Tidewell Manor is an elegant, three storey early Georgian former manor house, listed Grade II*. The property was originally a medieval manor, but was subsequently rebuilt in 1725.
Built of Flemish bond brick with sash windows beneath a slate roof typical of the period, the main rooms are spacious, with high ceilings and include many period features such as original panelling, decorative cornicing and ceiling moulds.
The reception rooms on the ground floor include a large dining room, formerly the reception hall, the current reception room and the sitting room, as well as the drawing room and a study/living room; the kitchen is full height and extremely welcoming; the rear hall leads to the cellars, and the ground floor also boasts a bedroom.
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Upstairs is a galleried landing, and five bedroom/bathroom suites with good views out over the gardens and the countryside beyond.
Outside is a substantial range of outbuildings including former coach houses and stables, and incorporate stores, workshops and garages as well as a former kennels.
Mature formal gardens include extensive lawned areas with ornamental trees and shrubs. To the west is a terrace, and to the south east is another terrace and the planting throughout is attractive.
Tidewell Manor is situated just to the north of Budleigh Salterton in East Devon, above the River Otter valley. The town has good local amenities and you’re just on the edge of the Jurassic Coast.
The guide price is £1.35m. For further information please contact Jackson Stops & Staff on 01392 214 222 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.
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