The property enjoys a picturesque elevated situation amidst lightly wooded and open rolling countryside within the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Set in an accessible position between the market town of Honiton to the north and the regency, coastal town of Sidmouth to the south.
Located on the edge of the parish of Sidbury this good community has a range of local shops and services including a pub, village shop, butchers, primary school and church. The Jurassic coast, England's first World Heritage site, is accessible at nearby Beer, Branscombe, Sidmouth and Lyme Regis.ACCOMMODATION
The adaptable accommodation includes a spacious hall, three bedrooms, large lounge with wood burning stove and patio doors, as well as a semi-open plan kitchen/ dining room, utility room and two bathrooms.
Adjoining the bungalow is a substantial double garage /workshop with an additional cloakroom.OUTSIDE
Access from Hatway Hill, there is a parking area for several cars. The generous lawns are largely level wrapping around from west to the eastern elevations of the bungalow creating an attractive and low maintenance garden surrounded by mature hedge banks and fences with a number of mature trees.
There is a recently installed garden room plus two substantial Larch clad sheds each with a concrete base and lined as well as with electric connected. The larger shed has a telephone point with the smaller housing the water treatment systems.AIRSTRIP AND BUILDING
The land has been farmed for sheep and silage as well as being used as a private airstrip for the last 36 years by the owner and occasional visiting aircraft. There are two runways, each about 550m long, and a large adaptable farm building measuring approximately 60 by 40 feet of steel portal frame construction. This has a high quality professionally laid smooth concrete floor, a washroom and bespoke sliding folding doors along one elevation providing easy access and has been used as a hanger and workshop. Please note there is no specific planning permission for use as an airstrip or storage of aircraft etc. More airfield data can be seen on www.farwaycommon.comSERVICES
Mains electric, private water and drainage. Broadband available although fast internet speeds via 4G.VIEWING
Viewings by appointment only.DIRECTIONS
At the Hare and Hounds Inn on the A375 between Honiton and Sidmouth head East onto the Seaton Road. After 1.9 miles turn right at the crossroads onto Hatway Hill, a single-track lane heading towards Sidbury. Moorlands farm is the second building on the left-hand side.