Offered for sale with no on-going chain and with vast potential, this post war, detached property offers versatile accommodation, arranged over two floors. On entering the property, a good size entrance hall has storage and an open-tread staircase to the first floor. The double aspect kitchen/dining room has a pleasant south facing view to the rear and a fitted, period kitchen with breakfast bar and a dining area with herringbone parquet flooring. The large sitting room is double aspect, again with a south facing window overlooking the garden and the Grade II listed Powys House. The room features a floor to ceiling stone fireplace and glazed sliding doors opening into the rear garden. An inner hallway leads to a ground floor bedroom, with adjacent bathroom.
On the first floor a generous landing provides comfortable study space and leads to two, good size double bedrooms, the larger with double aspect windows and the second with southerly views over the town to Salcombe Hill. There is a good size main bathroom with an adjoining, separate WC.
The property has gas central heating and the windows are mainly timber framed, double glazed units.
The property stands on a generous plot of around a quarter of an acre with level lawn garden to the front, flanked by two driveways, a standard garage and larger, detached garage, originally constructed for the storage of a boat, having a ceiling height of 3.1m (10’2). To the rear a south facing lawn garden has the pleasant backdrop of the Grade II listed Powys House and views easterly towards Salcombe Hill. An open rear porch has storage and gives access to the garage and kitchen/dining room.
Sidlands has long been a desirable residential address and is situated around three quarters of a mile from the seafront. As such, the property is a short distance from all town centre amenities that include numerous independent shops and High Street chains, a cinema, theatre, cottage hospital, indoor swimming pool, beautiful public gardens and of course the Regency Esplanade. There are excellent bus services to the surrounding area, sports clubs to include rugby, cricket and an eighteen hole golf course and Waitrose and Lidl are within two miles of the property.
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 left.
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