Offered for sale with no ongoing chain and offering much potential is this 1960’s detached bungalow. Providing accommodation of around 2000 square feet, with gas central heating and double glazing, an impressive stone porch leads to a spacious entrance hallway. The sitting room is double aspect with a bay window looking south with views to both Salcombe Hill and the sea. A separate dining room has a rear aspect and leads through to the kitchen with an adjoining utility room with boiler room and larder. Returning to the entrance hall there is a separate study, cloakroom/WC and an inner hallway leading to the ground floor bedrooms.
Bedroom one is triple aspect with a south facing bay window, having views to Salcombe Hill. Bedroom two is double aspect with a view into the rear garden and both bedrooms are served by a separate bathroom. From the inner hallway, stairs rise to the first floor landing where there is a second bathroom and third double bedroom with double aspect to include a south facing window with views over the town to the sea. There is a connecting room with Velux window that could serve a variety of uses to suit the new owner, be it an occasional bedroom, study, hobby room or simply storage.
The property stands on a mature plot of around a quarter of an acre with a south facing lawn garden to the front, having well stocked beds and borders, a driveway and double garage. To the rear is a raised lawn garden, again with well stocked beds and borders and having a patio, timber shed, summerhouse and a greenhouse.
Sidlands was developed in the 1960’s and is regarded as a desirable address convenient for the town centre and seafront. The elevated position affords fine views over the town to Salcombe Hill and the sea and is around three quarters of a mile from the esplanade. Sidmouth offers a broad range of amenities to include numerous independent shops and High Street chains, a cinema, theatre, Waitrose, Lidl, a modern health centre and cottage hospital, excellent bus services and sports clubs to include rugby, cricket and an eighteen hole golf course.
We are advised by East Devon District Council that the council tax band is G
Vacant possession on completion.
From the top of the High Street passing the Radway cinema, proceed away from the town centre, taking the third turning left into Victoria Road. Follow the road through Glebelands to the top of the hill turning left. Follow the road round to the right passing the right turning, whereupon the property will be found on the right.
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