Church Street, Cullompton

Guide price

Bedrooms: 6
This glorious Grade II listed home exhibits the character, style and elegance associated with the original Georgian house, and the more recent Victorian addition, including many shuttered sash windows, fabulous doglegged staircase and unusual cornicing to the principal bedroom.


This glorious Grade II listed home exhibits the character, style and elegance associated with the original Georgian house, and the more recent Victorian addition, including many shuttered sash windows, fabulous doglegged staircase and unusual cornicing to the principal bedroom. The ground floor provides a grand drawing room, sitting room, dining room and kitchen/family breakfast room. The first and second floor provide five/six bedrooms, two of which enjoy en-suite facilities, in addition to the family bathroom. Two useful outbuildings, being the former coach house and trap house, offer great potential for home working or integration into the living space. For those wishing to enjoy the convenience of close proximity to shops, schools, supermarkets and easy M5 access, this exceptional, tucked away yet convenient location next to the historic Parish Church will surely appeal to families. An early inspection is recommended to appreciate the size and character of this impressive period home.

Situation and Amenities

Tucked away in this peaceful, secluded setting, close to the Parish Church, within a few minutes walk of High Street shops and supermarkets. The former small market town of Cullompton offers primary and secondary schooling, two doctors surgeries, state of the art community centre, modern library and sports centre. The surrounding countryside offers a wealth of rural pursuits with the nearby Blackdown Hills being designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. The M5 facilitates rapid commuting south to the cathedral city of Exeter and north to the county town of Taunton, with both offering exceptional shopping facilities and an impressive range of independent schooling. The nearby Tiverton Parkway Station provides a rapid link with London (Paddington). The comparatively central Mid Devon location places the stunning National Parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor together with the north and south Devon coastlines all within a modest car journey.

Fine Grade II listed family home

Useful adaptable Coach House and Trap House

Elegant 32 Drawing Room

Sitting Room

Dining Room

Kitchen/Family Breakfast Room

Utility Room


Five/Six Bedrooms (two with En-Suite)

Large secluded walled gardens

Extensive parking

Former Coach House and Stables

Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage

15 miles Exeter, 18 miles Taunton

Tiverton Parkway Railway Station 6 miles

On the ground floor

Imposing Entrance Portico with heavy timber panelled front door, leading to

Entrance Vestibule with tessellated tiled floor and inset matwell, leading to wide part glazed inner door.

Spectacular Hallway extending the entire depth of the house, fine tessellated tiled floor, two radiators, elegant easy rising staircase with half landing, lit by flank window, understairs cupboard with rear continuation of hallway leading to

Drawing Room a glorious room having three windows and French door, enjoying a delightful outlook over the gardens towards the historic Parish Church, two radiators, fireplace, fine hardwood strip flooring.

Sitting Room elegant south facing room with wide sash window, having original shutters, shelved alcove, two radiators, delightful cast iron fireplace with tiled insets, marble hearth, traditional timber surround.

Dining Room another classical room with period fireplace, tiled hearth and traditional timber surround, deep alcove, tall sash window with shutters, radiator, cornicing, connecting door to

Kitchen/Breakfast Room having deep bay window, enjoying outlook over rear garden, well appointed with range of cream shaker style units, comprising base and wall cupboards and drawers, granite worktops, Belfast sink with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, range cooker having five gas rings, twin ovens, grill and plate warming drawer, cooker hood over, tall shelved larder unit, radiator, stripped timber flooring.

Utility Room Belfast sink with cupboard beneath, space and plumbing for washing machine, wall cupboard, continuation of stripped timber flooring.

Side Lobby with door opening onto Church Street, door to Coach House.

Shower/Cloakroom close coupled W.C., washbasin, tiled shower with Triton electric shower unit, radiator.

On the first floor

Impressive dividing staircase with Half Landing and window overlooking gardens.

Principal Suite comprising Bedroom 1 an astonishing room being located above the Drawing Room, with two wide windows with window seat, enjoying outlook over gardens towards St Andrews Church, two radiators, traditional marble fireplace with timber surround, deep alcove, particularly fine ceiling cornicing.

En-Suite Shower Room shower with mains mixer, close coupled W.C., washbasin with drawers beneath, ladder-style radiator/towel rail, radiator, fully tiled walls, extractor.

Bedroom 2 stunning south facing room with wide window, built-in cupboard, radiator, door to

En-Suite Shower Room with curved corner shower, mains mixer with rain head and hand spray, close coupled W.C., unique Moroccan handbasin on natural timber plinth with mixer tap, chrome ladder-style towel rail/radiator, extractor.

Bedroom 3 another impressive south facing room, radiator, built-in bookcase and book shelving, alcove, twin fitted double wardrobes with cupboards over, door to

Adjoining Dressing Room/Bedroom 4 which with the easy creation of its own door from the landing, would readily provide an additional double bedroom, enjoying outlook over rear garden, radiator, shelved recess.

Family Bathroom perfectly in keeping with the period with roll top bath and wonderful stained glass south facing window, extra wide shower, pedestal basin, close coupled W.C., radiator, stripped timber flooring, ladder-style radiator/towel rail.

Inner Landing with walk-in boiler room/airing cupboard with slatted shelving, stairs to Second Floor.

On the second floor

Landing radiator, window, door to loft void.

Bedroom 5 characterful south facing room with views over rooftops to distant hills, radiator.

Bedroom 6 south facing with far reaching country views over rooftops, radiator, loft access, door to

Store Room large store room extending the full width of the loft space.


On the east side of the house, huge twin doors lead from Church Street to the cobbled yard, with the Former Coach House to the left, offering immense scope for a Home/Office being currently used as a ceramics studio/workroom with radiator, but being well suited to annex creation, with its independent access from outside. On the opposite side of the cobbled yard lies the Former Trap House, and which again offers immense potential. The cobbled yard opens out to an extensive gravelled parking and turning area with sweeping lawns beyond, flanked by well tended shrub and perennial borders, interspersed with an assortment of mature trees and shrubs and offering an extraordinary level of privacy. The present owners have created Ornamental Ponds, together with an area of Kitchen Garden beyond trellising and a rustic arch, having vegetable beds, Summer House/Tool Shed and Large Greenhouse. This particularly large walled garden is an undoubted feature and a real surprise.

01884 798016

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