A most appealing period terraced cottage situated in a small row of four in a desirable residential road in the pretty and historic East Devon town of Colyton and within a short walk of the town centre. The beautifully presented accommodation comprises entrance hall, large living/dining room with French doors to the rear, re-fitted kitchen, two double bedrooms (one currently used as a treatment room) and bathroom on the first floor and on the top floor, a very pretty master bedroom with en-suite shower room. Outside, to the front is a small garden and at the back, a very pretty enclosed cottage garden with summer house. Under the current ownership the property has been enhanced by the installation of a contemporary kitchen and multi-fuel stove to the lounge, as well as general maintenance and redecoration. It was also only few years earlier that a new gas boiler, new bathroom, new shower enclosure to the en-suite and new electricity consumer unit were installed. Windows are double glazed and there is gas central heating throughout.
Colyton is a pretty and historic town with a village feel with a range of local facilities including health centre, library, convenience stores, fish and chip shop, pubs, tea rooms, a garden centre and a variety of small shops and services. On the edge of the town is the Seaton tramway station which operates services throughout the summer along the Axe Estuary, linking Colyton and Seaton, which is very popular with tourists. The Jurassic Coast and pretty harbour at Axmouth is just 2 miles away and the ever-popular seaside resort of Lyme Regis just 7 miles to the east.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
The accommodation, all measurements approximate, comprises:
Period wooden front door with two obscure glazed panels into
Electricity consumer unit set high on the wall. Multi-paned glazed door to
Stairs rising to first floor. Under stairs cupboards. Internal window to lounge with display shelves. Coat hooks. Radiator. Period tiled floor.
LOUNGE/DINING ROOM - 8.52m (27'11") Max x 3.71m (12'2") Max
The lounge area has: Fireplace with slate hearth and timber mantle fitted with a multi-fuel stove. Built-in shelving and cupboard to one side. Picture rail. TV point. Telephone point. Radiator. A wide arch leads through to the dining area: French doors to the rear (into porch). Two wall lights. Radiator.
KITCHEN - 3.03m (9'11") x 2.43m (8'0")
Window to rear and to side. The kitchen has been refitted in a contemporary style with a range of wall and base units in light grey with contrasting grey granite effect worktops. Inset composite sink unit and drainer. Integrated AEG electric double oven and grill. Schott electric induction hob with cooker hood above. Integrated fridge/freezer. Integrated slimline dishwasher. Integrated washing machine. Vertical radiator. Ceramic tiled floor. Part glazed door to
uPVC door to garden with floor to ceiling windows either side and glazed roof. Ceramic tiled floor.
Split landing with steps up to the bathroom at the back of the house and steps up to the front leading to the bedrooms.
Further staircase rising to second floor.
BATHROOM - 3m (9'10") x 2.4m (7'10")
Window to the rear with a lovely view over the nearby countryside. Part tiled and fitted with a white suite comprising shower bath with Triton electric shower and glazed curved shower screen, w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Large airing cupboard with slatted shelving housing Ideal condensing gas boiler for central heating and hot water and factory lagged hot water cylinder (all of which was replaced in 2015). Recessed lighting. Radiator. Laminate flooring.
BEDROOM THREE - 3.72m (12'2") x 3.04m (10'0")
Window to rear with lovely countryside views. Period fireplace (not in use). Radiator.
BEDROOM TWO - 4.35m (14'3") To Wardrobe x 3.93m (12'11")
Two windows to front with a pleasant outlook towards St Andrews church tower. Period fireplace (not in use). Telephone point. Built-in wardrobes right across one wall. Radiator. Exposed painted floorboards.
Hatch to loft space with light. Further stairs to top floor.
MASTER BEDROOM - 4.49m (14'9") Into Recess x 3.67m (12'0")
Some restricted ceiling height. Velux window to front and to rear both with pleasant views. Doors to three eaves storage cupboards. Radiator. Door to
Fitted with a white suite comprising tiled shower cubicle with Triton electric shower and folding glazed door, w.c. and wall mounted wash hand basin. Recessed mirrored cupboard. Heated towel rail. Laminate flooring.
At the front of the property is small though very pretty garden with mature shrubs, a low brick boundary wall, picket gate and curved path to the front door.
At the back of the house is a delightful garden landscaped with a mixture of paving and gravel interspersed with planting beds. Outside tap. The garden is fenced both sides and has a high stone wall forming the rear boundary. There are gates either side (with a right of way) for access. There is an outhouse and good size summer house.
OUTHOUSE - 1.55m (5'1") x 1.17m (3'10")
Attached to house. Light. Potential for utility space.
East Devon District Council. Band C. Currently £1805.64 (2021/2022).
All mains services are connected. Water is not metered.
Various improvements have been made to the property during the current ownership to include new kitchen; new flooring to kitchen and rear porch, nearly all of the carpets replaced; installation of multi-fuel stove in lounge; updates to some of the electrics. The property benefits from double glazed windows and gas central heating throughout.
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