Savills | Clyst Hydon, Cullompton, Devon, EX15 2NS | Property for sale
5,115 sq ft(475.20 sq m)
Guide price £2,500,000

Clyst HydonCullompton, Devon, EX15 2NS

    Key features

    • Outstanding rural position with magnificent views to the south coast
    • Incredibly pretty and immaculate family home
    • Three very successful holiday cottages
    • Wonderful gardens and grounds of about 11 acres
    • Prime location with good travel links

    Outstanding and uncompromised home with wonderful uninterrupted views, three successful holiday cottages, barn and delightful gardens, woodland and wild meadows totalling 11.5 acres.

    About this property

    • Sherway Farm needs to be seen to appreciate its true glory and uncompromised situation. Immediately the approach sets the tone for things to come with a sweeping driveway flanked by the formal lawn and wild meadow to the left. Ahead is the incredibly pretty house which has been beautifully cared for by the current owners. Beyond the main house are three very successful holiday cottages named The Coach House, The Shippen and The Dairy alongside a large barn and with workshop.

      Inside the main house itself you are greeted with an impressive entrance hall enjoying a wonderful tiled floor and grand staircase – perfect for welcoming guests. Both reception rooms to the front aspect are grand in proportion and benefit from feature fireplaces and pretty bay windows allowing the eye to be drawn outside with views over the front garden.

      The entrance hall leads through the ground floor where there is a fully fitted prep kitchen with built in appliances and the kitchen/breakfast room with a wide range of wall, base and draw units and the a sink unit, superbly placed to appreciate the magnificent view . The incredibly useful rear passage leads to the handy boot room, downstairs shower room, laundry room and boiler room.

      The striking staircase rises to a bright and airy landing where bedroom one is of particular interest with an incredible view to wake up to and an en suite shower room. There is a further three double bedrooms and a modern family bathroom.

      Aforementioned, the current owners have created a very successful holiday cottage business with three beautifully presented cottage. All have their own identity and sociable living accommodation. Outside they benefit from private space and hot tubs. For more information on the cottage please follow the link and accounts are available on request.

      Gardens and Grounds
      The gardens and grounds have been meticulously tended to by the current owners and totals about 11.5 acres. On the approach the sweeping driveway provides a grand entrance. The front formal garden is a delight with a level lawn and established trees and shrubs. “Hobbits” is a garden room which is hidden and enjoyed by the current owners, it is perfectly placed to capture the incredible position that Sherway Farm is in with views as far is the south coast. There are many different atmospheres throughout the grounds, consisting of a mature woodland with blankets of bluebells, paddocks, pond with an elevated tree house, a stream on the border and wild flower meadows with paths meandering through them. Directly outside the house there is a terrace which is an excellent position for alfresco dining. For equestrian enthusiasts, there are stables and a former sand school.

      Outbuildings include an 18m x 17m agricultural barn, workshop, garden store and a further two storage rooms.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    “There is no doubt this is a very special property, the views are breathtakingly good and the house and cottage arrangement is faultless. A viewing is highly recommend to really appreciate it in its full glory”

    Tom BedfordProperty agent

    Local information

    • Sherway Farm is situated on the western side of Clyst Hydon village, with good road links to Exeter to the south west with Cullompton and Tiverton to the north. The village of Clyst Hydon itself boasts a strong community with a highly regarded primary school, a village hall, an outdoor swimming pool and the quaint 18th century former thatched farmhouse pub called The Five Bells. The market town of Cullompton is only 4.9 miles away and provides a range of shopping facilities, primary school, a secondary school, leisure centre and a junction with the M5.
    • The larger market town of Tiverton is 10 miles away, it has a selection of independent shops, cafe's and restaurants as well as a selection of supermarkets including a Marks & Spencer food hall. The Exe Valley Leisure Centre offers a swimming pool, gym facilities and tennis courts, whilst Tiverton also has active football and rugby clubs. There is an excellent selection of state and independent schools in the locality including the East Devon College, Petroc College and the renowned Blundell's School.
    • Further afield is the cathedral city of Exeter, with its thriving university, well regarded schools, theatres and wide selection of shopping and leisure facilities, including the Princesshay Shopping Centre and a John Lewis department store.
    • For National Trust members and outdoor lovers, Knighthayes and Killerton House are nearby alongside Ashclyst Forest.

    Additional information

    • Tiverton Parkway mainline station (London Paddington in 1h 58m) about 10.4miles M5 Junction 28 about 4.9 miles Exeter about 10.5 miles
    • Services - Mains water and electricity. Private drainage and oil central heating.
    • Directions: Leaving Cullompton southbound toward Exeter on the Exeter Road/ B3181, after 3.3miles turn left onto the Sidmouth Road and take the next right after 0.2 miles. Follow this road for 1.1 miles, taking a sharp left-hand bend and shortly after take a right where Sherway Farm will be found shortly after on the right hand side.
    • EPC Rating = F
    • Tenure = Freehold