Standing in 1.35 acres of delightful gardens this individual and spacious four bedroom family home was built for the current owners in 1993 and is situated on the edge of the peaceful and pretty East Devon hamlet of Combpyne, between the Axe Valley and the coast at Lyme Regis. The covered entrance porch and solid oak door opens to the reception hallway and staircase rising to the first floor. The 22ft sitting room has a traditional Minster Stone fireplace and a triple aspect with views over the garden and French doors to the rear paved patio. The kitchen with its comprehensive range of bespoke painted units, walk in larder and Rayburn opens to a breakfast room overlooking the front garden. A formal dining room, utility and cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation. On the first floor is a spacious galleried landing and access to insulated and boarded loft space which could provide additional accommodation (subject to the necessary consents being obtained). There is a family bathroom and four good sized double bedrooms, the master having an ensuite and all with lovely views over the gardens. Outside the driveway leads to an adjoining double garage with steps to a useful roof space. The gardens extending to approximately 1.35 acres are a particular feature of this property and comprise of lawns, paved terraces, ornamental pond, vegetable garden and orchard. An additional 4.21 acres of woodland and sloping paddock situated close to the property is available by separate negotiation. Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty the picturesque hamlet of Combpyne is in a peaceful sheltered valley. It is approximately 4 miles from the vibrant coastal town of Lyme Regis with its popular beaches, individual local shops, pubs, restaurants and historic Cobb Harbour. The market town of Axminster (approximately 6 miles) has a mainline railway station for London Waterloo and Exeter, a supermarket and is close to the renowned River Cottage Headquarters with its restaurant and cooking school. The East Devon towns of Seaton, Sidmouth and Honiton are all readily accessible. The area lies in the catchment for many highly regarded schools including Mrs Elthelstons Primary School in Uplyme. The Woodroffe School and Colyton Grammar. Foxwood has mains water and private drainage. The central heating is oil fired. Council Tax Band F.
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