Price £480,000 Sold

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A beautifully presented detached house, originally a 1920's/30's property which has been extended and cleverly modernised to provide a stylish home. The house is set back and well screened from the road and within about half a mile of the town centre, set on a generous plot with good sized gardens and plenty of parking. The accommodation comprises hallway, lounge with a large balcony of glass and oak with lovely countryside and sea views, second reception room/bedroom four, large kitchen/dining room, utility room, ground floor shower room, two generous double bedrooms, a single bedroom and family bathroom. The property has been comprehensively renovated during the current ownership with upgraded central heating, electrical wiring, windows and attractively fitted kitchen and bathrooms. The house is very bright and decorated in contemporary style with new carpets virtually throughout. Outside, there is a good sized rear garden, which has been thoughtfully landscaped and at the front, plenty of parking and turning space, further garden and a garage. Beneath the house is a small cellar for storage. Windows are double glazed and there is gas central heating throughout.

Seaton is located at the mouth of the Axe Estuary, a haven for wild fowl, and adjoins the pretty Axmouth harbour. The town offers a range of day to day needs including shops, cafes, doctors, a 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. The delightful coastal town of Lyme Regis is just over 6 miles to the east and the ever popular coastal town of Sidmouth, just under 10 miles to the west.

The accommodation, all measurements approximate, comprises:

Indian sandstone path with glass balustrade leading to


Timber porch with pitched roof and built-in bench. Outside light. Door to log store. Half glazed front door into

Stairs rising to first floor. Two under stairs cupboards. Telephone point. Radiator.
Door to

LOUNGE - 5.24m (17'2") Max x 4.66m (15'3")
Dual aspect with windows and French doors to front and two windows to side. All windows have lovely views to the estuary, Axe Cliff and the sea. The French doors open to a deep balcony, with glass balustrade and porcelain floor tiles, from where you can take in the beautiful views. Cast iron feature fireplace with granite hearth for open fire. TV point. Two radiators. Exterior power point on balcony.

PLAYROOM/BEDROOM FOUR - 3.81m (12'6") x 3.67m (12'0")
Windows to front with lovely views. Period fireplace (not in use). Telephone point. Radiator.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM - 9.16m (30'1") x 2.9m (9'6")
Half glazed door from hall.
Dining area: French doors to rear opening to patio and garden. Engineered wood floor. TV point.
Kitchen area: Two windows to rear overlooking the garden. Window and obscure half glazed door to side. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units with laminate work surfaces and inset stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit and drainer. Integrated dish washer. Integrated fridge and freezer. Space and connection for range cooker. Cooker hood above. Breakfast bar. Plinth lighting and over cabinet spotlights. Radiator. Ceramic tile floor. Door to

Window to each side, one being obscure glazed. Fitted with a laminate work surface with base cabinet housing water meter. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Wall mounted Vaillant gas fired boiler for central heating and hot water. Electric consumer unit. Radiator. Ceramic tile floor. Door to

Obscure glazed window to side. Fitted with a white suite comprising fully tiled shower cubicle, w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Ladder radiator. Ceramic tile floor.


Window to rear over looking garden. Eaves storage. Hatch to insulated loft. Door to

BEDROOM ONE - 5m (16'5") x 3.63m (11'11") Plus Recess
Window to front with beautiful views to the estuary, the Axe Cliff and the sea. Built-in wardrobe. Some reduced head height into dormer window. Eaves storage. Radiator.

BEDROOM TWO - 4.55m (14'11") x 4.06m (13'4")
Window to front and side with views as above. Some reduced head height into dormer window. Radiator.

BEDROOM THREE - 5m (16'5") Max x 1.6m (5'3")
Window to rear overlooking garden. Some reduced head height into alcove. Drawers built in to eaves. Radiator.

Obscure glazed window to rear. Part tiled and fitted with a white suite comprising bath with shower over and glazed shower screen; w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin with wall mounted mirror over. Corner cabinet. Built-in linen cupboard. Ladder radiator. Vinyl flooring.

Approach to the house is via a tarmac driveway which provides parking for several cars. The front garden is laid to lawn on both sides of the drive with a variety shrubs to the flower beds. Exterior power point at the front of the house. There is a gate to one side for access to the side and rear garden. Just inside the gate there is a door to the cellar which is a useful storage space. It has power and the gas meter is located here.

GARAGE - 4.25m (13'11") x 2.49m (8'2")
Part glazed timber doors. Window to side. Power and light. Eaves storage.

The good sized rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with some fruit trees and flower borders containing a variety of shrubs, such as Hebes, Camelias and Lavender.
At the rear of the garden there is a level wood chipped area currently used for play. Adjacent to the house is very attractive sawn sandstone patio. There is small timber store to one side, exterior power point and outside tap. Steps with built-in patio lights lead up to the lawn.

All mains services are connected. Water is metered.

East Devon District Council. Band E. Currently £2,445.34 (2020/21).


All windows and doors (except garage doors) are uPVC double glazed. The property has been extended and modernised by the current owners to include re-fitted kitchen, replacement windows, new central heating system including boiler, additional dormer window, re-fitted bathrooms and total redecoration internally.

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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