Green End Lane, Cullompton

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Beautiful 4 bed period home with stunning gardens, garage and outbuildings. Kitchen/dining room, atrium, sitting room, downstairs cloakroom, conservatory, 4 bedrooms (2 en suite), family bathroom, garage, store and outbuildings. Council Tax Band F. Freehold. EPC Band D


Tyes Farm House is set in a wonderful quiet position in the heart of Plymtree. The village has an active community with a well regarded primary school, pub, church, village hall, recreational field (football, cricket and tennis court) and a community run shop.

The town of Cullompton (4 miles) has a wider range of shops and facilities including a Tesco supermarket. Approximately 14 miles to the south west is the university and cathedral city of Exeter, offering a range of shopping amenities including leading departments stores, together with a wide choice of state and private education, hospitals and Exeter international airport.

The market town of Honiton (8 miles), also provides a good range of facilities, whilst the M5 can be accessed near Cullompton (Junction 28). There are rail stations on the London Paddington line at Exeter and Tiverton Parkway (Junction 27 of the M5) with stations on the London Waterloo line at Honiton, Feniton and Exeter. The East Devon coast is easily accessible, lying 13 miles to the south offering a wide range of recreational opportunities including walking on the coastal path and sailing clubs at Beer and Sidmouth.


This historic characterful semi-detached village home has been improved over the years and forming a beautiful and spacious family home.

Although the property is not listed there is a wealth of character features with exposed beams, a large inglenook fireplace with bread oven, exposed brick work and timber panelling. Although attached to one side, the property is orientated towards the stunning landscaped gardens and in all the plot extends to nearly 1/4 acre. Our clients have recently changed several windows with casement style uPVC double glazed units.


The generous accommodation is well laid out with an entrance hall, large farmhouse style kitchen, with recently fitted units, range cooker integrated dishwasher and at the other end of the room the impressive inglenook fireplace has a new woodburner, bread oven and significant timber Bressummer. To the side is a larder.

The sitting room has timber panelled walls with fitted book shelves and exposed beams. Doors open from here to a conservatory that enjoys a view out over the garden and back into a two storey atrium, which provides further space and light. From here stairs rise to the first floor. On the ground floor there is also a cloakroom.

On the first floor there are two large double bedrooms, the main bedroom with dressing room and refitted en suite bathroom. The guest bedroom has recently refitted en suite bathroom. There are two further single bedrooms, a study and a family bathroom.


A private drive runs down to a gravel parking and turning area for several cars in front of the double garage. There are three former pony stables providing additional storage which may have the potential for further accommodation/annexe, subject to consents. The gardens have been lovingly tended and landscaped with a colourful variety of attractive flowers and shrubs throughout the year. There is a greenhouse raised beds, herbaceous borders intersected by gravel and paved pathways.


Mains electric, water and drainage. Oil-fired central heating. There is a 4 KW array of Photovoltaic Panels providing an income and reduced electricity bills, alongside solar panels providing hot water.


In the centre of the village with the church behind you on the bend, turn off to the south west. Almost immediately turn left and the drive to the property is the next on the right.

01404 758007

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