The popular Saxon village of Sidbury maintains a thriving community and offers a range of amenities including a pub, church, primary school, butcher/village shop and cricket club. Sidbury is within the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and only three miles from the Regency town of Sidmouth to which there are regular bus services.
Sidmouth, noted for its long esplanade, beaches and public gardens, has a range of independent shops and restaurants, a Waitrose and recreational facilities including a swimming pool, sailing club, tennis and croquet club and a popular golf course.
It is only 15 miles to the cathedral city of Exeter with its cultural, shopping and leisure facilities including theatres, a John Lewis store and Sandy Park, home of the Exeter Chiefs.Description
Whiteways is a charming and deceptively spacious cottage in good decorative order throughout. The cottage has been extensively refurbished and modernised retaining the charm of the original cottage with its exposed beams, window seats, delightful fireplace with woodburning stove and solid oak flooring. Due to the location and well presented accommodation the property would make a beautiful holiday home.
The ground floor includes a large reception hall with storage cupboards, stairs to the first floor and and access to the cloakroom, kitchen/dining room and the spacious sitting room. Extending to 22', the sitting room includes a woodburner. From the dining room there is a beamed opening through to the kitchen area providing a fantastic open and light space. The kitchen is extensively fitted with a range of wall and base units and integrated appliances including, a four ring gas hob with extractor over, electric oven, combi-microwave, fridge freezer, washing machine and dryer.
Upstairs are two double bedrooms and the bathroom. The principle bedroom is split level. The lower level may serve as a dressing room or nursery whilst an open tread stairway leads to the mezzanine bedroom above. The second double bedroom features an exposed brick wall and original beams. The bathroom is fitted with a bath/shower, basin, WC, and dual fuel towel rail.Outside
To the rear is the south facing courtyard garden, accessed by glazed double doors from the kitchen/dining room. The courtyard is paved with planted borders and is a sun trap that provides the perfect spot for outside dining.
On Fore Street, to the side of the property, is a small garden enclosed by a low wall with planting.Services
All main services are connected to the property which also benefits from gas fired central heating throughout.Agent Note
It should also be noted the property is subject to flying freeholds whereby part of the adjoining cottages are over the dining room and a section of the sitting room.Directions
From Honiton take the A375 towards Sidmouth and continue for about 7 miles into Sidbury. The property will be found on the left immediately after the church.