This Georgian townhouse dates from the late 1700s and is traditionally constructed from antique red brick under a slate roof. Bicton Street is one of the most sought after locations within Exmouths' old town, with walking access to the town centre and beach. Having been painstakingly renovated and modernised over the last two years, this home now offers a timeless blend of period features and contemporary style. Double fronted with spacious accommodation throughout, including four large bedrooms, three reception rooms and a kitchen/breakfast room. A separate freehold garage is to be included in the sale.
Entered via a timber front door under an open-sided, covered vestibule with stained glass features. A small lobby with part glazed door with brass handle leads into the inner hallway. Stripped floorboards throughout. Stairwell to all floors and doors off to all rooms. Original plaster archway and traditional coil sprung doorbell. Convenient under-stairs storage.
14' 3'' x 12' 1'' (4.34m x 3.68m)
Original coving to ceiling. Sash window to front elevation. Chimney breast with slate fireplace and log burner. Alcove cupboards to one side. TV point. Wall-mounted radiator. Stripped wooden flooring.
12' 2'' x 8' 3'' (3.71m x 2.51m)
Wooden sash window to front elevation. Original chimney breast with cast iron fireplace and open grate. Deep alcove storage cupboards either side of chimney. Original picture rail. New carpet on floor.
15' 0'' x 12' 10'' (4.57m x 3.91m)
Large sash window looking out to courtyard. Wall mounted radiator. Fireplace (not in use) inset into chimney breast. Alcoves with storage either side of chimney. Newly tiled floor. Door through to:
13' 8'' x 12' 6'' (4.16m x 3.81m)
Continuous tiled floor from dining room to kitchen. Traditional shaker style wall and base units with solid wooden worktops. Gas range with extractor hood over. Space for fridge and freezer. Space for dishwasher and washing machine. Ceramic Belfast style double sink with mixer tap over. Splash-backs are tiled with contemporary brick pattern in a gloss white finish . Feature chimney breast (not in use) in brick. Sash window to rear aspect. Single glazed wooden door to courtyard. Cupboard housing gas and electric meters.
First Floor Landing
Traditional bannisters and galleried landing, which is newly carpeted. Cupboard housing the new gas combination boiler with storage cupboard over. Tall sash window giving light to staircase. Landing has additional large sash window to the side aspect. Doors lead off to all rooms.
Bedroom 2 ensuite
12' 9'' x 12' 2'' (3.88m x 3.71m)
Spacious and light en-suite double bedroom. Two large sash windows to rear aspect overlooking the courtyard garden. TV point. Obscure glazed window to the rear. Wall-mounted radiator. New carpet. Door leads to private en-suite shower room.
7' 4'' x 5' 4'' (2.23m x 1.62m)
White suite comprising; corner shower unit with wrap around doors and fitted shower in a tiled surround, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash-back, close-coupled WC. Wall-mounted medicine cabinet. Internal window light to landing. Ceiling-mounted extractor. Wall-mounted radiator/heated towel rail.
17' 9'' x 12' 11'' (5.41m x 3.93m)
Double bedroom with sash window to front aspect. Wall-mounted radiator. Fireplace in chimney breast with cast iron surround and tile inserts in a rich blue tone. Alcove storage cupboard to side of chimney breast. Stripped wooden floor.
13' 8'' x 12' 2'' (4.16m x 3.71m)
Double bedroom with two sets of alcove storage cupboards featuring shelving and hanging space. Sash window to front elevation. Stripped wooden floorboards. Wall-mounted radiator.
8' 11'' x 7' 0'' (2.72m x 2.13m)
Featuring double width shower unit with sliding door and fitted shower in a fully tiled surround. Traditionally styled white suite comprising; pedestal wash hand basin, free-standing bath with chromed taps and ball feet. Ceiling mounted extractor. Wall mounted mirrored medicine cabinet. Wood panelling to dado height. Original fireplace (not in use) in cast iron with a slate hearth. Stripped original floorboards.
Accessed from landing. Comprising; WC with traditional elevated cistern, white wash hand basin with single tap. Obscure single glazed window to rear aspect.
Stairs lead up to second floor galleried landing which lends itself to use as a study area or little snug. Window to rear aspect with glimpses over the rooftops of the old the town to the Haldon Hills beyond the Exe estuary. Eaves storage (not boarded). Exposed wooden beams and floorboards. Two doors lead to the bedroom 1 and separate shower room.
19' 0'' x 11' 4'' (5.79m x 3.45m) increasing to 17'1 (5.20m)
Forming the principle space in a superb loft conversion which as a whole provides a suite of rooms comprising large L-shaped double bedroom, landing with space for study area and newly fitted shower room. Featuring a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams as well as an arched double chimney breast in brick and stripped wooden floor boards. Extensive eaves storage either side (not boarded) and shuttered window to rear aspect with glimpses of the Haldon Hills. Wall mounted radiator.
White suite comprising; close-coupled WC. Pedestal wash hand basin with white tiled splashback. Part obscure single glazed window to rear aspect again with glimpses of rooftops over the town to the Haldon Hills over the estuary. Corner shower unit with wrap around doors having electric Mira shower unit over and fully tiled surround in brick pattern. Combination heated towel rail and traditional wall mounted radiator.
To the rear there is an enclosed and private courtyard garden. This can be accessed from the house by the rear vestibule off the hallway, featuring tiled floor and original stained glass window. Access is also available via the back door from the kitchen. The garden is laid to gravel and features raised beds with trellis over for planting. A useful outbuilding of solid construction provides a combination of shed space, outside WC with elevated cistern with white wash hand basin and tiled floor as well as space for a logs/bin store. Access from the street is provided via a covered passageway that links trough to the front of the property and is secured by a timber door.
16' 9'' x 9' 5'' (5.10m x 2.87m)
Lock up garage located in a block near the house, off Fore Street. Brick built with felted flat roof and white up and over door.