7 bedroom semi-detached house for saleWinterbourne Road, Teignmouth
An attractive Edwardian semi detached villa with much character occupying a south-facing position with good SEA VIEWS. Expansive accommodation good for HOME AND INCOME with large receptions, seven bedrooms and s/contained ANNEX. Lovely mature gardens, garage/store, parking.
ENTRANCE HALL * +KITCHEN/DINING ROOM * SITTING ROOM * UTILITY/BOOT ROOM * GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM * ANNEX * SUN LOUNGE/CONSERVATORY * STUDY * 7 BEDROOMS * BED/SITTING ROOM * FAMILY BATHROOM * GARAGE/WORKSHOP * PARKING
Attractive Edwardian Villa within half a mile of promenade and town centre. Good for home and income.Parking and workshop (former garage)
Hill Rise is well positioned within pleasant residential setting relatively close to the railway station, a Waitrose store and within less than half a mile of the town centre and promenade. Teignmouth is positioned on the lovely South Devon coastline, approximately 13 miles from the cathedral city and county town of Exeter. There is a fine promenade with sandy beaches, including a classic crescent of imposing Georgian buildings. There are boating opportunities on the estuary and the “back beach” has a selection of pubs and restaurants in a superb marine setting. The town has a wide variety of independent shops and cafes, along with several excellent public houses. Additionally there is a recently opened theatre and bowling club close to the sea front. Teignmouth has several primary schools, along with a well-regarded secondary school/Community College, which is an easy walk away from Hill Rise and Trinity School, being a private school offering both primary and secondary education. The nearby mainline railway station offers a direct link to London Paddington. The junction to the A380 via the B3192 is just under 5-miles away, which can be used to access the A38 and the M5, offering an easy commute to Exeter and beyond.
Hill Rise is a fine Edwardian semi detached villa, being a former guest house. There are a wealth of character features and the property enjoys a lovely south-facing position with most of the principal rooms enjoying good views across the town towards the sea. The accommodation is expansive, with a beautiful rustic kitchen/dining room with bay window and log burner providing a wonderful “focal point” for day to day living. There is an equally appealing sitting room, a large utility and, the remaining ground floor rooms are arranged as an appealing annex, providing good home and income possibilities with a lounge/kitchen, a large sun room/conservatory opening to an expansive deck, a modern bathroom, a double bedroom and a further sun room/bedroom. The remaining accommodation is arranged over the upper two floors and is currently arranged as seven bedrooms, two with en suites, a study and the family bathroom. Bedroom two opens to a wonderful balcony with ornate iron work and balustrade. Outside the attractive mature landscaped gardens, lawn and terraces offer good possibilities for inside/outside living, al fresco dining and also enjoy good views. Additionally there is a courtyard, ample parking and a former garage, currently arranged as a workshop.
A paved entrance terrace has steps to the panelled and part glazed front door to:
Mosaic floor tiles and a feature panel and part glazed door with attractive carved surrounds to:
A welcoming entrance giving a real sense of character and having stairs with a carved newell post and balustrade to the first floor. Exposed floorboards. Cornice and feature arch with mouldings to ceiling. Panel doors to principal rooms.
A wonderful open plan space providing a good “hub” for the house with exposed floorboards and a rustic, bespoke kitchen area with extensive areas of Aroca work surface with inset ceramic and circular sink units. Space for range style stove, set in a chimney breast with attractive tiled surrounds. Numerous cupboards, drawers and open shelves. Space for dishwasher. Cornice to ceiling and a uPVC double glazed side window has good views over the surrounding area. The kitchen area opens to the attractive dual aspect dining room, a lovely space for entertaining with cornice and central rose to ceiling, a picture rail and exposed floorboards. A feature fireplace has a log burner set on a tiled hearth. A uPVC double glazed bay window overlooks the gardens, as well as having views towards the sea.
Another lovely room with much character and charm having a uPVC double glazed bay window taking good views as described in the dining room. Cornice and central rose to ceiling.
A good large practical space with exposed floorboards and area of work surface with sink unit and plumbing for a washing beneath.
GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM/WC
Fully tiled with a three-piece suite, having a large walk-in “wet room” style shower area.
The rear porch opens to the courtyard area back of the house with an outhouse housing the boiler supplying gas-fired central heating.
A small lobby separates the ground floor house from the:
A really good space for ancillary living/home and income with an open-plan large kitchen/lounge. The kitchen area has a good range of units and extensive work surfaces with tiled spash backs, and an inset 1 and 1/4 bowl sink unit, space for a cooker and undersurface space for a washing machine. The lounge area opens to:
A large dual aspect space with sea views that in turn opens to the large south-facing decked terrace with timber balustrade.
With cupboard and opening to the remaining rooms in the annex, comprising of a double bedroom and a sun room/bedroom, as well as a modern bathroom with a three-piece white suite, having a panel bath with tiled surround and shower over.
A mezzanine landing has a feature moulded arch and panel doors to:
A uPVC double glazed window has good views towards Teignmouth Pier and out to sea.
Also approach from the mezzanine there is a storeroom and a cloakroom WC.
Staircase with carved newel post and feature balustrade rises to the second floor, panel doors to principal first route first floor rooms.
uPVC double glazed bay window with views towards Teignmouth Pier, parts of the town, St Michaels Church and out to sea. Picture rail and large walk-in cupboard with window.
A superb dual aspect room with good sea views, as described and tri-fold doors to a south facing balcony with ornate balustrade and iron work. Picture rail
Side facing window with views over the surrounding area and a small en suite shower room. Picture rail.
uPVC double glazed window. Vanity unit with wash handbasin. Small en suite shower room/WC.
SECOND FLOOR LANDING
A split landing with a lower level having access to a roof terrace with good see views, as well as a large airing cupboard and the:
Modern three-piece suite with Jacuzzi-style bath having a full height tiled surround, an attached shower screen and shower over. Vanity unit with inset wash handbasin. WC. Painted floorboards. Recessed medicine cabinet.
PRINCIPLE SECOND FLOOR LANDING:
Feature balustrade and large cupboard, panel doors to:
Set out in two parts with a small kitchenette and a lounge/bedroom area.
TWO FURTHER SECOND FLOOR BEDROOMS:
Having gable windows, affording see views and with one of these rooms has a vanity unit with inset wash handbasin.
Hill Rise benefits from wonderful south-facing terraces and mature gardens set out on different levels with internal interconnecting steps and pathways. A large decked terrace adjoins the aforementioned annex. A paved terrace adjoins the entrance area serving the main house. The main expanse of garden is laid to a relatively level shaped lawn with mature adjoining areas of bedding, having a good variety of shrubs, small small trees and flowering plants. There are apple trees, a Victoria Plum and a fig tree. There are three interconnecting ponds linked by a water feature, two of which have mature water plants and water lilies. There are outside stores, two timber sheds and a feature landscaped area of garden is set at a lower level with a timber bridge and deck above. A gravel area has a mature Magnolia and a raised garden has care fruits. A rustic arch opens to the remaining gardens. There is the courtyard to the rear of the house, a parking area approached from Winterbourne Road and a former garage, currently in use as a workshop.
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