Price £320,000 Available

A detached 1970`s house centrally situated in the pretty village of Whitford, just a mile and a half from the historic little town of Colyton and about 4.5 miles from Axminster. The property may be a little dated internally but has been well maintained externally under the current ownership, with a new boiler and oil tank having recently been installed along with Everest double glazing throughout. The accommodation is well planned comprising three double bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor, lounge, small conservatory (which needs replacing), dining room, kitchen, cloakroom and utility room at ground level. There is an attached garage with an internal door leading into the utility room. Outside, to the front is a sloping driveway providing parking for 2-3 vehicles and leading to the garage. There is a garden to one side and a gently rising path with handrail up to the front door. At the back of the property is a private enclosed garden, set out on two levels with retaining wall and steps leading up to a gravelled area, bordered by shrub bedding behind.

Whitford is a pretty village, with a warm and friendly community offering various activities centred around the village hall. Unusually, it also benefits from a regular bus service to Axminster, Colyton and Seaton.The nearby market town of Axminster offers a good range of day to day needs including shopping, doctors. Leisure centre and banking and where there are mainline trains to London Waterloo and Exeter. The beautiful Jurassic Coast town of Lyme Regis is just over 7 miles to the east and Exeter is around 28 miles to the west.


The accommodation, all measurements approximate, comprises

GROUND FLOOR

PORCH
Deep overhanging storm porch with light. Timber front door with glazed panels into

HALL
Stairs rising to first floor. Two under stairs cupboards for storage and hanging coats. Telephone point. Radiator.

WC
Obscure glazed window to rear. Fitted with a cream coloured suite comprising w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Mirrored wall cabinet. Radiator.

LOUNGE - 5.14m (16'10") x 3.63m (11'11")
Window to front. Sliding patio doors to the rear into conservatory. TV point. Two radiators.

CONSERVATORY - 3.37m (11'1") x 1.69m (5'7")
Timber construction with single glazed windows and polycarbonate roof. Double door to the rear into garden.

DINING ROOM - 3.6m (11'10") x 3.02m (9'11")
Window to front. Radiator.

KITCHEN - 3.17m (10'5") x 2.93m (9'7")
Window to rear. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units with laminate work surfaces and inset composite sink unit and drainer. Integrated Hotpoint electric oven and electric hob with extractor above. Integrated under counter fridge/freezer.

UTILITY ROOM - 3.02m (9'11") x 1.65m (5'5")
Window to rear. Sliding door into garage. Fitted with base units with inset stainless steel sink unit and drainer. Space for washing machine. Ceramic tiled floor. Door to

REAR PORCH
Obscured single glazed window to rear. Obscured single glazed door to front and rear. Polycarbonate roof. Ceramic tiled floor.

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING
Window to side. Airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder with slatted shelving above. Hatch to insulated loft with pull down ladder.

BEDROOM ONE - 5.14m (16'10") x 3.51m (11'6") Max
Window to front and rear with pleasant outlook across the village to the nearby countryside. Built-in wardrobes. Radiator.

BEDROOM TWO - 3.6m (11'10") x 3.01m (9'11")
Window to front with similar views as bedroom one. Coloured basin set into a vanity unit with light and shaver point above

BEDROOM THREE - 3.17m (10'5") x 3.01m (9'11")
Window to rear. Built-in cupboard with shelves beside. Radiator.

BATHROOM - 2.17m (7'1") x 1.95m (6'5") Min
Obscure glazed window to front. Fully tiled and fitted with a pale coloured suite comprising separate shower cubicle, w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Mirrored wall cabinet. Ladder style radiator

OUTSIDE
Concrete driveway leading up to the garage and curved path with handrail to the front porch. Wall to the front planted at the top with small variegated shrubs. To one side of the garden is a stone wall and to the other side a timber fence and side gate leading to the rear garden. There are planting areas with a variety of attractive flowering shrubs such and ground cover including Camelias, Pieris and Heathers with a Bay tree in the corner.

GARAGE - 4.88m (16'0") x 3.03m (9'11")
Electric roller door to front. Window to side. Pedestrian door to rear into utility room. Power and light. Wall mounted electric consumer unit and electric meter.

REAR GARDEN
A retaining wall with steps up lead to the terraced rear garden planted to the boundary with mature shrubs such as Camelia, variegated Holly, Pieris, Hebe and Pittosporum. The oil tank and oil fired Worcester boiler for central heating and hot water are located to one side. There is a garden shed, greenhouse and outside tap. To one side of the house there as a small yard with gate giving access to the driveway and front garden.

SERVICES
All mains services are connected except gas. Oil fired boiler for central heating and hot water. Water is metered.

COUNCIL TAX
East Devon District Council. Band E. Currently £2250.22 (2019/20).

EPC RATING
E

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Windows are uPVC double glazed except where noted.

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.

Floor Plan
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