A handsome six-bedroom detached former water mill set in a secluded location.

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Although a mill has been on the site since around 1100, Creedy Mill is believed to date from around 1700. The property has been sensitively modernised and extended to offer almost 3,500 sq. ft. of light-filled flexible accommodation arranged over two floors and combines the amenities of modern living with retained period features including exposed beams. The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming through reception hall with marble flooring, window seating and a feature fireplace with woodburning stove and bressumer beam over. A spacious drawing room with feature fireplace with woodburning stove and a well proportioned rear aspect family room with ornate stone fireplace and a bible cupboard. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a large kitchen/dining room with a stable door into a dual aspect glazed conservatory with a utility area, French doors to the garden and a neighbouring boot room with access to the integral garage. The kitchen provides a range of wall and floor units with a double Belfast sink, four-oven Aga, fridge, dishwasher and space for a good-sized table.

On the first floor the property offers a generous front aspect guest bedroom with en suite bathroom, five further well-proportioned double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate family shower room.

Outside

Set within beautiful landscaped gardens with a stream, Creedy Mill is approached through high timber gates into a gravelled parking and turning area giving access to the integral double garage with an area of terraced lawn with a feature well. The rear garden, a particular feature of this property, offers extensive lawned areas with mature flowerbeds and specimen trees and features an original mill stone, a garden pond and a large paved terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, bordered by mature tree and Binneford Brook, a tributary of the River Creedy, the whole enjoying far reaching views over neighbouring countryside.

Situation

Creedy Mill is situated in a secluded location on the outskirts of the hamlet of Kennerleigh, which has a historic Norman church and village shop. Sandford lies among some of Mid Devon's most picturesque countryside and has a good range of day-to-day amenities including two public houses, a village hall, community shop, Post Office and church, together with a pre school and popular primary school. The busy market town of Crediton offers a wider range of day-to-day amenities including a farmers’ market, supermarkets, banks, traditional High Street shops, GP surgery, secondary schooling, a railway station on the Tarka Line (Barnstaple to Exeter) and an 18-hole parkland golf course. The historic university and cathedral city of Exeter provides a wide range of amenities befitting a centre of its importance including excellent shopping, dining, cultural, sporting and recreational pursuits as well as mainline railway stations on the Waterloo and Paddington lines.

Exeter International Airport provides an ever increasing number of domestic and international flights including twice daily flights to London City. The M5 motorway provides easy access to the Midlands and the north of England and connects with the M4 north of Bristol to provide motorway access to London. The area offers access to a good selection of state schooling including Sandford School and Queen Elizabeth’s, as well as to a number of renowned independent schools including St. Wilfrid’s, Exeter Cathedral School, The Maynard and Blundell’s, are all within easy reach.

Directions

From Exeter, leave in the direction of Crediton on the A377 and follow this route into Crediton. At the first roundabout take the third turning on the left over the hill to the junction. At the next roundabout turn left, then immediately right as signed to Sandford. Proceed for about 4½ miles and continue through the village of Kennerleigh. After about a third of a mile turn right, signposted to Creedy Mill. Take the second right turning and then turn immediately left where the entrance gates to the property will be found.

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Ref: EXE180293

Kennerleigh Crediton Devon EX17

Guide Price
£825,000

Ref: EXE180293

Kennerleigh Crediton Devon EX17

Guide Price
£825,000