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3 Bedrooms Semi Detached House for sale in Fortescue, Sidmouth

3 Bedrooms Semi Detached House - £335,000

Fortescue, Sidmouth

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First listed on: 05th May 2017

Nearest stations: Feniton (6.8 mi)Honiton (7.2 mi)Whimple (7.6 mi)Cranbrook (9 mi)Lympstone Commando (9.5 mi)

Interested in this property? Call See phone number 01395 512544

Property Features

  • Entrance Hall
  • Living Room
  • Separate Dining Room
  • Kitchen Extension
  • Conservatory

Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

INTRODUCTION

A lovely semi detached house which has been beautifully extended at the rear and now includes a spacious kitchen with oak fronted units and a uPVC double glazed Conservatory which takes full advantage of the exceptional views, over the gently sloping garden, across the Sid valley. The property is set well back off the road and has a larger than usual rear garden (approx 55m (180\') which is well above, and backs on to, the River Sid.

Fortescue is a very popular semi rural location which is perfectly positioned just over 1 mile from the Regency seaside town High Street in Sidmouth. Believed to have originally been constructed at the turn of the last century as an estate workers\' cottage for Trow Hall, this particularly pretty property is extremely appealing in its edge of town, mostly rural surroundings.

The house is nicely presented throughout and has been recently upgraded with oil fired central heating, has had a new roof fitted about 2 years ago, has a fitted wet room Shower Room on the ground floor and an excellent Kitchen and Conservatory rear extension built in 2007. Now ready for a little additional modernising, the property has enormous potential and is considered a very comfortable home.

ACCOMMODATION

Impressive Entrance Porch: fitted with uPVC double glazing. Tiled floor. Half glazed front door to

Entrance Hall: Electric meter cupboard. Coat hanging space. Radiator. Useful understairs storage and stairs rising to the first floor.

Living Room: 5.96m (19\'7) x 3.02m (9\'11) including deep bay window with glazing to three sides, overlooking the wonderful front garden and with distant views up Salcombe Hill. Attractive tiled fireplace with pitch-pine surround and fitted with a Jetmaster open fire. Picture rail. TV aerial point. Glazed door opening on to the Conservatory at the rear of the house.

Dining Room: 4.6m (15\'1) x 3.64m (11\'11) including deep bay window again with glazing to three sides and overlooking the front garden. Picture rail. Telephone point. Radiator.

Kitchen: 3.43m (11\'3) x 2.3m (7\'7) Extremely well fitted with excellent range of oak-fronted units comprising base cupboards with fitted shelves and drawers with wide expanse of modern granite-effect roll-top worksurfaces with tiled splashbacks and further range of matching eye-level cupboards. Integrated Neff double oven with pan cupboards above and below. Ceramic hob with air filter hood above and integrated tall fridge and freezer. Single drainer one and half bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap. uPVC double glazed window with exceptional countryside views over the rear garden in a westerly direction across the valley. Velux rooflight. Spotlight tracks. Tiled floor. Radiator.

Conservatory: 2.75m (9\') x 2.58m (8\'6) uPVC double glazed French doors opening on to the rear garden. Glazed door from the Living Room. Single pitch uPVC double glazed roof providing considerable levels of natural light. Spot light track. Tiled floor. Radiator.

Utility Room: 2.84m (9\'4) x 2m (6\'7) approx Continuation of the oak-fronted cupboards including base units and drawer and tall broom cupboard. Granite-effect roll-top worksurface. Tiled floor. Freestanding oil fired Worcester Danesmoor boiler providing central heating and hot water.

Cloakroom/Shower Room: Fitted thermostatic shower unit with shower rail and curtain. Part-tiled walls and tiled floor. White suite comprising pedestal wash basin and low level wc. Towel radiator.

First floor landing: A spacious and light area with dual aspect with exceptional views to the east and west. Dado rail. Hatch to roof space.

Bedroom 1: 2.98m (9\'9) x 2.98m (9\'9) Double wide window overlooking the front garden. Picture rail. Fitted wardrobes. Wash basin. Radiator.

Bedroom 2: 3.06m (10\') x 2.72m (8\'11) Picture rail. Double wide window overlooking the front garden and with views up to Salcombe Hill. Original cast iron fireplace. Radiator.

Bedroom 3: 2.99m (9\'10) x 2.11m (6\'11) Sash window with spectacular views across the Sid Valley. Picture rail. Original cast iron fireplace. Radiator.

Bathroom: 3.04m (10\') x 2.39m (7\'10) White suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal wash basin, low level wc. Sash window to the rear with views to the west. Radiator. Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and immersion heater.

Outside: At the front of the property there is an excellent private garden which includes an off-road tarmacadam parking space which could easily be redesigned and extended if required. The front garden is enclosed by tall hedging and is extremely colourful with a huge variety of flowers and shrubs and is a beautiful cottage-style garden. There are areas of lawn which are intersected by a concrete footpath which leads down to the front door. There are also two mature ornamental trees providing additional screening from the lane in Fortescue and a domestic oil storage tank for the central heating system. Access is available down the side of the property to the wonderful rear garden which is west facing and gently sloping away from the house. There is a small patio area and steps adjacent to the rear of the building and the gardens are again fabulous being extremely well-stocked by a huge variety of specimen plants in the flower and shrub borders on either side of the manicured lawns. The west facing garden enjoys spectacular views across the valley and are hedge and fence enclosed and include a fir tree, an Indian bean tree (catalpa), various clematis and honeysuckle climbers and wonderful plants too numerous to list. There is a south facing Summer House and Timber Garden Shed and beyond the formal garden the land drops away down to the edge of the River Sid.

Details for property ID 3264 supplied to Nethouseprices on 14/12/17 at 10:33 pm
INTRODUCTION

A lovely semi detached house which has been beautifully extended at the rear and now includes a spacious kitchen with oak fronted units and a uPVC double glazed Conservatory which takes full advantage of the exceptional views, over the gently sloping garden, across the Sid valley. The property is set well back off the road and has a larger than usual rear garden (approx 55m (180\') which is well above, and backs on to, the River Sid.

Fortescue is a very popular semi rural location which is perfectly positioned just over 1 mile from the Regency seaside town High Street in Sidmouth. Believed to have originally been constructed at the turn of the last century as an estate workers\' cottage for Trow Hall, this particularly pretty property is extremely appealing in its edge of town, mostly rural surroundings.

The house is nicely presented throughout and has been recently upgraded with oil fired central heating, has had a new roof fitted about 2 years ago, has a fitted wet room Shower Room on the ground floor and an excellent Kitchen and Conservatory rear extension built in 2007. Now ready for a little additional modernising, the property has enormous potential and is considered a very comfortable home.

ACCOMMODATION

Impressive Entrance Porch: fitted with uPVC double glazing. Tiled floor. Half glazed front door to

Entrance Hall: Electric meter cupboard. Coat hanging space. Radiator. Useful understairs storage and stairs rising to the first floor.

Living Room: 5.96m (19\'7) x 3.02m (9\'11) including deep bay window with glazing to three sides, overlooking the wonderful front garden and with distant views up Salcombe Hill. Attractive tiled fireplace with pitch-pine surround and fitted with a Jetmaster open fire. Picture rail. TV aerial point. Glazed door opening on to the Conservatory at the rear of the house.

Dining Room: 4.6m (15\'1) x 3.64m (11\'11) including deep bay window again with glazing to three sides and overlooking the front garden. Picture rail. Telephone point. Radiator.

Kitchen: 3.43m (11\'3) x 2.3m (7\'7) Extremely well fitted with excellent range of oak-fronted units comprising base cupboards with fitted shelves and drawers with wide expanse of modern granite-effect roll-top worksurfaces with tiled splashbacks and further range of matching eye-level cupboards. Integrated Neff double oven with pan cupboards above and below. Ceramic hob with air filter hood above and integrated tall fridge and freezer. Single drainer one and half bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap. uPVC double glazed window with exceptional countryside views over the rear garden in a westerly direction across the valley. Velux rooflight. Spotlight tracks. Tiled floor. Radiator.

Conservatory: 2.75m (9\') x 2.58m (8\'6) uPVC double glazed French doors opening on to the rear garden. Glazed door from the Living Room. Single pitch uPVC double glazed roof providing considerable levels of natural light. Spot light track. Tiled floor. Radiator.

Utility Room: 2.84m (9\'4) x 2m (6\'7) approx Continuation of the oak-fronted cupboards including base units and drawer and tall broom cupboard. Granite-effect roll-top worksurface. Tiled floor. Freestanding oil fired Worcester Danesmoor boiler providing central heating and hot water.

Cloakroom/Shower Room: Fitted thermostatic shower unit with shower rail and curtain. Part-tiled walls and tiled floor. White suite comprising pedestal wash basin and low level wc. Towel radiator.

First floor landing: A spacious and light area with dual aspect with exceptional views to the east and west. Dado rail. Hatch to roof space.

Bedroom 1: 2.98m (9\'9) x 2.98m (9\'9) Double wide window overlooking the front garden. Picture rail. Fitted wardrobes. Wash basin. Radiator.

Bedroom 2: 3.06m (10\') x 2.72m (8\'11) Picture rail. Double wide window overlooking the front garden and with views up to Salcombe Hill. Original cast iron fireplace. Radiator.

Bedroom 3: 2.99m (9\'10) x 2.11m (6\'11) Sash window with spectacular views across the Sid Valley. Picture rail. Original cast iron fireplace. Radiator.

Bathroom: 3.04m (10\') x 2.39m (7\'10) White suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal wash basin, low level wc. Sash window to the rear with views to the west. Radiator. Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and immersion heater.

Outside: At the front of the property there is an excellent private garden which includes an off-road tarmacadam parking space which could easily be redesigned and extended if required. The front garden is enclosed by tall hedging and is extremely colourful with a huge variety of flowers and shrubs and is a beautiful cottage-style garden. There are areas of lawn which are intersected by a concrete footpath which leads down to the front door. There are also two mature ornamental trees providing additional screening from the lane in Fortescue and a domestic oil storage tank for the central heating system. Access is available down the side of the property to the wonderful rear garden which is west facing and gently sloping away from the house. There is a small patio area and steps adjacent to the rear of the building and the gardens are again fabulous being extremely well-stocked by a huge variety of specimen plants in the flower and shrub borders on either side of the manicured lawns. The west facing garden enjoys spectacular views across the valley and are hedge and fence enclosed and include a fir tree, an Indian bean tree (catalpa), various clematis and honeysuckle climbers and wonderful plants too numerous to list. There is a south facing Summer House and Timber Garden Shed and beyond the formal garden the land drops away down to the edge of the River Sid.

Details for property ID 3264 supplied to Nethouseprices on 14/12/17 at 10:33 pm
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This property is marketed by

Redferns of Sidmouth, Sidmouth

99, High Street

Sidmouth

EX10 8LD

Telephone: See phone number 01395 512544

Disclaimer

Disclaimer Property reference A58527389B59CD_3264. Details are provided and maintained by Redferns of Sidmouth. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

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