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4 bedroom detached house for sale
Tenure: FreeholdAccommodation Summary
Four bedrooms, three en-suite bathrooms one with dressing room
Family bathroom, WC on each floor
Large kitchen / breakfast / family room
Large dual aspect sitting room with connected dining room
Huge quadruple garage
Large entertainment room / studio or office
From Exeter City centre, follow Cowley Bridge Road out of the City. Turn right into Lower Argyll Road which is located opposite the Esso garage filling station. Take the second turning on the right into Copplestone Close and then follow the road up the hill. Highcroft is located at the top of the hill.
Highcroft is located a short distance from the colourful and historic centre of Exeter, which offers the benefits of a cosmopolitan city, with its out-standing coastal countryside and moor land surroundings.
Exeter boasts a wealth of excellent services of residence, good shopping and leisure facilities, a university and airport with convenient access to the M5 motorway and the Penzance to London main line from its railway stations.
The site of the city of Exeter has been inhabited for over 2000 years and it is possible to see traces of every major period of English history in the architecture of the city.
Dominating the skyline is the Gothic Cathedral.
Exeter offers great shopping facilities from large department stores to speciality boutiques, undercover malls to open air markets, together with a selection of Bistro's and wine bars. In addition to its Cathedral, Exeter benefits from a wealth of attractions such as the under ground, the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, the Guildhall and Quay House visitor centre.
The city hosts a range of quality leisure and sports facilities catering for all ages, including golf, swimming, athletics and has both rugby and football clubs.
The river Exe, Canal and Quayside provide a perfect waterside area for people to live, work and have fun. There is sail, canoeing, rowing and fishing for the sports minded whilst the network of waterside pathways enable both cyclists and walkers to enjoy the natural habitat.
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