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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

The Stables, Shute

Under Offer £305,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed Terraced House
  • 3 Bedroom Stable Conversion
  • Beautiful Surrounding Countryside Views
  • Delightful Private & Communal Gardens
  • Single Garage & Communal Parking
  • 999 Year Lease with 1/7 Share of Freehold

Full description

Grade II Listed terraced house with 3 bedrooms, lovely garden, garage and parking. The Stables were converted in 1974 into seven properties and have kept many features throughout, situated in a beautiful semi-rural location.

12' 0'' x 9' 9'' (3.664m x 2.979m) max. narrowing to 7' 5" (2.254m)
Window to rear. Multi-pane glazed door to conservatory. Matching range of base and wall units in a shaker style in cream. Laminate work tops with small breakfast bar at end. Inset electric hob with electric grill and oven below. Extractor hood above. Stainless steel 1.5 bowl single drainer sink unit with mixer tap over. Tiled splash back. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Space and plumbing for slim line dishwasher. Space under stairs for upright fridge/freezer. TV and telephone points. Continues into a larder space. Radiator. Laminate floor. Door to:

17' 7'' x 8' 7'' (5.360m x 2.617m)
Dwarf walls to 3 sides with wooden double glazed windows over. Glazed single door to one side of conservatory and glazed double doors to other end both leading to patio and garden. Polycarbonate roof. Multi pane glazed double doors into living room. Laminate floor.

Bedroom 1: 
18' 1'' x 9' 9'' (5.507m x 2.979m) max. narrowing to 5' 9" (1.747m)
Dual aspect room with window to front and to rear. Deep window sills. Fitted wardrobes and drawers to one wall. Radiator. TV and telephone point. Exposed beam to ceiling.

Bedroom 2: 
16' 1'' to wardrobe x 10' 7'' (4.911m x 3.233m) max. narrowing to 4' 5" (1.339m)
Window to rear. Deep window sill. Radiator. TV and telephone points. Built in wardrobe with sliding door.

Bedroom 3: 
10' 0'' x 7' 8'' (3.047m x 2.344m) max. narrowing to 5' 5" (1.650m)
Window to rear. Deep window sill. Radiator. TV and telephone points. Wooden floor. Exposed beam to ceiling. 10' 0'' x 5' 5'' (3.047m x 1.650m)

10' 1'' max. x 4' 10'' (3.069m x 1.461m)
Window to front with deep sill. Modern white suite comprising panelled bath with half height tiled surround. Walk in shower cubicle with glazed screen and towel rail - fully tiled. WC. Wash hand basin set in deep window sill with mixer tap over and tiled splash back. Cupboard below. High level storage cupboards above bath area. Chrome ladder style radiator combined towel rail. Wooden flooring. Exposed beam.

The Property: 
The Stables is a Grade II Listed conversion of the former stable range which belonged to Shute House. Converted in 1974 into seven properties, The Stables retains many original features throughout. Accessed down a long drive way, with breath taking views towards the Axe Estuary, sweeping countryside and sea in the distance, splits at a grass triangle leading to Shute House and The Stables. The drive way leads to the garages and a semi-circular courtyard, with communal parking. The rooms throughout are of an unusual, yet interesting shape, compromising living room, kitchen, conservatory, 3 bedrooms, bathroom, WC and garage. The house has wooden single glazed sash windows throughout, bar the conservatory which is wooden double glazed, and oil fired central heating. The property has been updated throughout the years, with the addition of the conservatory, a new kitchen, and more recently a new bathroom and oil fired combi boiler. The features which have been retained throughout...

All measurements approximate, includes:

Entrance Hall: 
1/2 glazed wooden doors to living room and kitchen. Radiator. Door to WC.

White suite comprising WC, wall mounted wash hand basin with tiled splash back and mirror above. Extractor fan. Radiator. Consumer unit.

Living Room: 
21' 3'' including stairs x 18' 11'' (6.475m x 5.773m) max. narrowing to 13' 0" (3.964m)
Dual aspect room with sash window to front and window to rear. Multi-pane glazed double doors to conservatory. Multi fuel wood burner. TV point. Radiator. Space for small dining table. 2 fitted book shelves to one corner. Fitted shelves to stairs. Coved ceiling. Stairs to first floor.

Shute is a small, semi-rural, village in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty located between Colyton and Axminster and about 6 miles from the Jurassic Coast in Seaton. In Shute, there is a good primary school, church and bus service into Colyton and Axminster for day to day requirements. Kilmington is just over a mile away and offers a local shop and post office. The surrounding towns and villages also have good primary and secondary schools, one of which being the renowned Colyton Grammar School approximately 4 miles away. Colyton is a small historic market town with convenience stores, hairdressers, post office, butcher, pharmacy and library. Axminster, also about 4 miles away, is an old market town made famous by the Axminster carpet company, offering similar to Colyton with a selection of shops, doctors surgeries, dentists, opticians and other small independent shops as well as a mainline rail link to London (Waterloo) and the County town of Exeter with its regional...

From the top of Colyton Market Place (by the Library), take Market Place, towards the Square, bare right onto Dolphin Street and continue along this road onto Station Road and then Lisham's Drain. Half way up the hill, turn left into Colyton Road towards Shute. For approximately 1 mile, follow this road over a small bridge and round to the left onto Shute Road. Continue along Shute Road for about 1 mile and then right into Ashes Road and immediately right again on Haddon Road. Follow Haddon Road for approximately half a mile, and you will approach a 'cross roads' junction - to the right is the drive way which leads down to The Stables and Shute House. Continue along this drive way and you will reach a triangular shaped area of grass, bare left here and you will see The Stables in front. Number 4 is located in the semi-circle.

Strictly by appointment through Fortnam Smith & Banwell (Seaton) Ltd - Telephone 01297 23939.

To the rear of the property, is an attractive paved patio area with space for table and chairs. The oil fired combi boiler is located outside the kitchen, and there is an external water tap and courtesy light. From the patio, accessed both sides, are steps leading up to the rest of the garden, which has a lovely seating area half way decorated at different levels with plants and shrubs and beautiful stone work in which a bench has been built in. At the top of the steps, you reach the garden - a good sized garden where a large English Oak tree stands, which is approximately 250 years old, and from this top garden there are delightful views towards the countryside. Mainly laid to lawn with small trees, shrubs, a few fruit trees, a vegetable bed and a shed towards the back. The outside space is fully enclosed. At the back of the garden is a gate which leads onto the communal grounds for The Stables which connect with the grounds that lead to Shute House. In the grounds that...

17' 9'' x 8' 6'' (5.4m x 2.6m)
En bloc. Up and over door. Window to rear. Next to the garage is the bin store and oil tank for the property.

We are advised the property is Leasehold with a 1/7 share of the Freehold. The lease is held on 999 year lease which we are advised commenced in 1984.

Service Charges: 
The management company for The Stables is 'Shute Stables Management Company Ltd' which the AGM is held in November. Each property pays £150pa which covers the communal grounds grass cutting, 3rd party insurance for the Turkey Oak Tree and communal grounds, septic tank drainage and a small sinking fund.

Mains water and electricity connected. Shared septic tank. Oil fired central heating.

Council Tax: 
We are advised the property is in Council Tax Band E.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
17 August 2016


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