Price £350,000 Sold
  • Peaceful Village Location
  • End Terrace Period House
  • Front and Back Gardens
  • Close to Coast
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Garage

A delightful period end of terrace house situated in the beautiful East Devon village of Axmouth. The property was built in the late 1920's with attractive windows and a pebbledash finish under a tiled roof. The situation is peaceful, being set along a quiet lane away from the main village thoroughfare and with a lovely outlook over the fields opposite. There is a lovely front garden with mature flowering cherry and plum trees at its centre. It may be possible to partially reduce the front garden to create parking if desired (subject to any necessary consents). This space is large enough to achieve a parking bay and retain some garden in addition to the raised sun deck outside the front door. There is an additional garden at the back of the house as well as a garage (en bloc).

Internally, the lounge at the front of the house has a pretty brick fireplace fitted with a log burning stove with a seasoned oak beam over and lovely views to pasture land opposite. The family kitchen is at rear of the house offering plenty of space for a dining table and has a stable door leading to the rear courtyard. On the first floor are two double bedrooms and a bathroom. There is great potential for a loft conversion as the front bedroom is large enough to be split into a double bedroom and landing creating a further staircase to a second floor with potential to create a bedroom/en suite or an office suite.

The attractive original pine windows and have recently been repainted externally with the interior a natural wood finish. There is oil fired central heating throughout.

There is an amiable South West aspect, with protection from the North and Southerly winter weather. To the rear of the house is a pretty enclosed courtyard garden with an outside w.c. A gate from here leads to the garage and turning area, beyond which is a much larger area of garden which backs onto a field. Although the rear garden has become a little over-grown, this is a fabulous space, offering quiet seating, mature trees and shrubs, an opportunity to grow some produce and just a great place to enjoy nature with delightful views over the pasture and meadows.

Axmouth village with its pretty harbour is located at the mouth of the Axe Estuary, a haven for wild fowl, with the beach a mile away. This is an area of outstanding natural beauty, with the River Axe running to the sea adjoining the town of Seaton. The town offers a range of day to day needs including shops, cafes, doctors, bank, post office, primary school and even a hospital. The mile long shingle beach features a long level pedestrian promenade overlooking Lyme Bay and surrounding cliffs and forms part of the Jurassic coast, England's only natural World Heritage site. About 6 miles north along the Axe Valley is the market town of Axminster with a mainline railway station operating services to London Waterloo and Exeter. Axmouth village enjoys the services of two good pubs, a clifftop golf course and a marina for small leisure craft.

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 front door with square leaded window into

Stairs rising to first floor. Electricity consumer unit and smart meter set high on the wall above the door. Quarry tiled floor. Radiator.

LOUNGE - 4.6m (15'1") Max x 3.68m (12'1") Max
Window to front overlooking the front garden with views to pasture and trees. Brick fireplace with slate hearth fitted with a log burning stove. Seasoned oak beam over. TV point. Exposed original floor boards. Radiator.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM - 4.57m (15'0") x 3.2m (10'6")
Two windows to rear overlooking the courtyard. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units with laminate work surfaces and inset stainless steel draining sink unit. Bosch dish washer. Freestanding electric cooker. Cooker hood/extractor unit above. Space for fridge. Radiator. Quarry tiled flooring. Door to airing cupboard housing floor standing ‘Grant` oil-fired boiler for central heating and hot water. Door to walk-in pantry, with a window to the rear (could be converted to a cloakroom if desired).


Hatch to large insulated loft with light and pull down ladder. Potential for loft conversion for a bedroom or office suite (subject to any necessary planning consents).

BEDROOM ONE - 4.57m (15'0") Max x 3.66m (12'0") Max
Window to front with lovely views to pasture and fields. Door to walk-in cupboard with hanging rail and shelves and window to the front. Radiator.

BEDROOM TWO - 3.23m (10'7") x 2.97m (9'9")
Window to rear overlooking the courtyard. Open cupboard with fitted shelves and hanging rail. Radiator.

Glazed window to rear. Fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap, shower attachment and shower over with glazed shower screen, w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Built in corner unit. Traditional style radiator. Full height open storage cupboard.` Karndean` pebble effect tiled floor.

Pretty front garden enclosed by a low wall to the front and side. In the centre of the lawn stands mature flowering cherry and plum trees, a Bay tree and a Pettis Forum with the borders planted with a number of mature shrubs. A shared pathway leads to the front of the house, with steps up to a terraced sun deck area, with further steps up to front door. From the terrace a level path leads around the side of the house, leading to side gate for access to the rear courtyard.

Beside the house to the left is a shared driveway leading to a garage en bloc and a turning area. There are four garages in all with the driveway being shared equally between the four properties.

GARAGE - 5.49m (18'0") x 2.39m (7'10")
Up and over door to front. Power and light.

Adjoining the house at the rear is a pretty courtyard seating area, enclosed by a picket fence with a gate at the back. Mainly paved with raised beds and a variety of plating including some mature climbers. The oil tank is sited here and there is a water butt. A small brick-built building with pitched roof in the corner houses an outside w.c., water tap and switch for garden light. The rear gate leads to the shared driveway and garage. Beside the garage block there is a private carport providing parking for one car. From here, a step leads to a further enclosed tiered garden, comprising a gravelled area with greenhouse and rotary dryer, a lawned area with flower bed and Akebia covered arbour, and an area with two raised productive vegetable beds. Blackcurrant, Gooseberries, Raspberries and Strawberries can be found here, together with Honeysuckle, Greengage, Pear and Fig trees plus a wildlife pond. There is a paved seating area to the top with views to pasture and the Coombe with the garden backing onto a field. Although now a little over-grown, this area could soon be returned to its former glory.

All mains services are connected except gas. Oil fired central heating. Water is metered.

East Devon District Council. Band C. Currently £1813.30 (2021/22).


The driveway is shared between four properties, and the cost of maintenance is split equally. No parking is allowed on the driveway. There is the potential for a loft conversion and the creation of a parking space at the front of the property (subject to any necessary consents). The property is offered with the benefit of no onward chain.

Axmouth village abuts the Axe Estuary, a haven for wild fowl and attracts visitors throughout the year. There are many listed buildings, including St Michaels Church and the village has two pubs and a camp site. The village also encompasses the picturesque Harbour and falls within the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
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