Situated in the pretty harbour village of Axmouth in East Devon is this 1900's end terrace period house. Offering parking for four vehicles at the front and a large garden rising at the back providing 180° rural views. This extended house offers flexibility of use. On the ground floor is a lounge fitted with a Jotul wood burning stove and has countryside views to the front, a large kitchen/dining room, and a bedroom with en-suite shower room. On the first floor is a family bathroom fitted with both a bath and s shower, two further bedrooms. A full staircase leads up to the loft which can be used in many ways, it is fitted with two Velux roof lights and a wc.
Axmouth is a pretty harbour village in an area of outstanding natural beauty and is Located at the mouth of the Axe Estuary, a haven for wild fowl. Axmouth has two good pubs, a clifftop golf course, a marina for small leisure craft and abundant coastal and countryside walks. A mile away lies Seaton, with its mile long shingle beach and a long level pedestrian promenade overlooking Lyme Bay and surrounding cliffs that forms part of the Jurassic coast, England's only natural
World Heritage site. The town of Seaton offers a range of shops, supermarkets, cafes, doctors, bank, post office, primary school and even a hospital. 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.
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:
Two steps up to composite front door opening into
Stairs rising to first floor. Electricity consumer unit. Radiator. Door to lounge.
LOUNGE - 4.57m (15'0") Max x 3.63m (11'11") Max
Window to front with rural views. Fireplace with Jotul wood burning stove and tiled hearth. TV point. Picture rail. Two wall lights. Radiator.
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM - 5.49m (18'0") Max x 3m (9'10") Max
Window to side. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units with solid wood work surfaces and inset Belfast sink. Space and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine. Space for tumble dryer and fridge-freezer. Space for table and chairs. Electric Rangemaster range cooker with cooker hood above. Floor standing oil fired boiler for central heating and hot water. Tiled floor. Radiator. Understairs cupboard housing pressurised hot water cylinder. Opening to
Glazed door to garden. Radiator. Door to
BEDROOM ONE - 3.53m (11'7") Max x 2.97m (9'9") Max
Window to side. French doors to garden. Velux roof light (electrically operated). Built-in wardrobes across one wall. Radiator. Door to
Velux roof light. Extractor fan. Fitted with a white suite comprising a w.c. with recessed cistern, wash hand basin set into base unit with cupboards below. Anti-mist heated mirror with light above. Large shower cubicle fitted with a Mira shower. Ladder style heated towel rail/radiator.
Doors to family bathroom and bedrooms.
BEDROOM THREE - 3.23m (10'7") x 2.84m (9'4")
Window to rear with lovely outlook to the large rear garden. Radiator. Engineered oak flooring.
Obscure glazed window to rear. Fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath, separate corner shower cubicle, w.c. and wash hand basin set into base unit with cupboards below and back lit mirror above. Ladder style towel rail/radiator. Ceramic tiled floor.
BEDROOM TWO - 4.42m (14'6") x 3.4m (11'2")
(Currently being used as a second lounge). Window to front with open rural views. TV point. Telephone point. Radiator. Wall lights.
Door to stairs leading to attic.
ATTIC SPACE - 5.46m (17'11") Max x 3.45m (11'4") Min
ATTIC SPACE: 17` 11` max x 11` 4` min (5.46m x 3.45m)
This space is currently being used as a bedroom. Two Velux window to rear. Eaves storage. Radiator. Wall light. Privacy partition wall, w.c. with recessed cistern, wash hand basin set into base unit with cupboards below. Radiator. Tiled floor.
The house is set well back from the road with a long parking bay providing space for 4 vehicles. A path (shared with the neighbour) runs alongside the parking bay and leads to the front entrance and around the side of the house.
Immediately at the back of the house is a paved seating area, where there is outside light and external power. Steps from here lead up to the main garden which is largely laid to grass with a path and steps to one side. The garden slopes uphill, with fruit trees and shrubs along the border. Two sheds. Oil tank. At the very top of the garden there is a level seating area from where there are lovely views above the roof of the house to the fields and Stepps Lane. A garden gate on the rear boundary leads to the lane at the back.
N.B. The neighbouring property enjoys a right of way across the back of the house to access their garden.
All mains services are connected except gas. Water is metered.
East Devon District Council. Band C. Currently £1813.30 (2021/22).
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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