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4 bed detached House

Stags | 4 bedroom property for sale in High Street, Dulverton

listed on 2021-01-28  Stags   

High Street, Dulverton Guide price £565,000 | 4 bedrooms Property features • Excellent Town Centre Location • Substantial Grade II Listed Town House • Kitchen/Breakfast Room • 2 Reception Rooms • 4 Bedrooms • Period Features • Large Walled Garden • No Onward Chain SITUATION Sydenham House occupies a very convenient position in the heart of Dulverton within easy walking distance of all local amenities. Dulverton is a delightful small town, which is nestled in the Barle River valley and is well known as The Gateway to Exmoor. It has a strong community and provides good day to day shopping together with three churches, a post office, chemist, medical, dental and veterinary surgeries, restaurants and a well-supported town hall. There is also a good school and recreational facilities including squash courts, all-weather tennis courts, football and cricket pitches. Tiverton, (14 miles) offers further shopping and entertainment facilities and the well-known Blundell's School together with easy access to the M5 and mainline railway station at Tiverton Parkway. The county town of Taunton (25 miles) and the University and Cathedral City of Exeter (29 miles south) boast a wealth of shopping, recreational and leisure facilities. Exeter Airport lies to the east of the city and offers national and international flights. Situated within the Exmoor National Park, Sydenham House is ideally located to take advantage of the walking and riding on the wonderful heather and gorse clad slopes of the moorland and the beautiful river valleys. Also the North Devon coastline has an excellent range of beaches from which to enjoy numerous water sports, whilst there is sailing and fishing on Wimbleball Lake (6 miles). DESCRIPTION Sydenham House is a substantial character property originally a medieval farmhouse dating back to the 15th century but then altered internally in the early 19th century. The house has a fascinating history, thought to have been purchased together with the adjoining property by Sir Francis Drake in 1585 or thereabouts, for his wife Elizabeth Sydenham, hence the name and the fact that there are several other local connections with the Sydenham family. Despite being altered and modernised over the centuries, this lovely property retains many interesting period features and has delightful views of the parish church. The house now offers comfortable spacious accommodation and would make a wonderful family home in an extremely convenient location. It benefits from a private walled garden with a sheltered sun patio, well-stocked borders and shrubs. ACCOMMODATION The house contains a number of period features, including high ceilings, sash windows, period fireplaces, panelled doors, ornate cornicing and wooden floors. The particularly generous reception space includes a welcoming entrance hall with staircase, a formal dining room and a beautifully proportioned drawing room. The kitchen/breakfast room is a good size with a dresser and a Rayburn. There is also a useful utility room and a cloakroom Upstairs there are three double bedrooms, a single bedroom and the family bathroom. An interesting feature is the 'priest hole'. Many great houses had a priest hole built so that the presence of a priest could be concealed when searches were made of the building. OUTSIDE To the rear of the property is a very pretty and extremely private sun drenched walled garden with a seating area made from natural cobblestones. There are many mature plants with well-stocked borders and shrubs. Views of the church are enjoyed from the garden. VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the agents please. DIRECTIONS Travelling north into Dulverton, take the right fork in front of the chemists into High Street. Continue up this street past the public car park on the right and Sydenham House will be found on the left hand side soon after. SERVICES Mains electricity, water and drainage. Broadband available. COUNCIL TAX Band F (2021/2022)   Read more

Primary schools


  • Fishers Mead, Dulverton, TA22 9EN
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Barns Close West, Dulverton, TA22 9EE
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

4 bed House

Piggies and Foxes, Dulverton, Somerset | Seddons Estate Agents

Full Property Details A charming 17th Century stone barn conversion , currently set up as two cottages with internal adjoining access, in need of refurbishment. The whole would make a character home with 4 bedrooms or a 3 bedroom home with one bedroom annex cottage, situated just a short drive from the Exmoor town of Dulverton. No onward chain. This 17th Century stone built former barn and stable was converted into two cottages in c. 1990. The property is now in need of updating and renovation and could readily be adapted to make a single dwelling. Foxes, the one bedroom cottage, comprises a sitting room with inglenook fireplace, a kitchenette and upstairs is a double bedroom and bathroom. Piggies is the larger 3 bedroom cottage comprising a kitchen, sitting room with woodburning stove, dining room with a bathroom leading off. Steps lead from the dining room to the sitting room in Foxes, interconnecting both cottages. Upstairs in Piggies can be found two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a bathroom. To the front of the property is a south facing, gravelled seating area and a small courtyard area with garden shed/store. Situated separately from the property is a stone built linhay, which could provide parking for two vehicles after renovation. The property is situated at the end of a quiet country lane amidst beautiful rolling countryside, just a short drive from the historic Exmoor town of Dulverton which offers a great variety of shops, pubs and restaurants as well as a library, doctors surgery, pharmacy and schools. The market town of Tiverton to the south with dual carriageway access to Junction 27 of the M5 Motorway and Tiverton Parkway mainline station with services to London (Paddington 2 hours). From Dulverton proceed up Andrews Hill and at the top take the right hand turn to Hawkridge. After 2 miles turn left at the T junction and proceed for 300 metres before turning left down the no through lane. Follow this for 500 metres and park at the rear of the building along the lane. The cottages will be found on the right hand side as you walk between a large stone barn and the cottages.

Primary schools


  • Fishers Mead, Dulverton, TA22 9EN
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Barns Close West, Dulverton, TA22 9EE
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection