A cottage style end of terrace house situated within a few hundred metres walk of the centre of town. The house is in need of some modernisation but does benefit from double glazed windows and gas central heating. The accommodation comprises hallway with stairs rising to the first floor, w.c., kitchen, large lounge/dining room with a study area to the front and at the back, a small conservatory leading to the garden; on the first floor is a good sized landing with loft access, two double bedrooms and a third box room/study, family bathroom and large airing cupboard. At the side of the house is a very useful covered passage providing an area of bins/bicycles etc and giving external access to the back garden. The front of the property is delineated by a low stone wall within which is a pretty little garden, well stocked with shrubs. A gate and path to the side lead to the front entrance and the passageway. At the back is a walled courtyard style garden, which is paved for ease of maintenance. A gate from the back garden leads to a rear vehicular access where there are two single garages.
Colyton is a pretty and historic town with a village feel with a range of local facilities including health centre, library, convenience stores, chip shop, pubs, tea rooms, a garden centre and a variety of small shops and services. The beautiful Norman Church with unusual octagonal tower is the centre point of the town, which is famous for the 1685 Monmouth Rebellion. On the edge of the town is the Seaton tramway station which operates services throughout the summer along the Axe Estuary, linking Colyton and Seaton, which is very popular with tourists. The nearby Colyton Grammar School is another draw for the area as the school consistently appears in the top 10 Grammar Schools in the country. The Jurassic Coast and pretty harbour at Axmouth is just 2 miles away and the ever-popular seaside resort of Lyme Regis just 7 miles to the east.
The accommodation, with all measurements approximate, comprises:
PORCH - 5.17m (17'0") x 1.26m (4'2")
Enclosed entrance porch with Perspex roof running from the front of the house to the back. Hard wood stable door to front. Part glazed timber door to rear. Multi paned obscure glazed door to
HALL - 3.56m (11'8") Max x 1.99m (6'6") Max
Stairs rising to first floor. Under stairs cupboard. Telephone point. Radiator. Door to
W.C. - 1.99m (6'6") x 0.75m (2'6")
Fitted with a suite comprising w.c. and wall mounted wash hand basin.
STUDY AREA - 1.99m (6'6") x 1.84m (6'0")
Window to front. Radiator. Arch to
LOUNGE - 4.51m (14'10") x 3.31m (10'10")
Window to front. Stone fireplace with slate hearth, fitted with a gas fire. TV point. Radiator. Arch to
DINING AREA - 4.45m (14'7") x 2.7m (8'10")
CONSERVATORY - 2.66m (8'9") x 1.53m (5'0")
Window to rear with views to the garden. Built in cupboards. Vinyl flooring. Stable door to garden.
KITCHEN - 2.61m (8'7") x 2.55m (8'4")
Window to rear. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units with laminate work surfaces and inset cream composite one and a half bowl sink unit and drainer. Central heating control. The following appliances are fitted and included in the sale: Whirlpool washing machine. Free standing Parkinson Cowan gas oven. Fridge/freezer.
Two windows to side with lovely countryside views. Airing cupboard housing factory lagged hot water cylinder with slatted shelving above. Worcester gas boiler for hot water and central heating. (Boiler can also be accessed via the bathroom). Hatch to partially boarded, insulated loft with pull down ladder.
BEDROOM ONE - 3.43m (11'3") To Alcove x 3.3m (10'10")
Window to front with distant countryside views. Telephone point. Built in wardrobe/cupboard. Eaves cupboard. Pedestal wash hand basin. Radiator.
BEDROOM TWO - 3.69m (12'1") x 2.71m (8'11")
Window to rear with some views to distant countryside and St. Andrew`s church. Built-in wardrobes Radiator.
BEDROOM THREE - 2m (6'7") x 1.99m (6'6")
Velux window to front with views. Radiator.
SHOWER ROOM - 2.55m (8'4") x 1.91m (6'3")
Dual aspect. Obscure glazed windows to rear and side. Fitted with a coloured suite comprising a separate shower tiled cubicle with Mira electric shower, w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Radiator. Vinyl flooring.
There is an enclosed front garden, with a stone boundary wall. Adjacent to number 1 Fermain Gardens is a shared gravelled driveway providing rear access to the garages and pedestrian access to the rear garden. The garages to the far left and middle belong to number 3.
GARAGE ONE - 5.1m (16'9") x 2.95m (9'8")
Up and over door to front. Window to rear. Partial wall between garages with a large opening to
GARAGE TWO - 5.1m (16'9") x 2.75m (9'0")
Up and over door to front. Timber gate to
The garden is walled with a large paved patio in the centre. Along one side is a raised planting bed retained by a low stone wall, well stocked with mature shrubs. There is an outside tap and ample space for outdoor seating and entertaining.
All mains services are connected.
East Devon District Council. Band D. Currently £1864.50 payable (2019/20).
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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