6 bedroom link detached house for saleBroadclyst, Exeter, Devon
- Beautifully renovated period family house but not listed.
- Peaceful location yet only 3 miles from junction 29 of M5
- Approximately 4 acres of lovely grounds with small lake and stable
- Grand reception rooms with superb features
- Large kitchen breakfast room with AGA
- Utility/boot room and cellar
- Garden room with access to terrace
- 6 bedrooms (4 en suite)
- Fine country views
- Extensive parking and double garage
Brock Hill House is a superb period residence with the original house understood to date from the 1700's although it is not listed. The house has a fine Georgian facade and sits in beautiful grounds adjoining National Trust farmland and extends to 3.98 acres with sweeping lawns and a small lake. The accommodation has been extensively improved by the current owners with a complete new roof, and extended to provide an additional suite of rooms at second floor level. Original features include high ceilings with ornate cornices, a beautiful staircase in the reception hall, marble fireplaces, and shuttered sash windows enjoying fine views across the grounds and farmland. The extensive versatile accommodation is arranged over three levels and extends to approximately 4,790sq ft with 3 reception rooms, 6 bedrooms, 4 en-suites, family bathroom, superb kitchen/breakfast room with Aga, useful utility/boot room and cellar. The property is also being sold with no onward chain.
Brock Hill house occupies an enviable position with a grand tree-lined driveway approach. This imposing residence is set adjoining National Trust farmland on the fringes of this popular village. The setting is both “tucked away” and yet offers great convenience being just over 6-miles away from the centre of the Cathedral city and county town of Exeter, which offers good private and public schools, a red brick university, excellent restaurants and good shopping in Princesshay, as well as a mainline railway station offering a link to London Paddington in just over 2 hours. Junctions to major roads are also within easy reach. Much of the popular village itself is owned by the National Trust, giving an interesting and attractive vernacular. The village also offers a good range of local facilities to include a post office/village store, two public houses, a restaurant, a Church and a sports centre, along with well-regarded primary and secondary schools.
From Exeter exit the city on Pinhoe Road, following the signs for Pinhoe and Broadclyst following the B3181 to take the first turning on the right and proceed on before Clyst Vale Community College on the right and proceed along the private driveway and the property will be found of the left hand side.
An imposing entrance patio with high ceilings, partially exposed pillars and feature stone work floor leads to the double panelled entrance doors to the
Feature high ceiling which continues throughout most of the ground floor with ornate cornice. Dado height panelling to walls. Radiator. A feature arch leads to the inner reception hall, also with feature panelling and beautiful staircase rising to the first floor with feature balustrade and hand rail and a stained glass window above the half landing with Latin motif. Further radiator and large under stairs cupboard.
Feature panelling, radiator, ornate cornice and coat hooks. Access to the ground floor rooms.
Opaque glazed sliding sash window. Ceramic floor tiles. Radiator. WC. Pedestal corner wash hand basin with tiled surround. Picture rail. All the ground floor rooms have feature panelled doors, the first of which leads to the
7.23m x 5.51m
A lovely room with an ornate cornice to the ceiling and two roses. Two large front-facing siding sash windows with working shutters and panelled surrounds enjoying lovely aspects across the sweeping lawns towards the large feature pond and farmland beyond. Feature fireplace with ornate marble surround and mantle over with raised polished slate hearth and inset large log-burning stove. Two radiators. Two sets of glazed French doors also with shutters lead to the
Brock Hill house is set in stunning gardens and grounds which mostly adjoin lovely National Trust farmland and extend to 3.98 acres. There is a lovely tree-lined long driveway approach, over which some neighbouring properties have right of access, that leads to the private pillared entrance gates to the forecourt area in front of the house providing parking for numerous vehicles. Beyond this, in front of the house beautiful broad sweeps of lawn gently slope toward the large private pond/lake surrounded by shrubs, bamboos and mature trees. Beside the lake a path meanders through a wooded area to a large outside store. There is a further enclosed lawn adjoining the expansive paved terrace with mature monkey puzzle tree beside. There is a double garage with twin electric doors along with timber stable and tack room. Additionally, on the other side of the entrance driveway there is a further area of ground.
7.08m x 4.01m
A lovely addition to the accommodation, this room has double glazed windows and two sets of French doors leading to the external terrace. Through these windows and doors terrific views are enjoyed across the grounds toward nearby National Trust farmland and distant countryside. Timber effect flooring. Radiator. Cornice to ceiling.
5.46m x 4.86m
Another pleasant room with two sliding sash windows with working shutters and pleasant views. Feature fireplace with superb marble surround, ornate cast iron inset and raised polished hearth with multi-fuel stove. Cornice to ceiling. Built-in recessed dresser.
7.23m x 5.54m
A particularly spacious and attractive room, providing a good focal point with two large front-facing sliding sash windows with panelling, shutters and views similar to those described in the sitting room. Ornate cornice to ceiling and two ceiling roses. Ceramic floor tiles. Space for large table and chairs. The kitchen area has an attractive range of bespoke floor and wall mounted units with ample areas of polished granite work surface with complimentary tiled splash backs. Inset 5-ring Smeg gas hob with Neff oven below. A matching island unit has an inset 1 ¼ bowl composite sink and single drainer with mixer tap. Space and plumbing for dishwasher as well as a built-in Neff microwave. A recess houses the AGA, set on a quarry tiled plinth with spotlights over. Space for a fridge and two beautiful matching dresser units. There is a side-facing sliding sash window, also with shutters and some outlook as well as two radiators.
5.7m x 3.91m
Doors to the front and rear, one of which gives access to an internal courtyard that also has steps leading down to the cellar. Wall mounted Valliant gas central heating boiler. Floor and wall mounted units with numerous cupboards and drawers and ample areas of timber effect work surfaces with tiled splash backs. Large butler sink. Space and plumbing for washing machine along with further appliance spaces. Radiator.
4.84m x 3.92m
Ornate cornice to ceiling. Feature fireplace with ornate marble surround. Side-facing sliding sash window. Wall lights.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Large landing, being part galleried above the beautiful stairwell and window, with feature balustrade. Ornate cornice to high ceiling. Dado height panelling to walls. Radiator. Turning stairs to the second floor. Feature panelled doors to the first floor rooms.
5.51m x 5.46m
A superb master suite with four shuttered sliding sash window with panelled surrounds and superb views across the grounds and nearby farmland. Feature fireplace with ornate marble surround. Extensive built-in bedroom furniture comprising of wardrobes with cupboard over. Two radiators.
Front-facing sliding sash window and shutters with good views similar and also providing access to the leaded balcony area. Suite with twin pedestal wash hand basins with ceramic tiles over, WC and a large walk-in wet room style shower with ceramic wall and floor tiles beside the large shower area with two shower attachments. Spotlights to ceiling. Radiator.
5.52m x 5.4m
Another lovely spacious room with three sliding sash windows with shutters, and good views. Two radiators. Feature fireplace with ornate tiled surround, and feature inset tiles. Large built-in wardrobe with feature panelled doors and two further cupboards/wardrobes either side. Coving to ceiling.
4.91m x 3.85m
Side-facing sliding sash window with shutters overlooking parts of the grounds. Coving to ceiling. Two radiators.
Proving access to the airing cupboard with slatted shelving and large modern hot water cylinder.
6.14m x 3.59m
Two sliding sash windows with shutters and lovely views towards National Trust farmland. Recess with arched cupboard/wardrobe with beautiful timber doors, fireplace with marble surround and inset tiling.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
Modern suite comprising a pedestal wash hand basin with tiled surround, WC and tiled shower cubicle with large shower head and folding screen. Spotlights. Radiator.
SECOND FLOOR LANDING
A large landing area with sky light, balustrade around the stairwell, access to second floor rooms along with eaves storage space. Radiator.
4.57m x 3.79m
Recessed velux-style window with deep sill and some outlook. Radiator.
4.57m x 3.79m
Recessed velux-style window with deep sill. Radiator.
Large sky light. Modern four piece suite comprising a panelled bath with tiled surround, a large tiled shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and WC. Radiator. Ladder/towel rail.
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