The accommodation is arranged over two floors and is now in need of modernisation. Gas fired central heating is installed and the windows are uPVC double glazed.
On entering the property, the entrance hall has the staircase rising to the upper floor and gives access to a sitting room which enjoys a westerly aspect with wide bay window and a separate study is extensively fitted with shelving and cupboards and has French doors. A separate dining room has a fire surround with electric fire along with a storage and airing cupboard and this leads to the kitchen which enjoys an easterly aspect with an outlook over the rear garden. The kitchen has a range of storage units and worksurfaces, a built-in double oven, inset hob, cooker hood and integrated dishwasher and there is an adjoining, lean-to utility area which has a polycarbonate roof, space and plumbing for a washing machine and houses the wall mounted gas fired boiler for hot water and heating.
The French doors from the study lead into this lean-to and there is a door to the rear garden, along with access to a useful ground floor WC.
To the first floor the landing gives access to the roof space via a loft hatch. The master bedroom enjoys a westerly aspect with wide bay window and door to a small balcony. There are also fitted wardrobes and sink unit. Two further bedrooms enjoy a westerly aspect, bedroom two having a wardrobe and drawer unit, along with a wash basin and bedroom three has a large bay window, wardrobe and wash basin. The separate bathroom is fitted with a panelled bath with electric shower over, along with a pedestal wash basin and WC.
OUTSIDE & GARAGE
The gardens are mainly paved, the front having a wrought iron gate with flint walling to three sides. The rear enjoys an easterly aspect and is mainly paved with a large central pond. There is also a garden shed. The rear garden offers pedestrian access to Lymebourne Avenue, where there is a single garage which is conveyed with this property. The garage is on the south side of Lymebourne Avenue and has an up and over door and measures 3.3m (10’8) x 4.9m (16’).
This attractive semi-detached house occupies a convenient position within a few minutes-walk of local amenities, bus services and The Byes, a delightful riverside walk and cycle track leading to Sidmouth's town centre. The town centre is approximately three quarters of a mile away and offers an excellent range of services along with the Esplanade and seafront.
We are advised by East Devon District Council that the council tax band is D.
Vacant possession on completion.
Leaving the top of the High Street, pass the Radway cinema on the left and continue for approx half a mile, passing Winslade Road on the left. The next turning on the right is Lymebourne Avenue and the house will be seen a little way along on the right.
For viewing purposes, we would suggest parking in Lymebourne Avenue.
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