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Accommodation Summary

Central village location
Immaculately presented throughout
Modern bathroom & kitchen
Attractive semi-rural aspect to the rear
Garden front and rear
Garage & driveway

Directions

From Exeter and Topsham, head towards Exmouth along the A376. On passing Exton and Lympstone Commando take the next turning on the right signed Lympstone. Follow this road into the centre of the village, continue down Burgmanns Hill and at the T-junction turn right. Pass under the rail bridge and opposite Susannah’s Tea Room. Turn left again, go under the rail bridge and then right into Underhill Crescent and follow to end of the cul-de-sac.

Situation

In the sought-after estuary village of Lympstone which offers ease of access to both the seaside town of Exmouth and the Cathedral City of Exeter. Lympstone boasts a fascinating past and an exciting present and future. It grew from an ancient settlement on the eastern shores of the Exe estuary, building its reputation on maritime trade and agriculture and it still retains its links with the past, with local firm Inghams Fisheries selling their catch in the riverside Fish Shed and organising special fish-based events. The village has a well-established local Primary school in the middle of the village, with St Peter’s independent school on its outskirts. There is a well-regarded doctor’s surgery, two churches, four pubs, one cafe, a hairdressers and a village shop with extended opening hours. A Michelin star restaurant and boutique hotel is a near neighbour. Lympstone supports a wide selection of clubs and societies: sailing and tennis clubs, an active gardening club, film society and other societies bringing live music and drama to the village and fostering home-grown talent. The half-hourly Avocet line train service, with its beautiful views across the River Exe, links the village with Exeter’s two main stations: Exeter St David’s with its fast train service to London Paddington and Exeter Central with its service to Waterloo. Exeter Central station is at the heart of Exeter’s lively shopping centre. The M5 at Junction 30 is just 8 miles away. The Exe Estuary Trail; 26 miles of cycleway along both sides of the Rive Exe, is a much-enjoyed addition to Lympstone’s many attractions.

Description

Located in the centre of this ever popular estuary village, a modern three bedroom link-detached house presented in excellent condition throughout, with a driveway and single garage. Underhill Crescent is a quiet no-through road, a short walk to the shops, amenities and village train station. Situated in the corner of the Crescent, semi-rural outlook and from the lane leads to numerous footpaths in the village leading to fields and the Old Mill - ideal for dog walks. The house benefits from full double glazing and gas central heating with the accommodation including an open plan sitting / dining room, downstairs cloakroom (with plumbing for washing machine) and modern kitchen / breakfast room. On the first floor is a fully tiled, attractive bathroom suite and three double bedrooms. To the rear is a garden with a patio area, grass, decking and flowerbeds. There is an attached garage and driveway providing parking for 2 or 3 cars.

GROUND FLOOR

ENTRANCE From the driveway, a UPVC door with decorative panels opens into the...

HALL Stairs to first floor, door to understairs cupboard, radiator and doors to...

L-SHAPED LOUNGE / DINER22'1" (max) x 18'5" (6.73m (max) x 5.61m). Woodburner sitting on slate hearth. Two double glazed windows to front and window to side. Two radiators and door to hallway.

CLOAKROOM Low level WC. Wash hand basin. Worktop with space and plumbing for washing machine under. Double glazed window to rear.

KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM18'8" x 8'6" (5.7m x 2.6m). Fitted with a white fronted range of base, wall and drawer units with inset stainless steel one and a half bowl sink and drainer. Granite effect worktop over. Space for free-standing electric cooker. Space for fridge freezer. Radiator, tiled flooring, two double glazed windows and door to the garden. Door to cloakroom.

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING Hatch to roof space. Doors to...

BEDROOM 114'1" x 10'10" (4.3m x 3.3m). Large double glazed window to the front and window to side. Radiator.

BEDROOM 210'9" (3.28m) (max) x 10'3" (3.12m) (max). Large double glazed window to the front. Radiator.

BEDROOM 312'2" x 8'7" (3.7m x 2.62m). Double glazed window to the rear overlooking the garden. Radiator.

BATHROOM An attractive modern suite fitted with WC, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath with shower over and glazed screen. Heated towel rail, obscure double glazed window to the rear, radiator and door to large airing cupboard with gas boiler.

OUTSIDE

GARAGE18'2" x 8'6" (5.54m x 2.6m). Metal up and over door, window to the rear, door to garden, power and light.

GARDENS To the front of the house is a lawned garden. A driveway slopes downwards along the side of the garden and provides parking for two or three cars, leading to the single garage.
To the rear, the garden has been landscaped with a paved patio, lawn and flower beds and decking. There is a useful shed for storage. A side gate gives access to a footpath; leading to picturesque walks and the village centre.

Property info

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