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This lovely 3 bedroom home is tucked away in one of the most sought-after locations in Exeter. Situated within the parish of St Leonard’s and adjacent to to the grounds of County Hall, the property is within walking distance of nearby St Leonards Primary School as well as several other well reputed schools and the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital. The property is also well placed for walking into the City Centre, to the Magdalen Road shops or to Exeter’s beautiful riverside area with its historic quayside.
Internally, the spacious living accommodation comprises a kitchen breakfast room, living room, conservatory and shower room, along with the master bedroom with en-suite, and a potential third bedroom, currently used as a dining room. Upstairs is a further double bedroom and bathroom. The delightful rear garden is accessed by the conservatory and there is also the advantage of ample parking to the front and a garage.
With such a fantastic location, generous room sizes and the outside space, this detached bungalow must be viewed in order to be fully appreciated.full description
The front door opens to a spacious entrance hallway which includes an area to the side ideal for a study or a seating area. Doors lead to the kitchen, living room, conservatory, shower room and two of the bedrooms, and stairs rise to the first floor. In addition there is a radiator and 3 uPVC double glazed windows to the front and side aspects.
Kitchen (20' 1'' x 8' 1'' (6.12m x 2.46m))
The kitchen boasts a range of wall and base units with roll-edge worktops, a tiled splashback and stainless steel 1.5 sink and drainer unit with mixer tap over. The floor is tiled and there are uPVC double glazed windows to both the front and side aspects. In-built appliances include a fridge, freezer, dishwasher and a double oven with 5 ring gas hob and extractor hood over, as well as a radiator. Space is provided for a table and chairs, and doors lead to the front courtyard and the hallway.
Living Room (17' 11'' x 11' 10'' (5.45m x 3.60m))
A well-presented living room enjoying a gas fireplace, two radiators and a uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect with views across the garden.
Shower Room (4' 9'' x 7' 4'' (1.44m x 2.23m))
Framed by part-tiles walls and flooring, the shower room contains a close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin, a heated towel rail and a shower cubicle with electric shower over. There is also spotlighting, an extractor fan and a mirrored storage cabinet.
Conservatory & Dining Room
The pleasant conservatory enjoys an area which could be used for dining room furniture with a radiator and a built-in storage cupboard. An archway leads to the remainder of the dwarf-walled conservatory with uPVC double glazed windows to the rear and side aspects, a radiator, and double doors that open out into the garden.
Bedroom 1 & En-Suite (10' 11'' x 13' 7'' (3.33m x 4.13m) max)
This generous master bedroom benefits from built-in wardrobes spanning the length of the room along with a chest of drawers, a radiator and a uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect.
A door leads to the en-suite which is fitted with part-tiled walls and flooring, spotlighting, a heated towel rail, pedestal hand wash basin, close coupled WC and a shower cubicle with electric shower over. An obscured uPVC double glazed window is to the front aspect.
Dining Room / Bedroom 2 (12' 6'' x 13' 11'' (3.82m x 4.25m) max)
A further well-proportioned double bedroom currently used as a dining room, with the advantage of a uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect overlooking the garden and a radiator.
Stairs & Landing
Stairs rise from the ground floor to the first floor landing which includes a radiator, skylight and doors leading to the bathroom and the third bedroom.
Bedroom 3 (10' 9'' x 15' 9'' (3.280m x 4.793m))
This final spacious double bedroom boasts a uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect, two skylights, a radiator and a range of built-in furniture.
Bathroom (9' 6'' x 10' 4'' (2.89m x 3.14m) Maximum)
Comprising a bath with tiled surround and mixer tap over, close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap over and tiled splashback, along with a radiator, mirrored storage cabinet, extractor fan and a further built-in storage cupboard. An obscured uPVC double glazed window faces the side aspect.
Doors open from the conservatory onto a pleasant patio area which provides an ideal space for outdoor seating. The remainder of the attractive rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with various well-established trees and shrubs in borders. A further area of lawn is to the side of the property with a garden shed and an additional path and gate lead to the front of the property.
Oak Lodge also benefits from a garage with up-and-over door, as well as ample space for parking along the front courtyard.
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