Positioned in an elevated setting, Sherway Farm is a gorgeous home with uninterrupted, south facing views across a wide stretch of unspoilt Devon countryside. The approach is superb and sets the tone for the rest of the property. A long private driveway sweeps through the grounds with the beautiful lawn garden to the right and the well-presented paddock to the left.
Eventually arriving at the house you are greeted by the gorgeous gravelled parking with views of the pretty faade of the house.
The house is positioned to take advantage of the exceptional views over the gardens and grounds and first impressions are fantastic. The quality of the renovation work that has been undertaken by the current owners is immediately noticeable.
On entrance to the house an impressive entrance hall with a beautiful tiled floor and a grand staircase, creates a wonderful sense of arrival. Both principal reception rooms are positioned on the left and right hand side of the entrance hall, offering an abundance of character and light throughout. These rooms are complimented by attractive feature fireplaces and beautiful bay windows, drawing attention to the far-reaching views.
The entrance hall leads through to a well-presented kitchen, which has been beautifully designed, consisting of several built-in units and a wonderful sink unit, boasting views across the valley and beyond. Off the kitchen is a fully fitted prep kitchen which is incredibly useful, with built in appliances and ample storage space. The rear passage leads through to a boiler and laundry room, a downstairs shower room and boot room.
The immaculate presentation and attention to detail continues to the first floor where there are four beautifully appointed bedrooms and a modern family bathroom.
Beyond the main house are the three incredibly successful holiday cottages alongside a large barn, workshop and mange. The current owners have created an incredibly successful holiday cottage business which includes three beautiful, presented cottages in the most idyllic rural setting. The Dairy, The
Coach House and The Shippen have been finished to an incredibly high standard, offering spacious accommodation throughout, benefitting from their own private space and hot tub, boasting far reaching views of the countryside. For more information on the cottage please follow the link and accounts are available on
Gardens and Grounds
What really sets Sherway Farm apart from other properties is the setting and the grounds, which give the sense of utter seclusion, privacy and gives a truly magical lifestyle. It is an idyllic setting, with a Swallows and Amazons lifestyle. The gardens and grounds at Sherway Farm are stunning and match the quality of the house. The whole property has a rich diversity of land including permanent pasture, mature woodland, a pond with a tree house and a stream which borders Paradise Copse. Sherway Farm owns its own little piece of Paradise Copse. The land offers a buyer many opportunities to take full benefit of the diversity and privacy of the property. As well as the glorious land, Sherway Farm offers several outbuildings, including a large agricultural barn, workshop, garden store and two further storage rooms. Behind the large barn, you will find stables and a mange, ideal for those with equestrian requirements.
A real feature of the property is ‘Hobbits’ this is a magnificent garden room hidden at the top of the garden, it is perfectly placed and offers fabulous views over the valley and beyond.
Sherway Farm is situated on the western side of Clyst Hydon village, with excellent road links to Exeter, Cullompton and Tiverton. The village of Clyst Hydon offers many amenities, including a highly respected primary school, outdoor swimming pool and very popular pub called The Five Bells. With the market town of Cullompton only 4.9 miles away, this provides a range of shopping facilities, a primary school and secondary school and leisure centre.
The thriving market town of Tiverton is only 10 miles away which provides an extensive range of facilities including an excellent range of shops, banking, recreational and educational facilities. There is also an excellent selection of state and independent schools including East Devon College and the highly regarded Blundell’s School. Also within easy reach are Exeter School, The Maynard, Wellington School as well as Taunton School, King’s College and Queen’s College in Taunton. Known for its striking cathedral, Exeter is only half an hour away and is well served by a range of restaurants, cafes and leisure facilities. It is also home to a world-renowned university and has a diverse range of shopping.