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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Plymtree, East Devon, Devon, EX15

Sold STC £625,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed 3 bed cottage
  • 32' Kitchen/dining room
  • Sitting Room with inglenook
  • Study, utility and boot room
  • Stables and stores
  • 2.43 Acres (0.98 ha)
  • Additional 3.9 Acres (1.6ha) available

Full description

Substantially extended and improved family home with stables and land. Grade II Listed, 3 Bedroom property with 32' Kitchen/dining room, Sitting Room with Inglenook, study, utility and boot room. Open fronted garage with office / 4th Bedroom over. 2.43 Acres. Additional 3.9 acres available.

Situation - The property is located in wonderful rural location between the villages of Plymtree, Broadhembury and Payhembury. These villages all have well regarded primary schools, pubs, churches, village halls, recreation fields and each with a community run shop. The town of Cullompton (6 miles) has a wider range of shops and facilities including a Tesco supermarket, whilst access can be gained onto the M5 (junction 28). The market town of Honiton also has a good range of amenities. The university and cathedral city of Exeter has the shopping, sports, recreational and night life opportunities that one would expect of a County Capital, together with a wide choice of state and private education, hospitals and Exeter International Airport.
There are railway stations on the London Paddington line at Exeter and Tiverton Parkway (junction 27 of the M5) with stations on the London Waterloo line at Honiton, Feniton and Exeter. The East Devon coast is accessible, lying 11 miles to the south, offering a wide range of recreation opportunities including walking on the coastal path and sailing clubs at Beer and Sidmouth.

Description - This beautiful Grade II listed property has been extensively extended and improved over the years to form a substantial family home. The character of the original house has been refurbished and enhanced alongside quality fixtures and fittings.
The impressive 'L' shaped kitchen/dining room is the heart of this wonderful home, fitted with underfloor heating and locally crafted individual kitchen units. The kitchen is centred around a large island unit with an induction hob and electric ovens, there is a comforting oil-fired Aga, integrated dishwasher and a double Belfast style sink, either side of which is a matt finished granite surface. The large room has French doors opening to the patio and plenty of space for a substantial table and chairs as well as a sofa.
Back into the original part of the house is the sitting room with exposed beams and focused on the stone inglenook fireplace which surrounds a recently installed contemporary wood burner. On the ground floor there is a study, utility room with clay tiled floor and a useful boot room.

The Grounds - A sweeping drive leads to a tarmac parking area for several cars in front of the double garage.
The gardens are set predominantly to the west of the house with a substantial landscaped entertaining space with patio, gravel paths and attractive planting, beyond which is the expansive lawns which are surrounded by mature hedges. The property backs on to open fields with a Devon bank.

Open Fronted Garage And Loft - Attractive open fronted garage of Oak and block construction under a slate roof with a secure workshop/utility space with fitted WC. Accessed via an external stair case the loft is used as an office and gym. To the side is a log store. Behind the building is a small orchard.

Stable Block - The stable block has two good sized loose boxes, a large tack room, two kennels, and a large open fronted store for hay or straw. To the front is a drained concrete yard area, partly enclosed with post and rail fencing.

The Land - Set to the West, beyond the gardens and stable block is a gently sloping paddock. The property with paddock and grounds extends to 2.43 Acres.

Additional Land - An additional attached 3.9 acre paddock is available. There is a separate access to the paddock from road, access to water and electric fencing in place.

Services - Mains water and electric. Private drainage. Oil-fired central heating.

Viewings - Strictly by appointment only.

Directions - From the M5 junction 28, head in an easterly direction along the A373 signposted to Honiton. After going through the dip in Dulford, take the next right hand turn signposted to Talaton. Continue on this road for approximately 2 miles, and take the left turn at Clyst William Cross. The property will be found on the left hand side after a few hundred yards.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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Added on Rightmove:
09 September 2016

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