- Entrance Hall with Boot Room and Cloakroom
- Bespoke Oak Kitchen/breakfast Room and Utility Room
- Sitting Room with Morso wood burning stove and Dining Room with views of the garden
- Drawing Room with views overlooking the grounds
- Master Bedroom with En suite Bathroom
- Guest Bedroom with En suite Shower Room
- Two further Double Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom
- Stable block and Double Carport with gated parking
- Beautiful gardens & Grounds of 5.5 acres
A beautifully appointed and spacious family home, with modern outbuildings, ideal for business or residential use, enjoying a private rural situation set in grounds of circa 5.5acres.
Worthy Moor House is a beautifully restored family home, which provides spacious, light and airy accommodation and is presented in excellent order throughout. The substantial property includes 3 reception rooms, all of which face south and enjoy lovely views over the garden. There is a bespoke and beautifully appointed solid oak kitchen/breakfast room, large utility, cloakroom and boot room. On the first floor is a master bedroom with en suite bath/shower room, a guest bedroom with en suite shower room, 2 further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The majority of the house is double glazed and there is oil-fired central heating.
Across from the main house is the detached modern Workshop/Studio/Office Outbuilding which has been professionally improved by the current owners. It benefits from the installation of a separate (Phase 3) electricity supply for either business or residential use.The adjacent detached Double Car Port provides parking for two vehicles with socket suitable for charging a hybrid or electric vehicle. The large driveway provides ample parking and has a gated entrance.
There is also a detached Stable Block with an insulated room constructed to house the borehole water supply equipment. Adjacent to the stables are mature apple trees and a productive vegetable plot.
Gardens and Grounds
The gardens and grounds are a special feature of the property extending to 5.5 acres, bordered with mature hedge rows, established trees and surrounded by deer proof fencing providing a good degree of privacy and security There are formal south facing gardens close to the house with large level lawns, security lighting and well stocked borders planted with specimen plants and shrubs. The spacious sun terrace provides a lovely suntrap and is perfect for summer al fresco dining with views overlooking the gardens and pond. There is also a wisteria clad pergola planted with scented roses benefitting from countryside views. The wildlife gardens include two further ponds and the current owners have created lovely walkways throughout the woodland areas with its established trees and wild flowers.
Worthy Moor House is situated about 1 mile from the village of Rackenford, with nearby Witheridge providing an excellent range of shops including a Medical Centre and Veterinary Practice. Rackenford benefits from a Community Shop/Post Office and Off Licence, Church of England Primary School, 14th Century Church and pub.
Tiverton is about a 10 minute drive away and provides an excellent range of shopping and other amenities.
It has excellent state and private schooling including 'Blundell's Preparatory and Senior School' and the 'Petroc College of Further and Higher Education'. Tiverton has a direct link onto the M5 (J27) – with excellent connecting routes to Bristol, London and the Home Counties, while Taunton and Exeter are about a 40 minute drive. Tiverton Parkway mainline railway station (2 hours to London) is about a 10 minute drive from Tiverton.
The property's location also provides access onto the A361 North Devon Link road with the market town of South Molton just a short 10 minute drive. The A361 also has routes to beautiful Exmoor National Park, the coast of Woolacombe Bay renowned for its surfing and sandy beaches.
From Tiverton take the North Devon link road (A361) west towards Barnstaple. At Stonelands Cross junction, take the left turn signposted Rackenford, Templeton and Loxbeare. After a short distance at the T junction, turn right signposted Rackenford 2 miles. After around a mile and a half at the grass triangle and war memorial ignore the left turn to Rackenford and Witheridge and bear to the right passing Rackenford Club on the left. After a further half a mile on a sharp left hand bend, turn immediately right signposted Knowstone and Molland. Proceed along the road, and after left and right hand bends, Worthy Moor House is on the left.