Feniton Cottage is tucked away in a delightful courtyard setting with rural views to the back in the centre of Feniton Old Village.
The delightful thriving community includes a church and village hall, whilst benefiting from being within The Kings School catchment. In the newer part of Feniton village, about half a mile further to the west, are a range of facilities including a small supermarket, hairdresser, well regarded primary school, and mainline rail station (on the London Waterloo line).
Honiton, to the east, and Ottery St. Mary, to the south, are equidistance, with a good range of amenities. Exeter is an easy commute to the west via the A30 and offers a wide range of cultural and educational facilities. The south coast at Sidmouth is about 8 miles away.DESCRIPTION
Feniton Cottage is part of the Grade II Listed former Rectory to the village, which is believed to date back to approximately 1600. The many period and architectural features have been enhanced and improved including fireplaces, beams, and in a later part, elegant proportions with sash windows, picture rails and a period brick fireplace.
The rooms are well laid out with a comfortable kitchen incorporating a range of units, a central island breakfast unit, an old fireplace and door leading down to a large cellar. The dining room has a fireplace and door to the rear, whilst the large sitting room is part of the 19th century wing with high ceilings, a brick fireplace with wood burning
stove and French doors to the garden. There is a downstairs WC and rear hall with the stairs to the first floor.
There are three double bedrooms, the main bedroom has a dressing room with stunning views to the garden and en suite shower room. There is a lovely family bathroom.OUTSIDE
The shared drive runs into the cobble courtyard where there is a single garage/workshop which has studio/study space over.
To the rear of the house a patio leads through to a long garden laid to lawn with large herbaceous borders, shrubs and summerhouse. A gate leads through to the kitchen garden, with several raised beds and a compost area.
To the side is a pedestrian path and an additional small lawn area with picket fencing.SERVICES
Mains electric, water and drainage.DIRECTIONS
Heading in a westerly direction from Honiton on the A30 take the first exit signposted Ottery St Mary. Proceed along the old A30 and take the first right turn signposted Feniton. Proceed for approximately 1 mile entering Feniton Old Village. Turn right at the
green triangle into Curscombe Lane and then take the first left hand lane up into the courtyard.