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Situated in one of the most sought-after areas of St Leonard’s, this bay fronted Edwardian terraced property boasts many period features and offers the potential to be restored back to a wonderful, well-proportioned three bedroom family home. The property is currently arranged to include two separate living spaces, therefore there is the potential to use the upper floor as a self-contained annex or could be easily returned to it’s original layout, to form a family home.
Within easy walking distance of the highly regarded St Leonard’s Primary School, Exeter School, the delightful Exeter Quayside, the RD+E Hospital and the high street shops and restaurants of the city centre, this fantastic location also enjoys close proximity to the popular independent shops and cafes of Magdalen Road.
Offered for sale with no onward chain, this property must be viewed in order to fully appreciate the possibilities presented by this characterful home.
Entrance Vestibule & Hallway
The front door opens to an entrance vestibule, where there is space for hanging coats, decorative tiled flooring, dado rails and an internal door containing stained glass to the hallway. Allowing access to the lounge, sitting room and kitchen diner, this area benefits from dado rails, decorative corbels, wood floorboards, a wall light fitting and a radiator. Stairs rise to the first floor.
Lounge (12' 3'' x 11' 6'' (3.74m x 3.51m) max plus bay window)
A beautiful room featuring a large fireplace with an ornate surround, picture rails, fitted shelving into the alcoves, wood floorboards, a radiator, TV point and a large box bay window to the front aspect.
Sitting Room (12' 2'' x 9' 5'' (3.70m x 2.87m) max)
A second reception room including a cast-iron open fireplace, period storage built into an alcove, picture rails, wood floorboards, a radiator and double doors to the lean-to.
Lean-To (6' 6'' x 4' 6'' (1.99m x 1.37m))
A useful room currently used for storage, with access to the garden.
Kitchen Diner (24' 4'' x 9' 8'' (7.41m x 2.95m) max)
This stunning and spacious room incorporates fitted base units with solid wood worktops, tiled splashback and a stainless steel sink with a flexible hose tap over and a drainer. Spaces and plumbing are available for a washing machine, fridge freezer, additional appliance and a large range cooker with a fitted extractor hood above.
The dining area boasts a fitted woodburner, a period built-in dresser, a radiator and access to further storage space under the stairwell. Slate tiled flooring and spotlighting extend through the room. Sash windows face both the side and rear aspects and a door leads to the garden.
Stairs & Landing
Stairs rise to the first floor, where there are picture rails and access to the loft, three bedrooms and bathroom. A second staircase leads to the fourth bedroom.
Bedroom 1 (15' 0'' x 12' 3'' (4.56m x 3.73m) max plus bay window)
Spanning the width of the house, this generously sized double bedroom enjoys a period fireplace with a wood surround, wood floorboards, picture rails, and a radiator. A uPVC double glazed bay window faces the front aspect.
Bedroom 2 (12' 2'' x 9' 5'' (3.72m x 2.88m) max)
A second double bedroom containing a cast iron fireplace, a built-in double wardrobe, radiator and a sash window to the rear aspect.
Equipped with a high level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, bath with a mains shower over, a radiator and an obscured sash window to the side aspect.
Bedroom 3 (11' 1'' x 9' 9'' (3.39m x 2.97m) max plus doorway and bay window)
A third double bedroom comprising a cast-iron fireplace, radiator and a sash bay window to the rear aspect.
Bedroom 4 (13' 6'' x 13' 6'' (4.12m x 4.11m) max plus eaves storage)
The converted loft creates the fourth double bedroom, with eaves storage and Velux windows to both the front and rear aspects.
The attractive rear garden is fully enclosed and is mostly paved for low maintenance and includes a brick-built shed, a raised decking area and gated access to a pedestrian path behind. Various plants and shrubs frame the garden.
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