Grade II listed period cottage located in the popular village of East Budleigh with attached barn offering scope for conversion and detached double garage with workshop.
Daveys Cottage is a 3-4 bedroom attached former farmhouse which, at its heart is believed to date back to the 17th century and retains some period features including exposed beams, a large inglenook fireplace with moulded lintel to the main reception room (16 ft sq) with former bread oven and an interesting winder staircase with elm treads. The property has a downstairs cloakroom with useful utility adjacent, study/bedroom 4, separate dining room and fitted kitchen. To the first floor are three double bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes, wooden floors and exposed beams and bathroom fitted with a white suite with shower over the bath.
Worthy of particular note is the substantial cob barn attached to the property which offers scope for conversion into a number of uses, according to the requirements of the purchaser ie an extension to the main house, annexe for extended family, ancillary guest accommodation or as a letting unit offering additional income, subject of course to any necessary planning consents. It's a fantastic space and a rare asset to this central village property.
The property is approached via a private, gated driveway from Oak Hill which offers parking for several vehicles. The grounds are bounded by brick and stone walls in the main and fencing to the West side. The garden offers an expanse of level lawn with a gravelled seating area directly accessed from the kitchen and facing South.
There is an attached workshop to the barn and detached, timber-built double garage with workshop add to the adaptability of this property and create a unique package, tucked away in private and level grounds of just over a quarter of an acre.
Daveys Cottage is a delightful, attached Grade II listed period cottage located in the popular village of East Budleigh. The village boasts a village hall, community run shop, pretty All Saints Church and two public houses. Bicton with its beautiful park and College, is just 2 miles distant and the small coastal town of Budleigh Salterton is just a couple of miles to the South and is on the Jurassic Coast - a World Heritage Site.
East Budleigh lies between the larger coastal towns of Sidmouth and Exmouth. Sidmouth has many beautiful parks and walks, a bustling shopping centre with a great variety of independent shops, as well as the usual multiples. There is also an out-of-town Waitrose store, cinema, theatre and a range of sporting facilities. Exmouth is a larger lively town which offers all the facilities you would expect along with a wide range of water sports such as wind surfing and kite surfing.
The Cathedral City and Devon's County Town of Exeter, is some 12 miles to the North-West with excellent shopping facilities, theatres, main line rail link to London (Paddington), M5 access and international airport.