Broadhembury, Honiton

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
Quality stone barn conversion with rural views, garage & parking. 2 double bedrooms. Walking distance to the village. Virtual Tour. EPC Band C.


Set not far from the village, the property is in an elevated position with fantastic far reaching views across East Devon. The picturesque village of Broadhembury is known for its thatched cottages grouped around the ancient Drewe Arms Public House and fine Parish Church. There is also a village Post Office/ General Stores and Primary School.

There are extensive bridleways and paths leading deeper into the Blackdown Hills for walkers and horse riders, and for the more adventurous, the Devon & Somerset gliding club at North Hill.

The property is set between the towns of Honiton and Cullompton, each providing a range of facilities and strong transport links.


Converted in 2003 this wonderful stone barn conversion has been finished to a high standard with terracotta and oak floors as well as hardwood double glazed windows. On the ground floor the open plan living space has a fitted kitchen with granite worktops and electric cooker, integrated fridge/ freezer and new dishwasher.

The front door opens to the front patio/ garden. There is a rear entrance hall with a storage cupboard and small cloakroom with WC and washbasin. A boiler room and separate utility/store can be accessed from the outside. A timber staircase rises to the first floor where there are two double bedrooms with oak flooring one with fitted wardrobe, as well as a family shower room.


The drive leads around to the rear of the barn conversions where there is a large private parking area partly enclosed by attractive timber fencing.

To the front of the house is a landscaped low maintenance garden with a mixture of paved and pebble patio areas enclosed by a low brick wall and a timber fence to allow the enjoyment of the far reaching views to the south.


On the other side of the parking area is a recently built garage, with power and light connected, and high roof enabling additional storage. Please note there is electric connected from the house.


Mains electric and telephone. Private water and drainage, maintained and supplied by the adjoining farmhouse (charged at 60% of South West Water Rates). Central heating and hot water are provided by an oil fired combi boiler.


From Broadhembury head west over the bridge. At Causeway End turn right to Kerswell. After approximately 0.3 of a mile the drive is on your left. Take the right fork, signposted Hembury Court. Go past the barn conversion on your left around to the rear, Poppy's is the third on the left.

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