A substantial, modern, 4 bedroom detached bungalow with exceptional views, double garage and carport, located a short distance away from this most desirable village.
Madryn is a substantial, modern, detached bungalow which was built c. 2004 and has been the subject of continued improvements over the past decade, creating the comfortable and well-appointed home we find today.
The property offers generous accommodation including a large sitting room with woodburner and doors opening to a conservatory which takes advantage of the panoramic countryside views to the West. There is a fabulous kitchen/dining room with integrated appliances and Butcher's block plus a useful utility room with fitted units and space for several more appliances.
The principal bedroom is particularly impressive with an ensuite shower room, fitted wardrobes and French doors to the garden. In addition, there are 3 further bedrooms and a modern, family bathroom which has been recently refitted to an excellent finish including a vanity basin, bath and separate double shower.
The property is approached through double 5-bar gates from the lane onto a large expanse of gravelled driveway with timber-built carport and detached double garage with electric roller doors, light and power. 18' x 10' workshop. Hardstanding for caravan with electric hook up.
There is a large area of lawned garden interspersed with well stocked beds leading down to a chicken run which also incorporates some fruit trees. There is a kitchen garden to the side of the property with greenhouses, potting shed, vegetable beds and soft-fruit cage.
Adjacent to the property is a decked area which leads to the swimming pool with filtration system neatly stored in the surrounding raised decked area. Accessed from the utility room is a paved area with raised pond including a water feature and seating area under an arbour.
The garden enjoys spectacular panoramic views across the patchwork of glorious Devon countryside to the West including Dartmoor and Exmoor in the distance.
Madryn is located approximately 1 mile outside the village of Broadhembury, one of East Devon's most attractive villages which nestles beneath the hills of Hembury Fort and North Hill in the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Broadhembury is a forgotten gem dominated by the pretty parish church of St Andrews, adjacent to which is a primary school and an ancient pub The Drewe Arms which is well known for its cuisine. The village also has a post office/shop and is located some five miles north of the market town of Honiton and approximately six miles south of Junction 28 of the M5, giving it great accessibility.
The busy market town of Honiton is some five miles distant with a range of independent shops and supermarkets, antique shops, schools and leisure facilities. There is also a mainline rail link to London Waterloo.
Exeter, the County town, is approximately twenty miles to the west with excellent shopping facilities, theatres, mainline rail link to London, M5 access and international airport. The World Heritage Coastline known as the Jurassic Coast, at Sidmouth, is some fourteen miles to the south.