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A charming, detached, 17th century cottage, Grade II Listed and situated in the heart of Harpford with gardens of around half an acre.
A charming, detached 17th century cottage, Grade II Listed situated in the heart of Harpford, with a garden of around half an acre. Owned by the same family for the last sixty years, Podbury’s Cottage has been let as a popular holiday cottage registered with Green Tourism and regularly winning awards. A thatched porch and stable door open into a spacious sitting room with impressive fireplace and leads to the kitchen/breakfast room which has a utility room and WC off. There is also a separate dining room and a cloakroom which leads to a shower room.
On the first floor a generous landing with storage leads to three good size double bedrooms and a bathroom. The main bedroom has double aspect windows and a delightful view over the church. There are also two walk in cupboards. Bedrooms two and three both have south facing windows looking over the gardens. The bathroom has a white suite, a linen cupboard and there is a further walk in storage cupboard on the landing. The property has gas fired central heating via a combination boiler and the timber framed windows are double glazed. As the property has been let for the last few years, the current owner pays business rates as opposed to council tax.
The property stands in the corner of attractive gardens of around half an acre with formal lawned garden, having a southerly aspect. There is a brick built store, secure bicycle storage and a detached single garage. The gardens extend easterly into a large area of mature trees, dense beds and borders and offering seclusion and privacy.
The property is situated in the heart of a charming East Devon hamlet, close to Newton Poppleford and around three miles from Sidmouth. Regular bus services run through Newton Poppleford and the village also offers amenities including a primary school, convenience store/post office, village hall and delightful river walks inland and down to the coast at Budleigh Salterton. Harpford falls within East Devon’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Vacant possession on completion.
When driving down Four Elms Hill towards Newton Poppleford, turn right into Higher Way by the entrance to Four Elms Fruit Farm. Follow Higher Way into Harpford and Podbury’s Cottage will be found opposite the church.
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