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4 bedroom detached house for sale

St. Georges Well Avenue, Cullompton, EX15


Property Description

Key features

  • Beautifully Extended & Presented Detached House
  • Fully Updated With Period Features
  • 19Ft Lounge
  • Four Bedrooms
  • 31Ft Kitchen/Diner
  • 17Ft Master Bedroom With Luxury En-Suite
  • Desirable Sought After Location With Semi-Rural Feel
  • 33Ft Studio/Family Room

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
beautifully presented and extended double bay fronted detached family house built in 1930, in a sought after location. It has been completely updated but still retains period features and has a welcoming and homely feel. The centre of town is within walking distance and yet there is a semi-rural feel with fields, trees, grassed areas or distant views to all aspects. Transport links are excellent, with the motorway less than 5 minutes away and Tiverton Parkway station only 10 minutes’ drive. Set in the heart of Devon, the coast and Devon's beautiful beaches are only 30 minutes drive. This fabulous and spacious home benefits from very high quality bespoke oak framed double glazed windows and doors, gas central heating, and attractive gardens to the front and rear.
The 31ft kitchen/diner is a triple aspect room boasting an abundance of natural light throughout providing a fabulous entertaining and family space. This is complimented by the 18ft Sitting room overlooking the front garden. Both these rooms have bespoke window seats from which to enjoy the front gardens. The 17ft master bedroom benefits from built in wardrobe storage and a luxury en-suite. There are two further large double bedrooms and a large single bedroom and a modern family bathroom.
The ground floor has a unique, spacious and light 33ft Studio/family room which offers the versatility of living accommodation along with the potential to be used for business purposes or converted into separate accommodation. With double doors to the front and the rear garden, a door to the inner hall with access to the rear lobby, cloakroom and utility room this portion of the home could be adapted to be a self-contained annex/apartment style accommodation. A utility/laundry room and cloakroom add further attractions to this family home and there is off-road parking for several vehicles.
Brookside even boasts its own well from which the vegetables, fruits and flowers in the back garden can be watered.


Entrance Porch
Original brick built constructed storm porch with terracotta tiled floor. Bespoke double glazed oak framed glazed side panels with obscure glass and an attractive oak front door lead to the entrance hall.

Entrance Hall
Bright entrance hall with radiator. Power points and telephone point. Door to rear lobby and doors to the sitting room and the kitchen/diner. Oak staircase leading to the first floor landing.

Kitchen / Diner
31'3 x 12'11 ( into bay aspect )
Spacious and light triple aspect room ideal for entertaining.
Dining Area.
Smooth set ceiling. Ceiling light. Bespoke oak framed double glazed bay windows overlooking the front garden with oak window seat. Carpeted flooring. Radiator.
Kitchen Area.
Smooth set ceiling. Inset ceiling spot lights. Oak framed double glazed windows to the side and rear garden areas. Bespoke, hand-made kitchen units with an extensive range of wall and base units with roll edge granite worktops. Inset one and half bowl contemporary sink drainer unit with mixer tap over. Inset 5 ring gas hob with hood over with spot lights. Built-in double oven, and microwave. Integrated dishwasher and integrated recycling storage unit. Space for two appliances with bottle storage units above. Radiator. Tiled flooring. Door through to the rear lobby.

Sitting Room
18'9 x 12'(into bay aspect)
Oak framed double glazed bay windows with bespoke oak window seats overlooking the front garden. Double glazed oak framed window to side aspect. Two radiators. TV aerial point. Feature focal point wall mounted gas fire.

Rear Lobby
12'8 x 7'3
Oak framed double glazed double doors to the patio. Radiator. Door to storage cupboard. Doors to utility room, kitchen/diner, inner hallway and to the entrance hall.

Utility Room
8'3 x 6'4
Double glazed oak framed window to the rear aspect. Range of fitted wall and base units with roll edge work surface over. Inset single bowl sink drainer unit with mixer tap over. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Wall mounted gas boiler. Power points.

Inner Hall
12'2 x 4'11
Smooth set ceiling. Door to cloakroom. Door to the studio family room. Radiator. Power point. Vinyl flooring.

Downstairs Cloakroom
6'3 x 3'6
Double glazed oak framed window. Low level W.C. Pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap over. Radiator.

33'3 x 18'9
A fabulous light and spacious room which offers huge potential for a variety of uses. As well as adding a large family space to the rest of the house, it provides a generous space for those working from home, wanting a studio or office, or it could easily be adapted to provide self-contained accommodation.
Three pairs of double glazed oak framed doors with bottom oak panels are a feature of this room, with the two centre doors opening onto the front aspect. Two double glazed oak framed windows to the rear aspect with double glazed oak framed bi-folding doors opening onto the patio and garden. Three ceiling lights. Eight wall lights. Two radiators.

First Floor Landing
Two ceiling lights. Double glazed oak framed window to the rear aspect, looking out over the rear garden and to fields beyond. . Radiator. Oak balustrade and spindles to the stair case. Loft access. Doors to all bedrooms and family bathroom.

Master Bedroom
17'7 x 12'11(into bay aspect)
Ceiling light. Double glazed oak framed bay windows to the front aspect, overlooking the front garden and with views to distant hills in two directions. Bespoke curved radiator. Two built in wardrobes with double doors. Radiator. Original picture rail. Door to the en-suite.

Master En-suite
8'10 x 6'7
Smooth set ceiling. Double glazed oak framed window to side aspect. Modern white bathroom suite. Tiled enclosed square ended bath with central mixer taps over with wall mounted thermostat shower and splash screen door. Tiled splash back wall areas. Pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap over and tiled splash backs. Low level W.C. Wall mounted heated towel rail.

Bedroom Two
15'1 x 11'11(into bay aspect)
Double glazed oak framed bay windows to front aspect, overlooking the front garden and with views to distant hills in two directions. Bespoke curved radiator. Original picture rail.

Bedroom Three
12'3 x 8'6
Double glazed oak framed window to the side aspect. Radiator. Original picture rail.

Bedroom Four
8'6 x 6'11
Double glazed oak framed window to the front aspect. Radiator. Original picture rail.

7'4 x 5'6
Smooth set ceiling. Double glazed oak framed window to the rear aspect. Panel enclosed bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over. White mosaic tiled splash back wall areas. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low level W.C. Wall mounted heated towel rail. Double doors to the airing storage cupboard.

Rear Garden
A paved patio area leads from the Studio/family room and the rear lobby which currently provides seating and entertaining space. An outside tap is fed from the house's own well.
A few steps lead to a delightful, cottage style garden which incorporates meandering paths, peaceful sitting areas,herbs, flowers, fruit, raised vegetable beds, trees and shrubs. There is a composting and storage area hidden behind a large shed.

Front Garden
Mainly laid to lawn with a variety of flower, tree and shrub borders to the front and side aspects. A curved pathway leads up to the entrance porch. and continues around the side of the property, leading to the rear patio and gardens A tarmacadam driveway provides parking for multiple vehicles leading up to the Studio/family room. Steps from the top of the driveway provide an alternative route to the entrance porch.

Seller’s Comments
Brookside welcomed us from the moment we walked in the door, even though she was feeling a little tired and in need of updating, and we were determined to keep her character and homely feel, when we renovated her. Now she has the convenience of modern living but still has her character and period features like the original 1930’s style doors which I love. She was built in 1930 and we are only the third family to live here. I will leave very fond memories of family celebrations and chatting to friends and family in the kitchen/diner which is always the hub of the house. I will also miss seeing sheep and buzzards on the hills as I gaze out of the window as I work, or lying in bed on a lazy Sunday morning. There is also a family of buzzards on the hills as I gaze out of the window as I work, or lying in bed on a lazy Sunday morning. There is also a family of buzzards that regularly circle over the house and the field behind, and in the summer there are cows in the field below us. When I pulled back my curtains this morning I could see them grazing. I can walk into town in a few minutes but once you are in the house it feels semi-rural with fields, trees, flowers or distant views from every room. I love the abundance of light and the spaciousness and watching the birds in the garden whilst I sip my coffee, sitting in the window seats. Every autumn the squirrels come and pinch the nuts from the twisted hazel and some they bury in the lawn! I have completely remodelled the back garden since being here, upcycling as much as I could from the house when we renovated and tried to create a wildlife friendly garden with peaceful places to sit amidst herbs, flowers and vegetables. Brookside has rather spoilt me and will be a hard act to follow, as I downsize. I will be sad to leave her but It is time to move on. I am very grateful for the safe, happy home she has provided and I know she will welcome a new family who will appreciate her and build their own happy memories here.

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Added on Rightmove:
06 September 2016


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