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Kent Close, Exeter

£229,000 Guide Price
  • Type: Terraced House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Council Tax Band: B
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Property Summary

A spacious 3 bedroom mid-terraced house in favoured cul-de-sac location within easy walking distance of local amenities, Lidl supermarket, Ludwell Valley Park, regular bus route, RD&E Hospital, Heavitree shops and pleasure park. The property is offered in dated condition and requires significant investment to modernise and refurbish. An exciting project opportunity for first time buyers or landlord investors seeking a well placed property for the rental market.
A level, well enclosed rear garden is laid to lawn and there is on street parking in the cul-de-sac. Some neighbouring home owners have converted their front gardens into off road parking and this may be possible subject to obtaining the necessary P.P.

Full Details

Entrance Hall

Lounge/Diner 6.37m x 3.24m (20'10" x 10'7")

Kitchen 2.95m x 2.81m (9'8" x 9'2")

Utility/Lobby 3.24m x 1.83m maximum (10'7" x 6'0" maximum)

Bedroom 1 3.30m x 3.27m (10'9" x 10'8")

Bedroom 2 3.81m x 2.99m (12'5" x 9'9")
An irregular shaped room, maximum measurements only.

Bedroom 3 3.25m x 1.88m (10'7" x 6'2")


Separate WC


Location Information - See online
City Centre 1.5 miles, Exeter International Airport 4 miles, M5 Motorway (junctions 29 & 30) 2.5 miles, Exeter Business Park at Sowton, Honiton 17 miles, Taunton 28 miles, Exmouth 10 miles, Plymouth 45 miles, (approximate distances only)

Kent Close is located in a popular and convenient residential area within easy walking distance of a regular bus service to and from the city centre, Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital (RD&E), Heavitree Pleasure Park & Ludwell Valley Park, a local LIDL supermarket, nearby schools and a comprehensive range of retail and other local services located in the centre of Heavitree. The property also lies within easy reach of the M5 Motorway, Exeter Business Park at Sowton and several out of town superstores. Furthermore, energetic children can explore a wide range of recreational activities at two nearby parks, Heavitree Pleasure Park and Hamlin Lane Playing Fields. Heavitree Park is the closest park with a range of recreational activities including a bowls club, tennis courts, BMX dirt jumps, children's play area, a half size basket ball court and kick about goals. Hamlin Lane Playing Fields host up to five full-sized football pitches, changing rooms and other site amenities including a cycle training pad.

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 stunning medieval Cathedral, refurbished Royal Albert Memorial Museum and an historic maritime quayside. The city also has an excellent choice of state and independent schools and 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.