This freehold property forms part of a popular development which was converted from former farm building approximately 20 years ago. The property still retains much character, particularly externally with its mellow brick elevations and slated roof.
Neutrally decorated throughout the accommodation flows very well and worthy of particular mention is the sitting room and main bedroom, both having vaulted ceilings, the sitting room having French doors into the rear garden.
The reception hall offers a dining area and access to the sitting room which enjoys a dual aspect and gives access to an adjoining kitchen. This has a range of matching storage units along with worksurfaces, stainless steel sink unit and tiled splash backs. The kitchen also includes a freestanding gas cooker along with a freestanding fridge/freezer and washing machine.
There are two bedrooms, the master bedroom having exposed ceiling beams and access to a loft space. The separate bathroom is fitted with a white suite and comprises a panelled bath with shower over and shower screen and there is a pedestal wash basin and WC.
All the principal rooms enjoy a southerly aspect, the windows are double glazed and gas fired central heating is installed, the boiler being wall mounted and positioned in the kitchen.
A shared covered passageway with the neighbouring property offers a good size storage cupboard which is conveyed with the property and there is also a secure timber gate which leads into the rear garden of this property. The rear garden enjoys a southerly aspect and is arranged on two levels. Adjoining the rear of the property is an extensive patio area which is ideal for entertaining and offers lots of privacy. A few steps rise to a higher level of garden which is almost level, being mainly paved and gravelled with adjoining well stocked shrub borders and a pergola. This area of garden also provides privacy and takes full advantage of the south facing aspect.
In addition, there are extensive communal grounds which are beautifully kept and are for the use of the residents. Huish Cottage also benefits from having two designated parking spaces and there are further visitors parking areas.
Colaton Raleigh is a sought after East Devon village and includes a village store along with a bus service. The coastal resorts of Sidmouth and Budleigh Salterton are within a short drive and offer an excellent range of facilities along with esplanades and pebble beaches.
The property freehold. We understand that there is a residents association which look after the communal areas. This property contributes £35 per calendar month which goes towards the maintenance of the communal areas and outside lighting.
A condition of the Planning Permission dated 2 October 2002, in relation to conversion of this property state: “The unit of accommodation, the subject of this application shall be for holiday accommodation only.” (REASON – “To ensure that the accommodation is not used permanently for residential purposes.” )
We are advised by East Devon District Council that the council tax band is C.
Vacant possession on completion.
From the A3052 in the Village of Newton Poppleford, at the roundabout continue signposted Budleigh Salterton and Exmouth. The next village is Colaton Raleigh. Continue through the centre of the village passing the Otter Inn pub on the left and then the entrance to Drupe Farm Court will be seen a little way along on the left. Drive through the double gates, along the drive and the parking spaces for number 16 will be seen straight ahead.
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