Stoneheys is conveniently situated within a short, almost level walk of Sidmouths seafront and town centre, which offers an excellent range of facilities. Within a stones throw is The Byes, a lovely recreational space, together with a cycle track running alongside the River Sid.
The house enjoys a westerly aspect, overlooking the River Sid and enjoys well presented and tastefully decorated accommodation arranged over three floors. The house retains much of its original character and charm, including feature tiling to the reception hall and bay windows to the sitting room and master bedroom. There are two good size reception rooms along with a very large kitchen/dining room which is attractively fitted and has French doors leading into a courtyard garden. To the upper floors there are four double bedrooms, two enjoying a lovely, westerly aspect over the town towards Muttersmoor. There is a good size bathroom with WC along with two separate cloakrooms, all of which are fitted with white suites.
The house also benefits from having gas fired central heating and some of the windows have been replaced with uPVC double glazed units. Adjoining the front and rear of the house is a small area of well tended garden and there is also a residential parking permit for Millford Road.
From our Sidmouth office proceed up the High Street and straight over the mini roundabout, turning right opposite the Radway cinema into Salcombe Road. Continue over the River Sid, turning immediately right into Millford Road where the house will be seen a little way along on the left.
The accommodation with approximate dimensions comprises:
Tiled floor. Part-glazed front door to:
Original tiled floor. Coat-hooks. Radiator. Under stairs storage cupboard.
White suite comprising WC and wash basin with splash back. Tiled floor.
3.7m x 5.1m into bay window, max (12’3 x 16’9) Westerly aspect with bay window and part glazed door to front garden. Decorative coving. Picture rail. Ceiling rose. Radiator. TV point. Attractive Adam style fireplace with hearth, mantel and fitted electric fire. Three wall light points.
3.15m x 4.05m (10’3 x 13’3) French doors to the rear aspect. Good range of fitted shelving and cupboards to the alcoves. Picture rail. Radiator.
2.45m widening to 3.45m x 10.6m max (8’ widening to 11’3 x 34’9) A spacious dual aspect room with French doors to the rear courtyard garden. Attractively fitted with matching wall and base units. Solid wood work surfaces and upstands. Inset sink with drainer and mixer tap. Free standing Range Master cooker with double oven. Six ring gas hob. Canopy cooker hood over. Space for American style fridge/freezer. Integrated dishwasher and washing machine. Two radiators. Tiled floor. Large built-in storage/broom cupboard. Skylight to the dining area. Three uPVC double glazed windows. Back door.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Large shelved storage cupboard. Fitted shelving. Airing cupboard. Stairs rising to the second floor.
4.8m x 5.1m into bay window, max (15’9 x 16’9) A lovely room with a westerly aspect over the River Sid and towards the town. Door to small balcony. Coved ceiling. Picture rail. Shelving. Radiator. Feature fireplace.
3.05m x 4.2m (10’ x 13’9) Outlook to the rear aspect. Coved ceiling. Picture rail. Radiator.
2.45m x 2.4m (8’ x 8’) White suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal wash basin, WC and separate shower cubicle. Part-tiled walls. Inset ceiling spotlights. Radiator. Coved ceiling. Mirror. Mirrored wall cabinet with shaver point. Two uPVC obscure, double glazed windows.
White suite comprising WC and wash basin. uPVC obscure, double glazed window.
SECOND FLOOR LANDING
Window. Access to roof space.
4.75m x 3.95m (15’6 x 12’9) uPVC double glazed windows enjoying a lovely westerly aspect over the town and towards Muttersmoor. Radiator.
3.05m x 4.05m (10’ x 13’3) uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect. Radiator.
OUTSIDE AND GARDEN
To the front of the property there is low walling to the road frontage and a gate with brick pavioured pathway leads to the front door. The front garden is gravelled with adjoining shrub borders. Adjoining the rear of the house is a mainly paved garden with a timber storage shed and rear pedestrian access. Adjoining the French doors to the kitchen/dining room is a lovely paved patio and shrub borders.
We are advised by East Devon District Council that the council tax band is E.
Vacant possession on completion.
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