3 Bedroom Terraced
Clayhidon, Cullompton

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Welcome to this charming property located in the picturesque village of Clayhidon, Cullompton. This delightful house boasts 2 reception rooms, perfect for entertaining guests or simply relaxing with your loved ones. With 3 comfortable bedrooms a family bathroom and a downstairs washroom, there is ample space for the whole family to enjoy.

Situated in a tranquil rural location nestled in the Blackdown Hills, this property offers a peaceful lifestyle away from the hustle and bustle of the city whilst still being within short driving distance of amenities. The highlight of this property is the general purpose agricultural barn, which has the potential for a change of use (subject to planning permission). Imagine the possibilities - a home office, a studio, or even a guest cottage, the choice is yours.

For those with a green thumb or a love for animals, this property would allow you to embrace a self-sufficient lifestyle or simply enjoy the beauty of nature around you.

Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to own a lifestyle property in the heart of the countryside. Book a viewing today and start envisioning the endless possibilities that this property has to offer.

Situation - Mill View is situated on the outskirts of the tranquil village of Clayhidon. The property is nestled in the Blackdown Hills forming part of the Devon, Somerset border. Clayhidon boasts the popular Half Moon Inn with its spacious beer garden benefiting far reaching views of the rolling countryside. The property is a short distance from the bustling village of Hemyock with a General Practice Surgery, Post Office and Hemyock Primary School plus a variety of eateries and accommodation.
The property is well placed to enjoy both the quiet countryside as well as access to the nearby town of Wellington boasting a range of independent shops, supermarkets and leisure facilities. There are also excellent road links to the market town of Honiton, situated in East Devon and the River Otter as well as accessibility to both Taunton and the city of Exeter all offering a comprehensive range of recreational facilities and shopping.

The Property - The homely, light and airy barn conversion set within its own ring-fenced slice of Devon countryside provides peace and privacy whilst offering opportunity for a variety lifestyles be it equestrian, smallholding or simply looking to enjoy a rural lifestyle property. The comfortable lounge enjoys a beautiful feature fireplace with stone surround and wooden mantel beam over the wood burner which is not only a lovely feature but also can fuel the central heating for the whole house.
The family kitchen/diner with modern and recently installed units features a Belfast sink, built in electric hob and oven as well as an oil-fired Rayburn set neatly in a nook. Off the kitchen is a useful larder space with pantry and storage space. The addition of the conservatory to the front elevation of the property provides a further living space looking out onto the tree-lined property whilst not being overlooked by any neighbours. There is an additional utility/boot room with downstairs washroom and storeroom which can also be accessed directly from outside providing a perfect space to kick off muddy boots after enjoying the land and garden.
Upstairs is accessed through a central hall with space for a compact workspace. The principal bedroom benefits from dual aspect windows, high ceilings and wooden clad feature end wall and airing cupboard storage space. The second bedroom also enjoys multiple aspect views creating a bright and fresh space comfortably suitable for a double bed. The third bedroom looks out on the gardens and is currently utilised as a children's room with bunkbeds. The family bathroom has a bath with shower over with access to the loft hatch.

Please see floorplan for accommodation and measurements

The Outside - Mill View is accessed from the public highway down a concrete drive leading to a spacious gravel parking area bordered by private garden, poultry enclosures and small wildlife pond. There are several practical outbuildings including polytunnel and garden sheds but most impressive is the general-purpose agricultural barn (approximately 95 square metres) built in 2016 with steel portal frame, fibre cement roof, Yorkshire boarding and stone floor. It has been well designed with a versatile internal layout and connection to the mains electric. This building is considered to have great potential for a variety of uses, including development potential, subject to planning permissions. This barn looks out onto a useful concrete yard area leading to a stone yard with two field shelters and into the paddock. The paddock is productive, level and well-managed pastureland which is stock fenced alongside neat hedgerows.

Symonds and Sampson

Symonds & Sampson

Trinity Square
EX13 5AW

+44 (0)1297 33122

Reference: 33172773

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