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Guide Price £550,000

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Accommodation Summary

GUIDE PRICE £550,000 - £575,000
Pretty period cottage, well presented throughout
Walking distance to the Puffing Billy and train station
Easy access onto the Estuary cycle path
Adaptable accommodation with ground floor en-suite bedroom & study
South-facing garden
Parking for several cars
Two storage sheds

Directions

From Topsham, head towards Exmouth along the A376 passing through the village of Ebford. On entering Exton, pass the turning for Exton Lane, continue down the hill and the property is on the right hand side.

Situation

Exton lies on the East side of the River Exe Estuary, some six miles from the Cathedral city of Exeter with its comprehensive range of services, approx two miles from the pretty estuary town of Topsham and five miles from the coastal town of Exmouth, popular for its long sandy beach. Considered a special place to live, Exton has the benefit of a train station, which provides easy access to Exeter and Exmouth. The Puffing Billy gastro pub is within walking distance and offers a superb and varied menu. There is a good range of local schools in the local vicinity and the M5 motorway, A38 and A30 are easily accessible.

Description

A lovely period cottage located in this highly popular estuary village, a short walk from the village centre and train station. The Vendors believe the property was built circa 1900 and it has been extended through the years, now offering spacious adaptable accommodation including a downstairs en-suite bedroom and separate study or dressing room. There is a large open-plan kitchen/dining room, a good sized conservatory and sitting room with woodburner. On the first floor, the main bedroom has an en-suite, there are 2 further bedrooms and the family bathroom. The principal garden is to the front with a southerly aspect, mainly lawned, with a number of trees and shrubs. There is also a patio and log store. To the side and rear is a further area of outside space, with two storage sheds. Approached over a gravelled drive, there is parking for a number of vehicles.

ENTRANCE A wooden door with glass panel opens into the...

HALL Exposed wood flooring. Open through to sitting room and kitchen. Doors to...

UTILITY ROOM Fitted with a range of base, wall and drawer units and worktop. Space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. One and a half bowl ceramic sink and drainer. Wall-mounted gas boiler. Attractive period tiled flooring. Window to side.

CLOAKROOM Low level WC and wash hand basin.

DINING AREA French doors to side garden. Window to rear. Through to...

KITCHEN Fitted with wood-fronted base, wall and drawer units with a solid wood worktop over. Belfast sink. 5-ring range-style cooker with extractor over. Integrated dishwasher and space for fridge/freezer. Wood flooring. Double glazed window overlooking the garden.

SITTING ROOM Woodburner set in tiled surround. Door to rear hall and French doors to...

CONSERVATORY With French doors out to the garden.

REAR HALL Stairs to first floor. Door to understairs cupboard and doors to...

PORCH Believed to have been the original front entrance, with windows to the garden and door to side.

STUDY Double glazed window to rear. Door to...

BEDROOM 4 Double glazed window to side. Period fireplace with wood surround. Door to...

EN-SUITE Shower cubicle, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Window to side.

First floor LANDING Hatch to roof space, which is boarded making it an ideal storage space. Doors to...

BEDROOM 1 Double glazed bay window to front. Feature period fireplace. Doors to overstairs cupboard, dresssing room and...

EN-SUITE Shower cubicle, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Heated towel rail. Obscure double glazed window to side.

BEDROOM 3 Double glazed window to side.

BEDROOM 2 Double glazed window to garden. Recess for storage and disused fireplace.

FAMILY BATHROOM Fitted with a panel bath with half screen, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

Outside From the road, a gravelled driveway leads to the parking area for a number of cars. A gate gives access to the south-facing garden which is mainly laid to lawn and is bordered by trees and plants. A path leads to the front door. There's a storage shed and a gate which provides access on to the road. To the side is a sheltered, gravelled area, providing the ideal area to put another shed if desired. There is a further storage area at the rear.

AGENT'S NOTE: There is a Right of access over the driveway, which belongs to the neighbouring property.

SUMMARY

PRICE RANGE £550,000 - £575,000. A delightful DETACHED PERIOD PROPERTY a SHORT WALK TO THE VILLAGE CENTRE, with adaptable accommodation inc. GROUND FLOOR BEDROOM, STUDY/DRESSING ROOM & good sized CONSERVATORY. A lovely SOUTH-FACING GARDEN & PARKING FOR SEVERAL CARS.... Read more

Accommodation Summary

GUIDE PRICE £550,000 - £575,000
Pretty period cottage, well presented throughout
Walking distance to the Puffing Billy and train station
Easy access onto the Estuary cycle path
Adaptable accommodation with ground floor en-suite bedroom & study
South-facing garden
Parking for several cars
Two storage sheds

Directions

From Topsham, head towards Exmouth along the A376 passing through the village of Ebford. On entering Exton, pass the turning for Exton Lane, continue down the hill and the property is on the right hand side.

Situation

Exton lies on the East side of the River Exe Estuary, some six miles from the Cathedral city of Exeter with its comprehensive range of services, approx two miles from the pretty estuary town of Topsham and five miles from the coastal town of Exmouth, popular for its long sandy beach. Considered a special place to live, Exton has the benefit of a train station, which provides easy access to Exeter and Exmouth. The Puffing Billy gastro pub is within walking distance and offers a superb and varied menu. There is a good range of local schools in the local vicinity and the M5 motorway, A38 and A30 are easily accessible.

Description

A lovely period cottage located in this highly popular estuary village, a short walk from the village centre and train station. The Vendors believe the property was built circa 1900 and it has been extended through the years, now offering spacious adaptable accommodation including a downstairs en-suite bedroom and separate study or dressing room. There is a large open-plan kitchen/dining room, a good sized conservatory and sitting room with woodburner. On the first floor, the main bedroom has an en-suite, there are 2 further bedrooms and the family bathroom. The principal garden is to the front with a southerly aspect, mainly lawned, with a number of trees and shrubs. There is also a patio and log store. To the side and rear is a further area of outside space, with two storage sheds. Approached over a gravelled drive, there is parking for a number of vehicles.

ENTRANCE A wooden door with glass panel opens into the...

HALL Exposed wood flooring. Open through to sitting room and kitchen. Doors to...

UTILITY ROOM Fitted with a range of base, wall and drawer units and worktop. Space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. One and a half bowl ceramic sink and drainer. Wall-mounted gas boiler. Attractive period tiled flooring. Window to side.

CLOAKROOM Low level WC and wash hand basin.

DINING AREA French doors to side garden. Window to rear. Through to...

KITCHEN Fitted with wood-fronted base, wall and drawer units with a solid wood worktop over. Belfast sink. 5-ring range-style cooker with extractor over. Integrated dishwasher and space for fridge/freezer. Wood flooring. Double glazed window overlooking the garden.

SITTING ROOM Woodburner set in tiled surround. Door to rear hall and French doors to...

CONSERVATORY With French doors out to the garden.

REAR HALL Stairs to first floor. Door to understairs cupboard and doors to...

PORCH Believed to have been the original front entrance, with windows to the garden and door to side.

STUDY Double glazed window to rear. Door to...

BEDROOM 4 Double glazed window to side. Period fireplace with wood surround. Door to...

EN-SUITE Shower cubicle, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Window to side.

First floor LANDING Hatch to roof space, which is boarded making it an ideal storage space. Doors to...

BEDROOM 1 Double glazed bay window to front. Feature period fireplace. Doors to overstairs cupboard, dresssing room and...

EN-SUITE Shower cubicle, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Heated towel rail. Obscure double glazed window to side.

BEDROOM 3 Double glazed window to side.

BEDROOM 2 Double glazed window to garden. Recess for storage and disused fireplace.

FAMILY BATHROOM Fitted with a panel bath with half screen, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

Outside From the road, a gravelled driveway leads to the parking area for a number of cars. A gate gives access to the south-facing garden which is mainly laid to lawn and is bordered by trees and plants. A path leads to the front door. There's a storage shed and a gate which provides access on to the road. To the side is a sheltered, gravelled area, providing the ideal area to put another shed if desired. There is a further storage area at the rear.

AGENT'S NOTE: There is a Right of access over the driveway, which belongs to the neighbouring property.

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