Alfington, Ottery St Mary

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Historic non-listed farmhouse, with fantastic courtyard of barns and a south-facing paddock, in just over 3 acres. Four bedrooms, an attached granary barn, further outbuildings and paddock with fruit trees. Council Tax Band F. EPC F.


This unique opportunity is positioned in an accessible location on the edge of the small village of Alfington between the vibrant market town of Honiton and the pretty country town of Ottery St Mary. The historic farmhouse enjoy a sunny aspect and is well placed for access to the B3177 which links to the A30 and Ottery St Mary, along with a regular bus service.

Alfington has a church and a small village hall, whilst Ottery St Mary, home to the well-respected Kings School, has a host of independent shops, pubs and restaurants, a large Sainsbury store, a sports and leisure centre and a doctors surgery.

Honiton offers a wider selection of shops and facilities, as well as a train station on the Exeter to London Waterloo line. The Cathedral City of Exeter lies some 14 miles to the West.

The coast at Sidmouth, a World Heritage site, is to the South.


The farmhouse has a wealth of character features including exposed cruck and ceiling beams, plank and muntin screen, window seats and fireplaces. The accommodation is centred around a large kitchen, fitted with a range of units, Belfast sink and an oil-fired Aga set within a large brick fireplace. The living room has an inglenook fireplace . The sitting room enjoys a double aspect and also has a feature fireplace. The dining room has beautiful clay tiled floor and character timber mullion window.

On the first floor are four bedrooms with exposed cruck beams. The family bathroom has a claw foot roll top bath.


Forming a courtyard there is an array of barns as show on the floor plan, although technically agricultural in planning terms they do open themselves out for a range of opportunities, subject to consents.


Behind the barns next to the farmhouse is an elevated lawn area sheltered by mature trees and hedges.


A large gently sloping paddock plannted with numerous nut and fruit trees.

In all the property extends to about 3.04 acres (1.23 ha)


A cob, brick and timber barn, partly open fronted.


A large former granary barn adjoining the farmhouse has been renovated with glazed Oak doors and floors. Attached to the rear is a two storey barn with an internal stair case, that lead down to the cellar.


Recently re-roofed, this brick barn was the former parlour to the farm and has its electricity and use as an event room.


Block built building, split into a number of loose boxes.


Mains electric and water. Private drainage. Oil-fired central heating.

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