Hawley Bottom, Dalwood, Devon, EX13


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A fabulous country cottage with a one bedroom annexe, situated in a stunning rural position and benefitting from the most delightful countryside views.

Meadlake Cottage is a country home with a separate annexe ideal for multi-generational living or extra income. The current owners use the annexe as a holiday let and get between £95 and £115 per night.

The main cottage has been extended over the years and now offers good sized accommodation.

The ground floor includes an entrance porch, open plan lounge/diner with stairs off, a country kitchen complete with multi fuelled fired Rayburn and access to the annexe. At the other end of the lounge is an opening to a very useful office area and a door to a large storeroom.

On the first floor there are three double bedrooms (master with en-suite bathroom and dressing area) and a family bathroom..

Annexe. This area is self-contained and therefore has a council tax code of A. The space includes an entrance hall with its own front door, shower room, breakfast kitchen and a large open plan bedroom/living area with wood burning stove.

The cottage further benefits from double glazing throughout and oil fired central heating.

The property stands in Hawley Bottom which consists of a scattering of individual homes in a charming hamlet within the parish of Dalwood. Dalwood provides a church and well known Inn. The country town of Axminster is about 5 miles away and provides a good range of day to day amenities together with a mainline railway station connecting to London Waterloo. The Heritage Coast with resorts such as Lyme Regis and Seaton is only about 8 miles away. The regional centre of Exeter is 20miles to the West and provides links to the M5 motorway and has the regional airport.

The garden is laid mainly to lawn, thoughtfully planted throughout with a variety of mature shrubs, plants and trees. It wraps itself around the property to complete a haven of peace and tranquillity. A true gardener's paradise.

A gravel pathway leads to a driveway with ample parking and access to a double garage with light and power.

The garden also benefits from two garden sheds, a greenhouse, a stable and a really useful outbuilding which is currently being used for storage, but would make a fabulous office. It has light and power.


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