Trew House is a beautifully refurbished seven bedroom family house set in the heart of its own land and gardens. The current owners have completely refurbished and extended the main house, creating a beautiful and flexible family home. The attention to detail is found throughout the house, with polished tile flooring, luxurious
carpeting and a well-designed kitchen, all naturally well-lit and spacious.
The accommodation on the ground floor comprises a drawing room with French doors to the terrace and gardens, dining room with a wood burning stove set in the fireplace, morning room with access to the gardens and the staircase to the
upper floors featuring glass balustrades, fitted kitchen with white fitted units, Bosch integrated appliances and induction hob, guest bedroom with en suite shower, further shower room, utility room, control room and cloakroom.
Upstairs, on the first floor, is a TV room on the landing with a small kitchen area, the master suite with a dressing room and en suite shower room, and three further bedrooms, two en suite and a further shower room. On the second floor are two
bedrooms, two shower rooms and a family room with far reaching views over the surrounding countryside.
Trew House is set in a private and elevated position in the hamlet of Chilton, 3 miles north of Crediton, with stunning countryside views.
A wide range of facilities is available in the market town of Crediton, approximately 3 miles to the south. Crediton is one of Devon’s most historic towns with a magnificent parish church. It is a thriving community and provides a comprehensive range of everyday facilities, schools, banks, Post Office, shops, delicatessens, supermarkets, leisure complex, Golf Club, library and Queen Elizabeth’s
Exeter, approximately 11 miles away, is the most thriving city in the South West and offers a wide choice of cultural activities with the theatre, the museum, arts centre and a wealth of good shopping and restaurants including John Lewis. There is also a Waitrose supermarket in the city.
Many primary and secondary schools can be found in Exeter including Exeter School and The Maynard whilst Exeter University is recognised as one of the best in the country.
The M5 motorway at Exeter provides links to the A38 to Plymouth or the A30 to Cornwall and the South, and Bristol and London to the North and East. There are regular rail services to London Paddington from Exeter taking just over 2 hours.
Exeter International Airport provides an ever increasing number of domestic and international flights, including two flights a day to London City Airport.
Trew House is approached off the lane, through a gated entrance, onto a private drive with access to the outbuildings, stables and main house. To the side of the main house is a parking area for several cars.
The gardens lie to the rear of the property with a large area of level lawn surrounded by fencing and flowering shrubs, established trees and an orchard. A timber built plant room lies to the rear of the house.
A further garden is accessed from the parking area and features seating areas and beautiful flowering beds, providing a peaceful setting for ‘alfresco’ entertaining.
Trew House has the benefit of a number of newly built cottages and traditional outbuildings centred around a courtyard off the driveway. The buildings comprise:
Two large barns with planning permission to create staff accommodation. The work has been started on the barns.
A purpose built timber built security shed for security staff.
A summerhouse with open plan living accommodation, kitchen and shower room.
A cottage with 3 bedrooms for staff. A barn with a 1 bedroom flat on the ground floor and play room on the first floor.
Store rooms, walk in fridge, boiler room and industrial kitchen with two larders. Stables with 5 boxes, hay store and tack room.
The land is found to the front of the main house and comprises stock proof paddocks accessed from the stable yard and driveway. The land in total is approximately 84.42 acres.