Occupying a peaceful rural setting and just 10 - 15 minutes walk of the coastal footpath - the property is a very impressive converted period barn. It was formerly part of the Bindon Estate and is the mid terrace of only 3 former barn buildings which were skilfully converted in circa 2007. The property has main walls of solid stone and is Listed Grade II of Architectural or Historic Importance.
The accommodation is extremely well presented throughout and offers a host of character style features including exposed stone, exposed ceilings beams, cottage doors, stone and beamed fireplace with wood burner. On the first floor with vaulted ceilings and exposed roof beams. The many excellent features include oil-fired central heating (underfloor to ground floor, en suite shower room and bathroom/shower room), sealed unit windows, quality wood style porcelain style flooring to the ground floor, LED down lighters, well fitted kitchen with solid beech worktops, Belfast sink and comprehensive appliances (Belling electric cooker range, stainless steel cooker hood, Neff integrated dish washer and Bosch integrated fridge/freezer), newly upgraded bathroom/shower room with roll top bath and newly upgraded en suite shower room.
The property also features a large detached store/workshop (formerly a double garage and easily reconverted) and a delightful part walled well stocked garden affording good privacy.
Equally ideal as a main home, second home or holiday letting investment. Viewing is strongly recommended by the sole agents.
Off road parking for 2 plus cars and double 5 bar gates onto an inner parking space.
DETACHED STORE/WORKSHOP (of concrete block construction and timber clad externally). Power & light.
A very attractive garden being part walled and affording good privacy, comprises a large level lawn featuring sycamore and damson trees, bordered by well stocked flower & shrub beds. Large adjoining full width paved terrace with low stone walls, plus a separate paved terrace with wisteria clad pergola.
The property occupies a delightful private and peaceful country setting in the tiny hamlet of Dowlands and surrounded by lovely open countryside. It is within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and part of the Devon and Dorset Jurassic Coast awarded World Heritage Site Status. The location is very convenient being approximately half way between the coastal towns of Lyme Regis and Seaton, both about 4 miles away. The sea is only about half a mile to the south. Nearby Rousdon has a petrol station, garage and shop plus hotel. The market town of Axminster has a main line rail service to London, Waterloo. The towns of Colyton and Sidmouth are also within easy reach. There are excellent schools locally including Colyton Grammar at Colyford and Woodroffe at Lyme Regis. Other centres within easy motoring distance include Exeter and Taunton, both of which have junctions to the M5.