Wick, Honiton


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
South facing character cottage with stunning views and paddock. Detached Cottage

Stunning views. 3 Double bedrooms. 3 Reception rooms. Garage/workshop. Timber outbuilding. Paddock & Orchard. In all about 1.8 acres. EPC Band: F


Set on the edge the small hamlet of Wick, the property has stunning views over this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is just a short distance from Honiton. The villages of Luppitt and Combe Raleigh are close by, both with churches, village halls and a number of similarly attractive period houses.


Set in The Blackdown Hills, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty there are a variety of paths and lanes, including nearby Dumpdon Hill a local landmark and former Iron Age Hill Fort.


Although enjoying the beauty and tranquillity of the countryside, the property is by no means isolated, lying just a few miles from Honiton, famous for its High Street and excellent antique trade. Honiton has a main line railway station to London Waterloo. Exeter and Taunton are within easy reach and offer excellent shopping facilities and a fast train service to London and other parts of the country.



This beautiful detached character cottage has been improved over the years with uPVC double glazing, conservatory to enjoy the view and a modern oil-fired boiler.


The accommodation is well laid with three reception rooms, two with French doors and the sitting room with an inglenook fireplace featuring a former bread oven and a wood burning stove. The kitchen has a range of units around a stove cooker and a door leading to the rear past a WC.


On the first floor are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom with separate shower.



Approached over a short Devon lane, a five-bar gate leads you through to a parking area for several cars beside the garage/workshop.


The gardens to the front are enclosed by local stone walls, whilst to the rear a patio beside the house is a great vantage point from which to enjoy the views. The garden gently slopes down into an orchard.



Below the garden, the gently sloping paddock has an additional access off the lane. Surrounded by mature hedge banks or a stock fence, the paddock is currently cut for hay by a local farmer.


There is a concrete yard with a timber barn, ideal for stables or additional storage.



Mains electric, mains water via private line. Private drainage.



Head east from Honiton on the A30, before coming into Monkton, turn left to Luppitt. Over the bridge, turn left. In 1/3 mile turn right at Shaugh, then about mile turn left to Wick, continue south past the farm and the property is there in front. Take the left track and the parking is on your right.


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