The Street, Kilmington, Axminster, Devon, EX13


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
OPEN HOUSE - Sat 3rd Nov 10-12.00. Refurbished 3 bed family home with views across the Axe Valley. South facing garden. Garage, summer house and 22'6 timber barn.


Set on the quiet edge of Kilmington a short walk to the school and the playing fields, the property enjoys an elevated position with views across the Axe Valley.

The village is home to an array of clubs and facilities, with two pubs, and churches, renowned primary school, garage with shop and popular Millers Farm shop.

The village has a bus service to the nearby market town of Axminster with its mainline station to London. The Jurassic coast is a short distance to the south with Lyme Regis, Beer and Sidmouth an easy drive.

A range of educational facilities are in the area including the renowned Colyton Grammar school around 4 miles away.


Substantially refurbished and enhanced by the current owners this comfortable and stylish family home now benefits from recently installed Oak effect UPVC windows, modern kitchen, big patio doors, landscaped gardens, sun room/office and an insulated timber workroom.

The adaptable accommodation is well laid out, with a welcome entrance door and hall, which leads the eye right through to the views beyond. The stylish kitchen has a range of shaker style units under a solid timber worktop with space for appliances. This is a utility room with shower and WC.

To the rear of the property is a semi-open plan living space, the sitting room features large sliding doors allowing lots of light and provides a frame for the views of the Axe Valley, whilst a new wood burning stove on a slate hearth gives a cosy feel. Oak skirting flows through into the dining room, a lovely room to entertain with views of the garden.

Also on the ground floor is a double bedroom/study.

On the first floor are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom, each enjoying the southerly views and one with fitted wardrobes.


Set back from the road, the property has an attractive front garden laid to lawn with recently planted native mix hedgerow bank and split by a path to the front door. A tarmac drive leads to the side of the house to parking and a garage.

Off the rear of the house is a large elevated decking area to enjoy the views flanked by a herbaceous flower bed. Steps lead around to a secluded area with a sun room/office, and a log store.

The part walled garden is lined with mature shrubs and plants with two areas of lawn connected with a gently sloping gravel path meandering down one side to a third lawn/small orchard.


6.86 x 2.87 (22'6 x 9'5 )

Recently built and intended to be used for the preparation of food, this useful building is of timber construction, insulated and lined, there is power and water connected, although no drainage.


Mains water, electric and drainage. Electric heating.


From Axminster head West on the A35 to Honiton. Take the left turn at the war memorial and immediately left again into George Lane. At the T-Junction turn right and as you see the no through road' sign, the property is on your left.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

Arrange viewing 01404 758007

Stags - Honiton Sales

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