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Budleigh

Guide Price £300,000

End of Terrace | 2

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Accommodation Summary

EER 'B'
Council tax band 'C'

Directions

From Exeter and the M5 take the J30 exit towards Exmouth. At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto A376. At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit onto A376 to Exmouth. Travel along the duel carriageway and at the roundabout take the 1st exit onto B3179 to Woodbury. After 2.8 miles turn right. After 0.7miles turn right onto B3180. Follow this road past Woodbury Common until you reach a roundabout at the end and take the first exit onto The B3178. Take the first turning on the left signposted B3178 to Knowle. Then take the second turning on your right on to Bedland's Lane, at the end of the road turn left into Barn lane and then take the third turning on your left hand side into Hooker Close

Situation

Budleigh Salterton is a particularly sought-after location on the East Devon, World Heritage site "the Jurassic coast". The town has an active fishing community regularly selling their catch on the seafront. There is a good selection of shops in the town which cater for everyday needs, including a butcher, chemist, bakeries, a Post Office and excellent pubs and restaurants. In addition, the town has a doctor’s surgery, dentists, accountants and solicitors, as well as several designer shops. Recreational facilities include the East Devon Golf Club in Budleigh Salterton, together with Woodbury Park and Sidmouth Golf Clubs nearby. There are opportunities for sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, fishing and kite boarding along the coast and in the Exe Estuary. Budleigh Salterton also has a tennis club, croquet and bowls club and two art galleries. As well a local primary school, there are many excellent private and state schools in the area at Exeter, Exmouth, Ottery St Mary and Colyton. The nearby city of Exeter, famous for its cathedral, University, theatres and relaxed style, provides all major stores and a host of boutiques, restaurants and places of unique interest and culture. Communications are excellent, with high speed trains to London taking just over two hours, Exeter International Airport approximately 11 miles to the north and the M5 motorway is only 8 miles distant. Nearby, Exmouth has a direct train service running into Exeter, which in turn offers main line services to London Paddington and London Waterloo.

Description

Newly built in 2020 is this superb end of terrace two bedroom house situated in the popular village of Budleigh Salterton close to St Peter's primary school. The house is flooded with natural light and is configured for open plan living with under floor heating to the ground floor and a wood burner in the living area. The smart modern kitchen has a range of built in appliances and a central island with an induction hob and breakfast bar. Overlooking the garden is a lovely dining area with Velux style windows, with bifold doors leading onto the garden which is part lawn part patio perfect for alfresco dining. There is a useful WC on the ground floor. Upstairs are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Agents Note: The property is covered under section 157 of the housing act and must be used as a main residence. The purchaser must have lived or worked in Devon for the last 3 years prior to purchase.

SUMMARY

An immaculately presented TWO DOUBLE BEDROOM end of terrace house constructed in 2020. The house has LOVELY BRIGHT OPEN-PLAN LIVING with underfloor heating and a WOOD-BURNER. (contd...)... Read more

Accommodation Summary

EER 'B'
Council tax band 'C'

Directions

From Exeter and the M5 take the J30 exit towards Exmouth. At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto A376. At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit onto A376 to Exmouth. Travel along the duel carriageway and at the roundabout take the 1st exit onto B3179 to Woodbury. After 2.8 miles turn right. After 0.7miles turn right onto B3180. Follow this road past Woodbury Common until you reach a roundabout at the end and take the first exit onto The B3178. Take the first turning on the left signposted B3178 to Knowle. Then take the second turning on your right on to Bedland's Lane, at the end of the road turn left into Barn lane and then take the third turning on your left hand side into Hooker Close

Situation

Budleigh Salterton is a particularly sought-after location on the East Devon, World Heritage site "the Jurassic coast". The town has an active fishing community regularly selling their catch on the seafront. There is a good selection of shops in the town which cater for everyday needs, including a butcher, chemist, bakeries, a Post Office and excellent pubs and restaurants. In addition, the town has a doctor’s surgery, dentists, accountants and solicitors, as well as several designer shops. Recreational facilities include the East Devon Golf Club in Budleigh Salterton, together with Woodbury Park and Sidmouth Golf Clubs nearby. There are opportunities for sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, fishing and kite boarding along the coast and in the Exe Estuary. Budleigh Salterton also has a tennis club, croquet and bowls club and two art galleries. As well a local primary school, there are many excellent private and state schools in the area at Exeter, Exmouth, Ottery St Mary and Colyton. The nearby city of Exeter, famous for its cathedral, University, theatres and relaxed style, provides all major stores and a host of boutiques, restaurants and places of unique interest and culture. Communications are excellent, with high speed trains to London taking just over two hours, Exeter International Airport approximately 11 miles to the north and the M5 motorway is only 8 miles distant. Nearby, Exmouth has a direct train service running into Exeter, which in turn offers main line services to London Paddington and London Waterloo.

Description

Newly built in 2020 is this superb end of terrace two bedroom house situated in the popular village of Budleigh Salterton close to St Peter's primary school. The house is flooded with natural light and is configured for open plan living with under floor heating to the ground floor and a wood burner in the living area. The smart modern kitchen has a range of built in appliances and a central island with an induction hob and breakfast bar. Overlooking the garden is a lovely dining area with Velux style windows, with bifold doors leading onto the garden which is part lawn part patio perfect for alfresco dining. There is a useful WC on the ground floor. Upstairs are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Agents Note: The property is covered under section 157 of the housing act and must be used as a main residence. The purchaser must have lived or worked in Devon for the last 3 years prior to purchase.

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