This three bedroom semi-detached house occupies a level and convenient situation within Sidford and is within walking distance of local amenities and bus services. Also nearby is the entrance into ‘The Byes’, a delightful riverside walk and cycle track leading to Sidmouth town centre.
The house offers well-presented accommodation arranged over two floors and benefits from having gas fired central heating and uPVC double glazed windows, which includes a bay window to the sitting room and master bedroom.
To the outside there are attractive gardens, the rear garden being of a reasonable size. There is also a single garage and an adjoining driveway allowing ample parking.
From the Sidmouth office proceed up the High Street and straight over the mini-roundabout. Continue for approximately a mile, passing the Police Station and shops at Temple Street and at Exeter Cross follow the road around to the right, signposted Sidbury and Honiton. Continue for approximately a further half a mile, passing Malden Road and Jubilee Gardens on the right hand side and take the next turning on the right, which is Drakes Avenue. Continue down Drakes Avenue, pass South Lawn on the left hand side and the house will then be seen a little way along on the left hand side.
The accommodation with approximate dimensions comprises:
With uPVC double glazed front door and side screens to an:
Radiator. BT point. Central heating programmer. Understairs storage cupboards, one containing wall mounted gas fired boiler for hot water and central heating.
3.8m x 4.15m into bay window (12’6” x 13’6”) Southerly aspect. Radiator. TV point. Stone fireplace with timber mantel and side shelving to alcoves. Gas fire (disconnected).
3.2m x 3.4m (10’6” x 11’3”) Picture rail. Radiator. TV point. Double glazed sliding patio door to a:
2.6m x 2.25m (8’9” x 7’3”) Timber panelled walls. Polycarbonate roof. Radiator. uPVC double glazed back door.
2.35m x 4.8m (max measurements) (7’6” x 15’9”) Range of matching base and wall units with colour co-ordinated worksurfaces incorporating a breakfast table. Tiled splashbacks. Inset one and a quarter bowl sink with mixer tap. Space for electric cooker and fridge/freezer. Space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. Radiator. Outlook to the rear garden. Half glazed door to the sun room.
From the entrance hall stairs rise to the:
Airing cupboard. Window to the side aspect. Access to the roof space via a sliding ladder.
3.25m to rear of wardrobe (max measurements) x 4.3m into bay window (10’6” x 14’) Southerly aspect, with a bay window. Radiator. BT point. Built in wardrobes with cupboards above and fitted shelving.
3.2m to rear of wardrobe x 3.45m (max measurements) (10’6” x 11’3”) Outlook to the rear aspect. Radiator. TV point. Two wall lights. Built in wardrobe with cupboard above. Further fitted cupboard and drawer unit.
2.35m x 2.4m (7’9” x 8’) Outlook to the front aspect. Radiator. Fitted shelving.
Suite comprising a panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal wash basin and low level WC. Electric shower over the bath and glazed shower screen. Radiator. Fully tiled walls. Shaver socket. Medicine cabinet.
OUTSIDE AND GARDEN
The front garden is mainly paved, with inset shrubs and there is a low brick wall to the road frontage. A driveway provides ample parking and gives access to a:
2.6m x 5.35m (8’9” x 17’3”) With an up and over door and power point.
The rear garden is of a good size and is almost level, with an area of lawn and a gravelled area adjoining the rear of the house. TIMBER GARDEN SHED with power point. Brick built barbecue. Outside light. Water tap.
Vacant possession on completion.
We are advised by East Devon District Council that the council tax band for this property is band D.