Salutary Mount, EXETER

Available: £625,000

Summary

Eagle House, Salutary Mount offers an exciting opportunity for those seeking a major refurbishment/development project to acquire a substantial 'double fronted' period residence in the heart of Heavitree with large south-west facing gardens and a walled vegetable garden. The property offers the potential to be restored to its former glory as a large high end family home and there is good reason to believe that a large extension to the rear would be permitted to take full advantage of the sunny aspect and picturesque view down the private and established gardens. The property comes with two front doors and two staircases and will split naturally to form two houses without the need to carry out external alterations to the main frontage.

Eagle House was built in the late 19th Century and forms part of a group of houses with individual designs arranged as a terrace development. Some of the other houses in the group are listed Grade II and were built in the early 19th Century as part of a development known as Salutary Mount. Eagle House has a rendered façade with two bay windows to the ground floor. Two statues of eagles act as prominent finials to a parapet which fronts slated roofs and a range of chimney stacks. The eagle motif is repeated in a circular plaque to the centre of the elevation over the main entrance.

Triple garaging is approached by vehicle from Church Terrace and the large walled vegetable garden lies behind the garages. The property already comes with impressive formal gardens and these garages could be demolished and re-built at the far end of the vegetable garden to create a large expanse of walled off road parking for several vehicles, caravan, motor home, boat etc.

N.B. It should be noted that a piece of land was sold to the current owners of the adjoining property by the former owners of Eagle House and a covenant still exists today to prevent any building.

We understand the property offers development potential to be converted into luxury apartments or be divided into two separate homes. The walled vegetable garden also offers potential to be developed into a block of purpose built apartments, each with own private parking spaces, while still retaining vehicle access to the main house. Any development will be subject to planning permission and professional architect plans are available to view by appointment with Burgoynes Estate Agents on 01392 499823.
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EPC RATING: F Tenure: Freehold

Room Details

Entrance Vestibule

Providing access to the annexe accommodation and the reception hall/study for main part of house..

Reception Hall/Study

One of many reception rooms in this grand property. Bay window to front aspect. Arched opening leads to..

Inner Hallway

This inner hallway spans the length of the property from the front of the house to the back and acts as a natural dividing point should a developer or investment buyer wish to split the property in anyway (subject to P.P.). Staircase rising to first floor. Door to rear garden. Doors to drawing room and extra large lounge/diner.

Extra Large Lounge/Diner

This impressive dual aspect room spans the length of the property with bay window to front aspect and Juliet style patio doors to the rear garden. Access to ground floor kitchen area and pantry. Door to utility/cloakroom WC.

Kitchen

A long kitchen with fitted cupboards, sink unit and pantry at far end. Window to front aspect.

Utility/Cloakroom WC

Sink unit and window. Doors to rear garden and Cloakroom WC.

Drawing Room

A large room with bay window to rear aspect providing a pleasant south-westerly outlook across the attractive rear garden. Access to annexe entrance hall.

Annexe

Entrance Vestibule

A separate front entrance vestibule to the main house opening into the..

Annexe Entrance Hall

Concealed under stair cupboard giving access to cellar. Staircase rising to first floor. Built-in cupboards. Doors to main house reception hall/study, drawing room and annexe living room.

Annexe Living Room

Windows to side and rear aspects. Fireplace. Built-in cupboards. Doors to rear garden and annexe kitchen.

Annexe Kitchen

Window to rear garden with sink unit under. Door to annexe inner hallway.

Annexe Inner Hallway

Walk-in pantry with window. Doors to bathroom, spacious walk-in store and cloakroom/WC. Rear entrance door to garden.

Bathroom

Fitted with a bath and sink unit Window to rear aspect.

Walk-in Store

A spacious walk-in store room.

Cloakroom/WC

Window to rear aspect

First Floor

Landing

Approached via two staircase (main house and annexe). Staircase rising to second floor. Bay window to rear aspect with pleasant elevated views across the attractive rear garden. Doors to..

Bedroom 1

Window to front aspect with outlook across the surrounding area.

Bedroom 2

Bay window to rear aspect with attractive south-westerly view across the rear garden.

Bedroom 3

Window to front aspect with outlook across the surrounding area.

Bedroom 4

Bay window to rear aspect with attractive south-westerly view across the rear garden.

Bedroom 5

Window to rear aspect with attractive south-westerly view across the rear garden.

Bedroom 6

Window to front aspect with outlook across the surrounding area.

Bathroom 1

Three piece suite with corner bath unit, sink unit and close coupled WC. Window to front aspect.

Bathroom 2

A long and narrow bathroom fitted with a three piece suite. Standard bath, sink unit and close coupled WC. Window to rear aspect.

Second Floor

Landing

Doors to..

Bedroom 7

Window to side aspect.

Bedroom 8

Window to side aspect. Door to eaves storage space.

Outside

Grounds

We understand the grounds extend to 0.29 acres. The property comes with an area of garden frontage and an impressive 'L' shaped rear garden with glorious south-westerly aspect, large walled vegetable garden and a row of three garages approachable by vehicle via Church Terrace. Garden store/shed. Potting shed.