Payhembury, Honiton

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Beautifully presented barn conversion, with additional barn/workshop, all within a superb and unspoilt rural location. Freehold. Council Tax Band D. EPC C.


The property is set in Tale, a small hamlet a short distance from the parish of Payhembury with a pub, church, primary school and community shop. The local vicinity is quiet and unspoilt, with gentle hills and valleys, creating a beautiful rural setting. The larger nearby village of Feniton has a range of facilities, including a station on the Waterloo line.

Readily accessible to the south is the small town of Ottery St Mary, the town has a range of useful facilities including the renowned The Kings School, secondary school.

Honiton to the south east, offers a good range of amenities with its selection of independent shops and twice-weekly market. The Cathedral City of Exeter lies to the west with a comprehensive array of retail and leisure facilities. The M5 is easily accessible at J28 (Cullompton), providing great links to Cornwall to the south and Bristol and London to the north and east. There are regular rail services to London Paddington from Tiverton Parkway, and Exeter International Airport provides a number of domestic and international flights.


Summers Barn is a beautifully presented barn conversion converted in 2019 to a high standard. It boasts features such as solid oak floors and doors as well as high vaulted ceilings with exposed green Oak frame.

The property offers versatile and generous accommodation, with a large entrance hallway leading to a fantastic country kitchen with Aga and Belfast sink, and plenty of space for a dining table and chairs, doors lead from the kitchen to the courtyard. There is a useful utility room with further cupboards and work surface, as well as space for appliances and a stable door leading to the garden. On the ground floor, there is also the generous living room with log burner and window seats to appreciate the countryside views. There is a downstairs shower room, as well as a ground floor large double bedroom with ensuite.

On the first floor there are three further double bedrooms, with plenty of character such as exposed beams, stained glass panes, and beautiful countryside views from all rooms. Bedroom two benefits from a further ensuite.


To the front is a pretty landscaped courtyard and private off-street parking for several vehicles. The front garden has bordered short hedgerow and shrubs and trees. It has a cobb and brick-built pizza oven, and a charming space for dining. There is a further barn, which would lend itself well to be converted into an annexe, but is currently used as a work shop / with a further games room with kitchenette, and several storage areas. The main garden is mostly laid to lawn and bordered with an established hedgerow and interspersed with flower beds, shrubs and trees. There is plenty of space to grow your own produce, and a wilding area with pond framed with a dozen fruit trees.


Mains water and electricity. Private drainage - Biorock septic tank. Air sourced central heating and hot water. The ground floor is fitted with underfloor heating. The current owners have also installed Voneus Broadband.


From the old A30 at Fairmile, head North signposted to Escot and Talaton, pass Escot and before entering Talaton turn right signposted to Plymtree just beyond the brow of the hill. Continue on this road for just under 2 miles passing the turning to Payhembury and take the next left.


Planning application in process for house extension and car port.

01404 758007

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