The Garden House, situated within the grounds of the Castle Hill Estate in Filleigh, is now available to rent through Geoffrey Clapp Associates.
The Garden House was built in 1988 for Lady Margaret Fortescue as the Dower House for Castle Hill, designed by North Devon architect Jonathan Rhind. The property is south facing and sits in its own landscaped garden, providing a secluded location and looks out over the Grade two listed parkland across a small river to the Holwell Temple and Ebrington Tower.
A large single storey house, the spacious property comprises four bedrooms, each with its own en-suite bathroom. In addition to the four extensive bedrooms, the house comprises a stone entrance portico, octagonal hall with glazed roof lighting, kitchen/dining room with fitted kitchen, large triple aspect drawing room, cloakroom and utility room.
The gardens of the property are the focal point, as The Garden House is located within the gardens at Castle Hill and benefits from its own landscaped gardens and grounds.
Close to the house, there is a spacious open fronted double garage with a log store, kennels and a summer house. It is proposed that the Castle Hill gardeners will undertake grass cutting and pruning and this will be included within the rental payment for the property.
The gardens of the Castle Hill Estate extend to 50 acres including woodland gardens with camellias, magnolias rhododendrons and azaleas.
The Garden House is available for £1,250pcm. For further information, contact Geoffrey Clapp Associates on 01769 572121.