Half Moon Inn, Devon

13 January 2005 by
Half Moon Inn, Devon
This week's featured property is a classic Devon freehouse and hotel in a delightful village square setting. The Half Moon Inn is near Okehampton, in the picturesque village of Sheepwash, which got its name from the local farmers' practice of washing their sheep in the River Torridge. Constructed of solid stone, the substantial property comprises a dining room with covers for 52, residents' lounge, wine cellar, public bar, snug, pool room and a large commercial kitchen, as well as rod rooms and a fishing tackle shop. The 14 letting rooms are arranged over ground and first floors. The property boasts a number of period features, including flagstone slate floors, open inglenook fireplaces and exposed beams. Also included in the sale are a detached farmhouse, a three-bedroomed house with annexe, a stable block used as letting rooms, car park, paddock, and an unconverted barn. Joint selling agents Westcountry Commercial Business Agents and Stags of Okehampton are marketing the property off a guide price of £1,650,000. For more information contact Gary Cleverdon of Westcountry on 01363 775500, or Mark Berry of Stags on 01837 659420.
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