This stunning detached Edwardian residence occupies a plot of two and a half acres on the fringes of the highly sought-after village of Sidbury.

The period property, named Vale House, comes with landscaped gardens, useful outbuildings, almost two acres of paddocks, and a direct frontage on the picturesque River Sid.

The three-to-four-bedroom family home provides a fine example of Edwardian architecture with its brick elevations, stone quoins, and mainly tiled roof. The house has been thoughtfully enhanced by the current owners and now provides comfortable and spacious living quarters filled with natural light.

Inside, the house is presented in excellent decorative order and has a wealth of fine finishing touches. The sitting room has a cosy look with its feature fireplace and outlook over the landscaped gardens. The kitchen/breakfast room has a modern classic look with a comprehensive range of cream shaker-style units, contrasting quartz work surfaces, a breakfast bar with overhead pendant lighting and several integrated appliances.

One of the standout highlights of the property is the bright garden room that runs along the full depth of the house. This stunning space has a vaulted ceiling, and a log burner and offers splendid views of the gardens, paddocks, river, and the countryside beyond. The ground floor is completed with a spacious dining room and a practical utility/boot room with a cloakroom.

On the first floor, there are three well-proportioned bedrooms, an occasional fourth bedroom or dressing room, a modern shower room, a family bathroom, and a separate cloakroom.

Outside, elevated gardens sit on two sides of the house and feature terraces, diverse borders, and woodland trees. The level paddocks, partly bordering the River Sid, provide a tranquil setting.

At the front, the driveway provides ample space for parking and leads to a detached double garage.

Burnt Oak, Sidbury

Guide Price: £800,000

Agent: Bradleys, Sidmouth

Agent's Tel: 01395 578444