Sugar

East

Guide Price £500,000

Semi-Detached | 4

Sold STC

Accommodation Summary

Approximately 0.2 acres
No onward chain
Garage and off road parking
Potential to modernise and improve
On the market for the first time in many years
Gas central heating
Period features

Directions

From Topsham leave the town along Elm Grove Road, pass Darts Farm, at the next roundabout turn left and the following one turn right. Continue through the village of Woodbury and follow the road onto the Common. At the cross roads go straight across, follow the road across the common, through the village of Yettington and into East Budleigh. Take the first turning on the left into Vicarage Road, and the house is towards the top of the road on the right hand side.

Situation

Situated in the pretty East Devon village of East Budleigh (the birth place of Sir Walter Raleigh) and a short distance inland from the popular coastal town of Budleigh Salterton. East Budleigh was once a market town and thriving port when the River Otter was navigable, but today it is regarded as a special place to live, with its attractive village centre. East Budleigh is conveniently positioned for easy access to Junction 30 of the M5 being approximately 8 miles away. Budleigh Salterton possesses a good range of local convenience and specialist shops, pubs and restaurants, an excellent range of recreational facilities, including East Devon Golf Club. The Village Community shop, pub and Primary School are within easy walking distance as is the bus stop to Budleigh Salterton, Exmouth and Sidmouth.

Description

Situated in this pretty and historic village, a short walk from the village centre, community shop and primary school is this attractive period house, in need of modernisation but offering a huge amount of potential. Located on a quiet lane, to the front is an area of garden accessed via double wooden gates, that could be altered to create additional off-road parking. There is currently a single garage with parking space in front. The main door is situated on the side and opens into a hallway leading to two good sized reception rooms with high ceilings and period features. There is a good sized kitchen and a utility room leading to a workshop which could be changed to create more living space. On the first floor are 4 good sized bedrooms, a bathroom and separate WC. To the rear, a feature of the house is the garden which is level and has recently been cleared, with the plot in total measuring approximately 0.2 acres. On the market for the first time in many years, the house is being sold with no onward chain.

ENTRANCE From the front a path leads round to the side where a storm porch leads to the main door which opens into the hall.

HALL Exposed wooden flooring, stairs to first floor, door to under stairs cupboard and doors to...

SITTING ROOM18'4" x 13'1" (5.6m x 4m). A splendid room with high ceilings and decorative coving, sash window to rear with wooden shutters, opening for a wood burning stove.

DINING ROOM13'5" x 12'1" (4.1m x 3.68m). Another fine reception room with sash window and shutters to the garden, exposed wooden floor boards and recess for fire with wooden mantle.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM13'5" x 11'8" (4.1m x 3.56m). Fitted with a range of wall and base units with a stainless steel sink and drainer unit. Floor mounted gas boiler, a range of fitted cupboards, exposed floor boards and a sash window to the front.

UTILITY ROOM9'4" x 5'1" (2.84m x 1.55m). Plumbing for washing machine, period tiled flooring, door to large larder and through to...

WORKSHOP17'2" x 10'6" (5.23m x 3.2m). Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, wooden door to front, Belfast sink, power and lighting.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING Hatch to roof space and doors to...

BEDROOM 113'4" x 11'10" (4.06m x 3.6m). Sash window to front and exposed floor boards.

BEDROOM 213'1" x 10'9" (4m x 3.28m). Sash window to rear, blocked up fireplace with wooden mantle and exposed floor boards.

BEDROOM 312'8" x 10'11" (3.86m x 3.33m). Exposed floorboards, sash window overlooking the garden with distant countryside views.

BEDROOM 413'8" x 7'8" (4.17m x 2.34m). Sash window to front, storage alcove and exposed floor boards.

BATHROOM Fitted with a two piece suite comprising panel bath with electric shower over and pedestal hand basin.

WC Low level WC and hand basin.

OUTSIDE To the front is a garage with parking in front. Double wooden gates open to the front garden with raised flower bed and door into the workshop. A door leads into the hall and a path leads down the side to the rear door and rear garden. A very good sized rear garden which has recently been cleared. It has a southerly aspect and three green houses.

GARAGE15'7" x 9'8" (4.75m x 2.95m).

AGENT'S NOTE: There will be a covenant restricting the property to just one dwelling.

SUMMARY

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Accommodation Summary

Approximately 0.2 acres
No onward chain
Garage and off road parking
Potential to modernise and improve
On the market for the first time in many years
Gas central heating
Period features

Directions

From Topsham leave the town along Elm Grove Road, pass Darts Farm, at the next roundabout turn left and the following one turn right. Continue through the village of Woodbury and follow the road onto the Common. At the cross roads go straight across, follow the road across the common, through the village of Yettington and into East Budleigh. Take the first turning on the left into Vicarage Road, and the house is towards the top of the road on the right hand side.

Situation

Situated in the pretty East Devon village of East Budleigh (the birth place of Sir Walter Raleigh) and a short distance inland from the popular coastal town of Budleigh Salterton. East Budleigh was once a market town and thriving port when the River Otter was navigable, but today it is regarded as a special place to live, with its attractive village centre. East Budleigh is conveniently positioned for easy access to Junction 30 of the M5 being approximately 8 miles away. Budleigh Salterton possesses a good range of local convenience and specialist shops, pubs and restaurants, an excellent range of recreational facilities, including East Devon Golf Club. The Village Community shop, pub and Primary School are within easy walking distance as is the bus stop to Budleigh Salterton, Exmouth and Sidmouth.

Description

Situated in this pretty and historic village, a short walk from the village centre, community shop and primary school is this attractive period house, in need of modernisation but offering a huge amount of potential. Located on a quiet lane, to the front is an area of garden accessed via double wooden gates, that could be altered to create additional off-road parking. There is currently a single garage with parking space in front. The main door is situated on the side and opens into a hallway leading to two good sized reception rooms with high ceilings and period features. There is a good sized kitchen and a utility room leading to a workshop which could be changed to create more living space. On the first floor are 4 good sized bedrooms, a bathroom and separate WC. To the rear, a feature of the house is the garden which is level and has recently been cleared, with the plot in total measuring approximately 0.2 acres. On the market for the first time in many years, the house is being sold with no onward chain.

ENTRANCE From the front a path leads round to the side where a storm porch leads to the main door which opens into the hall.

HALL Exposed wooden flooring, stairs to first floor, door to under stairs cupboard and doors to...

SITTING ROOM18'4" x 13'1" (5.6m x 4m). A splendid room with high ceilings and decorative coving, sash window to rear with wooden shutters, opening for a wood burning stove.

DINING ROOM13'5" x 12'1" (4.1m x 3.68m). Another fine reception room with sash window and shutters to the garden, exposed wooden floor boards and recess for fire with wooden mantle.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM13'5" x 11'8" (4.1m x 3.56m). Fitted with a range of wall and base units with a stainless steel sink and drainer unit. Floor mounted gas boiler, a range of fitted cupboards, exposed floor boards and a sash window to the front.

UTILITY ROOM9'4" x 5'1" (2.84m x 1.55m). Plumbing for washing machine, period tiled flooring, door to large larder and through to...

WORKSHOP17'2" x 10'6" (5.23m x 3.2m). Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, wooden door to front, Belfast sink, power and lighting.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING Hatch to roof space and doors to...

BEDROOM 113'4" x 11'10" (4.06m x 3.6m). Sash window to front and exposed floor boards.

BEDROOM 213'1" x 10'9" (4m x 3.28m). Sash window to rear, blocked up fireplace with wooden mantle and exposed floor boards.

BEDROOM 312'8" x 10'11" (3.86m x 3.33m). Exposed floorboards, sash window overlooking the garden with distant countryside views.

BEDROOM 413'8" x 7'8" (4.17m x 2.34m). Sash window to front, storage alcove and exposed floor boards.

BATHROOM Fitted with a two piece suite comprising panel bath with electric shower over and pedestal hand basin.

WC Low level WC and hand basin.

OUTSIDE To the front is a garage with parking in front. Double wooden gates open to the front garden with raised flower bed and door into the workshop. A door leads into the hall and a path leads down the side to the rear door and rear garden. A very good sized rear garden which has recently been cleared. It has a southerly aspect and three green houses.

GARAGE15'7" x 9'8" (4.75m x 2.95m).

AGENT'S NOTE: There will be a covenant restricting the property to just one dwelling.

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