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Accommodation Summary

Modern kitchen and bi-fold door out to the garden
Sitting room with gas fire stove
Two double bedrooms
Garage in a separate block with pedestrian door from the garden
Delightful South-facing garden with large shed
Central village location

Directions

From Topsham head out of town on Station Road and cross the level crossing. At the mini roundabout, take the second exit. Follow the road past Darts Farm and at the next mini roundabout, take the second exit onto the A376, signed for Exmouth. Pass through the villages of Ebford and Exton and take the next right hand turn, after Lympstone Commando base. Follow this road into the village and at the bottom of Burgmanns Hill, turn right. Continue under the railway bridge, past the Swan pub and the house is found on the left hand side, just after the turning into Chapel Road.

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 are a GP surgery, two churches, four public houses, two cafes, a hairdressers and a 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 River Exe is a recent addition to Lympstone’s many attractions.

Description

Located in the heart of the village is this delightful 2 bedroom cottage, forming part of the old village bakery that was converted into three houses several years ago. Benefitting from a south-facing garden and a garage in an adjoining block, the cottage has been updated and modernised by the current owners to a high standard throughout to make a lovely home, or ideal holiday property. On the ground floor is a separate cloakroom, a spacious sitting room with gas fire stove, and a modern kitchen with bi-fold door out to the garden. Upstairs are two double bedrooms and shower room. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a pretty cottage with a garage in this part of the village.

ENTRANCE A solid wood door opens in to an entrance hall.

HALL Wood flooring, door to sitting room and door to WC.

WC Low level WC, hand wash basin and radiator.

SITTING ROOM16'6" x 10'10" (5.03m x 3.3m). Double glazed sash style window to front, gas fired stove, wood flooring, stairs to first floor and alcove shelving. Door to kitchen.

KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM13'6" x 8'4" (4.11m x 2.54m). Fitted with a range of wood-fronted base, wall and drawer units with cupboards under. Fitted dishwasher and fridge, 5 ring range-style cooker, microwave oven and cupboard housing boiler.

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING

BEDROOM 114' x 8'3" (4.27m x 2.51m). Two uPVC windows to rear.

BEDROOM 215'2" x 9'11" (4.62m x 3.02m). Double glazed sash style window to front, corner desk.

SHOWER ROOM Corner shower cubicle, low level WC, hand wash basin, large storage cupboard and heated towel rail. Hatch to loft.

GARDEN To the rear is a delightful courtyard garden with southerly elevation, fully enclosed by a timber fence. A door leads directly into the rear of the garage and there is a very useful storage shed for bikes etc.

GARAGE17' x 8'7" (5.18m x 2.62m). AGENT'S NOTE: The Vendors advise that they have the indemnified right to use the garage to store one taxed and roadworthy private vehicle in perpetuity, but not legal ownership. Please ask the Agents for further information and copy Land Registry documentation.

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