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Budleigh

Guide Price £795,000

Semi-Detached | 4

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Accommodation Summary

Grade II listed stucco and double fronted Georgian townhouse
Sympathetically refurbished throughout to a high specification
Sea views from the upper floor
Westerly facing courtyard perfect for alfresco dining
Residents communal 'cutting garden'
Private parking space
Perfect as a main home or pied-a-terre

Directions

On entering Budleigh Salterton from the west travel down West Hill and on to the High Street continuing along Fore Street to the very bottom where Fore Street Hill can be found. It is the last turning on the left hand side before reaching the beach and Poplar Cottage is immediately found on the left hand side on the corner with Poplar Row.

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, bank, 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

An attractive period town house constructed c. 1796 set in a prime position within Budleigh Town centre and less than 150m to the beach.

The property has undergone extensive refurbishment to a high and sympathetic specification and is beautifully presented both inside and out.

The accommodation comprises; kitchen/dining room with hand-built kitchen cabinets, granite worktops and integrated Miele and Bosh appliances, living room with feature fire place with marble surround, oak flooring and French doors to the courtyard garden, main bedroom with luxurious en suite and sea view, second and third double bedrooms, fourth bedroom with sea view, family bathroom and guest cloakroom. The property is decorated with Zoffany paint throughout.

Outside there is a small walled garden to the front with gate and path leading to front door and to the rear there is a westerly courtyard garden with side access to communal residents 'cutting garden' and path to the private parking space. The rear garden is bordered by raised beds with self-watering system and a variety of plants, shrubs and trees (including espaliered “Scrumptious” apple tree).

HALL Oak flooring, under stairs cupboard and radiator.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM25'11" x 11'9" (7.9m x 3.58m). Granite worktops, Kohler Insinkerator sink with mixer tap, integrated Miele dishwasher, electric AGA AIMS, integrated tall fridge and undercounter freezer, Panasonic microwave oven, Trevor Toms hand-built cabinets, Limestone flooring, central island with Oak worktop and door to courtyard.
Feature fireplace, Oak flooring, sash window to front with window seat and blind, dado rail and radiator.

LIVING ROOM25'3" x 13'1" (7.7m x 4m). Oak flooring, French doors to courtyard, sash window to front with window seat and blind, dado rail, feature gas fireplace with period marble surround and slate hearth, two integral cupboards and shelving.

DOWNSTAIRS CLOAKROOM Integral coat cupboard, cupboard housing space for washing machine and dryer, limestone flooring, radiator and Imperial hand basin and WC and timber wall panelling.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING Stairs with original banister, radiator and airing cupboard housing Worcester boiler.

BEDROOM 112'10" x 10'9" (3.9m x 3.28m). Sash window with sea view, radiator and twin built-in wardrobes.

EN SUITE Limestone flooring with underfloor heating, Imperial bidet and WC. bath with shower over and limestone tiles. Radiator and towel rail, hand basin vanity unit with marble top and wall mirror.

BEDROOM 212'10" x 12'6" (3.9m x 3.8m). Feature period fireplace with slate hearth, sash window with winter sea view. Radiator.

BEDROOM 312'8" x 12'2" (3.86m x 3.7m). Dual aspect windows, built-in wardrobe and linen cupboard. radiator.

BEDROOM 49'8" x 6'10" (2.95m x 2.08m). Sash window with sea view, radiator and loft access.

BATHROOM Under floor heating, walk in shower with rain head, separate bath, Imperial WC and hand basin, limestone flooring, heated towel rail and half tiled walls.

LOFT Boarded and insulated.

OUTSIDE A courtyard garden with raised patio/terrace with raised beds including espaliered “Scrumptious” apple tree, raised beds to side, outside tap with external watering system.
Hard standing for one car
Right of access over path to communal garden.

SUMMARY

A PRETTY DOUBLE-FRONTED Grade II Listed Georgian townhouse in a PRIME POSITION within the town of Budleigh Salterton and less than 150m to the BEACH. HIGH SPECIFICATION throughout, sympathetically restored, WESTERLY COURTYARD GARDEN, PRIVATE PARKING SPACE.... Read more

Accommodation Summary

Grade II listed stucco and double fronted Georgian townhouse
Sympathetically refurbished throughout to a high specification
Sea views from the upper floor
Westerly facing courtyard perfect for alfresco dining
Residents communal 'cutting garden'
Private parking space
Perfect as a main home or pied-a-terre

Directions

On entering Budleigh Salterton from the west travel down West Hill and on to the High Street continuing along Fore Street to the very bottom where Fore Street Hill can be found. It is the last turning on the left hand side before reaching the beach and Poplar Cottage is immediately found on the left hand side on the corner with Poplar Row.

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, bank, 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

An attractive period town house constructed c. 1796 set in a prime position within Budleigh Town centre and less than 150m to the beach.

The property has undergone extensive refurbishment to a high and sympathetic specification and is beautifully presented both inside and out.

The accommodation comprises; kitchen/dining room with hand-built kitchen cabinets, granite worktops and integrated Miele and Bosh appliances, living room with feature fire place with marble surround, oak flooring and French doors to the courtyard garden, main bedroom with luxurious en suite and sea view, second and third double bedrooms, fourth bedroom with sea view, family bathroom and guest cloakroom. The property is decorated with Zoffany paint throughout.

Outside there is a small walled garden to the front with gate and path leading to front door and to the rear there is a westerly courtyard garden with side access to communal residents 'cutting garden' and path to the private parking space. The rear garden is bordered by raised beds with self-watering system and a variety of plants, shrubs and trees (including espaliered “Scrumptious” apple tree).

HALL Oak flooring, under stairs cupboard and radiator.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM25'11" x 11'9" (7.9m x 3.58m). Granite worktops, Kohler Insinkerator sink with mixer tap, integrated Miele dishwasher, electric AGA AIMS, integrated tall fridge and undercounter freezer, Panasonic microwave oven, Trevor Toms hand-built cabinets, Limestone flooring, central island with Oak worktop and door to courtyard.
Feature fireplace, Oak flooring, sash window to front with window seat and blind, dado rail and radiator.

LIVING ROOM25'3" x 13'1" (7.7m x 4m). Oak flooring, French doors to courtyard, sash window to front with window seat and blind, dado rail, feature gas fireplace with period marble surround and slate hearth, two integral cupboards and shelving.

DOWNSTAIRS CLOAKROOM Integral coat cupboard, cupboard housing space for washing machine and dryer, limestone flooring, radiator and Imperial hand basin and WC and timber wall panelling.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING Stairs with original banister, radiator and airing cupboard housing Worcester boiler.

BEDROOM 112'10" x 10'9" (3.9m x 3.28m). Sash window with sea view, radiator and twin built-in wardrobes.

EN SUITE Limestone flooring with underfloor heating, Imperial bidet and WC. bath with shower over and limestone tiles. Radiator and towel rail, hand basin vanity unit with marble top and wall mirror.

BEDROOM 212'10" x 12'6" (3.9m x 3.8m). Feature period fireplace with slate hearth, sash window with winter sea view. Radiator.

BEDROOM 312'8" x 12'2" (3.86m x 3.7m). Dual aspect windows, built-in wardrobe and linen cupboard. radiator.

BEDROOM 49'8" x 6'10" (2.95m x 2.08m). Sash window with sea view, radiator and loft access.

BATHROOM Under floor heating, walk in shower with rain head, separate bath, Imperial WC and hand basin, limestone flooring, heated towel rail and half tiled walls.

LOFT Boarded and insulated.

OUTSIDE A courtyard garden with raised patio/terrace with raised beds including espaliered “Scrumptious” apple tree, raised beds to side, outside tap with external watering system.
Hard standing for one car
Right of access over path to communal garden.

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