiday Letting Rooms/Planning PermissionThe former double garage has been converted into two double bedroom letting rooms with en suite shower facilities.
In 2005 planning permission was granted for three single storey two bedroom self catering holiday units and for the conversion of the double garage whilst retaining the adjoining workshop.
Details of the plans can be found by visiting the East Devon planning website, ref 05/2398/ful or by visiting our office in Trinity Square.