West End Road, Bradninch, Exeter, EX5 4QP | Property for sale | Savills
684.79 sq m(7,371 sq ft)
Guide price £1,395,000

West End RoadBradninch, Exeter, EX5 4QP

    Key features

    • Outstanding Grade II listed Georgian family home
    • Impeccably restored retaining many period features
    • Delightful and established private walled garden
    • Wonderful three bed secondary accommodation
    • Prime central location within a popular Mid Devon town

    An outstanding listed Georgian home with exquisite proportion and a delightful walled garden enjoying superb secondary accommodation in the heart of the town of Bradninch.

    About this property

    • Earlsland House has been beautifully and meticulously restored in recent years and enjoys a splendid mix of character and conveniences of modern living. The Georgian Façade is incredibly inviting and sets the tone for the outstanding accommodation inside. The entrance hall is perfect for welcoming guests and boasts the wonderful main staircase which leads to the first floor. The three main reception rooms have grand proportions and all enjoy stunning views over the garden and beyond. A room of particular interest is the Drawing room with its stunning floorboards, two sets of doors with shutters that lead out on to the raised terrace and a feature open fireplace.

      The hub of the home is clearly the bespoke kitchen/breakfast room with a range of modern shaker units, a central island and beautiful Aga. There are double French doors to outside where there is an inviting patio and an incredibly useful boot room and utility adjacent to the kitchen. Further accommodation on the ground floor includes a study, cloakroom and WC.

      The grand main staircase leads to the first floor where the landing meanders through the house to a beautifully positioned window which has wonderful views towards the town. The Principal bedroom boasts fine proportions, walk through wardrobe and a generous new en suite bathroom with separate shower. There are fine views over the garden and nearby countryside from the principal bedroom, as well as three further bedrooms to the southern aspect. To conclude the accommodation on the first floor, there are a further two bedrooms and a family bathroom. A further staircase leads to the second floor where there are two bedrooms both enjoying fantastic rural views and exposed timbers and a modern shower room.

      The Annex, which enjoys its own access is a fantastic addition to the house and benefits from a modern kitchen with integrated appliances, a sitting room and three bedrooms all enjoying their own en suites. The second floor landing provides ample space and is currently arranged with a built in study area besides the window – a perfect place to work!

      Outside is a delight, with the gardens being entirely walled and enjoying an abundance of established trees, shrubs, rockery's and plants. The lower lawn is mostly laid to lawn with a feature pond and terrace, a perfectly peaceful place to sit and enjoy the idyllic surroundings alongside the distant countryside views. The garden extends towards the annex which enjoys numerous raised vegetable beds and a fruit cage. There are an extensive range of outbuildings to include a double garage with access onto the road, three stables, tack room, a garden store and a delightful potting shed. Earlsland House is approached via a striking set of iron gates and opens up to a generous parking area.

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    This is an exquisite home in the heart of the town! The proportions are utterly wonderful alongside its fine Georgian Façade.

    Tom BedfordProperty agent

    Local information

    • Earlsland House is situated in the centre of the small town of Bradninch, secluded behind high walls and mature trees. The town itself has an extensive range of local amenities, including a village shop and post office, local pubs, recreation facilities, a doctors' surgery and several churches. The Duchy School, a highly regarded primary school, rated ‘Outstanding' across all areas by Ofsted, is walking distance from the property. A further selection of primary and secondary schools can be found in Cullompton, Exeter and Tiverton.
    • Exeter itslef boasts two exceptional independent schools, The Maynard School (all-girls) and Exeter School. Earlsland House also lies within the coveted 10-mile radius of Blundell's School in Tiverton.
    • Communication links to the town are excellent with regular bus services to Exeter, Cullompton and Tiverton. The M5 Motorway can be joined at either Cullompton or Exeter and there are regular train services to London from Tiverton Parkway, the journey time is about 2 hours.

    Additional information

    • Exeter about 7.5 miles Tiverton about 7.2 miles M5 Junction 28 about 2.8 miles
    • Services : Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage
    • Directions: From Exeter, take the B3181 to Cullompton passing through Broadclyst and Budlake. Turn left off the main road signposted to Bradninch and proceed towards the centre of the town. At the T junction with West End Road take a left and Earlsland House will be found on the left hand side.
    • EPC Exempt
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G