This exceptional Grade ||* Listed Regency residence in the heart of the popular Mid Devon market town of Crediton offers tremendous versatile living accommodation, spectacular gardens, a two bedroom self contained annexe and detached coach house. The accommodation in the main house comprises of: reception hall, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, utility room, wine cellar, store/office, cloakroom, five double bedrooms, drawing room/bedroom five, luxury family bathroom, linen room and a second floor w/c. Wooden gates to the front of the property lead to a large cobbled courtyard providing off road parking and access to the two-storey coach house. The garden is tiered into four sections. The first is laid to lawn with a selection of mature scrubs. There are two patio areas providing excellent alfrescho dining opportunity. As set of stone steps leads to a natural wild garden and inturn access to further lawns segmented by a path flanked by box hedging. The high degree of privacy and glorious views across the valley is a particular feature of the property. The overall property amounts to approximately 0.37 acres. Devonia House has an array of stunning period features that include: pillared entrance, spacious reception hall, elegant turning staircase with mahogony handrail, dual aspect sitting room with parquet flooring, marble fireplaces, sash windows with wooden shutters, original Georgian shelving, and good ceiling heights. The property benefits from having a gas-fired Aga, an abundance of storage facilities and is conveniently located within a few minutes walk to Crediton High Street
The Annexe dates back to Victorian times. Now it is a self contained two-bedroom annexe with Jack n Jill shower room, galley kitchen and sitting room with door to one of the garden patios. The Coach House has enjoyed a substantial refurbishment in recent years and now provides store and garage facilities. These outbuildings offer tremendous scope for further development (subject to necessary planing consent).
Crediton is an old Mid Devon market town with a wealth of history, being situated just seven and half miles north of the Cathedral City of Exeter. The town is most famous for its ancient parish church and for being the birthplace of St. Boniface in 680 A.D. Local amenities include: post office, hospital, primary and secondary schooling, supermarkets, restaurants, modern leisure centre, library, health centre, places of worship and twice monthly farmers market. Queen Elizabeth's Acadamy recently received an 'Outstanding' Ofsted review for its sixth form.