A detached and extended Grade II listed Georgian home in the centre of this idyllic Exe Valley village with a stunning mature garden.
An elegant Grade II Listed Georgian family home with a wealth of character and charm, in the heart of Thorverton and within the catchment area of Blundells School. Offering well-proportioned and flexible accommodation, which includes a kitchen / breakfast room with useful utility, dining room and a sitting room with an open fire and views across to the memorial green. Further accommodation on the ground floor includes a kitchenette, shower room, boot room which leads to a workshop and store room. On the first floor there are six bedrooms and three bathrooms. A particular room of interest is the triple aspect master bedroom with en suite which enjoys a pleasant outlook over the grounds and courtyard. The property also benefits from a garage and The School House which is currently arranged with a useful workshop, garage and shower room on the ground floor. On the first floor there is a studio area, perfect for a home office and bathroom. The School House could easily be converted with little effort into an annex or holiday let (subject to planning).
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
Pynes House garden is surrounded by cob and local Thorverton stone walls and slightly slopes to the south. The front garden is fenced from the road with establishing yew and Escallonia hedging. There is a statuesque Holme Oak which gives shade to a small area of the front lawn. Beyond a traditionally cobbled courtyard is the main garden with a large lawn and established perennial flowerbeds. The paths are lined with apple cordons and these surround productive vegetable plots , pear and greengage trees. There is a row of tool and machine sheds under some mature trees (Robinia pseudacaia and Field maple, Spindle and Vibirnum. The garden is unique and affords a high degree of privacy, being located so central in the village.
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A rear opportunity to purchase one of the finest houses in the highly popular village of ThorvertonTom Bedford