Grand Edwardian house with 33 acres of landscaped gardens and grounds for sale in Devon

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Trow Hall, an Edwardian House for sale in Trow Hill, Sidmouth, offers the most breathtaking views over the surrounding East Devon countryside.

With privacy and views, you get the best of both worlds at Trow Hall. Set in about 33 acres of established formal gardens and parkland grounds, the beauty of the great outdoors is a real head-turner.

The grounds match the Edwardian grandeur of the house thanks to an abundance of mature trees, established borders and landscaped gardens. Part of the grounds is pasture that is currently let out to a local farmer for haylage, and there is also some woodland.

There's a formal terraced garden in front of the house which gently slopes away towards a large area of flat lawn (which used to be a tennis court), with views of Sidford and the surrounding countryside beyond.

This vast outdoor space also includes several outbuildings, including a stable and some disused farm buildings, and two self-contained apartments.

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Trow Hall is approached up a long drive through mature trees. The house was built in 1902 by the renowned local architect RW Sampson, who designed many of the substantial properties in the Sidmouth area.

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Photo credit: Knight Frank

Inside, the proportions and layout are typical of its era, with high ceilings, generous entertaining areas and grand features.

The double height ceiling entrance hall boasts half panelling and a decorative fireplace, but a statement feature is the beautiful Edwardian staircase that rises to a galleried landing on the first floor.

There are six bedrooms, four of which have ensuite facilities, and there is a separate family bathroom. Other features include a large home office, games room, sauna and an indoor swimming pool.

This property is for sale for £3,300,000 via Knight Frank.

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