SITUATION & DESCRIPTION
Set along East Hill between the towns of Sidmouth and Ottery St Mary this property enjoys an elevated position with far-reaching panoramic views across the glorious rolling hills of East Devon with views as far reaching as Dartmoor and Exmoor. There are a wealth of paths and bridleways to explore the surrounding countryside.
Built for the current owner, the light and airy accommodation makes the most of the amazing views with large amounts of glazing as well as modern conveniences, such as the under floor heating from the ground source heat pump and integrated sound system
The property is not far from the small town of Ottery St. Mary with its range of facilities as well as the renowned The Kings School, whilst within easy reach to the south is the Regency town of Sidmouth, part way along the Jurassic coast, England's first World Heritage site. Exeter is an easy commute via the A30 and offers a wide range of cultural and educational facilities.ACCOMMODATION
As illustrated in more detail by the 3D tour (please follow the links), the quality accommodation has been finished to a high standard with an engineered oak floor across the ground floor with under floor heating.
On the ground floor the entrance porch has a vaulted ceiling, taking you into an inviting hallway. The sitting room to the south has a wood burning stove and doors opening onto the deck. The views from the L-shaped living room are fantastic. with three glazed doors to the outside. The kitchen is well fitted with timber and granite worktops, a LPG range style cooker and space for fridge, dishwasher and washing machine. Off the hall is a WC.
LED lights illuminate the oak stairs to the first floor, where the engineered oak floor continues. There are three good size double bedrooms each with doors opening onto the west facing balcony, one with en suite shower room. There is also a family bathroom with separate shower. From the largest bedroom (used as a sitting room) another set of stairs runs up to a further room in the eaves used by the owners as a bedroom and store.OUTSIDE
Approached up a short drive, there is a large gravel and concrete area providing lots of space for parking and turning. To the side of the house is an insulated store with the water filtration systems.
South of the house is a large timber frame barn with a total of 2,055 sqft of floor area including part first floor, suitable for a range of alternative uses, subject to consents.
The field which extends east, rises to include a small area of trees at the top, flanked by mature hedge bank and trees to either side. In all the land extends to 2.94 acres (1.19 ha).
A further field with polytunnels, a short distance down the lane, extending to 6.39 acres (2.54ha), is available for an additional £75,000.SERVICES
Mains electric. Private water (rises on the land with treatment system). Private drainage - treatment plant. Ground source heat pump supplying the under floor heating.DIRECTIONS
From the A3052 just outside of Sidmouth head north heading towards Ottery St Mary, at the Bowd Inn. In Wiggaton turn right at the sign showing for Ark Pottery and carry up the hill, go straight over at the first crossroads, at the next crossroads turn right and the property is the first property on the left, marked Farwell mead.