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Occupying a generously-sized plot tucked away on the periphery of a modern cul-de-sac, this extended and detached family home is abounding in luxurious upgrades. Boasting off-road parking for multiple vehicles, a garage and substantial gardens, the property is also situated within walking distance of the highly desirable village of Exminster.
Local amenities include a post office, pub, doctors’ surgery, pharmacy, primary school, golf club, three churches and a number of shops. Exminster also benefits from popular countryside walks and cycle routes as well as good access to the M5 Motorway and the estuary village of Starcross. The area is well serviced by regular bus routes to the cathedral city of Exeter.
Internally, the beautifully-presented accommodation comprises an entrance vestibule and hallway, a downstairs cloakroom, spacious open-plan lounge diner, a recently replaced bespoke kitchen and a sizeable family room to the rear. Upstairs are four bedrooms (three of which are doubles, with an en-suite to the master), and the family bathroom.
With its generously-sized accommodation, beautiful presentation and possibility for further development by conversion of the spacious loft (subject to the necessary consents), this wonderful property should not be missed, and internal viewing is highly advised.full description
Entrance Vestibule & Hallway
The Italian Solidor front door opens to the entrance vestibule which includes a radiator and doors to the cloakroom and hallway. Karndean flooring extends into the hallway where stairs rise to the first floor, and a door opens to the lounge diner.
A useful downstairs cloakroom equipped with a close-coupled WC, a pedestal wash basin with a mixer tap and tiled splashback. In addition, there is a radiator, Karndean flooring and an obscured uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect.
Lounge Diner (19' 1'' x 14' 8'' (5.81m x 4.47m) plus doorway)
An impressive open-plan space boasting Karndean flooring, a uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect and a door to a well-proportioned storage area. There is also an archway through to the family room, double doors to the kitchen and two radiators. Ample space is provided for dining room furniture.
Family Room (16' 1'' x 11' 5'' (4.91m x 3.47m))
A light and spacious living area complemented by two sets of German Warmcore bi-fold doors opening out to the rear garden, along with gloss tiled flooring, two electronic controlled Velux windows, and spotlighting.
Kitchen (10' 10'' x 10' 3'' (3.31m x 3.12m) plus bay window)
The immaculate kitchen has recently been fitted with a range of modern wall and base units, incorporating quartz worktops, a gloss panel splashback and a Blanco 1.5 bowl sink with a mixer tap over.
Integrated appliances include a pyrolytic slide and hide eye-level oven with combination microwave above, a separate 5-ring gas hob with glass extractor hood over, a touch control dishwasher, a fridge freezer and an additional under-counter fridge. Space is provided for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
In addition there is spotlighting, Karndean flooring and a uPVC double glazed box bay window to the front aspect.
Stairs & Landing
Stairs rise to the first floor landing which provides a radiator and access to the four bedrooms, the main family bathroom, a hatch to the loft and a door to the airing cupboard which houses the hot water tank.
Master Bedroom & En-Suite (11' 7'' x 10' 3'' (3.54m x 3.13m). Dressing area: 8' 6'' x 4' 9'' (2.58m x 1.46m). Plus en-suite)
A beautifully presented master bedroom enjoying a uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect overlooking the garden, and a radiator. An arch leads to the dressing area which accommodates space for a wardrobe, and a uPVC double glazed window faces the front aspect.
A door opens to the en-suite which comprises a large tiled shower cubicle, a pedestal wash basin with mixer tap and a close-coupled WC. There is also a wall-mounted mirrored vanity unit, a shaver socket, a heated towel rail, extractor fan and part-tiled walls. An obscured uPVC double glazed window is to the front aspect.
Bedroom 2 (13' 1'' x 10' 10'' (4.00m x 3.30m) max)
A spacious double bedroom benefitting from a uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect, and a radiator.
Bedroom 3 (10' 10'' x 12' 8'' (3.30m x 3.87m) max)
A further sizeable double bedroom featuring a uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect also with views across the garden, and a radiator.
Bathroom (7' 9'' x 6' 3'' (2.36m x 1.90m))
Comprising a pedestal wash basin with a mixer tap, a close-coupled WC, and a bath with a mixer tap and shower head over. Additionally, there is a heated towel rail, a shaver socket, extractor fan, part-tiled walls, a mirrored wall-mounted vanity unit and an obscured uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect.
Bedroom 4 (9' 5'' x 6' 11'' (2.87m x 2.10m))
Currently used as an office space, this good-sized single bedroom contains a radiator and a uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect with an outlook over the garden.
Garage & Parking
The property has the advantage of a substantial garage, featuring electric doors to the front, an additional service door to the rear opening to the garden, and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. To the front is a driveway providing ample parking for around 5-6 cars, as well as an outdoor tap and a gate to the side leading to the rear garden.
Bi-fold doors open out to the attractive rear garden which consists of a large patio area allowing an ideal space for seating and entertaining. This area benefits from an outside tap and leads onto a good-sized area of lawn. Steps lead down to the lower section which is mainly lawn, complemented by a variety of mature trees and a garden shed. A gate from the side of garden allows easy access to the garage, and there is further gated access to the rear.
The vendor has informed us that there is a maintenance charge for upkeep of the estate which is currently £91 per year.
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