An attractive detached Edwardian property situated very close to the centre of this pretty and historic little East Devon town with lovely views from the first and second floor windows. The property is spacious and retains many period features with deep skirting boards, dado and picture rails and beautiful stripped panelled doors with brass fittings throughout. The accommodation comprises two first floor bedrooms, recently re-fitted family bathroom, two large second floor bedrooms, spacious sitting room with bay window and multi-fuel stove, dining room, kitchen, conservatory and a ground floor extension providing further accommodation including a bathroom, which is currently used as a treatment room but could be used as an annexe or a spacious study/play room. Outside, to the front is a small hard standing which could be used to park a small car and to the rear is a very pleasant south east facing mainly walled garden. The property has recently been upgraded with new double glazed windows, beautifully re-fitted bathroom and the boiler having been moved to a more practical location.
Colyton is a pretty little market town (more like a village) with a small town centre offering a good range of daily needs including two convenience stores, fish and chip shop, butcher, hairdressers, post office, small stationers, pharmacy, health centre, garden centre, library and a few other individual shops. There is a primary school in the town and the well regarded Colyton Grammar School is just over a mile away. A beautiful Church is at the heart of the town and there is an interesting variety of architecture. The tram from Seaton which runs along the Estuary stops at Colyton and there are frequent buses to Seaton and Axminster. Nearby Axminster (6 miles), has a mainline station with regular trains to London Waterloo and Exeter. The city of Exeter is approx. 25mins by car and the airport just outside Exeter is approx. 19 miles.
The accommodation, all measurements approximate, comprises
Timber period front door with obscure glazed panels. Stairs rising to first floor. Under stairs cupboard. Dado rail. Radiator. Part tiled floor.
Small single glazed window to side. Fitted with a white suite comprising w.c. and corner wash hand basin. Radiator. Boxed-in electricity consumer unit set high on wall. Vinyl flooring.
LOUNGE - 4.9m (16'1") Into Bay x 3.7m (12'2")
Bay window to front. Fireplace fitted with multi-fuel stove. Shelved recess. Telephone point. Deep skirting board. Dado rail. Picture rail. Two radiators.
DINING ROOM - 3.65m (12'0") x 3.48m (11'5") Max
Double doors to rear leading to conservatory. Small arched alcove with shelves. Traditional crockery cupboard. Picture rail. Radiator. Door to
KITCHEN - 3.65m (12'0") x 2.05m (6'9")
Windows to side and rear. Half glazed door to rear garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units with laminate work surfaces. Inset stainless steel sink unit and drainer. Integrated Hotpoint double oven and grill. Integrated Hotpoint ceramic hob with filter above. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Space for fridge/freezer. Controls for central heating and hot water. Radiator. Quarry tile floor.
CONSERVATORY - 5.34m (17'6") x 2.32m (7'7")
With uPVC double glazed windows and polycarbonate roof. Door to garden. Radiator. Quarry tile floor. Door to
Converted from the former garage, the annexe comprises:
Small hallway from conservatory with quarry tiled floor and hatch to small loft.
Single glazed window to rear into conservatory. Fitted with a white suite comprising bath, w.c. and wall mounted wash hand basin. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Radiator. Extractor.
BEDROOM FIVE/STUDY - 3.63m (11'11") To Wardrobe x 2.7m (8'10")
Currently set up as a treatment room. Obscure glazed window to front. Built-in wardrobes. Radiator.
Stained glass window to side. Radiator. Further stairs rising to second floor.
BEDROOM ONE - 3.9m (12'10") x 3.7m (12'2")
Window to front. Pretty period fireplace. Built-in wardrobes. Picture rail. Radiator.
BEDROOM TWO - 3.6m (11'10") x 3m (9'10")
Window to rear with good views towards the nearby countryside. Pretty period fireplace. Built-in wardrobes. Picture rail. Radiator.
Window to rear with good views as for bedroom two. Recently re-fitted with a white suite comprising fully tiled walk-in shower cubicle with Mira electric shower, bath and wash hand basin set into base unit with cupboards below. Cupboard housing Worcester gas fired boiler and factory lagged hot water cylinder. Radiator.
Window to front. Fitted with a white suite comprising w.c. and wall mounted wash hand basin. Radiator.
Small landing with internal windows for borrowed light.
BEDROOM THREE - 4.98m (16'4") x 3.02m (9'11")
Window to front. Two sets of built-in wardrobes. Radiator. Partially restricted ceiling height.
BEDROOM FOUR - 4.77m (15'8") x 3.68m (12'1")
Window to rear with lovely views across nearby countryside. Built-in wardrobe. Radiator. Partially restricted ceiling height.
Hardstanding to the front could provide parking for one small vehicle. Pedestrian side gate giving access to rear and side.
The rear garden is walled on all sides and comprises a large central paved area with shaped planting borders. There is ample room for table and chairs as well as a washing line. In one corner is a stone and brick triangular shape garden store with power and light. To one side of the house is a useful covered area with outside tap and a further small brick shed with power. Gate to the front. Outside tap.
All mains services are connected. Water is metered.
Band E. East Devon District Council. Currently £2,171.30 pa (2018/19).
The property benefits from new uPVC double glazed windows except where noted. The current EPC rating does not represent recent improvements to the property.
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.
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