Station Road, EXETER

Sale Agreed: £185,000

Summary

A beautifully charming 18th century 2 bedroom cottage bursting with character features in the heart of Broadclyst village. With a desirable end of terrace position, and a large detached garden, this property will appeal to first time buyers and period property enthusiasts looking for a conveniently situated home in a popular village location within easy reach of all major transport routes.
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EPC RATING: E Tenure: Freehold

Room Details

uPVC part glazed front entrance door to..

Entrance Vesituble

Original wood, part glazed, stable style door to..

Living Room

12' x 10' 6" (3.66m x 3.20m) Radiator. Telephone point. Television point. Attractive feature inglenook fireplace recess with wood burner. Original natural wood floorboards. Feature wooden beams to ceiling (a feature throughout the property). Wall mounted lights. Built-in book shelving in recesses either side of chimney breast. Staircase rising to first floor. Under stair storage cupboard with cabinet over containing the electricity consumer unit. Wall mounted heating thermostat control dial. uPVC double glazed window to front aspect.

Kitchen

12' 7" x 11' 6" (3.84m x 3.51m) A well appointed open-plan, charming cottage style kitchen with dual aspect windows. Cottage style wall mounted shelving unit and plate rack with base units below. Solid wood work surface areas with tiled splashback surround. Belfast style sink with attractive brass fitted mixer tap. Wall mounted cupboard containing the combination boiler. Space for electric/gas cooker. Appliance space and plumbing for an automatic slim-line dishwasher and freestanding larder style fridge/freezer. Downlighting set in ceiling. Attractive mosaic style floor tiles. Cottage style stable door providing access to the rear of the property. uPVC double glazed window to front aspect with inviting window seat below. Window to rear aspect.

First Floor

Landing

Access to roof space. Doors to..

Bedroom 1

13' 7" x 12' 1" (4.14m x 3.68m) A unique and spacious master bedroom with attractive feature curved wall with period cast iron fireplace and wooden beams to ceiling (a feature to all rooms in the property). Radiator. Television point. Telephone point. Built-in uPVC double glazed window to front aspect with pleasant outlook across the surrounding neighbourhood and nearby school.

Bathroom

9' 4" x 4' 9" (2.84m x 1.45m) Radiator. White three piece suite. Vintage style close coupled WC. Wash hand basin unit with vanity storage cupboard below. Convenient shelf and wall mounted mirror with electric light above sink area. Panelled bath with mixer tap, wall mounted hand shower attachment and shower screen. Downlighting set in ceiling. uPVC double glazed window to rear aspect.

Bedroom 2

10' 8" x 7' 4" (3.25m x 2.24m) Radiator. Feature curved walls. Wall mounted lighting. uPVC double glazed window to front aspect with pleasant outlook across the surrounding neighbourhood and nearby school.

Outside

On street parking. To the side of the property there is storage space for waste and recycling bins and a gate gives access to the rear of the property. This side access is shared with neighbouring properties to grant access to a rear pathway which also leads to a small storage shed and steps up to the detached garden for 1 Station Road. A separate outbuilding belonging to 1 Station Road houses a small utility/workshop area containing storage cupboard units with roll edged work surface areas and space and plumbing for two utility appliances (washing machine).

The detached garden is only a stones throw away from the property and enjoys a private elevated position with pleasant outlook onto neighbouring gardens and a nearby thatched cottage. This garden is bordered with wooden fence and attractive beds featuring a range of specimen plants, herbs, and fruits. A gravelled path meanders through the centre of the lawn leading up to a gated compost area and a wooden storage shed.