An elegant Grade II Listed former rectory, including an Old School House with planning permission, outbuildings and approximately 3 acres The reception rooms and main bedrooms within the house are well-proportioned with high ceilings and large windows, several of which overlook the grounds to the front. The accommodation is arranged over three storeys with many of the rooms enjoying views to Sidmouth Gap, the Gittisham Heights and Hembury Court. The property has the benefit of formal landscaped gardens, a walled garden, a tennis court and a paddock. There are also a selection of useful outbuildings including an old coach house and stables. The house is approached via entrance pillars and a gate over a gravelled drive to a parking area on the north western side of the house. A porch and front door open into the wide hall. Off to the right is a large double drawing room with sash bay windows and an open fireplace. Opposite here is a sitting room with an interesting granite fire surround and windows overlooking the drive. Beyond these two reception rooms is a superb dining room with a decorative Coleridge frieze and fire surround. The kitchen/breakfast room is located towards the rear of the house beyond the utility room and inner hall. This is a large light room with fitted kitchen units. From the main hall, the staircase rises to the first floor landing where the seven main bedrooms are accessed. The master suite has a large bedroom, a walk through dressing room and bathroom. This room enjoys wonderful views out across the garden and surrounding countryside. The further 6 bedrooms all benefit from these wonderful views and are well-proportioned. The fourth bedroom has also previously been used as a chapel, commissioned by Coleridge and this room has feature Tudor stained glass windows clearly brought in from another property. Stairs lead up to the second floor where there are three further rooms which this floor could easily be arranged as ancillary accommodation. This floor also has 14th century windows fitted The School House: This one roomed property is believed to have been built in 1829 although it houses a former 14th century Beer stone window. This charming building has a feature stone fireplace and doors providing access at both ends. The building is mentioned by Pevsner in The Buildings of England. Planning permission has been granted for the conversion of the School House and garages into a residential holiday cottage (Planning ref. 18/0237/FUL). Further information is available from the vendors agent. Approached directly from a courtyard adjacent to the house are a number of most useful outbuildings which offer great scope for conversion for additional accommodation. These include a double garage and stable block. The courtyard has secondary access via a gate and drive. The Old Rectory has the benefit of a delightful landscaped formal gardens predominantly situated to the south west of the house. On the south western side of the house beyond the lawn is a hard tennis court, an old piggery and a paddock well enclosed by hedge and a number of trees. On the south eastern side of the house is a walled kitchen garden containing vegetable plots, soft fruit bushes, fruit trees and the oil tank. There are also a number of water taps around the garden. These gardens contain a number of fine specimens and provide a range of colours throughout the year. These gardens extend in total to approximately 3 acres.