Coach House, Upottery, Honiton, Devon, EX14

£200,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
Converted Grade II Listed maisonette style 2 bedroom character home in the heart of the village. No onward chain. Parking. Private covered outside space. Timber storage shed. Communal courtyard.

SITUATION

The Coach Houses are situated in the heart of the attractive rural village of Upottery. Set in the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Upottery benefits from a public house, The Sidmouth Arms, a highly regarded primary school and historic church. The nearby A30 trunk road gives rapid access to both Honiton and the university and cathedral city of Exeter.

 

Honiton benefits from comprehensive amenities including shops, schooling, recreational facilities and a railway station on the London Waterloo line. The larger centre of Exeter caters for all needs including an international airport, mainline railway station on both the Paddington and Waterloo lines and access onto the M5 motorway.

 

16 Miles to the south is Englands first World Heritage Site, the Jurassic coastline at Lyme Regis, with further popular resorts along the Lyme Bay at Beer, Branscombe and Sidmouth.

DESCRIPTION

This two storey apartment was sympathetically converted in the late 80's within this beautiful Grade II Listed Old Coach House formed around a paved courtyard.

 

Built by Lord Sidmouth in the 19th Century as the stables and coach house to serve Upottery Manor next door (now demolished), it is constructed of local stone and flint, with Membury stone ashlar dressings under a slate roof. The windows are set into some of the original arches and are made of timber with glazed units.

 

This character property would make an ideal full-time residence, second home or investment purchase.

ACCOMMONDATION

As illustrated by the floor plan the accommodation is particularly spacious with a semi reverse layout, extending to 1,162 sq ft.

 

Impressive stone arches allows some sheltered private outside space and a fitting start to this individual home. Double doors open to a hallway, the kitchen/dining room is comprehensively fitted with a range of units and integrated appliances, including electric 4 ring halogen hob and extractor, double oven, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and a combined washer/ dryer. On the ground floor there is a family bathroom and a double bedroom with double doors to the courtyard.

 

On the first floor, the sitting room is one of the noteworthy features of this property, measuring 20' x 18' (max), this room has two arched windows looking towards the village and views beyond.

 

The master bedroom is double aspect with two arched windows, there is an adjoining bathroom with bath and shower over and an electric towel rail.

OUTSIDE

Across the courtyard through the gates there is allocated parking. To the side through the small arch is a timber garden shed exclusive for this property for storage and bins.

TENURE

The property is a long leasehold with the remainder of a 999 year lease. The 6 leaseholders (apartment owners) have a share of the overall freehold of the building. The leaseholders currently pay £70 per month to cover general maintenance including planting and building insurance for the properties.

SERVICES

Mains water, electric and drainage. High speed fibre optic broadband in the village.

VIEWING

Strictly by appointment only after calling Stags, 01404 45885.

DIRECTIONS

From Honiton proceed on the A30 in a north easterly direction. Continue through Monkton and turn left signposted Rawridge and Upottery. Proceed through the village of Rawridge and continue for approximately one mile into Upottery. The Old Coach Houses are located opposite the Sidmouth Arms.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

Arrange viewing 01404 758007

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