A charming, Grade II listed, semi-detached barn conversion set in a tranquil courtyard location near the heart of this highly sought after village. It is believed the property was originally a Threshers Barn formed around 1785, but was converted in 1989. Despite recent improvements many characterful features have been retained. A wonderful main residence, yet this property will undoubtedly appeal to those looking for a unique and easy to maintain holiday home.
The property is well presented throughout being set in an exclusive private cul-de-sacand offers versatile accommodation. Many benefits includeEconomy 7 heating, lovely large open plan lounge/dining room with feature fireplace, small and neatly landscaped private courtyard garden and two parking spaces.
Outside, the pretty courtyard garden is enclosed by shrub and hedge borders. There is a garden store and raised gravelled garden for displaying pot plants. A further enclosed area for bin & log storage and cold water tap. A pedestrian gate leads to a private, shared drive with access to private parking for two cars.
Hall/study: 8'10" max. X 7'7" (2.7m max. X 2.31m).
Lounge/dining room: 20'8" x 18'1" maximum (6.3m x 5.51m maximum).
Kitchen/breakfast room: 15'9" x 8'2" overall (4.8m x 2.5m overall).
Kitchen area: 9'10" x 8'2" (3m x 2.5m).
Breakfast room: 7'10" x 5'7" (2.39m x 1.7m).
Bedroom one: 16'9" x 8' (5.1m x 2.44m). Recessed window with deep sill.
Bedroom two: 14'9" (4.5m) narrowing to 12'2" (3.7m) x 10'6" (3.2m) Narrowing to 8'6" (2.6m).
Bedroom three: 12'6" max. X 7'7" (3.8m max. X 2.31m). Otterton
Nestling in the beautiful Otter Valley within an area of outstanding natural beauty, Otterton is renowned as a traditional and thriving Devon village with a primary school and historic working mill, having a shop, restaurant and craft centre. There are many lovely walks in the area with Ladram Bay and the coastal path being within one mile from Rydon Barn. Picturesque walks beside the River Otter are within easy reach with a level pathway connecting to the village of Colaton Raleigh and to the pretty seaside town of Budleigh Salterton which has a good range of shops, boutiques, banks, restaurants and doctors surgeries. This part of the East Devon coastline known as the Jurassic Coast is a world heritage site designated for the distinction of its geological formations.
The Cathedral City of Exeter is within easy commuting distance whilst nearby Woodbury Common provides some 2800 acres of intact pebbled heathland. Exeter is the administrative centre for Devon, famous for its Cathedral, University, theatres and relaxed style. It provides most major stores and a host of boutiques, restaurants and places of unique interest and culture. Otterton has access to local bus routes, whilst communications from Exeter are excellent and include the M5 motorway, a main line rail link to London (Paddington) and an international airport.
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