Seaton Burn is a most attractive detached property designed by a local architect R W Sampson and constructed in 1909. In more recent years the house was converted into five self-contained apartments.
The property is situated in one of Sidmouth’s favoured areas to the west side of the town and is set in beautifully maintained communal gardens, the majority enjoying a south and easterly aspect.
Flat 4 occupies part of the first floor and takes full advantage of some lovely views over The Sid Valley to the surrounding hills with the town centre and seafront being within walking distance.
The accommodation is superbly presented and benefits from having gas fired central heating and partial uPVC double glazed and secondary glazed windows. This flat also benefits from having two roof terraces which is a real feature and are ideal for entertaining, offering plenty of space and privacy, not forgetting the views across the valley and toward Muttersmoor.
On entering the flat there is a large L shaped lounge/dining room which enjoys a dual aspect with two secondary glazed windows, taking full advantage of the views. The adjoining kitchen has been modernised in more recent years and offers an excellent range of storage units along with marble effect worksurfaces and upstands.
Integrated appliances comprise a built-in electric oven, ceramic hob, fridge/freezer and slimline dishwasher. The kitchen enjoys an easterly aspect with secondary glazed window enjoying the views and there is a useful fold down breakfast table.
In addition to the kitchen is a utility/coats cupboard which has space and plumbing for a washing machine along with a worksurface, shelving and coat hooks.
An inner hall has a uPVC double glazed door giving access to the roof terraces. There are two double bedrooms, the main bedroom enjoying a dual aspect and there is a separate family bathroom which comprises a modern white suite with bath and electric shower over, WC, wash basin and heated towel rail.
The property is approached via a communal driveway which has been recently resurfaced. There is a single garage conveyed with Flat 4 which has an ‘up and over’ door and measures approximately 3.1m x 6m.
The large communal gardens enjoy the views and are mainly laid to lawn with well stocked shrub borders and mature inset trees.
The town centre and seafront are within three quarter of a mile and offer an excellent range of facilities including a broad range of independent shops and High Street chains along with a cinema, theatre and indoor heated swimming pool. Sidmouth is surrounded by some beautiful countryside providing walks and access to the Jurassic Coastal footpath.
We are advised that the property is Leasehold, held on a term of 999 years from 1974. No holiday lets are permitted.
We understand that there is a current service charge of £150 per quarter, this includes the Ground Rent. A further £350 per annum is payable for the share of the building’s insurance.
We are advised by East Devon District Council that the council tax band is D.
POSSESSION Vacant possession on completion.
From the top of the High Street turn left into All Saints Road and continue to the mini roundabout opposite the Woodlands Hotel. Turn left and immediately right into Cotmaton Road and at the cross roads with Glen Road turn right towards Bickwell Valley. Take the next turning left into Boughmore Road keeping right at the top of the road and Seaton Burn will be seen a little way along on the left.
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