A most imposing Grade ll Listed ground floor residence situated in a semi-rural location.
Occupying a slightly elevated position, the property takes full advantage of its westerly aspect with lovely views over the village to the surrounding countryside.
Accommodation The property is understood to have been re-built during the mid-nineteenth century, having originally been the vicarage.
The property is now split into three units comprising a house and two self-contained flats.
Flat 1 occupies part of the ground floor and benefits from having its own private gardens.
The majority of the garden is to the front elevation and includes a sweeping driveway and parking/turning area.
There is also a timber garage, and within the garden there is a brick built barn, garden store and summer house.
The property retains character and charm and worthy of particular mention are the well-proportioned rooms and large sash windows.
The flat also benefits from having gas fired central heating.
Location Sidbury is a delightful village located about 3 miles from Sidmouth.
It has a good variety of amenities including a primary school, a church, a pub and a local shop.
Sidmouth is a Regency coastal town located about 15 miles from Exeter and about 12 miles from junction 30 of the M5.
The town has a range of sporting and recreational facilities and a wide variety of shops.
There is an Esplanade, beaches and ornamental public gardens.
From Sidbury there are regular bus services to Sidmouth, Exeter, Honiton and other nearby towns.
Mainline railway stations are located at Honiton and Exeter.
Council Tax East Devon District Council Tax Band E