An attractive semi-detached three bedroom home with very large front and back gardens, situated in a semi-rural location near Colyton. The accommodation comprises three bedrooms, re-fitted modern bathroom, landing with oak and glass balustrade and lovely far reaching country views, lounge with multi-fuel stove and a range of built-in cupboards and displays shelves, kitchen/dining room with bespoke French oak kitchen units with granite work tops, attached outhouse providing, larder, utility room, w.c. and external doors to both front and back. Outside, there are currently 2 parking spaces in front of the house and a very large, pretty front garden. At the back of the property is a large garden, split into various sections, providing seating, raised beds for vegetables and fruit, a chicken run and a large duck enclosure. At the far end of the garden is a substantial workshop/store, which is insulated with ample power points, lighting and an alarm. This building could be put to a number of uses including home gym and studio. The property benefits from double glazing and electric heating supplemented by the multi-fuel stove.
The property is ex-council and therefore subject to a Section 157 Housing restriction. There is no onward chain.
The accommodation (all measurements approximate) comprises:
Storm porch. Outside light. Solid oak front door with glazed central panel.
Stairs rising to first floor with oak hand rail. Hooks for coats. Phone point. Electric radiator. Oak flooring. Custom made internal door with glazed panels to
LOUNGE - 5.49m (18'0") x 2.75m (9'0")
(Measurements taken between fronts of built-in units). Window to front and further window to rear with far reaching views to the countryside. Fireplace with slate hearth fitted with a multi-fuel stove. Solid beech book shelves and cabinets built in to the recesses to either side of the chimney breast. Solid ash built-in, lighted display cabinets with storage below to the other side of the room. Two electric radiators. Oak flooring.
KITCHEN - 5.48m (18'0") x 4.18m (13'9") Max
Triple aspect with windows to front, side and rear. The bespoke, hand-made kitchen is fitted with a range of solid oak base units with inset butler sink and granite work surfaces. Built-in oak dresser with display cabinets and storage below. Shelving. Chimney breast with high mantle shelf with oil fired Rayburn below. This provides hot water and heats the towel rail in the bathroom. Space for fridge/freezer. Electric radiator. Quarry tiled floor. Oak stable door to
External doors to both sides, one leading to the parking area and one to the rear garden. Pantry cupboard. Ceramic tiled floor. Doors to
Obscure glazed window to side. Fitted with white w.c. with high level cistern. Ceramic tiled floor.
Obscure glazed window to rear. Space and plumbing for washing machine, tumble dryer and additional fridge/freezer. Ceramic tiled floor.
Stairs rising from the ground floor with banisters of oak with glazed panels. Window to rear with lovely far reaching views to the countryside. Hatch to insulated, partially boarded loft with pull down ladder and light. Radiator. Oak flooring.
BEDROOM ONE - 4.11m (13'6") To Wardrobe x 2.89m (9'6")
Window to front overlooking front garden and fields. Built-in wardrobes. Picture rail. Stripped wooden floor.
BEDROOM TWO - 3.11m (10'2") x 2.89m (9'6")
Dual aspect windows to side and front, looking out over garden and fields. Shelves. Built-in cupboard. Picture rail.
BEDROOM THREE - 2.6m (8'6") x 2.5m (8'2")
Window to rear with beautiful far reaching views to the countryside. Picture rail. Stripped wooden floor.
BATHROOM - 2.11m (6'11") x 1.8m (5'11")
Obscure glazed window to side. Fitted with a modern white suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, w.c. with recessed cistern and wash hand basin set into base unit with cupboards below. Illuminated, mirrored cabinet above. Fully tiled walls. Vinyl flooring. Heated towel rail.
To the front is a large garden with a circular pond at the centre and Devon bank bordering the road. Adjacent to the Devon bank is a low stone wall which curves along one side. The garden is planted with a good variety of shrubs and small trees including some Acers, which provide lovely Autumn colour. The garden meets the side of the house, where there is parking for at least two vehicles. This area is bound on one side by a low wall. A path from here leads around to the garden gate at the back.
The rear garden is very long and separated into several different sections. There is a paved patio area close to the house for summer dining. At this end of the garden there is a wrought iron gate for access to and from the parking area and outside tap. Walking further down the garden, there is a shed with power and light, two greenhouses, raised beds for growing vegetables, two enclosures for chickens or ducks and a pergola with seating area. At the very end of the garden there is a substantial workshop/store room with a covered storage area to the rear.
WORKSHOP/STORE ROOM - 5.85m (19'2") x 5.83m (19'2")
Two obscure double glazed windows to front. uPVC double door entry. Power and light. Insulated metal roof. Wall mounted electric consumer unit. Concrete floor.
Mains electricity and water are connected. Water is metered. Drainage is via a shared septic tank. There is no gas.
East Devon District Council. Band C. Currently £1,561.36 pa (2018/19).
The current owners have replaced most of the internal doors with solid oak doors, some of which have pewter handles and others with latches. The floors have been replaced with oak and quarry tiles. The property benefits from uPVC double glazing. The property is subject to a Rural Housing Restriction as detailed in Section 157 of the Housing Act 1985. Please ask at our office for further information.
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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