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*Best and Final Offers to be placed by Friday 26th June 12pm*. Dating back to 1935, this charming detached 3 bedroom, 3 reception, dormer bungalow is set in beautifully presented private grounds in a tucked-away backwater location, close to the centre of the seaside town of Exmouth. Aside from the spacious dwelling, there are several sheds and outbuildings which include a garage, a car / caravan port, two workshops / studios, a tool shed and a further potting shed, offering the potential to create further accommodation or working space. Located close to local shops, schools and other amenities, the property enjoys good access to bus routes and Exmouth railway station.
Internally, the accommodation briefly comprises a breakfast kitchen with a walk-in larder, a lounge, dining room, a good-sized conservatory, three bedrooms (one with en-suite) and a family bathroom. Outside, this extensive plot includes a driveway with parking for several cars and beautifully tended mature gardens, which include an orchard area.
Over the last 8 years, the property has benefitted from many upgrades, including solar heating, photovoltaic solar panels with a Power Vault storage unit, and a high efficiency Viessmann boiler.
In order to fully appreciate the potential of this property, viewing is essential.full description
Hall and Entrance Hall
A modern double-glazed front door opens into the entrance hall, which has a space for hanging coats, and a picture rail. A further door opens into the main hallway, where there are doors to the lounge, dining room, the breakfast kitchen, 2 of the bedrooms and the bathroom. Stairs lead to the first floor.
Kitchen (14' 7'' x 10' 9'' max (4.47m x 3.299m))
This light room has two windows to the rear aspect and comprises a range of matching base and wall units, as well as a walk-in pantry and a high-efficiency Viessmann boiler. Space is provided for a kitchen table, a freestanding oven, a washing machine, a dishwasher, a fridge and a freezer. There is also a radiator and tiled walls.
Dining Room (14' 6'' x 12' 0'' (4.43m x 3.68m))
The dining room has a homely feel to it, with a fireplace, two windows looking out to the garden, and a further window and door to the conservatory.
Conservatory (14' 6'' x 9' 6'' (4.42m x 2.91m))
A modern uPVC conservatory with large sliding doors opening into the garden.
Lounge / 4th Bedroom (12' 11'' x 12' 0'' (3.95m x 3.67m))
Currently used as a living room, this room could be used as a 4th bedroom. This dual aspect room has a uPVC bay window and further window to the side aspect, both overlooking the garden. There is also a radiator.
Bedroom 2 (12' 11'' x 9' 11'' (3.95m x 3.04m))
With a uPVC bay window to the rear aspect, built-in wardrobe and a radiator.
Bedroom 3 (10' 0'' x 8' 5'' (3.05m x 2.58m))
A dual aspect single bedroom with a uPVC double glazed windows to the front and side aspects, and a radiator.
Bathroom (6' 6'' x 6' 1'' (1.99m x 1.88m))
A white three piece suite comprising a low level WC, a wash hand basin and a bath with a thermostatic shower over. The room also features a radiator, extractor fan, tiled walls and an obscure glazed window to the front aspect.
Study Landing (10' 9'' x 7' 10'' max (3.29m x 2.40m))
This landing area makes an ideal study with a Velux window to the side aspect.
Master Bedroom (14' 10'' x 16' 6'' max (4.53m x 5.03m))
This generous double bedroom has sloping ceilings, fitted wardrobes, a window to the rear aspect and a further skylight. There is a door to the en-suite bathroom.
En-Suite Shower Room (8' 5'' x 3' 5'' (2.58m x 1.06m))
Comprising a Mira electric shower, a low level WC and a wash hand basin. There is an obscure glazed window to the front aspect.
Gardens and Outbuildings
Robin Cottage is set in beautiful gardens to all four sides and has several outbuildings. There is a garage with a studio to the rear, several timber sheds, a futher brick-built workshop and WC, and a large car port, which is large enough to house a caravan, a motorhome or perhaps a boat.
A pedestrian gate gives access to a pathway, which leads directly to Hulham Road, giving easy access to the local convenience store.
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