Church Street, Cullompton


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
A stunning historic house, tastefully renovated to a high standard with superb gardens overlooking the Church. Kitchen/Breakfast Room. 3 Reception Rooms. 5 Bedrooms plus a Dressing Room. Over 3,928 sq ft of Accommodation. Former Coach House & Stables. Suitable for a Variety of Uses (STP). Parking. EPC Band D.


Cullompton itself boasts both primary and secondary schools, shops, Post Office, building society and has regular buses to Exeter and Tiverton. There is good access to both Junction 28 of the M5, approximately 1 mile distance, and Junction 27 of the M5, approximately 3 miles distance. Alongside Junction 27 lies Tiverton Parkway Station, with an intercity link to London Paddington of approximately 130 minutes. The Cathedral and university city of Exeter is within easy commuting distance, being 15 miles away taking approximately 20 minutes by car. There is a regular bus service from Plymouth to Bristol Airport via Cullompton.


St Patricks is a substantial Grade II Listed house with outbuildings. The key reason for the listing is the symmetrical sash windows to front, some with internal shutters, beautiful dog leg staircase with carved wooden rail and bobbin baluster, and a stunning cornice in the principle bedroom.

The house has many wonderful period features and overlooks the St Andrews Church. Set back from the main road there is a high degree of privacy with large gardens and parking. There is further potential to convert the coach house, subject to the necessary consents. Internal inspection is recommended.


A solid front door leads to the entrance porch, with tiled floor, dado rail and part glazed door in to entrance hall with continuation of tiled floor. Dog leg staircase leads to the first floor with understairs cupboard. Part glazed door to rear lobby and doors giving access to all rooms.

The ground floor accommodation includes sitting room with sash windows and shutters, fireplace with tiled surround and wooden mantel, dado rail, picture rail, coving and two radiators. Dining room with sash windows and shutters, fireplace with tiled surround with wooden mantel and tiled hearth, dado rail, coving and cornice. The third reception room is a stunning, spacious games room with a stone fireplace and tiled hearth, wooden floor, picture rail, three decorative windows overlooking the garden and a door leading out to the garden.

The kitchen has a range of wall and base units and some display cabinets, with granite work surfaces and tiled splashbacks. There is also Range cooker with extractor, Belfast sink with mixer tap, bay window overlooking garden, built-in dishwasher and wooden floor. Door into utility with Belfast sink, plumbing for washing machine, wall and base units with laminate work surfaces, wooden floor and roof light. Part glazed door to further front lobby with solid door to front. Completing the ground floor accommodation is the shower room. Door to Coach House.

First floor landing with sash window to garden, picture rail and doors leading to all rooms. There are three bedrooms on this floor. One has a dressing room, two have an en-suite shower room, with the master having the stunning cornice, marble fireplace with hearth and wooden surround, window seats taking advantage of the beautiful outlook over the garden and towards the church. The family bathroom comprises a decorative stained glass window, shower cubicle, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, towel rail, roll top bath, tiled spashbacks, extractor and wooden floor. There is also a boiler cupboard and WC.

Stairs to second floor landing with storage cupboard, access into eaves and roof light. There are two bedrooms on the second floor, both with windows to front and one with a walk-in wardrobe.


The property is approached through sliding double wooden gates onto a cobbled and shingle drive, with parking and turning area. Opposite is the former coach house, which is split into two levels, and former stables with original iron work and feature window. It is currently mainly used by the owners for storage but it would also be suitable for a variety of other uses (STP).

The surrounding gardens immediately adjoining the house have been set out to enjoy the sun, and offer a good degree of privacy, with the main area of garden having a large level lawn. There are various flower borders, with mature plants and shrubs, beautiful Wisteria and fruit trees. Overall the gardens have been well laid out to offer seclusion and tranquillity and extend to approximately 45 metres.


Strictly by prior appointment through the agents, Stags, on 01884 235705.


Coming from the motorway head towards the town centre and at the traffic lights turn left onto the High Street. Continue through the High Street and turn left into Church street, continue a short distance where the property will be found on the left hand side. Identified by the double green gates.


Mains electricity, water and drainage. Gas heating.

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Stags - Tiverton

19 Bampton Street, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 6AA

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