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This large and unique home presents a multitude of opportunities for flexible living accommodation and business potential. The property has a fantastic history and was once used as a bakery in the Victorian era and still retains original features including evidence of the flour shoot and large fireplace. The property also includes a large workshop, additional garage and access to a good sized cellar. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom, along with a spacious area offering the opportunity for an Annex with a utility area, bedroom and a further open-plan living space. In addition to this, there is also a loft room.
Located close to the City Centre, the property enjoys close proximity to many local amenities, including Waitrose, several local schools, Exeter University’s St Luke’s Campus and the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital. The delightful Belmont Park is also a short distance away.
*Please note that due to irregular shaped rooms within the property, all measurements are given as an approximate maximum. Please refer to our floor plan in conjunction with measurements in order to best understand the shape and size of each room*full description
Entrance & Yard
The front door opens to a sheltered yard, where there is an external tap and ample space for storing shoes. Double glazed uPVC doors lead into the open-plan living space and there is an additional door to the kitchen breakfast room.
Open-Plan Living Room (18' 11'' x 14' 9'' (5.76m x 4.50m) max)
A spacious L-shaped reception room providing space for both living and dining furniture. There is the advantage of built-in storage, a skylight window and a radiator, and access to the kitchen, workshop and hall area.
Kitchen Breakfast Room (8' 10'' x 7' 8'' (2.70m x 2.34m) max plus stairs and storage)
Incorporating a range of matching wall and base units, roll-edge worktops, tiled splashback and a stainless steel 1.5 bowl with a mixer tap over and drainer. Space is available for a fridge freezer, freestanding oven and a breakfast table. This room is also equipped with a radiator, built-in storage and a uPVC double glazed window facing the front aspect.
With a staircase to the first floor landing, and doors to the cloakroom and second reception room.
Including a low level WC, a wall mounted wash basin with tiled splashback, built-in storage, a radiator and an obscured window to the front aspect.
Second Reception Room (19' 8'' x 10' 8'' (5.99m x 3.26m) max)
Originally a shop with separate access to the front of the property, this second reception room is currently used for music lessons and provides the opportunity for a number of uses including running a business from home. The room is complemented by both storage and shelving built into the alcoves, a radiator and large UPVC double glazed windows to two aspects. Access leads to a small office area, which benefits from fitted shelving and access to both the garage and the basement.
Cellar (18' 9'' x 13' 8'' (5.72m x 4.16m) max)
Currently used as a generous storage space, with a window to the side aspect and a light well bringing additional light from the street.
Workshop (30' 3'' x 9' 6'' (9.23m x 2.90m) max)
Previously used in conjunction with the shop, the sizeable workshop provides further flexible space, and includes a fitted workbench and storage. It also has a window to the rear aspect, access to the garage and a staircase to the first floor.
Garage (18' 2'' x 8' 11'' (5.54m x 2.73m) max)
Serviced by lighting and a roll-up door to the road.
Stairs & Landing
Stairs rise to the first floor where there is a radiator, a fitted airer and a large airing cupboard housing the immersion tank. Doors lead to the family bathroom, three bedrooms and a utility space.
Master Bedroom (12' 10'' x 9' 5'' (3.92m x 2.86m) plus 14' 5'' x 7' 6'' (4.40m x 2.28m) plus recessed storage)
A substantial double bedroom with the benefit of recessed storage, two radiators and a wall mounted wash basin with tiled splashback. UPVC double glazed windows look out to the front and side aspects. An additional Velux window and obscured borrowed light window face the rear aspect.
Family Bathroom (9' 2'' x 7' 5'' (2.80m x 2.27m) max)
Incorporating a hidden cistern WC, wall mounted wash basin with tiled splashback, a radiator and a bath with a Mira shower over and tiled surround. A uPVC double glazed window faces the front aspect.
Bedroom 2 (10' 9'' x 9' 8'' (3.28m x 2.94m) max)
A second double bedroom enjoying picture rails, built-in storage, a radiator and a uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect.
Bedroom 3 (14' 4'' x 9' 9'' (4.37m x 2.97m) max)
A good-sized single bedroom boasting two uPVC double glazed windows to the front aspect, picture rails, a radiator and a built-in storage cupboard.
Utility Space (8' 11'' x 3' 11'' (2.71m x 1.20m) max)
Allowing private laundry facilities for an annex area, this room is equipped with fitted wall and base units, a roll-edge worktop and stainless steel sink with a mixer tap over and drainer. Spaces are available for a washing machine and tumble dryer. There is also a further built-in storage cupboard and a door to the fourth bedroom.
Bedroom 4 (11' 8'' x 7' 4'' (3.56m x 2.23m))
With a radiator and wash hand basin set within a vanity storage unit. Access leads to an open-plan living area.
Bedroom 5 / Annex Living Area (22' 2'' x 8' 0'' (6.75m x 2.43m) max)
Either a large double bedroom or spacious living room, this area comprises a radiator, uPVC double glazed windows to three aspects, and access to the flat roof. The room also enjoys recessed wardrobe space and a small kitchenette area, with space for a fridge freezer, microwave, kettle and toaster. A door opens to a staircase leading down to the workshop.
Loft Room (21' 4'' x 13' 2'' (6.50m x 4.01m) max)
A multi-functional space benefitting from a large built-in storage cupboard, additional storage into the eaves, a radiator and a uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect. There is also a Velux window to the side.
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