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Bedrooms: 3
An attractive and beautifully presented detached period cottage set in private gardens with views overlooking the surrounding countryside. EPC F


Longfield House is located in the heart of the Blackdown Hills, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, surrounded by beautiful countryside.

The property enjoys easy access to the nearby village of Churchinford (2 miles) with a village shop and public house. The market town of Honiton with rail link to London Waterloo and access to the A30 are within 10 miles from the property. Wellington, to the north, has access to the M5. The larger town of Taunton has an excellent range of High Street shops and rail link to London Paddington. Exeter and the south coast are approximately a 40 minute drive.


Longfield House is a beautifully presented detached stone built property under a tiled roof offering plenty of character and spacious accommodation throughout..

On the ground floor is a spacious boot room leading into the hallway with the good sized kitchen and breakfast room to one side, the kitchen is a charming room with a variety of cupboards and granite worksurfaces, a Belfast sink, integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer. An oil-fired Alpha cooker provides the central heating and hot water.

The open planned sitting room and dining room is another lovely room, with a wood burning stove set in brick surround with wooden mantle over. This leads to the garden room which has windows to all three aspects overlooking the gardens and patio doors leading out to a garden terrace.

On the first floor there is a spacious landing, with doors leading to three good-sized double bedrooms and the beautifully presented family bathroom with a free standing bath and separate walk-in shower. The principal bedroom enjoys views over the surrounding countryside and an excellent range of built-in storage. The further two bedrooms are also good size double rooms.


The gardens are laid mainly to lawn, with a variety of mature shrubs, a collection of fruit trees (including apple, mulberry and quince), and two patio areas, perfect for outdoor dining. Further down the garden, there is a greenhouse, small shed, vegetable plot and workshop, with electric. There is ample parking at the property.


Private drainage via a sewerage treatment plant which is located in neighbouring land,, with an agreed formal right of access. Oil fired central heating. Mains water and electricity. The property has the benefit of Standard or Ultrafast (Up to 1000 mbps) broadband (Ofcom). EE, O2 and Vodaphone mobile phone coverage outdoors. We understand that fibre broadband is available in the village.


Head East out of Honiton, taking Langford Road to Dunkeswell (Signposted Combe Raleigh, Luppitt and Dunkeswell) Continue on this road, passing Smeatharpe Airfield, continue through the village of Smeatharpe, passing the Village Hall on your left hand side and the property will be found just a little further on the left hand side opposite Slough Lane.

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