The Street, Kilmington, Axminster


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Stunning south facing Edwardian house with attached barn in the village


Set in the heart of the bustling village of Kilmington, the property was once the post office. The village has a lovely community with an array of facilities, clubs and events including two pubs, and two churches, renowned primary school, cricket pitch, tennis court, garage with shop and popular Millers Farm shop.

The village has a bus service to the nearby market town of Axminster with a mainline station to London. The Jurassic coast is a short distance to the south with Lyme Regis, Beer and Sidmouth an easy drive away.

A range of educational facilities are in the area including the renowned Colyton Grammar school around 4 miles away.


This spacious period home has undergone a series of improvements enhancing the character of the original building, whilst adding a modern and stylish feel, there are a couple of rooms to finish.

On the ground floor, the covered entrance leads into a large tiled hallway with your eye drawn straight through the house and out of the bi-fold doors in the modern extension on the rear, which is home to the open plan kitchen /dining room. The kitchen has a range of painted timber units under a grey quartz top with space for fridge/freezer, dishwasher and range cooker.

In the older part of the house are two rooms either side of the hall, one side has a drawing room/5th bedroom and a smart downstairs shower room. The other side is the impressive sitting room (formerly the post office) with its generous bay window and the study/dining room. There is a large utility and plant room.

On the first floor are 4 double bedrooms (one with en suite shower) and a family bathroom.


To the side of the house is an enclosed parking area. A substantial terrace runs along the rear of the house and barn, with a stone balustrade over looking the garden. A set of steps leads down to a further grass and paved terrace sheltered by a tall stone wall and onto the large near level garden.


Attached to the side of the house and which at one point was the Post Office and storage area, is a large barn. Showing some features as its original purposes as the stables and coach house to the main house, this large barn is split into two parts with steep stairs going up to a loft along its length.


Mains water, electric and drainage. Eco credentials with a biomass wood pellet boiler for heating and hot water, as well as solar thermal.


Turn off the A35 at the Old Inn just west of Axminster into the village. After passing the churches, turn right into The Street. Continue up the hill, passing the turning to George Street and the property is the first on the left.

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