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Pennsylvania | Exeter

Guide Price £650,000

Detached | 4
Accommodation Summary

Detached 1930s family home
Sought after residential location close to the city and university
Four bedrooms
Three reception rooms
70ft rear garden
Driveway parking for three cars

Directions

From the city centre proceed along Longbrook Street, go straight over at the mini round-about into Pennsylvania Road. Continue straight through the traffic lights, then take the second right turn into Higher Kings Avenue. The property will be found on the left hand side.

Situation

Higher Kings Avenue is a sought after residential area within Pennsylvania, ideally situated close to the city centre and University of Exeter, and yet quiet and peaceful. The city has a wide range of shopping and leisure facilities, theatres, cinemas and restaurants whilst also offering a variety of private and state schools. St David’s Station provides a direct rail link to London Paddington with Exeter Airport also offering national and international destinations.

Description

Attractive stained glass and wooden door with porch opens to a welcoming entrance hall with period style timbers, including a turning staircase to the first floor and attractive panelling, wood flooring with matt well, radiator and double glazed window to side.

The sitting room is a generous size and enjoys a dual aspect with double glazed windows to side and front, giving pleasant outlook. There is an attractive fireplace with log effect burner, green marble surround and hearth with feature mantelpiece and main light fitting. The room benefits from wood flooring and a picture rail, radiator and television point. Next to the sitting room is the separate dining room, again enjoying a dual aspect with double glazed bay window to the front and side aspect. There is a minster-style marble fireplace with electric fire, and again wood flooring, picture rail and radiator.

Next, the kitchen/breakfast room is a generous size, with two double glazed windows to side and tiled flooring. The kitchen includes an extensive range of floor and wall mounted cupboard and drawer units, with wide work surface, tiled splashback, corner display shelving, four ring electric hob with double oven beneath, and extractor hood with light over. There is an understairs recess for a fridge/freezer and space and plumbing for washing machine plus integrated dishwasher. There is a door to the rear lobby with Vaillant boiler.

Downstairs there is also a double bedroom/homework office enjoying a dual aspect, with double glazed windows overlooking the garden to rear and side, and wood flooring with wall to wall book shelving. This room also benefits from an en suite with disabled door access, with modern suite comprising tiled shower cubicle with electric shower, wash hand basin with mono tap, and low-level WC. There is an obscure double glazed window for natural light and spotlighting with an extractor.

From the kitchen there is also a conservatory (including radiator) with views over the rear garden and double glazed windows to the rear and side, with double glazed door to garden.
From the entrance the stairs rise to the first floor landing with double glazed feature window overlooking the rear garden. There is access to loft space which is understood to be a generous space with standing room height. This area is ideal for a loft conversion subject to usual planning permissions.

The main bedroom is a generous double bedroom with double glazed window to the front with a pleasant outlook across the city to hills beyond, and a further double glazed window to side. The room has a picture rail and wood flooring. The second bedroom is again a double with double glazed windows to front and fitted wardrobes with hanging rails and shelving and wood flooring. This room has the benefit of an en suite with low-level WC, wash hand basin with mono tap and cupboards beneath plus a tiled shower cubicle with Triton shower. The bathroom benefits from two double glazed windows for natural light. The third bedroom is at the rear of the house, again a double bedroom with double glazed windows overlooking the garden and to the side aspect. This room has wall to wall bookcases and a picture rail. Currently carpeted, this rom has floorboards similar to those of the other bedrooms. Completing the first floor is a modern family bathroom, comprising panelled bath with showerhead and glass screen, wash hand basin with mono tap and cupboards beneath and a low-level WC. The bathroom has an obscured glazed window for natural light and airing cupboard with slatted shelving.

The house is approached by a private drive with off-road parking for three cars which in turn leads to a detached garage with up and over door. The mature front garden mainly consisting of small trees and shrubs with a pathway and gate giving access to the rear of the property. The rear garden measures approximately 70 ft and has a reasonable degree of privacy, mainly laid to lawn with a shrub and tree border, including fig and mature apple trees. The end of the garden has a waist-high brick wall, planted with bushes.

SUMMARY

In a HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER location is this light, spacious detached house WITH STUNNING VIEWS. Less than a mile from Exeter City Centre and University. In need of updating with potential for loft conversion. 70ft rear garden driveway and GARAGE. Available for immediate move with NO ONWARD CHAIN.... Read more

Accommodation Summary

Detached 1930s family home
Sought after residential location close to the city and university
Four bedrooms
Three reception rooms
70ft rear garden
Driveway parking for three cars

Directions

From the city centre proceed along Longbrook Street, go straight over at the mini round-about into Pennsylvania Road. Continue straight through the traffic lights, then take the second right turn into Higher Kings Avenue. The property will be found on the left hand side.

Situation

Higher Kings Avenue is a sought after residential area within Pennsylvania, ideally situated close to the city centre and University of Exeter, and yet quiet and peaceful. The city has a wide range of shopping and leisure facilities, theatres, cinemas and restaurants whilst also offering a variety of private and state schools. St David’s Station provides a direct rail link to London Paddington with Exeter Airport also offering national and international destinations.

Description

Attractive stained glass and wooden door with porch opens to a welcoming entrance hall with period style timbers, including a turning staircase to the first floor and attractive panelling, wood flooring with matt well, radiator and double glazed window to side.

The sitting room is a generous size and enjoys a dual aspect with double glazed windows to side and front, giving pleasant outlook. There is an attractive fireplace with log effect burner, green marble surround and hearth with feature mantelpiece and main light fitting. The room benefits from wood flooring and a picture rail, radiator and television point. Next to the sitting room is the separate dining room, again enjoying a dual aspect with double glazed bay window to the front and side aspect. There is a minster-style marble fireplace with electric fire, and again wood flooring, picture rail and radiator.

Next, the kitchen/breakfast room is a generous size, with two double glazed windows to side and tiled flooring. The kitchen includes an extensive range of floor and wall mounted cupboard and drawer units, with wide work surface, tiled splashback, corner display shelving, four ring electric hob with double oven beneath, and extractor hood with light over. There is an understairs recess for a fridge/freezer and space and plumbing for washing machine plus integrated dishwasher. There is a door to the rear lobby with Vaillant boiler.

Downstairs there is also a double bedroom/homework office enjoying a dual aspect, with double glazed windows overlooking the garden to rear and side, and wood flooring with wall to wall book shelving. This room also benefits from an en suite with disabled door access, with modern suite comprising tiled shower cubicle with electric shower, wash hand basin with mono tap, and low-level WC. There is an obscure double glazed window for natural light and spotlighting with an extractor.

From the kitchen there is also a conservatory (including radiator) with views over the rear garden and double glazed windows to the rear and side, with double glazed door to garden.
From the entrance the stairs rise to the first floor landing with double glazed feature window overlooking the rear garden. There is access to loft space which is understood to be a generous space with standing room height. This area is ideal for a loft conversion subject to usual planning permissions.

The main bedroom is a generous double bedroom with double glazed window to the front with a pleasant outlook across the city to hills beyond, and a further double glazed window to side. The room has a picture rail and wood flooring. The second bedroom is again a double with double glazed windows to front and fitted wardrobes with hanging rails and shelving and wood flooring. This room has the benefit of an en suite with low-level WC, wash hand basin with mono tap and cupboards beneath plus a tiled shower cubicle with Triton shower. The bathroom benefits from two double glazed windows for natural light. The third bedroom is at the rear of the house, again a double bedroom with double glazed windows overlooking the garden and to the side aspect. This room has wall to wall bookcases and a picture rail. Currently carpeted, this rom has floorboards similar to those of the other bedrooms. Completing the first floor is a modern family bathroom, comprising panelled bath with showerhead and glass screen, wash hand basin with mono tap and cupboards beneath and a low-level WC. The bathroom has an obscured glazed window for natural light and airing cupboard with slatted shelving.

The house is approached by a private drive with off-road parking for three cars which in turn leads to a detached garage with up and over door. The mature front garden mainly consisting of small trees and shrubs with a pathway and gate giving access to the rear of the property. The rear garden measures approximately 70 ft and has a reasonable degree of privacy, mainly laid to lawn with a shrub and tree border, including fig and mature apple trees. The end of the garden has a waist-high brick wall, planted with bushes.

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