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Viewings start Tuesday 15th December. An impressive south west facing grade II listed Georgian townhouse boasting a fantastic central position close to Exeter’s City Centre. This ideal location offers a range of nearby amenities, including the delightful Belmont Park, various churches, pubs and independent shops. St Sidwell’s Point Leisure Centre will also be located nearby once completed. Exeter’s High Street is just a 0.5 mile walk away, with the many attractions and entertainment facilities it has to offer. There are also good public transport links, with St James Park station nearby and regular bus routes in and out of the city.
The generous and flexible internal accommodation is complemented by a range of character features and briefly comprises an entrance vestibule and hallway, a large living room, a dining room, kitchen, utility room and a shower room on the ground floor. Upstairs across three floors are the four double bedrooms, the bathroom, a spacious office, and a conservatory. Externally, the property has the advantage of lovely gardens to the front and rear, and a double garage providing vehicular access from the road behind allowing for off-road parking.
The current owners are downsizing and whilst the property has been reroofed, has a new boiler, has been repointed, etc there is still room for further improvement and putting your own mark on this lovely family home.
Entrance Vestibule & Hallway
The front door opens into the entrance vestibule which includes wooden floorboards and dado rails. A further door leads to the hallway where there is access to the living room, dining room and kitchen, along with stairs to the first floor incorporating storage below, dado rails, a radiator, and a decorative archway.
Living Room (15' 2'' x 13' 4'' (4.62m x 4.07m))
An impressive room boasting French doors opening out to the front garden, a feature cast-iron fireplace, and a radiator.
Dining Room (26' 2'' x 12' 3'' narrowing to 8' 8'' (7.97m x 3.74m))
This room is complemented by French doors opening out to the rear garden, as well as a slate fireplace with Delft tiles, picture rails, two radiators, and ample space for a dining table and chairs.
Kitchen (11' 11'' x 9' 3'' (3.62m x 2.83m))
A good-sized kitchen containing a range of matching wall and base units with beech worktops, a tiled splashback, and a 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit with a mixer tap over. Space is provided for a range cooker with an extractor hood over, a tall fridge freezer, and a dishwasher. There is also a radiator, wooden floorboards, spotlighting, a further built-in storage cupboard, and a door to the utility room. A window faces the rear aspect.
Utility Room (7' 0'' x 5' 10'' (2.13m x 1.77m))
A useful space offering a fitted worktop with a tiled splashback, a stainless steel sink and drainer unit, and space below for a washing machine. In addition there is space for a tall freezer, a radiator, doors to the shower room and the garden, and a double glazed sash window to the side aspect.
Shower Room (6' 0'' x 4' 7'' (1.82m x 1.39m))
A fully-tiled wet room incorporating a shower area with a Triton shower over, a corner close-coupled WC, and a corner wash basin with a mixer tap over. There is also an extractor fan, a heated towel rail, underfloor heating, and an obscured double glazed sash window to the side aspect.
First Floor Landing
Stairs rise to the first floor landing which provides doors to the office, bedroom 1, and the conservatory, stairs to the second floor, a radiator, and dado rails.
Bedroom 1 (18' 10'' x 13' 5'' (5.73m x 4.08m))
Currently used as a reception room, this generous double bedroom enjoys French doors opening to a Juliet balcony overlooking the front garden, a feature cast-iron fireplace with a marble surround, wooden floorboards, picture rails, and a radiator.
Office (12' 6'' x 12' 3'' (3.81m x 3.74m))
A well-proportioned office benefitting from a cast-iron fireplace with a built-in cupboard to the side, a radiator, a door to the bathroom, and a sash window to the rear.
Bathroom (12' 3'' x 7' 5'' (3.74m x 2.25m))
Comprising a large shower cubicle, a close-coupled WC, a pedestal wash basin with a tiled splashback, and a bath with a tiled surround, a mixer tap over, and a shower head attachment. Additionally there is oak flooring, an extractor fan, a radiator, a heated towel rail, a shaver socket, and a built-in storage cupboard. An obscured sash window faces the rear aspect.
Conservatory (12' 10'' x 11' 5'' (3.9m x 3.48m))
A lovely extra space including full-width double glazed windows to the rear aspect, slate tiled flooring, and a radiator.
Second Floor Landing
Stairs rise to the second floor landing which offers doors to two further bedrooms, a window to the rear aspect, dado rails, and stairs to the top floor.
Bedroom 2 (18' 10'' x 13' 5'' (5.75m x 4.09m))
A sizeable double bedroom with the advantage of a sash window to the front aspect, and a radiator.
Bedroom 3 (13' 0'' x 12' 2'' (3.95m x 3.7m))
Another double bedroom featuring a cast-iron fireplace with a built-in wardrobe to the side, a radiator, and a sash window to the rear aspect.
Top Floor Landing
Stairs rise to the top floor which incorporates a Heritage rooflight to the rear aspect, and a door to bedroom 4.
Bedroom 4 (18' 10'' x 17' 7'' narrowing to 8' 11'' (5.75m x 5.36m) with some restricted head-height)
The final double bedroom accommodates a window to the front aspect and a Heritage rooflight to the rear, a cast-iron fireplace, and a radiator.
Doors open out to the enclosed rear garden which has the advantage of a brick paved patio area with a plant-bed border providing an ideal space for outdoor seating.
A door opens to an outside store which houses the Ideal combination boiler. The remainder of the lovely rear garden benefits from a step-path leading to the rear, with a variety of established fruit trees and bushes to the side. There is also a covered store, an outdoor tap, a gate providing rear access, and a door to the garage.
Garage (16' 10'' x 15' 2'' (5.14m x 4.62m))
The double garage is serviced by power and lighting and includes a 30 amp ring main which would be useful for charging an electric car. An electric up-and-over door to the rear allows for vehicular access from the road behind.
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