Guide Price £475,000Request a viewing
Direct access into the water from the garden
Stunning views across the Exe estuary
No onward chain
Potential for updating and improvement
Head towards Exmouth along the A376 and follow the road until reaching the roundabout by the train station and go straight over. At the next roundabout go straight over again and on passing Exmouth Rugby ground, take the next turning on the right into Camperdown Terrace. The house is along on the right hand side.
Ideally situated at the mouth of the River Exe, Exmouth is surrounded by the beautiful Devon countryside, yet is only 12 miles by road or rail from the Cathedral city of Exeter, with its Intercity railway station, airport, connection to the M5 motorway and all major shops and facilities. The town of Exmouth boasts over 3 miles of golden sands and a huge estuary and is well placed to take advantage of the numerous recreational facilities to be found by the Exe estuary and East Devon coastline, including the excellent facilities of Woodbury Park Golf and Country Club. A range of other amenities, including boating, sailing, water ski-ing, walking, a modern sports centre, swimming pool and marina are all available.
Situated close to the beach, town centre and Marina, Camperdown Terrace is a considered a special place to live and houses in the road rarely come onto the market. This particular property is on the market for the first time in many years and has a fantastic garden with direct access from the bottom into the river via a set of steps. The views from the garden and main house are stunning and it is possible to see almost the length of the estuary as far as Exeter and across to Starcross. The house would benefit from some updating and offers huge potential with spacious adaptable accommodation. On the ground floor are two reception rooms, a large kitchen/breakfast room, downstairs cloakroom and a workshop. The first floor has 3 bedrooms and a bathroom with the rear bedroom enjoying stunning views from a Juliet balcony of the estuary. The garden is split into two sections, divided by a path running the length of the terrace. The first section is a courtyard garden, with the second section being much bigger and including a detached building that has been used as a music studio, but could be a home office.
|ENTRANCE|| From the street a door opens into an entrance vestibule with a second door opening into the hall.|
|HALL|| Stairs to first floor, door to under stairs cupboard, doors to|
|SITTING ROOM||13'7" x 13'5" (4.14m x 4.1m). Double glazed bay window to front, attractive open fireplace with period tiled surround, feature coving and picture rail.|
|DINING ROOM||11'7" x 10'9" (3.53m x 3.28m). Double glazed window into work shop, period open fireplace with attractive tiled surround.|
|KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM||18'6" x 9'11" (5.64m x 3.02m). Fitted with a range of base, wall and drawer units with a sink and drainer unit and space for a washing machine and freestanding electric cooker. Door to larder, door to garden and door to WC|
|CONSERVATORY||15'3" x 6'11" (4.65m x 2.1m). With door to garden.|
|WC|| Fitted with a low level WC, hand wash basin, gas boiler and window to rear.|
|FIRST FLOOR LANDING|| With door to|
|BEDROOM ONE||16'10" x 13'5" (5.13m x 4.1m). Double glazed bay window to front, feature open fireplace with tiled surround and wooden mantle.|
|BEDROOM TWO||11'7" x 10'9" (3.53m x 3.28m). Closed up fireplace with wooden mantle double glazed window to rear with beautiful views of the estuary|
|BEDROOM THREE||18' x 9'11" (5.49m x 3.02m). Double glazed French doors with Juliet balcony and double glazed windows with beautiful views across the whole of the estuary as far south as Exeter and across to Starcross. Period feature fireplace with tiled surround.|
|BATHROOM|| Fitted with a low-level WC, pedestal hand wash basin and corner shower.|
|OUTSIDE|| The gardens to the house are split into two sections divided by a communal path running the length of Camperdown Terrace. The first area of garden is a courtyard with a gate leading across the path and a door into a workshop with power. The second area of garden is a real gem, leading to the water with amazing views of the estuary and a gate with steps giving access into the estuary down into the water.|
|WORKSHOP||12'10" x 6'1" (3.91m x 1.85m). A detached music studio divided into 3 rooms, that could be used as a work shop or office.|
|AGENTS NOTE:|| In between the upper and lower rear garden a footpath intersects the two providing a right of access to the neighbouring properties.|