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Tedburn St. Mary | Exeter

Guide Price £225,000

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Accommodation Summary

Adorable Characterful Cottage
Picturesque Village Location
Open Plan Living Space
One Bedroom
Driveway Parking
Lawned Garden
Ideal Investment or Second Home

Directions

From Exeter city centre head out of the city on the A377 through Alphington, pass Sainsburys on your left and upon reaching the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto the sliproad and merge onto the A30. After approx 5 miles, take a right turn signposted Tedburn St Mary. At the roundabout take the 1st exit and after approx 1 mile turn right onto Church Hill. Continue along this lane for approx 250 yds before taking a left turn signposted Parish Church. After approx 100 yds the property will be found on the right hand side next to St Marys Church.

Situation

Marys Cottage is just off the main road of Tedburn St Mary which provides local amenities including an excellent Primary school, village stores, public houses, village hall and a recreational field with football and cricket clubs. The village holds an annual fair and was voted National Village of the Year in 2001. The Fingle Glen Golf and Country Club is on the door-step. Six miles to the East is Exeter, which provides a number of excellent private and state schools at all levels, together with a red brick University and College.

Description

Former successful holiday let within the picturesque village of Tedburn St Mary. Beautifully presented throughout and retaining a number of character features to include exposed stonework and wood floors, this Grade II Listed former school house is believed to date back to the 1650’s and has been sympathetically renovated to a high standard. Offering an open plan living space, one double bedroom and modern shower room. Externally the property offers a level lawned garden and driveway parking. A great investment or second home.

ACCOMMODATION COMPRISING: Door to…

KITCHEN/SITTING ROOM23' (7m) x 8'7" (2.62m) (23' (7m) x 8'7" (2.62m)). Open plan living space. The kitchen area comprises a range of base and wall mounted units with solid wood beach work surfaces over. Inset 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap. Tiled splash backs. Built-in Bosch double oven and electric hob with extractor hood over. Built-in washing machine and fridge. Three windows to the side with deep wooden sills. Original deep planks with underfloor heating. Multiple power points. TV point and phone point (not connected). Stairs down to...

MASTER BEDROOM8' x 8'7" (2.44m x 2.62m). Fully tiled Travertine floor. Window to side aspect. Stable door to outside. Separate door to under stairs cupboard housing electric boiler (as well as the water tank, with immersion heater). Underfloor heating. Door to...

BATHROOM4'8" x 7'1" (1.42m x 2.16m). Fully tiled in Travertine tiles. Modern white suite comprising shower cubicle, low level WC and wash hand basin set in to vanity unit. Ladder style radiator. Extractor fan.

OUTSIDE The level garden is raised to the side of the property. Laid to lawn with well-established raised beds along one side. At the end of the garden is a paved parking space.

SERVICES Mains electric and water supply. LPG Gas. Private drainage – The vendor advises the septic tank is a standard Klargester with a soakaway. It is buried under the lawn and requires emptying at a cost of around £210.00; frequency depends on how much water is flushed or used. There is a manhole from which it is emptied on the lawn as well as a flashing light warning device for when it gets towards full.

PLANNING The vendor advises the building was converted into a residential dwelling in approx. 2005 with all relevant planning and building regulations in place.

AGENTS NOTE The vendor advises the land has the benefit of pedestrian and vehicular right of way over the land shown tinted brown on the title plan (see photo) for the purpose of access to and from the property. The vendor advises wayleave is payable annually by Western Power to the owner of the property for the telegraph/electric poles located just outside the railings surrounding garden.

SUMMARY

An adorable DETACHED Grade II Listed CHARACTERFUL COTTAGE within the picturesque village of Tedburn St Mary. Open plan living, DRIVEWAY PARKING and lawned GARDEN. Ideal INVESTMENT or second home – not to be missed!... Read more

Accommodation Summary

Adorable Characterful Cottage
Picturesque Village Location
Open Plan Living Space
One Bedroom
Driveway Parking
Lawned Garden
Ideal Investment or Second Home

Directions

From Exeter city centre head out of the city on the A377 through Alphington, pass Sainsburys on your left and upon reaching the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto the sliproad and merge onto the A30. After approx 5 miles, take a right turn signposted Tedburn St Mary. At the roundabout take the 1st exit and after approx 1 mile turn right onto Church Hill. Continue along this lane for approx 250 yds before taking a left turn signposted Parish Church. After approx 100 yds the property will be found on the right hand side next to St Marys Church.

Situation

Marys Cottage is just off the main road of Tedburn St Mary which provides local amenities including an excellent Primary school, village stores, public houses, village hall and a recreational field with football and cricket clubs. The village holds an annual fair and was voted National Village of the Year in 2001. The Fingle Glen Golf and Country Club is on the door-step. Six miles to the East is Exeter, which provides a number of excellent private and state schools at all levels, together with a red brick University and College.

Description

Former successful holiday let within the picturesque village of Tedburn St Mary. Beautifully presented throughout and retaining a number of character features to include exposed stonework and wood floors, this Grade II Listed former school house is believed to date back to the 1650’s and has been sympathetically renovated to a high standard. Offering an open plan living space, one double bedroom and modern shower room. Externally the property offers a level lawned garden and driveway parking. A great investment or second home.

ACCOMMODATION COMPRISING: Door to…

KITCHEN/SITTING ROOM23' (7m) x 8'7" (2.62m) (23' (7m) x 8'7" (2.62m)). Open plan living space. The kitchen area comprises a range of base and wall mounted units with solid wood beach work surfaces over. Inset 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap. Tiled splash backs. Built-in Bosch double oven and electric hob with extractor hood over. Built-in washing machine and fridge. Three windows to the side with deep wooden sills. Original deep planks with underfloor heating. Multiple power points. TV point and phone point (not connected). Stairs down to...

MASTER BEDROOM8' x 8'7" (2.44m x 2.62m). Fully tiled Travertine floor. Window to side aspect. Stable door to outside. Separate door to under stairs cupboard housing electric boiler (as well as the water tank, with immersion heater). Underfloor heating. Door to...

BATHROOM4'8" x 7'1" (1.42m x 2.16m). Fully tiled in Travertine tiles. Modern white suite comprising shower cubicle, low level WC and wash hand basin set in to vanity unit. Ladder style radiator. Extractor fan.

OUTSIDE The level garden is raised to the side of the property. Laid to lawn with well-established raised beds along one side. At the end of the garden is a paved parking space.

SERVICES Mains electric and water supply. LPG Gas. Private drainage – The vendor advises the septic tank is a standard Klargester with a soakaway. It is buried under the lawn and requires emptying at a cost of around £210.00; frequency depends on how much water is flushed or used. There is a manhole from which it is emptied on the lawn as well as a flashing light warning device for when it gets towards full.

PLANNING The vendor advises the building was converted into a residential dwelling in approx. 2005 with all relevant planning and building regulations in place.

AGENTS NOTE The vendor advises the land has the benefit of pedestrian and vehicular right of way over the land shown tinted brown on the title plan (see photo) for the purpose of access to and from the property. The vendor advises wayleave is payable annually by Western Power to the owner of the property for the telegraph/electric poles located just outside the railings surrounding garden.

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