Located between the villages of Payhembury and Broadhembury the property is in a delightful semi-rural location within the rolling hills of East Devon.
Both picturesque villages of Payhembury and Broadhembury have a Parish Church, pubs, primary school and village stores.
The property is located within the catchment area for The Kings School at Ottery St Mary to the south, whilst a further range of facilities is accessible at Honiton and Cullompton alongside the A30 and M5 respectively for easy road access.DESCRIPTION
Grade II listed for its historical and/or architectural merit the substantial former farmhouse has a wealth of character including inglenook fireplaces and exposed beams. The accommodation includes generous comfortable rooms, which have been upgraded and refurbished by the current owners, whilst some areas provide scope for further improvement.
Of particular note on the ground floor is the wonderful kitchen, adjoining utility/boot room and huge former dairy, as well as the three reception rooms. On the first floor are five bedrooms one with en suite and the 5th bedroom with a separate staircase and the potential to incorporate the adjoining former 'apple room' into dressing room etc subject to consents.OUTSIDE
Set around a large courtyard there are stables, an open fronted garaging and a two storey Linhay as well as a workshop space and further barns.
There is an enclosed kitchen garden and orchard south west of the barns, with the main gardens sweeping around the front and side of the house. Accessed through the courtyard are three paddocks fenced by post and rail with some planted hedging.SERVICES
Mains water and electric. Private drainage.DIRECTIONS
From Honiton head north west to Cullompton on the A373, passing signs to Payhembury and Broadhembury. After passing through the hamlet of Colliton take the next left (after about 1/3 mile). Continue past the barn conversions on your right and the property is on your right.