Sidmouth Property of the Week: Grade II listed cottage in Otterton

Sidmouth Nub News' Property of the Week is a Grade II listed cottage in Otterton

By Will Goddard

1st Aug 2022 | Property of the Week

Are you looking for a new home in the Sidmouth area, or just enjoy browsing for a dream property?

Sidmouth Nub News' Property of the Week feature highlights homes currently on the market.

To see more properties available in and around Sidmouth, visit the property section of our website.

This week, we are showcasing a Grade II listed cottage in Otterton for a guide price of £300,000 courtesy of Whitton and Laing.

The property

Agent's note: Section 157 of the housing act 1985, to purchase this property you must have lived or worked in Devon for the three years prior to purchase. The neighbouring cottages enjoy a pedestrian right of way across the rear garden and down the side of the property. Council tax band C. The property is held on a 999-year lease dated from 25 March 1959.

This Grade II listed two-bedroom end-of-terrace cottage can be found in a quiet setting close to the local church and school in Otterton.

It has lots of character, with a long rear garden and store, and is in need of some modernisation.

Inside, there is a spacious living room with a door leading to the rear garden, a fitted kitchen, two first-floor bedrooms, a bathroom, and electric central heating and extensive wood-frame double glazing.

There is also a garden at the front.

For more information or an appointment to view this property please contact Whitton & Laing, Exmouth Office, telephone 01395 267777 or email [email protected].

Click here to view the property on their website (including a virtual tour!).


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