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Features

  • Renovated Devon longhouse
  • 2.75 acres
  • South facing gardens
  • Stable yard and tack rooms
  • Quadruple bay garage
  • Private driveway with turning circle
  • Four double bedrooms
  • Large kitchen diner
  • Fantastic scenic location
  • Close to Blundells School

Nearest Stations

  • Tiverton Parkway Rail Station - 2.3 miles

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A beautiful Devon longhouse situated within 2.75 acres of paddocks; including stables, four bay garage and immaculate wraparound gardens. Fully renovated throughout to a fantastic condition, Neddycott is an incredible family home in a beautiful rural setting.

Description
A large stone-walled driveway entrance with stunning stone pillars greets you from a country lane and leads you down an immaculate driveway to the beautiful 18th Century property. The driveway leads you down to a raised lower bed acting as a turning circle, with ample parking surrounding it.

A patio path leads you to the front door, with lawn either side. The front door has a striking stain glass window with 'Neddicott' written within it. Opening into the vast entrance hallway with large slate tile flooring running through to meet with the bottom of the carpeted stairs. Another impressive stain glass door to the right leads into the kitchen diner which hosts a number of fantastic features throughout. Starting with the Oxford blue rayburn, two double pantries, integrated appliances, extensive island and space for a table to seat ten, this room offers everything and more providing the perfect space to host family or friends for dinner. For the summer months, patio doors open out at one end, stepping down to the front garden, whilst intricate lead patterned windows overlook the pasture to the rear of the property from the Belfast kitchen sink. A utility room and boot room sits off the kitchen, providing space for a washing machine and tumble drier as well as external access for kicking off boots or bringing home a mucky pup!

Back to the entrance hallway, the lounge door opens to the left. This substantial room benefits from fresh thick grey carpet which invites you in. Wooden beams line the ceiling and another thick beam creates a feature above the fireplace. A wood pellet burner sits in the inglenook fireplace on a stone hearth at the end of the room. Benefiting from three windows, this room can be as light or as cosy as you like. Patio doors step down onto the garden path ahead of the front lawn.

From the entrance hall, there is an understairs cupboard as well as an internal corridor to a downstairs bathroom with a walk in shower, WC and hand basin. Furthermore, another room provides space for complete versatility - currently used as a gym by the vendors, this would work perfectly as a home office or even a 5th bedroom.

Carpeted stairs lead you to the first floor, where rear aspect windows provide a substantial amount of natural light along the hallway. There are four double bedrooms upstairs which all benefit from front aspect views over the paddocks. Due to the property being south facing, the bedrooms make the most of the natural light that streams in. The family bathroom is situated between the bedrooms and has been renovated beautifully with a large walk in shower with rainfall shower head, a stand alone oval shaped bath overlooking the gardens through the decorative window. Grey panelled tiles line the walls and bring comfort to the room and create a perfect place to relax.

Outside
Outside, there are a range of stunning outbuildings. Beginning with the stable yard, there are two large stables and two tack rooms, situated either side of the stables. An open end storage to the right provides enough height to store machinery or a horse trailer. There are two further single height storage sheds and a quadruple bay garage with sliding doors.

The surrounding gardens beautifully wrap around the house. The current vendors have made the most of the south facing garden with a patio to one side, styling a large hot tub, outdoor furniture and parasol. A picturesque thatched roof well sits in the garden, which still provides water for the home. The orchard is accessed through a wooden gateway from the garden and leads into another larger meadow to the back. A further three paddocks surround the house, individually fenced and accessed from the stable yard or driveway.

In summary, Neddycott is a stunning family home which is privately tucked away benefiting from ample outside space and stunning interiors. For anyone looking to escape to the countryside and soak up stunning rural views, this property is well worth a look!

Services & Council tax
Private water source from well in the garden.
Soakaway septic tank.
Oil central heating.
Council tax band G.

Sales enquiries
If you have any enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact the office on 01884 257997 or email us at sales@weldenedwards.co.uk.

Disclaimer
Whilst every attempt has been made to ensure our sales particulars are accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property, and accordingly, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to clarify the position for you.

Property Ref: 16826952

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