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Accommodation Summary

Fabulous Detached Grade II Listed Period House
2.24 Acres of Garden and Paddock
Range of High Quality Barns and Outbuildings
Four Spacious Bedrooms
Two Reception Receptions and Inglenook Fireplace
Kitchen/Breakfast Room and Utility
Superb Orangery
Parking for Many Vehicles

Directions

From Exeter proceed northwards towards Cullompton on the B3181. After a few miles, at Hele Cross and by Fagin’s Antiques, turn right signposted Plymtree and Clyst Hydon. After a further 1.2 miles turn right at the T-junction signposted Clyst Hydon.

Situation

Clyst Hydon offers not only a friendly community, it has a primary school, popular sports & cricket club, swimming pool, village hall, St Andrews Church and the Five Bells public house. A further range of facilities are to be found in the market town of Cullompton (4 miles) which provides shopping, primary and secondary schooling, sports centre, golf course and M5 intersection facilitating rapid commuting south to the university and cathedral city of Exeter and north to the county town of Taunton. There is a good range of private schooling in Exeter, Wellington and Taunton. The nearby Killerton Estate, owned by the National Trust, is an attractive amenity, whilst Ashclyst Forest is also a short distance providing miles of excellent walking, cycling and riding.

Description

Osmonds is a delightful detached Grade II listed property which dates back to the 16th century. The accommodation offers a wonderful blend of character and charm, together with the convenience of modern contemporary living. Features include plank and muntin panelling, oak beams and a fantastic inglenook fireplace. There are four very comfortable bedrooms, master en suite and two reception rooms, a kitchen/dining room, utility, study and an orangery overlooking the delightful gardens.

There are numerous high quality outbuildings including barns, workshops, a bar/entertaining area and well equipped home office. The gated driveway provides secure parking and a large car port.

The gardens are superb, with expansive lawn and beautifully planted borders and approximately an acre of paddock adjoining. The entire plot measures approximately 2.24 acres. The garden measuring around 1.09 acres and the paddock 1.15.

Property info

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