Colebrooke Lane, Cullompton

Price £800,000

Stunning Grand Design in a rural yet accessible location 


Key features

    • Stunning Grand Design
    • Huge open plan kitchen/dining/family room
    • Two sitting rooms
    • 4 Bedrooms (2 ensuite)
    • Family bathroom
    • Entrance atrium
    • Balcony with panoramic countryside views
    • Double garage and store
    • Large grounds
    • Further land available
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Receptions 3
  • Bathrooms 4



This stunning “Grand Design” has recently been created from a former Dutch barn situated on the edge of this small farmstead less than two miles from Junction 28 of the M5.  The skilfully designed accommodation offers a wonderful blend of contemporary open plan family living whilst incorporating and highlighting the many individual features of this former farm building.


The state of the art accommodation is warmed by an air heat source unit with underfloor heating on both ground and first floor.


The impressive full height atrium hallway leads to the vast open plan living/dining/kitchen together with a comfortable sitting room/snug, shower room and double bedroom with en-suite shower.


The first floor accommodation is similarly arranged around an extensive open plan sitting room and comprises three further bedrooms (one with en-suite) and family bathroom.


The “L” shaped balcony can be accessed from two of the bedrooms, in addition to the sitting room and will surely delight those wishing to relax and enjoy the rural views from this delightful raised vantage point.


The double garage with adjoining workshop/games room lie to the east of the house with large terrace to the south leading onto the grassed grounds.



Situation & Amenities


The nearby small country town of Cullompton offers a range of High Street shops, including award-winning butcher and coffee shop, together with two supermarkets, doctor’s surgeries, historic Grade I listed Walronds, recently constructed library, community centre and sports centre. Cullompton offers two primary schools and community college, private schooling can be found nearby in Tiverton, Exeter, Taunton and Wellington. The nearby M5 with its Junction 28 facilitates rapid commuting south to the cathedral city of Exeter and north to the county town of Taunton.  The surrounding countryside offers a wealth of rural pursuits with the nearby Blackdown Hills being designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty.  A short way to the south the National Trust country estate of Killerton provides lovely walks through the gardens, grounds and arboretum.  The comparatively central mid Devon location places the picturesque national parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor together with north and south Devon coastlines all within a modest car journey.





On the Ground Floor


Extensive canopy porch with slate flagged approach to wide fully glazed front door with matching side panel to stunning hallway/atrium rising the entire height of the building with feature slate wall and gallery.  Inner glazed door to spectacular open plan living accommodation, the first section comprising the staircase hall, with floor to ceiling cloaks cupboard, illuminated side display shelving, wide easing rising stairs to first floor.


The principle ground floor living space comprises a vast open plan kitchen/dining/living area.  The kitchen area being sumptuously appointed with extensive range of pastel ash coloured units with pale quartz work tops with inset stainless steel sinks to worktop and island unit providing an extensive array of base units including cupboards, full depth recycling drawer, integrated dishwasher, pan drawers with inset cutlery/utensil storage.  Island unit, again with base cupboards and two sets of pan drawers, wine cooler, breakfast bar, “pearl ash” electric Aga with three ovens and adjoining electric module providing two ovens and four ring ceramic hob, extractor over, down lighting, floor to ceiling unit in three sections providing central larder storage flanked on one side by deepfreeze and the other by a refrigerator, the kitchen area with tiled floor and the remainder being a continuation of the engineered timber flooring.  Wide sliding patio doors enjoying a spectacular outlook over the grounds and adjoining countryside towards Bradninch Hill.  Underfloor heating.


Study/Office engineered timber floor with underfloor heating, twin sliding doors to store room,


Utility Room with matching units to those in the kitchen comprising three base cupboards with timber effect worktop over, space and plumbing for washing machine, inset stainless steel single drainer sink with mixer tap over, triple wall cupboards, underfloor heating, door to south facing terrace.


Sitting Room/Snug cosy dual aspect room with continuation of engineered timber flooring, under floor heating, glazed door to south facing terrace.


Cloakroom/Shower Room large shower with rain head and hand spray, wall hung W.C. with concealed cistern, resin washbasin set on vanity unit with cupboards beneath, ladder style towel rail, extractor, down lighting, part tiled walls, tiled floor.


Plant Room housing twin hot water cylinders, pressure vessels, controls for air heat source heating system, electric supply units, and underfloor heating manifold system, tiled floor.


Bedroom 4 Impressive dual aspect double bedroom, floor to ceiling fitted double wardrobes with storage cupboards above, display shelving.


En-Suite Shower Room with walk-in shower, having rain head and hand spray, wall suspended W.C. with concealed cistern, vanity washbasin with drawers beneath, part tiled walls, tiled floor, shelved recess, extractor, down lighting.




On the First Floor


Wide easy rising stairs to fabulous galleried landing, enjoying an outlook through the atrium towards adjoining countryside and leading to the


Spectacular vaulted sitting room with exposed curved glulam beams, continuation of timber flooring, triple sliding patio doors to extensive “L” shaped balcony with glazed screen and timber handrail ensuring full appreciation of the country outlook.


Bedroom 1 Lovely bright and airy bedroom with windows on three sides, lofty curved ceiling with exposed glulam beams, French door to south facing section of balcony, access to section of loft storage, door to


En-Suite Shower Large walk-in shower with rain head and hand spray, W.C. with concealed cistern, wide vanity basin with drawers beneath, part tiled walls, tiled floor, extractor, heated ladder style towel rail.


Bedroom 2 Exceptionally bright room with dual aspect and triple sliding French doors to south section of balcony, exposed glulam beams.


Family Bathroom Having contemporary freestanding bath with waterfall tap, corner entry frameless shower unit with rain head and hand spray, W.C. with concealed cistern, vanity basin with drawers beneath, window with remote controlled roller blind, ladder style towel rail, part tiled walls, tiled floor, extractor.


Bedroom 3 Pleasing curved roof with exposed glulam beam, outlook towards the original farmstead.






The property can be approached through three entrances with a wide driveway leading past the property to a short double width drive leading to the double garage 22’ x 22’, having a 20’ powered door, light and power, communicating door to adjoining Workshop/Store 19’ x 13’, twin doors, light and power.  Immediately behind the garage lies a walled terrace with outlook over the grounds to distant hills and with short flight of steps leading to the paved terracing that surrounds the house on two sides.  Beyond the terrace the grassed grounds lie to the south and adjoin the owner’s farmland.  An agricultural gated entrance leads off the country lane over a stoned farm track leading to the house.


Additional land available by negotiation.




Mains electricity and water, newly installed sewage treatment plant, underfloor central heating to ground and first floor by air heat source.


13 Miles Exeter.  20 Miles Taunton.  7 Miles Tiverton Parkway.




Whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy of our property details we have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture and fittings or services.  Neither have we had site of any legal documents and the buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor and/or surveyor.  Prospective purchasers are advised to check the availability of the property and make an appointment to view before embarking on any journey.  Floor plans and maps are not to scale and are for identification purposes only.


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