Guide Price £425,000Request a viewing
Guide price £425,000-£450,000
End of terrace
Two reception rooms
From Exeter city, go over the Iron Bridge and take the first left onto Dinham Road, the property can be found on the right after a short distance.
In the heart of the Cathedral City of Exeter, accessible to all facilities including shops, restaurants, public houses and all major facilities in the city including both St Davids and Exeter Central railway stations and the University of Exeter.
A stunning period property in an extremely convenient location with St Davids Station and the City Centre within walking distance. Beautiful, well-appointed and versatile accommodation over three floors with fine views to St Michael’s church spire. Entrance hall with access to the sitting room (currently used as a downstairs bedroom) open plan kitchen/breakfast room with impressive rear windows overlooking the rear. Upstairs there are two large rooms currently used as first-floor sitting room and home-work office. In addition, there is a smart bathroom. On the top floor there is a double bedroom with en-suite plus a further bedroom. Outside there is an attractive courtyard garden offering a good degree of privacy and rear pedestrian access.
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|Wood door with over light.|| |
|ENTRANCE VESTIBULE|| Dado rail. Radiator. Stairs with storage cupboards.|
|SITTING ROOM||13'9" x 10'10" (4.2m x 3.3m). A pleasant room with double glazed bay window to the front. Period cast iron fire place with attractive wood mantle. Stripped wooden flooring. Decorative coving and ceiling rose. Television point. Radiator.|
|KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM||14'2" x 10'4" (4.32m x 3.15m). A fabulous open plan free flowing space. Quality fitted kitchen with an extensive range of floor and wall mounted soft closing cupboard and drawer units with composite worktops. Four ring induction hob with extractor hood over. Neff double oven. Integrated Bosch dishwasher. Space for fridge/freezer and washing machine. Stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Cupboard housing the Worcester Bosch boiler. The breakfast area has a decorative period style fireplace and mantle plus built in storage and engineered oak flooring. Radiator. Double glazed window to the side. At the rear and a real feature is wall to wall double glazed picture windows with sky lights and door to garden.|
|Turning stairs to first floor|| |
|BEDROOM TWO||14'10" x 13'9" (4.52m x 4.2m). Currently used as a first floor sitting room and enjoying an elevated outlook. Double glazed bay window to the front. Period cast iron fire place with marble mantle. Picture rail and ceiling rose. Strip wood flooring. Television point. Radiator.|
|BEDROOM THREE||22'3" x 8'10" (6.78m x 2.7m). Built in wardrobes with shelving. Radiator. Arch to an elevated seating area with double glazed windows and over lights.|
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|BATHROOM|| An impressive bathroom comprising a white suite and decorative tiling. Bath with mono tap shower attachment plus a hand held shower. Glass screen. High level WC Savoy wash hand basin with mono tap. Mirror fronted medicine cabinet with glass shelf beneath and spit lighting. Heated towel rail. Part obscure double glazed window for natural light.|
|TURNING STAIRS|| With double glazed window to the rear. Loft access. Boarded with light and ladder.|
|BEDROOM ONE||14'10" x 11'10" (4.52m x 3.6m). A large double bedroom with double glazed window to the front. Brick fireplace recess. Radiator.|
|EN-SUITE|| Tiled shower cubicle with overhead shower. Low level WC and wash hand basin with mono tap. Mirror fronted medicine cupboard. Heated towel rail. Tiling extractor fan.|
|BEDROOM FOUR||9'2" x 8'10" (2.8m x 2.7m). A pleasant room with double glazed window to the rear. Radiator.|
|OUTSIDE|| A newly finished private courtyard with church steeple view. Wired for outside lighting. Space for plants and shrubs. Outside tap and power sockets. Gate for pedestrians.|