2 bedroom semi-detached house for saleChapel Street, Sidbury, Sidmouth, Devon, EX10
Guide Price £185,000
- Sitting Room With Inglenook Fireplace
- Kitchen/Dining Room
- 2 Double Bedrooms
- Bath and shower room
- Courtyard Garden
- Good broadband connection
A charming Grade II Listed terrace cottage in the centre of sought after village. Sitting room with inglenook fireplace. Kitchen/ dining room. Two double bedrooms. Bath and shower room. Courtyard garden.
Situation - Plovers is situated in the popular village of Sidbury providing a good range of local shops and services, including a pub, village shop, butchers, primary school and church. The ancient village is steeped in history and surrounded by delightful rolling East Devon countryside with a variety of footpaths and bridleways.
The elegant coastal town of Sidmouth is a few minutes drive to the South and the market town of Honiton is 8 miles to the North with a further extensive range of facilities and main line railway link. The Cathedral and University City of Exeter is accessed via the A3052 and is approximately 20 minutes drive to the West with M5 junction and International Airport.
There are several well known Golf Courses readily accessible including Sidmouth, East Devon at Budleigh Salterton, Honiton and Woodbury Park towards Exeter.
Description - Plovers is a delightful Grade II Listed thatched terraced house, believed to be over 400 years old, presented in good decorative order and offering spacious and characterful accommodation over two floors. Period features include exposed beams, window seats and painted casement windows. The property would lend itself to those buyers looking for a holiday or second home investment as well as those looking for a permanent period residence.
There are 2 double bedrooms, one with a large walk in dressing room, the other with large airing cupboard with hot water cylinder, slatted shelves and plumbing for washing machine. The bathroom is fitted with both shower and bath, painted fitted cupboard with inset sink. The sitting room is charming and double aspect with inglenook fireplace with multi fuel woodburner and stable door to the courtyard garden. The delightful kitchen/ breakfast room is fitted with a bespoke range of pine cupboards and drawers, Belfast sink, slot in electric cooker, tiled splashback and worktops. The dining area has comfortable fixed timber corner seating, and former fireplace providing an attractive storage area with appliance space to the side.
Outside - To the rear there is a pretty, low maintenance courtyard sized garden with small storage shed, and low hedge boundary. There is a charming rural view enjoyed from the rear of the property across the courtyard to the hills.
Directions - From Honiton proceed on the A375 in a southerly direction towards Sidmouth, and on entering the village of Sidbury pass the Church on the left hand side, continue around a left hand bend and Plovers will be found in a short distance on the left.
Services - Mains electricity, water and drainage connected. Electric heating.
Viewing - By appointment only on 01404 45885.
Web Find - 019073
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