A beautifully presented three bedroom, two bathroom home by the sea, with garden and garage. Situated less than 500 metres from the pretty village centre, shops, cafes and galleries, the property sits just slightly back from the centre in a quieter location within a small development of properties converted from former farm buildings. The Farmhouse is part of the original residence, a high quality building with thick stone walls, flint and Beer stone elevations and a slate roof. Internally, the accommodation is spacious with high ceilings and large rooms with plenty of light, many rooms being dual aspect. At the front of the house, is a small walled garden either side of the path where an attractive partially enclosed porch leads to the period front door. Inside, a large hallway provides space for coats and shoes with stair case rising to the first floor. To one side of the hall, sits the large lounge/sitting room, which is dual aspect with wooden shutters and a fireplace with built-in storage either side. The other side of the hall is a pleasant farmhouse style kitchen with range cooker and ample space for table and chairs. A small utility room adjoins the kitchen. Towards the back of the hall are ground floor WC and a small study/snug. On the first floor, are three large double bedrooms, the master having a spacious en-suite bathroom with roll top bath. A family shower room is situated at the end of the landing to serve the other two bedrooms.
Back at ground level, a rear door leads outside. There is a small outhouse where the gas boiler is situated and an area for bin storage. A few steps up leads to a gravelled seating area from where the ground rises slightly further to the main garden, which is fully enclosed and mainly laid to lawn with one or two small trees. At the top of the garden is a lovely summer house and a small timber shed.
The house owns a garage in a small block at the front of the house. There is also parking for one vehicle in front of the garage.
Beer is a very picturesque seaside village in East Devon, close to the town of Seaton and just 8 miles from Sidmouth. There are some of the most beautiful coastal walks in the country nearby, with fabulous views over the Jurassic coast. There are a good number of small shops, art galleries, cafes and restaurants in the village. The nearest large supermarket is just a few miles away at Seaton. The nearest airport is Exeter about 17 miles away and the nearest train stations with services to London Waterloo are at Axminster, just under 9 miles away and Honiton, just over 10 miles.
The accommodation, all measurements approximate, comprises:
Partially enclosed entrance porch with outside light. Panelled period front door. Gas and electric meter cupboards.
HALL - 6.46m (21'2") x 2.19m (7'2")
Stairs rising to first floor. Under stairs cupboard. Telephone point. Smoke detector. Radiator. Ceramic tiled floor. Door to rear garden.
Fitted with a white suite comprising w.c. and wall mounted wash hand basin. Radiator. Extractor. Ceramic tiled floor.
LOUNGE - 6.35m (20'10") x 4.1m (13'5")
Dual aspect. Windows to front and side, both fitted with wooden shutters. Fireplace with slate hearth and electric multi-fuel style stove. Built in cupboards and shelves to either side of fireplace. Two wall lights. TV point. Two radiators.
STUDY/SNUG - 2.82m (9'3") x 2.08m (6'10")
Window to rear with wooden shutters. Radiator.
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM - 4.47m (14'8") x 4.37m (14'4")
Window to front. The kitchen is fitted with a range of base units with solid wood work surfaces and inset Butler sink and drainer. Pan drawer and pull out corner storage unit. Matching wall mounted cupboard with plate rack. Rangemaster electric double oven and grill and gas five ring hob with hotplate. Cooker hood above. Space for large fridge/freezer. Radiator. Ceramic tiled floor.
UTILITY ROOM - 2.09m (6'10") x 1.53m (5'0")
Fitted with a range of base units with solid wood work surfaces and inset Butler sink and drainer. Wall shelves. Space and plumbing for washing machine and freezer. Radiator. Ceramic tiled floor.
Window to rear. Airing cupboard housing pressurised hot water cylinder with slatted shelving above. Timer controls for central heating/hot water. Hatch to insulated loft(no ladder). Radiator.
BEDROOM ONE - 4.42m (14'6") Plus Recess x 4.44m (14'7")
Dual aspect. Window to front and side with sea glimpses (from side window). Telephone point. Two built-in wardrobes. Radiator. Door to
EN SUITE - 3.26m (10'8") x 2.33m (7'8")
Arched internal feature window to bedroom. Fitted with a white suite comprising roll top bath, pedestal wash hand basin and WC. Shaver point and light. Ladder style radiator. Ceramic tiled floor. Extractor.
BEDROOM TWO - 5.56m (18'3") Max x 3.7m (12'2") Max
Window to front. Built-in wardrobes. Radiator.
BEDROOM THREE - 4.75m (15'7") x 3.28m (10'9")
Window to front. Built-in wardrobes. Radiator.
SHOWER ROOM - 2.32m (7'7") x 1m (3'3")
Obscure glazed window to rear. Fitted with a white suite comprising walk in shower cubicle, w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Mirror and light. Ladder style radiator. Ceramic tiled floor. Extractor.
Just outside the back door is a gravelled area with outside tap and small outhouse housing the Baxi gas boiler for the central heating and hot water. Bin storage to one side. A retaining stone wall with steps lead up to a gravelled seating area. Four further steps up to another gravelled area, which is enclosed by a small picket fence with a central archway and gate, adorned with a vine and leading to the main garden.
The garden slopes gently upwards and is fully enclosed with hedging to both sides and a sturdy fence to the rear. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a number of small specimen trees. A small timber shed sits to one side. Towards the top of the garden is a
SUMMER HOUSE - 3.94m (12'11") x 2.95m (9'8")
Windows to both sides. Two windows to front. Double doors to garden. All windows are fitted with roller blinds. Three steps lead down to the lawn.
The front path is lined with low Yew hedges and to either side are little gardens, laid to gravel with shrub and small tree planting and bounded with a stone wall to the front. The entrance into the development is block paved and just opposite (and at 90 degrees to) the house is a small garage block. The second garage along belongs to the farmhouse and has a parking space in front.
GARAGE - 5.26m (17'3") x 2.44m (8'0")
Up and over door to front. Power and light.
East Devon District Council. Band F. Currently £2,783.09 (2019/20).
All mains services are connected. Water is metered
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