Price £350,000 New Instruction

An attractive period semi detached house with garage, parking and south facing garden situated within a few hundred metres of the town centre, with lovely views to both the front and back. The accommodation currently comprises three bedrooms, bathroom, hallway, two reception rooms, kitchen and cloakroom. There is an attached garage and a gated drive providing parking for one vehicle with further parking available outside. There is potential to enlarge the property if desired, either by means of a loft conversion or by replacing the garage with a two storey extension, all of which would of course be subject to permission being granted. At the back of the house is a lovely garden with a summer house at the end to make the most of the evening sun. The property retains many charming features including picture rails, some fireplaces and panelled doors but has the advantage of modern double glazing and gas central heating throughout. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

Colyton is a pretty and historic town with a village feel with a range of local facilities including health centre, library, convenience stores, fish and chip shop, pubs, tea rooms, a garden centre and a variety of small shops and services. The beautiful Norman Church is the centre point of the town, which most 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, all measurements approximate, comprises:

GROUND FLOOR

PORCH
Enclosed entrance porch with light. Side window and uPVC double glazed front door with glazed panel opening into

HALL - 3.54m (11'7") x 1.67m (5'6")
Stairs rising to first floor. Telephone point. Smoke detector. Radiator. Original (stained) floor boards. Stripped panelled doors to Dining Room and

LOUNGE - 4.37m (14'4") x 3.45m (11'4") Max
Bay window to front. Feature fire place with multi fuel stove with slate tiled hearth. TV point. Radiator.

DINING ROOM - 4.38m (14'4") Max x 3.63m (11'11")
Double glazed uPVC door to rear. Small window to side. Under stairs cupboard. Feature fireplace with living flame coal effect gas fire. Built in cupboards to alcove. Radiator. Step down and door opening to

UTILITY AREA - 1.77m (5'10") x 1.6m (5'3")
uPVC double glazed door to garden with cupboard housing consumer unit over. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Radiator. Laminate flooring. Opening to Kitchen. Door to

W.C.
Obscure glazed window to side. Fitted with a white suite comprising w.c. and corner wash hand basin. Wall mounted Worcester gas combination boiler. Laminate flooring.

KITCHEN - 2.86m (9'5") x 2.52m (8'3")
Window to rear overlooking the garden and views to fields. The kitchen has been fitted with a range of cream wall and base units with solid wood work surfaces and inset cream composite single bowl sink unit and drainer. Integrated dish washer. Integrated electric fan assisted under counter oven/grill with electric ceramic hob over. Cooker hood/extractor above. Integrated fridge/freezer. Pull out larder unit. Metro style tiled splash backs. Laminate flooring.

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING
uPVC multi paned tilt and turn window to side with views to the river. Radiator. Built-in cupboard. Hatch to part boarded, insulated loft, with light and ladder. Step up to

BATHROOM - 2.75m (9'0") x 1.52m (5'0")
Obscure glazed window to side. Fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over with glazed shower screen, w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Extractor. Ladder style chrome towel radiator. Vinyl flooring.


Continue along the landing to

BEDROOM ONE - 3.65m (12'0") x 3.43m (11'3") Max
Window to rear with lovely views to the garden and countryside beyond. Decorative feature cast iron fireplace with mantle over. Radiator.

BEDROOM TWO - 3.51m (11'6") x 2.95m (9'8")
Window to front with lovely views to the countryside and river. Decorative feature cast iron fireplace with mantle over. Radiator.

BEDROOM THREE - 2.47m (8'1") x 2.12m (6'11")
Presently used as a study. Window to front with views to countryside and the river. Radiator.

OUTSIDE TO FRONT
Gas meter. Gravelled area with decorative stone circular feature. Attractive brick boundary wall with double wrought iron gates. Off road parking for one car in private driveway, leading to

GARAGE - 6.2m (20'4") x 2.79m (9'2")
Up and over door to front. Pedestrian door to back garden. Power and light. Partial eaves storage. Cold water tap.

REAR GARDEN
Good sized, south facing rear garden. Outside tap and light. A decked area leads from the garage and back door of the house to a lawned area. Timber fences to two sides, with open views to the rear, overlooking fields and countryside. Several fruit trees including, apricot, pear, cherry, plum and apple. A concrete pathway runs the length of the garden to a timber built summer house (measuring 9`9` x 9`7` or 2.98m x 2.93m) at the end, which has an external solar powered light.

SERVICES
All mains services are connected. Water is metered.

COUNCIL TAX
East Devon District Council. Band D. Currently £1864.70 (2019/20).

EPC
C

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Riversmeet has many original features of the Edwardian era, including fireplaces, picture rails, stripped panelled doors with attractive, tapestry door plates and skirting boards. The house is offered with the benefit of no onward chain.

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.

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