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This three bedroom detached home is located within a small close of six properties within the heart of the charming Devon village of Otterton. The highly sought-after village dates back to Saxon times and offers an array of picturesque cottages, many with attractive thatched roofs. Situated at the mouth of the River Otter, close to the spectacular Jurassic Coast and less than a mile from the beach at Ladram Bay, the area is particularly popular with those who enjoy the outdoors. Local landmarks include one of the oldest working mills in the country, which now provides a restaurant and gallery. Within the village, amenities include a primary school, pub, church, shop and a village hall. The cathedral city of Exeter is also just over 13 miles to the West, and the seaside town of Sidmouth is around 4 miles to the East, both offering a multitude of facilities, shops, restaurants and alike.
Internally, the accommodation comprises an entrance hallway leading to the kitchen, lounge diner and downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs are three bedrooms (two of which are doubles) and the bathroom. There is also an enclosed garden to the rear, a garage and allocated parking, along with further parking for visitors.
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The front door opens to the entrance hallway which includes a night storage heater, doors to the kitchen, downstairs cloakroom and lounge diner, as well as stairs to the first floor incorporating built-in storage below, and a window to the front aspect.
Kitchen (9' 9'' x 7' 9'' (2.97m x 2.36m))
Containing a range of matching wall and base units with roll-edge worktops, a tiled splashback, and a stainless steel sink and drainer unit. Space is provided for an oven with an extractor hood over, a washing machine and a tall fridge freezer. In addition there is a Dimplex heater, a hatch to the lounge diner and a door to the garden. Windows face the side and rear aspects.
Comprising a low-level WC, a wall-mounted wash hand basin with a tiled splashback, and an obscured window to the rear aspect.
Lounge Diner (16' 8'' x 11' 6'' (5.07m x 3.5m) & 9' 9'' x 8' 0'' (2.97m x 2.45m))
A well-proportioned living space enjoying a wood-burner with a brick surround, a box bay window to the front aspect and two further windows to the side and rear aspects. A door opens out to the garden and there are two night storage heaters and space for a dining table and chairs.
Stairs & Landing
Stairs rise from the ground floor to the first floor landing which provides doors to the three bedrooms and bathroom, a hatch to the loft and a built-in storage cupboard. There is also a night storage heater and a window to the front aspect.
Bedroom 1 (13' 9'' x 9' 5'' (4.19m x 2.87m) plus doorway & wardrobe)
A spacious double bedroom with the advantage of windows to the rear and side aspects, a built-in wardrobe and a night storage heater.
Bedroom 2 (10' 11'' x 7' 9'' (3.32m x 2.35m) plus doorway & wardrobe)
A second double bedroom also boasting a built-in wardrobe, a night storage heater and a window to the rear aspect.
Bathroom (8' 8'' x 6' 11'' (2.63m x 2.12m) max)
Comprising a low-level WC, a pedestal wash hand basin, bath and a separate shower cubicle. In addition, there are part-tiled walls, a heated towel rail, a wall-mounted Dimplex heater and a built-in storage cupboard containing the hot water tank. An obscured window faces the front aspect.
Bedroom 3 (10' 7'' x 6' 11'' (3.22m x 2.10m))
Currently used as an office, this third bedroom is complemented by windows to the front and side aspects.
A door leads out from the kitchen to the enclosed rear garden, which is mainly gravelled and includes a path leading to a raised section of garden enjoying a flowerbed containing various plants and shrubs. The remainder of the garden is laid to lawn, with an area for seating to the rear. There is also an outdoor tap and a gate providing side access.
Garage & Parking
The property benefits from a single garage providing space for storage or parking, along with further allocated parking for the property, and visitors' parking spaces.
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