Warren House is a substantial detached house constructed in 1928, with the current owner having been in residence since 1974. The house offers spacious, four bedroom accommodation arranged over two floors with the ground floor offering three good size reception rooms, the sitting room being triple aspect with bay window and French doors. The property is now in need of renovation. However, gas fired central heating is installed.
The house is set well back from the road and there is a level front garden, which is mainly laid to lawn and offers potential to create further parking and turning. Adjoining the rear of the house there are further areas of garden, which are now somewhat overgrown. Beyond this there is a further area of land, which is approximately three acres in size. We understand that some years ago it formed part of a market garden, however it is now woodland and overgrown.
The property offers a rare opportunity and huge potential.
Warren House is situated on the outskirts of Newton Poppleford, which is a popular East Devon village. Local amenities and bus services to the surrounding area can be found within the village and the popular coastal resort of Sidmouth is within three miles, where there is an excellent range of facilities, as well as the popular Regency Esplanade and beach.
From the centre of Newton Poppleford, heading west, turn left at the mini-roundabout, signposted Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton. Continue, passing Littledown Lane on the right hand side and the house will be seen a little further along on the left hand side.
The accommodation with approximate dimensions comprises:
Part glazed front door to an:
Original tiled flooring. Hand rail. Partly glazed inner door to the:
3.95m x 3.5m (max measurements) (12’9 x 11’3) Original decorative tiled flooring. Radiator. Hand rail. Central heating thermostat. Understairs storage cupboard.
4.25m x 6.8m plus bay window (13’9” x 22’3) Triple aspect, with a wide bay window to the front aspect. French doors to the rear aspect. Picture rail. Three radiators. (There is currently a lift rising from this room to the bedroom above. This will be removed).
4.25m x 3.6m (max measurements) (13’9 x 11’9) Wide bay window to the front aspect. Radiator. TV point. Shelving to recess.
3.95m x 3.3m (12’9 x 10’9) Outlook to the rear aspect. Radiator. Fitted shelved cupboard to recess. Solid fuel Rayburn (not used).
ADJOINING KITCHEN (L’ SHAPED)
4.25m x 3.0m (max measurements) (13’9 x 10’) Dual aspect. Sink unit with mixer tap. Worksurfaces and fitted cupboards. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Space for electric cooker and freezer. Radiator. Part tiled floor.
REAR PORCH Tiled floor.
Low level suite (water not connected). Wall mounted gas fired boiler for hot water and central heating. Electric consumer board.
From the reception hall an attractive turning staircase rises to the:
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
3.95m x 3.5m (max measurements) (12’9 x 11’6) Radiator. Access to the roof space. Two windows.
4.25m x 3.7m (max) (13’9 x 12’3) Outlook to the front aspect. Radiator.
4.25m x 3.7m (13’9 x 12’3) Outlook to the front aspect. Radiator. Fitted shelving and worksurface.
4.25m x 3.1m (max) (13’9 x 10’3) Outlook to the rear aspect. Radiator.
4.25m x 3.1m (13’9 x 10’3) Outlook to the rear aspect. Radiator. Hot water cylinder.
3.95m x 2.1m (12’9 x 7’) Comprising a bath, WC and pedestal wash basin. Radiator. Two windows.
OUTSIDE AND GARDEN
To the front of the property there is a level area of garden, which is mainly laid to lawn and has inset mature trees. A driveway to one side provides parking and turning and gives access to the front door. There is access to both sides of the property and this leads to a large rear garden, which is now somewhat overgrown. We understand that the house, along with the front and rear garden, extends to approximately just under an acre.
Beyond this there is a pathway which leads to a further area of land, which extends to approximately three acres. This area has been left for many years and is now made up of part woodland and overgrown areas.
We understand that mains water, electricity and gas are connected. Drainage is via a septic tank.
We are advised by East Devon District Council that the council tax band is E.
POSSESSION Vacant possession on completion.
AGENTS NOTE 1
The majority of the grounds are overgrown and appear to contain numerous discarded items. When viewing, applicants are requested to take great care and wear appropriate footwear.
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