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Bishop Westall Road, Exeter

£299,500 Guide Price
  • Type: Terraced House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Council Tax Band: C
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Property Summary

An extended and well-appointed 3 bedroom mid-link house, quietly, situated in favoured residential cul-de-sac, backing onto trees and Ludwell Valley Park. This spacious property enjoys an exceptional location and comes with an enlarged lounge/diner, modern kitchen/breakfast room, downstairs cloakroom/WC, and the home comforts of gas central heating and uPVC double glazing. Moreover, the property comes with a longer than average well landscaped rear garden and a substantial block built workshop/garden store with large timber double doors opening onto a wider than average pedestrian rear access path.

This is the perfect location for those seeking a quiet residential area surrounded by trees within just a few hundred yards of an access point linking to Ludwell Valley Park adding extra appeal for walking enthusiasts/dog owners.

Strong interest anticipated and early viewings recommended to avoid disappointment.

Full Details

Entrance Porch

Reception Hall 4.18m x 1.78m (13'8" x 5'10")
Maximum measurements - 5.84m x 1.78m

Cloakroom WC

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 4.79m x 2.87m (15'8" x 9'4")

Lounge/Diner 7.36m x 4.78m max measurments (24'1" x 15'8" max m

On The First Floor


Bedroom 1 3.97m x 2.70m (13'0" x 8'10")

Bedroom 2 3.60m x 2.68m (11'9" x 8'9")

Bedroom 3 2.92m x 2.04m (9'6" x 6'8")

Shower Room 2.00m x 1.90m (6'6" x 6'2")

Workshop/Garden Store 4.81m x 3.90m average measurements (15'9" x 12'9"

Location Information
City Centre 3 miles, M5 motorway (junction 30) 1.5 miles, Estuary town of Topsham 2 miles, Taunton 28 miles, Coastal towns of Budleigh Salterton 12.5 miles, Exmouth 10 miles and Sidmouth 14 miles, (approximate distances only).

Mercer Court is off of Bishop Westall Road which is conveniently situated within easy access of the city centre and the commuter network of transport links, principally the M5, A.30 and A38. Walking enthusiasts can enjoy the convenience of a public footpath linking to Ludwell Valley Park just a few hundred yards away and Exeter's historic and vibrant maritime quayside can be accessed off Topsham Road along the Eastern bank of the river past the Salmon Pool and Trews Weir. You can also enjoy easy riverside cycle rides to two of the most popular riverside pubs in the area, namely, Double Locks and Turf Locks. The popular local pub, The Tally Ho, is situated off School Lane (approximately 0.5 miles). Further recreational facilities include the nearby King George V Playing Fields and a cycle track that meanders up the Exe Estuary and across the wetland nature reserve on the other side of the river. The Exeter and Golf and Country Club is also close by. By water, a mile or so downstream from Countess Wear Road is the historic estuary town of Topsham, once the old port of Exeter and now providing every facility for water sports and boat owners – boatyards, waterside inns, sailing clubs etc. At Topsham, the estuary broadens dramatically, and continues between green hills to the English Channel at Exmouth. Furthermore, you are only ten minutes driving distance from the airport and twenty minutes from the coastal towns of Budleigh Salterton and Exmouth. A convenient bus service on Topsham Road affords you with regular public transport to and from the city centre and Topsham. The naval city of Plymouth is approximately 45 minutes by car.

Exeter is one of the country’s most famous Roman cities steeped in history with all the amenities and features of a modern day regional capital including a medieval cathedral, refurbished museum (Royal Albert Memorial Museum), historic maritime quayside plus an excellent choice of state and independent schools. Exeter University is one of the most popular universities in Britain consistently ranking within the top ten of many league tables. Exeter International airport is five miles east of the city, and there are excellent rail and road links including the mainline services to London (Paddington and Waterloo), the Midlands and the north of England plus excellent motorway connections with the national network at junctions 29, 30 and 31 of the M5 reaching a wide range of destinations.