From a Grade II-listed property offering character and charm to an iconic, clifftop Edwardian house, The Field selects the best Devon properties for sale this month

From invigorationg sea air and spellbinding views to buckets of charm and character in a thriving village, The Field selects the best Devon properties on the market this month.


The Field’s selection of the best Devon properties for sale this month includes a Grade II-listed house in a thriving village, a carefully restored period farmhouse and a stunning clifftop escape.

Blackborough, Cullompton

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The period farmhouse has been subject of a complete, recent restoration, with great attention to detail.

This four-bedroom period farmhouse dates back to the 18th century. It comes with 60 acres, landscaped gardens, a kitchen garden, an orchard and equestrian facilities, including an all-weather manège and paddocks. The stable yard is currently run as a riding school.

Agent: Jackson-Stops
Tel: 01823 325144
Guide price: £1.6m

Sharpitor, Salcombe

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This iconic, clifftop Edwardian house has spellbinding views.

This clifftop Edwardian house, built in 1902, is at the mouth of the Salcombe Estuary with coastal gardens, terracing and sea views. It has become a familiar marker for sailors. There is planning for a new house within the grounds. The property is 19 miles from Totnes.

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The gardens are a delight, with access (in need of repair) to a private beach.

Agent: Savills
Tel: 01548 800462
Offers: in excess of £2m

Payhembury, Honiton

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This charming Grade II-Listed property offers many period features, including an original staircase.

This is a five-bedroom, Grade II-Listed property seven miles from Honiton and 16 miles from Exeter. It has a host of period features, including exposed beams and fireplaces and an original staircase. The garden is predominantly laid to lawn, with an old piggery for storage.

Agent: Wilkinson Grant
Tel: 01392 427500
Guide price: £650,000