This three bedroom semi-detached house is conveniently situated within a popular residential area. Nearby, there are local amenities within Sidford, as well as regular bus services to the surrounding area and also an entrance into The Byes, a delightful riverside walk and cycle track leading to Sidmouth town centre.
This house offers well-presented accommodation arranged over two floors and benefits from having gas fired central heating and the windows have been replaced with uPVC double-glazed units, which includes sliding patio doors from the lounge/dining room leading into the rear garden. The kitchen is attractively fitted and has a built-in oven, hob and cooker hood and adjoining this is a conservatory/breakfast room. To the first floor there are three good size bedrooms and a spacious family bathroom.
The garden is attractively presented, the rear enjoying a westerly aspect, and adjoining the front of the house is a driveway providing parking and giving access to a single garage.
From the front elevation the house enjoys, particularly from the first floor, lovely views across the valley to Salcombe and Trow Hill.
From the Sidmouth office proceed up the High Street and straight over the mini- roundabout, passing the Radway Cinema on the left hand side. Continue along this road, passing the shops in Temple Street and at Exeter Cross follow the road around to the right, signposted Sidbury and Honiton. Within half a mile pass Jubilee Gardens on the right hand side, take the next turning right into Drakes Avenue and right again into Fleming Avenue. Follow the road, taking the first right into a small cul-de-sac, where the house will be seen on the right hand side.
The accommodation with approximate dimensions comprises:
uPVC double glazed front door with leaded light decorative panel to the:
3.3m plus deep recess narrowing to 2.7m x 7.05m. (10’ plus recess narrowing to 9’ x 23’) Dual aspect, with a picture window to the front aspect and views towards Salcombe Hill. Sliding patio doors to rear garden. Coved ceiling. Two radiators. TV point. Timber fire surround with marble effect hearth, back panel and fitted electric fire. Good size under stairs coat/storage cupboard. Turning staircase to the first floor.
3.0m x 2.35m (10’ x 7’) Attractively fitted comprising matching base and wall units with colour co-ordinated work surfaces and tiled splashbacks. Inset stainless steel one and a quarter bowl sink with mixer tap. Built-in electric double oven with inset gas hob above and cooker head over. Space for fridge/freezer. Space and plumbing for washing machine and slimline dishwasher. Inset ceiling spotlights. Tiled floor. Outlook to the rear garden. uPVC double-glazed door to the:
1.55m x 4.6m (5’ x 15’) uPVC double-glazed. Tiled floor with underfloor heating. Wall light. Double-glazed door leading into the rear garden.
Coved ceiling. Window. Access to the roof space.
3.3m x 3.55m (10’ x 11’) Picture window enjoying panoramic views over the valley towards Salcombe and Trow Hill. Coved ceiling. Radiator.
3.3m x 3.35m (10’ x10’) Outlook to the rear aspect. Coved ceiling. Radiator.
2.45m x 2.55m (8’x 8’) Similar outlook to bedroom one. Coved ceiling. Radiator. Fitted shelving.
2.45m x 2.35m (8’ x7’) White suite comprising a panelled bath, low level WC and pedestal wash basin. Shower control and rose over the bath, shower rail and curtain. Range of fitted vanity cupboards and drawers. Fully tiled walls. Heated ladder towel rail. Mirror fronted medicine cabinet. Extractor fan and inset ceiling spotlights.
OUTSIDE AND GARDEN
There are attractive gardens to both the front and rear. The front garden enjoys an easterly aspect and is mainly laid to lawn with inset shrubs and a gravelled area adjoining the front of the house.
A driveway provides parking and gives access to a:
2.45m x 5.05m (8’ x 16’) Up and over door. Light and power. Electric consumer board and wall mounted gas fired boiler for hot water and central heating.
A timber gate gives access to the side of the property which is paved and leads to the rear garden. The rear garden enjoys a westerly aspect, is mainly paved with adjoining borders containing numerous ornamental shrubs and has a paved pathway adjoining the rear of the house.
Vacant possession on completion.
We are advised by East Devon District Council that the council tax band for this property is band C.