A charming cottage in a beautiful country setting with a range of traditional outbuildings and about 4.3 acres
Cawleys Farm is a particularly attractive detached Grade II Listed cottage which is traditionally built principally of local stone with part rendered and colour washed exterior elevations under a roof that is primarily thatched (with corrugated and flat roof extensions). The property has origins that date back to the 18th century and still retains a great deal of character with exposed timbers, an inglenook fireplace with a woodburner to the sitting room and window seats.
It has been the subject of recent improvements, which have included the installation of several timber windows, a modern fitted and equipped kitchen, as well as a modern oil fired boiler.
Gardens and Grounds.
The property is approached from Cawleys Lane over a short drive that is partly shared by a bungalow to the rear however Cawleys Farm also has a separate access to the west which could be used to gain access to the property, land and yard. The short drive leads to a gate that opens into the cobbled farmyard around which are grouped a collection of outbuildings. These include a traditionally built stone and part block long building under a mellow roman tile and corrugated iron roof divided into 4 stables, tack and store room. At right angles to this is an open fronted pole barn. Immediately in front of the house is an attractive level lawn garden interspersed and bordered by colourful plants and shrubs.
The land lies primarily to the west and immediately behind the house is a small spring fed duck pond and 3 paddock areas. There is also a stand of pine trees and in total the whole site extends to approximately 4.32 acres.
Cawleys Farm is situated at the head of a driveway, set well back off the small country lane within the tiny scattered hamlet of Shorebottom. This in turn is located amongst some of East Devon