Price £319,950 Sold STC

A spacious and charming semi-detached period property situated a short distance along a private lane in the centre of Uplyme village. The accommodation comprises two large double bedrooms and attractively re-fitted bathroom on the first floor, whilst at ground level, there are two reception rooms (one of them could be and has been used as a third bedroom), a very pleasant kitchen/breakfast room, a utility room with w.c. and a rear porch which offers plenty of space for boots and coats.
Outside, there is a lovely patio offering a very pleasant outlook over the garden which slopes away below and extends all the way to the stream at the bottom. The garden is large by most standards providing space for growing produce as well as formal planting and seating areas. To the side of the house is a garden shed and log store.
The house benefits from solar panels which generate electricity, is double glazed and has gas central heating. The small lane which provides vehicular access from the road is owned by this property with access across it for neighbouring houses. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

The seaside resort of Lyme Regis, famed for its historic connections and the Cobb Harbour remains popular with visitors. The town retains much of its original charm and a good variety of shops restaurants and places of interest to visit. There are many events throughout the year including a good range of live music and for those who would rather be on the sea, there are sailing and gig rowing clubs. This expanse of coast line has been designated a World Heritage Site and is affectionately known as the Jurassic coast. Bus services run regularly between the local towns of Bridport and Axminster, where the station runs a mainline service to London Waterloo and Exeter. The property is very well placed for proximity to the highly regarded Woodroffe Secondary School, which has been described by Ofsted as `outstanding`, with many house hunters seeking an address within the catchment area. Alternatively, the Colyton Grammar School, which is constantly ranked as one of the best in the country is approximately 8 miles to the west.


The accommodation, all measurements approximate, comprises:

GROUND FLOOR
Overhanging storm porch. uPVC double glazed front door into

HALL
Stairs rising to first floor. Radiator.

BEDROOM THREE/RECEPTION ROOM - 3.6m (11'10") x 3.58m (11'9") Into Recess
Windows to front with lovely outlook over the garden. Chimney breast with recess to one side, with built in drawers and work surface area. Ideal as a dressing table or desk. To the other side, is a built-in wardrobe/cupboard. Small under stairs storage cupboard. Picture rails. Radiator.

LOUNGE - 4.4m (14'5") Into Bay x 3.63m (11'11")
Square bay window to front with pretty views across the garden to the valley beyond. Fireplace with tiled hearth for open fire. Fitted cupboards and shelves to recesses either side of fireplace. Picture rails. TV point. Radiator.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM - 4.74m (15'7") x 2.56m (8'5")
Two windows to rear. The kitchen was re-fitted two years ago, with a range of wall and base units with laminate work surfaces and inset stainless steel sink unit and drainer. Plate rack unit and glazed wall unit are included in the sale. (Two smaller painted units with drawers are not included). Integrated Stoves double (gas) oven and electric grill with gas hob over. Space for under counter fridge. Under stairs larder cupboard. Space for table and chairs at one end of the room. Radiator. Laminate flooring. Door to

UTILITY ROOM - 3.6m (11'10") Max x 2.45m (8'0")
Half glazed door to rear porch. Window to rear. Fitted with wall and base units, stainless steel sink unit and drainer. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Wall mounted Alpha gas fired boiler for central heating and hot water. Space for fridge/freezer. Radiator. Ceramic tiled floor. Door to

WC
Obscure glazed window to side. Fitted with a white mid level flush w.c. Storage cupboard and shelves. Laminate flooring.

REAR ENTRANCE PORCH - 2.72m (8'11") x 1.24m (4'1")
Half brick construction, timber framed windows to side and rear and door to side. Polycarbonate roof. Ceramic tiled floor. Door to storage shed.

STORAGE SHED - 2.43m (8'0") x 1.46m (4'9")
Timber garden shed for storage. Window to side.

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING
Obscure glazed window to rear. Hatch to partially boarded, insulated loft with light, Velux window and pull down ladder.

BEDROOM ONE - 3.63m (11'11") x 3.62m (11'11")
Window to front with lovely views over the garden and the valley beyond. Built-in small wardrobe/cupboard over stairwell. Chimney breast with recess to either side. In one recess is a built-in sink unit with cupboards below. Picture rails. Radiator.

BEDROOM TWO - 3.61m (11'10") x 3.56m (11'8")
Window to front with lovely views over the garden and the valley beyond. Pretty period fireplace (not in use). Picture rails. Radiator.

BATHROOM - 3.7m (12'2") x 1.61m (5'3") Min
Obscure glazed window to rear. Fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath, separate shower cubicle, w.c. with recessed cistern wash hand basin set into base unit with cupboards below. Heated towel rail, (functions in summer and winter). Door to airing cupboard housing factory lagged hot water cylinder with slatted shelving.

OUTSIDE
The property is approached (at the back) via a short un-adopted lane, which leads off the Lyme Road. The owner currently parks a small car beside the house. Beside the rear entrance, a path leads to the front of the house where there is a large terrace and from where there is a lovely outlook over the large garden. The garden slopes downwards to eventually meet the stream at the bottom. This is a very pretty garden laid to lawn interspersed with small trees and shrub beds and a greenhouse. To either side are mature hedges providing good screening. To the lower part of the garden are vegetable beds for growing produce and a path leads to a side gate providing access to the garden from the road.

SERVICES
All mains services are connected. Water is metered.

COUNCIL TAX
East Devon District Council. Band C. Currently £1658.97 (2019/20).

EPC RATING
D

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
The house was built in 1924 and the current owner has lived here happily for over 30 years. The property was extended at the back in 1984 to enlarge the kitchen and create the utility room and WC. A new electricity consumer unit was installed about 2 years ago along with the addition of solar PV panels which generate electricity with a FIT benefit amounting to around £500 p.a. Windows are uPVC double glazed and there is gas fired central heating throughout. Sold with the benefit of no onward chain.

Notice
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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