A contemporary, 4 bedroom, detached property of exceptional design with far-reaching countryside views.
Stoney End commands exceptional, far-reaching countryside views which are maximised by the large picture windows and thoughtful use of glass throughout, giving a contemporary twist to the design.
Worthy of particular note is the flexibility in the arrangement of the accommodation which could offer annexe potential if required. The principal bedroom is also a key feature of the property with its full height windows, dressing area and stylish ensuite shower room. The Kitchen/breakfast room is well equipped with quality appliances and space for a large dining table and chairs, and the sunken living room is a welcoming space with woodburner and doors to the decked terrace. There is a great sense of connection between the garden and the property gained through the abundant use of glass and the many access points to the south-facing terrace.
The property is approached from the lane into a driveway with off-street parking for 2-3 vehicles and access to the tandem garage which is integrated beneath the property. The gardens surround the property to three sides and offer much colour and interest through the seasons. There is an area laid to lawn to the front, a productive vegetable garden with greenhouse to the side with potting shed and wood store at a lower level. To the rear is a further area of lawn which is surrounded by well stocked beds and a large expanse of decking on two levels, positioned to take full advantage of the far-reaching views down the valley towards Lyme Bay in the distance.
Stoney End is situated in an elevated position commanding far-reaching Southerly views over a typical Devon patchwork landscape towards Lyme Bay some 10 miles away. The location in the Blackdown Hills AONB is exceptional for such a property and although rural with delightful country walks from the front gate, it is only 4 miles to the A30/303. The pretty villages of Stockland and Dalwood are equidistant, providing good facilities including an outstanding primary school, pre-school, play areas, tennis court, parish churches, a popular pub (The Tuckers Arms, Dalwood) and a community shop/post office. Both villages have active communities with regular events in and around the village halls and pub. Approximately 6 miles to the South West is the busy market town of Honiton which has a variety of shops, a sports centre/swimming pool and mainline rail link to London (Waterloo). The Cathedral City of Exeter lies some 24 miles to the west with an excellent shopping centre, sport and leisure facilities, mainline rail link to London (Paddington) and international airport. The picturesque World Heritage Coastline at Lyme Bay, known as the Jurassic Coast, is a popular destination with its dramatic cliffs and stunning coastal walks. One of the top mixed state schools in England, Colyton Grammar, is located about 8 miles to the south.