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Lympstone | Exmouth

Guide Price £650,000

Terraced | 5

Sold STC

Accommodation Summary

Delightful South-facing garden
Fantastic terrace overlooking the garden
Spacious, open-plan kitchen/dining room
Master bedroom (en-suite) overlooking the garden
Central village location close to the station and amenities
No onward chain

Directions

From Exeter and Topsham, head towards Exmouth along the A376, passing through the villages of Ebford and Exton. Continue past Lympstone Commando and take the next turning on the right onto Nutwell Road. Continue along the road through the S-Bend on down Burgmanns Hill. At the bottom, turn left and the house is found a short way along on the right hand side after the Redwing Pub, just before you reach the church.

Situation

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 GP surgery, two churches, four public houses, a cafe, a hairdressers and a well-stocked convenience store with extended opening hours. The multi-award-winning Darts Farm, a destination store selling local Westcountry food, drink and lifestyle products, is a ten minute drive away. Lympstone supports a wide selection of clubs and societies, including lively 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 recent addition to Lympstone’s many attractions.

Description

Coming soon!

Please note the postcode used for this listing is not the correct postcode for the property.

Please contact WG & Co for a set of the particulars and a link to the video tour.

A lovely family home with accommodation arranged over three floors and retaining a number of period features. The ground floor has two reception rooms at the front and the kitchen, which runs the full width of the house, has been opened up to create a great family space incorporating a snug with woodburner. On the first floor are 3 double bedrooms (one en-suite) and a bathroom and on the top floor; two double bedrooms (one small and one very large) and a study.
Of special note is the garden, which runs South from the property and is a good size. As well as an elegant veranda and terrace overlooking the garden, there is a good size lawn and herbaceous borders.

SUMMARY

A splendid Grade II Listed house, a SHORT WALK from the VILLAGE centre and TRAIN STATION. FABULOUS SOUTH-FACING GARDEN and spacious accommodation including a lovely OPEN-PLAN KITCHEN/DINING ROOM, 5 bedrooms and a study. NO ONWARD CHAIN - NO PARKING.... Read more

Accommodation Summary

Delightful South-facing garden
Fantastic terrace overlooking the garden
Spacious, open-plan kitchen/dining room
Master bedroom (en-suite) overlooking the garden
Central village location close to the station and amenities
No onward chain

Directions

From Exeter and Topsham, head towards Exmouth along the A376, passing through the villages of Ebford and Exton. Continue past Lympstone Commando and take the next turning on the right onto Nutwell Road. Continue along the road through the S-Bend on down Burgmanns Hill. At the bottom, turn left and the house is found a short way along on the right hand side after the Redwing Pub, just before you reach the church.

Situation

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 GP surgery, two churches, four public houses, a cafe, a hairdressers and a well-stocked convenience store with extended opening hours. The multi-award-winning Darts Farm, a destination store selling local Westcountry food, drink and lifestyle products, is a ten minute drive away. Lympstone supports a wide selection of clubs and societies, including lively 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 recent addition to Lympstone’s many attractions.

Description

Coming soon!

Please note the postcode used for this listing is not the correct postcode for the property.

Please contact WG & Co for a set of the particulars and a link to the video tour.

A lovely family home with accommodation arranged over three floors and retaining a number of period features. The ground floor has two reception rooms at the front and the kitchen, which runs the full width of the house, has been opened up to create a great family space incorporating a snug with woodburner. On the first floor are 3 double bedrooms (one en-suite) and a bathroom and on the top floor; two double bedrooms (one small and one very large) and a study.
Of special note is the garden, which runs South from the property and is a good size. As well as an elegant veranda and terrace overlooking the garden, there is a good size lawn and herbaceous borders.

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