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Featured Properties

Near Exeter

The property dates from about 1834 and it is constructed of red sandstone beneath a thatched roof and with a rounded wing at one end, where the thatched roof is brought down over a verandah on posts. From this end of the house there are some particularly fine views south and east across open countryside to the sea. There is a castellated single-storey extension believed to date from the 1950’s which expanded the kitchen and which has also provided for a shower room and utility room (to which an attractive conservatory has been added).

The accommodation is arranged over several levels and is full of charm and character. Three rooms at the eastern end are circular and there is a fine library with direct access to the gardens.

The gardens are a particular feature and they include attractive terraced lawns, winding gravel pathways, a host of mature trees and shrubs (including rhododendrons and a delightful rose garden) and at the lowest part of the gardens, which adjoin woodland, there is a pond.

The detached annexe provides useful occasional accommodation or studio/workshop space, and includes its own part-covered verandah with fine views. There are excellent parking and garaging facilities, plus a vegetable plot.
Guide Price £595,000

Paignton

THE SITE
The Church Hall adjoins the former United Reformed Church, an impressive building on Dartmouth Road close to Paignton town centre (which is itself the subject of a residential conversion to a single dwelling). All of the town centre amenities and the sea front are within easy reach. The site is close to the bus station and to Paignton Railway Station.

PLANNING
Torbay Council granted planning consent and listed building consent (refs. P/2014/1156 and P/2014/1157) on 9 March 2015 for the conversion of the church hall into five residential apartments and the demolition of an external brick-built boiler room. The planning is deemed to have been implemented as the boiler room has now been demolished. CIL obligations have been discharged.

In addition, plans have been drawn up for two additional flats as a rear extension to the hall. These proposals have met with a positive pre-application response from the planning authority who have stated that they would be likely to gain officer support.

Potential buyers might also take account of the potential for office, leisure and retail use following previous successful planning applications P/2008/0237 and P/2008/0236

EXISTING ACCOMMODATION

Main front door to..

Entrance Hall
Doors to both the side yard and into the..

Main Hall 13.9m x 9.20m (45'6" x 30'2")
A fine dual aspect space which includes a large arched window. Timber flooring.

Door to side lobby.

Ladies and Gents WC's.

Inner Hall
Door to Commercial Road and a further door giving access to a small enclosed yard.

Office 3.65m x 3.42m (11'10" x 11'2")

Kitchen 7.40m x 3.37m (24'3" x 11')
Currently with a double drainer stainless steel sink unit and fitted kitchen units. Pedestal wash basin.

OUTSIDE
To the rear of the building and accessed via Commercial Road is a parking area with space for at least 2 cars. This area offers scope to extend the existing hall and to create additional units (subject to planning permission).

Further outside space on either side of the building will provide amenity space for the converted units.

TENURE
Freehold with vacant possession on completion.

SERVICES
Mains electricity, water, drainage, and gas are available. Prospective purchasers are, however, advised to make their own enquiries of the relevant service providers.
Guide Price £250,000

Lympstone

A spacious detached family home located in a residential cul-de-sac in this much sought after Exe estuary village. The house provides versatile and well planned accommodation which includes five bedrooms, or four bedrooms plus an excellent study or playroom depending upon requirements. Three of the bedrooms are located on the first floor where there is a fine master bedroom suite. The ground floor has been extended to provide a lovely bright dining room with a vaulted ceiling which leads off a very well fitted kitchen and both this room and the lounge open on to a large sundeck. Outside is a well maintained and sunny south-facing garden and there are excellent off road parking facilities in addition to the garage.

Lympstone is situated on the eastern side of the beautiful
River Exe estuary and affords excellent access into the Cathedral City of Exeter (7 miles) either by road, rail or along the estuary cycle path. The village has a thriving local community with a good range of local facilities including pubs, shop and post office, church and primary school.

The busy coastal resort of Exmouth with its blue flag sandy beach is only 2 miles to the South, while on the edge of the village is Lympstone Manor, the historic Grade II listed Georgian country house hotel.

There is no onward chain with this property.


ACCOMMODATION

Reception Hall
Timber floor. Radiator. Cupboard understairs.

Sitting Room
A bright dual aspect room with bi-fold doors to the sundeck. Woodburner with a slate hearth and solid timber mantlepiece above. Wooden floor. Coved ceiling. Radiator. TV point. Dimmer switch and downlighters. Folding doors to...

Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Comprehesively fitted with matching base and eye-level units in a white finish and incorporating a ceramic twin bowl sink and polished granite worktops with tiled
splashbacks, Neff oven and microwave, electric hob with extractor hood over, built-in dishwasher. Slate flooring, under-floor heating, UPVC double glazed window. Island unit with polished granite worktop and cupboards beneath. Downlighters. Opening into...

Dining Area
A light and airy dual aspect room overlooking the garden. Constructed in solid oak and with a vaulted ceiling and folding doors to the sundeck. Slate flooring. Radiator. Downlighters.

Utility Room
"Butler" sink and wooden worktop with a tiled splashback Wall cupboards. Space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.

Bedroom 4
Upvc double glazed window. Wooden floor. Coved ceiling. Downlighters and dimmer switch. Radiator. Telephone point. Door leading to

En-suite Shower
Tiled cubicle with an "Architecht" shower unit. Downlighter and glazed screen door. Extractor. Slate flooring. Hand wash basin. Close-coupled WC. Heated towel rail. Shaver point.

Bedroom 5
Currently used as a playroom/snug. Upvc double glazed window and double built-in wardrobe. Radiator. Coved ceiling. Downlighters. Dimmer switch.

Ground Floor Bathroom
White suite comprising a whirlpool bath with a shower over and a curved glazed shower screen. Vanity unit with a timber shelf and cupboards. Shaver point. Tiled splashbacks. Close-coupled WC. Heated towel rail. Radiator. Wooden flooring. Obscured Upvc double glazed window. Downlighters.

Stairs to Spacious Landing
Upvc double glazed window. Radiator. Downlighters.

Master Bedroom Suite

Bedroom 1
An L-shaped room with a dual aspect and Upvc double glazed windows. Downlighters. Radiator. Access to eaves storage.

Dressing Room
A sloping ceiling with a Velux double glazed window. Radiator. Spotlights.

Shower Room
A double width shower cubicle with a 'soaker' shower and a glazed screen door. Obscured Upvc double glazed window. Extractor. Hand wash basin. Close-coupled WC. Heated towel rail with radiator. Shaver point. Toiletry shelf.

Bedroom 2
An L-shaped room with a sloping ceiling. Radiator. Upvc double glazed window and a Velux double glazed window. Access to eaves storage.

Bedroom 3
Upvc double glazed window. Radiator. Large built-in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving.

Bathroom
A white suite comprising a panelled bath with a shower mixer tap and a soaker shower head and a tiled surround. Hand wash basin. Mirror fronted cabinet. Close-coupled WC. Heated towel rail. Obscured Upvc double glazed window. Downlighters. Extractor.

OUTSIDE
A private drive leading to the...

Garage
Power and lighting. Electricity consumer unit. Gas meter. Door to Utility Room.

Alongside the driveway there is an additional gravel parking area.

The rear south-facing garden is a sun-trap. It is enclosed and comprises a neat level lawn with well stocked flower and shrub borders. The large timber sundeck is accessed from both the sitting room and the dining room. There is access along the side of the house to the front.


Guide Price £599,999