Price £445,000 Under Offer

A beautifully presented detached house with a large garden situated in a no-through road in the pretty village of Axmouth. The property has been comprehensively upgraded under the current ownership including a good deal of garden landscaping. The accommodation comprises three bedrooms, master with en-suite bathroom, family shower room, a beautiful and bright open plan kitchen/dining area with pleasant views and a split level lounge with vaulted ceiling and pretty views. There is also a lower ground hallway and wc/utility room. To the front of the house, is a double garage and block paved driveway providing parking for two vehicles. The garden rises up behind the house and has been attractively landscaped with level areas of patio at lower, mid and higher levels, both of which offer a good deal of privacy. A pretty rockery with low stone walls is planted with a variety of small shrubs, heathers, alpines and ground cover roses. Elsewhere there are a good number of beautiful Acers and Hydrangeas. There is a large area on the upper level which has been prepared ready for a summer house, from where there are fabulous views of the estuary and the countryside beyond. The views can be enjoyed from several parts of the garden as well as a closer village/field view from the house itself. The property has been re-wired and re-plumbed with new windows and doors and a new Calor gas central heating system. Kitchen and bathrooms have been attractively re-fitted and the house has been redecorated throughout.
Axmouth village with its pretty harbour is located at the mouth of the Axe Estuary, a haven for wild fowl, and adjoins the town of Seaton. The town offers a range of day to day needs including shops, cafes, doctors, bank, post office, primary school and even a hospital. The mile long shingle beach features a long level pedestrian promenade overlooking Lyme Bay and surrounding cliffs and forms part of the Jurassic coast, England`s only natural World Heritage site. 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. Axmouth village enjoys the services of two good pubs, a clifftop golf course and a marina for small leisure craft.

The accommodation, all measurements approximate, comprises:


Deep covered porch with outside light. uPVC double glazed front door, with long obscure glazed central panel and full height obscure windows to:

HALL - 2.75m (9'0") x 2.4m (7'10")
Stairs rising to first floor. Storage cupboard. Vertical radiator. Oak flooring. Door to:

CLOAKROOM/UTILITY - 2.42m (7'11") x 0.88m (2'11")
Fitted with a white suite comprising w.c. and wash hand basin with cupboards beneath. Extractor fan. Space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Tiled floor.


KITCHEN/DINING ROOM - 5.88m (19'3") x 4.57m (15'0")
Overall measurement.

DINING ROOM AREA - 4.57m (15'0") x 3.58m (11'9")
Stairs with glass and oak balustrade rising from ground floor. Spot lights. Vertical radiator. Oak flooring. Wide opening to Lounge. Open to:

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM - 4.48m (14'8") x 2.33m (7'8")
Wide window to front with lovely views to fields. The kitchen is fitted with a range of ‘System 6` modern wall and base units and deep pan drawers. Amonite Diamond White Quartz work surfaces incorporate an inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit. Integrated Neff dishwasher. Integrated microwave and Neff fan assisted electric oven. Induction hob with stainless steel and glass chimney style extractor over. Integrated fridge/freezer. Spotlights. Oak flooring.

LOUNGE - 5.47m (17'11") x 4.55m (14'11")
Four steps with glass and oak balustrade down to lounge. Two windows to front with lovely views to fields. Further window to side with countryside views. Vaulted ceiling. TV point. Telephone point. Two vertical radiators. Oak flooring. Under stairs storage area.

BEDROOM ONE - 3.95m (13'0") x 3.1m (10'2")
Window to rear with a pleasant outlook over the garden. Vertical radiator. Door to:

ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM - 2.41m (7'11") x 1.88m (6'2")
Obscure window to side. White suite comprising; oval shaped free standing bath, w.c. and wall mounted wash hand basin. Ladder style towel radiator. Ceramic tiled floor.

BEDROOM TWO - 3.94m (12'11") Max x 3.11m (10'2")
Window to rear with a pleasant outlook over the garden. Large range of built-in wardrobes. Vertical radiator.

BEDROOM THREE - 3.05m (10'0") x 2.11m (6'11")
Window to rear with a pleasant outlook over the garden. Vertical radiator

Glass doors from hall to:

BATHROOM - 2.57m (8'5") x 1.65m (5'5")
Obscure glazed window to side. Fitted with a white suite comprising a walk-in shower cubicle, w.c. and wall mounted wash hand basin. Vertical radiator. Two walls fully tiled. Ceramic tiled floor.

Blocked paved driveway to the front providing parking for two vehicles. Landscaped area beside this with Cotswold stone gravel and umbrella-shaped Hornbeam tree.

GARAGE - 5.52m (18'1") x 4.59m (15'1")
Electric roller door to front. Wall mounted Viessman combination boiler for hot water and central heating. Power and light.

The garden is set out on levels which may be best described as lower, middle and upper. The lower level garden comprises a level patio area at the back of the house with steps rising from left to right. The sloping area is planted with a rockery and separated by low stone walls. Here there are Alpines, heathers, Hebes and some trailing roses. At the top of this area is a level patio with trellis fencing on the downward side. This is a very private area ideal for barbeques and al fresco dining. There are a number of very pretty Acers and Hydrangeas in this area. Further steps lead up from here to the upper garden, where there is another large level area, currently laid with Cotswold gravel. This area has been prepared for and would make an ideal place for a summer house. A very small stream runs along the back of this level space above which a steep bank rises to an additional area of wild garden, where there are a number of shrubs and small trees. There are fabulous views to the estuary and beyond from many parts of the garden.

All mains services are connected except gas. Water is metered.

East Devon District Council. Band E. Currently £2,185.82 payable (2018/19).


The current owners have carried out a comprehensive programme of renovation and modernisation on the property, which includes: new windows and doors, re-wiring, re-plumb, installation of central heating, new bathrooms, new kitchen, new banisters and floorings, landscaping of the garden, redecoration throughout.

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.

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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