Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
A beautiful period Grade 2 listed home with annex and three holiday cottages, situated on the outskirts of the popular Regency town of Sidmouth. Freehold. Council Tax Band G


This superb home has been successfully overhauled in recent years and now also offers a thriving holiday letting business. The high standards are maintained throughout with all having undergone improvement works. The highly popular location makes the cottages well placed to attract significant business, with great accessibility to the town, beach and the wider East Devon Jurassic coast area. All the buildings have an abundance of inherent character, while the gardens and grounds extend in all to 0.5 acres, they provide easily maintained open space with ample parking. The

property represents a great opportunity to walk into a well-run existing home and lifestyle business with a quality owners residence in a most charming coastal location.


Just inland from Sidmouth Town centre and one mile from the blue flag beach with a pedestrian foot path linking the Bulverton House to the Regency town. Sidmouth is a town caught in timeless charm with it's beautiful gardens, leisurely walks, Regency history and architecture. It sits along an impressive

coastline and surrounded by spectacular countryside and Blue Flag award winning beaches. Sidmouth has many sporting and leisure activities, a theatre

and a good selection of shops and cafes. Sidmouth lies along the Jurassic coast a world heritage site and the nearby coastal towns of Lyme Regis, Budleigh Salterton, Seaton and Beer are all close at hand. Exeter and the M5 junction 30 lie approximately 11 miles distant with Honiton and

access to the A30 9 miles.

The East Devon countryside and coast provides a picture postcard landscape with an abundance of footpaths, bridleways and open space to provide excellent walking, and cycling opportunities.

Bulverton House

A beautifully presented, modernised and improved Grade 2 listed house and attached annex cottage. The property features excellent character and charm along with a sympathetic modernisation program making the most of the inherent features. The accommodation in brief comprises, a covered entrance porch leads to the hall, sitting room with inglenook fireplace and inset gas wood burning effect stove, kitchen/dining room arranged as a U shape with an

attractive recently installed fitted kitchen with appliances including induction hob with hood over and double oven, large integral fridge and freezer, dishwasher and wine fridge. A utility room provides space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble drier and adjoining cloakroom with WC. The drawing room completes the ground floor. On the first floor there is a large open landing study/recreation space and gives access to all three bedrooms and the two bathrooms. Bedrooms 1 and 3 have built in wardrobes. The main bathroom has been refitted with jacuzzi bath, separate shower, low level WC and wash hand basin. The separate refitted shower room provides, WC, wash hand basin and enclosed shower.

The cottage annex which can be accessed either internally or externally provides, sitting room with inglenook fireplace and modern fitted kitchen. Stairs from the sitting room lead to the first floor and 2 bedrooms served by a shower room.

Holiday lets

The collection of 3 holiday lets converted from former outbuildings have all been recently improved and are rated 5 star by visit England.

Sampson Suite: Sleeps 4

Delderfield Suite: Sleeps 2

Orlando Suite: Sleeps 2

Parking and private gardens are provided for each property. For more information and video tours please go to As described, the cottages provide a high standard of accommodation with great attention to detail, comfort & individual character, which has proven to be a popular choice for guests. Basic accounts can be made available for bona fide potential purchasers after a viewing.


To the front of the property a large gravelled turning and parking area provides ample parking for guest cottages and owner s space with mature trees and surrounding walling and fencing. Picket gate and fence open to a gravelled path leading up to the front door and across to the cottages entrance. The front garden is laid to lawn and faces in a southerly direction. To the rear is an enclosed lawned garden with patio, side vehicle access when required with double gates and former stable building. This comprises a ground floor storage space and on the first floor is the part converted hay loft providing storage/office space with outside access from the rear. This provides single enclosed room with exposed A frame beams and windows and shower room with WC. Beyond this is an enclosed gravelled courtyard with detached greenhouse, further shrubs and trees and surrounding fencing.


Electric, Water, Gas and mains drainage


Cottages rateable value £7200

House council tax band G

Annex cottage Council tax band B

Local Authority

East Devon district council


From the M5 J30 at Exeter take the A3052 towards Sidmouth. After some distance continue through Newton Poppleford, continuing on the A3052. After cresting to next hill, turn right signposted Sidmouth, opposite the Bowd Inn. Follow this road toward Sidmouth and Bulverton House can be found on the left just before Bulverton Park.


Strictly by appointment through Stags Holiday Complex Department on 01392 680058


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

01404 758007

Stags - Honiton Sales

Bank House, 66 High Street, Honiton, Devon, EX14 1PS

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