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5 bedroom detached house for sale

East Budleigh Road, Budleigh Salterton, Devon, EX9

Sold STC £895,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Extremely sought after coastal town
  • Striking distance from the town centre
  • Sea views
  • Substantial home of over 2,500 sq ft
  • Set in 0.7 of an acre
  • Wonderful grounds, ample parking and garaging

Full description

A substantial family home with wonderful gardens, set in 0.68 of an acre with sea views. 2 reception rooms, snug, conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room, 2 utility rooms, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms (1 en suite) study/5th bedroom. Gardens. 2 garages. Outbuildings. EPC Band E.

Situation - Budleigh Salterton is a wonderful coastal resort on the World Heritage Jurassic coastline in the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The beautiful two mile beach, framed by the picturesque sandstone cliffs, is renowned for its pebbles and wonderful vistas, and is considered one of the most desirable coastal locations in the UK. There are a wealth of facilities befitting a town of its importance including shops, pubs, restaurants, theatre, croquet, bowls, tennis, shooting, cricket and golf clubs. About 10.5 miles away is junction 30 of the M5 motorway whilst beyond is the cathedral and university city of Exeter with its wealth of facilities (14 miles).

Description - Braywick is a fine, early 20th Century family home, enjoying a private setting within a large plot. This substantial property, of over 2,500sq ft, is very well presented, bright and extremely inviting. The wonderful grounds are well kept with a long sweeping drive offering ample parking and two single garages. The sea and hillside views from the first and second floors are an absolute delight, adding to the attraction of this unique property.

Accommodation - A storm porch, with a solid timber door, opens to the entrance hall providing stairs to the first floor and naturally lit from a rear aspect window on the half landing. To the left is the dual aspect dining room with timber flooring, revealed beam and a feature fireplace with a gas-fed fire. The dual aspect sitting room has garden views, double doors to the side of the property, revealed beams and a gas-fed fire with a brick surround. The charming snug has a front aspect with views over the lawns, fitted shelving and a feature open fireplace. Continuing along the inner hall, a couple of steps lead down to a delightful conservatory with a rear aspect and double doors leading out. A ground floor bathroom is arranged with a bath, wc and basin. The kitchen/breakfast room has a dual aspect with garden views and sea glimpses. The kitchen is arranged with an array of matching base and wall units, granite worktop, integrated dishwasher, fridge, gas hob and a gas-fired Aga (cooking only). Off the kitchen are two utility rooms, with fitted units and space for appliances. Further door to outside.

The first floor landing has an under stairs cupboard. Bedroom 1 has a side aspect with fitted wardrobes, feature fireplace and an en suite bathroom. Bedroom 2 has a triple aspect with garden and sea views, and a sink set in a vanity unit. Bedroom 3 has a front aspect with garden and sea views with built-in cupboards. Bedroom 4 has a dual aspect with greater panoramic views including the sea, a feature fireplace and built-in cupboards. The bathroom is arranged with a bath with shower mixer taps, a basin with storage beneath and an airing cupboard. The first floor has a separate wc.

A further flight of stairs leads up to a versatile second floor room, currently used as a study with a front aspect offering stunning, far reaching views. On either side of the study are doors that open into generous loft storage.

The Grounds - The private lane leads up to a long sweeping drive continuing to the rear of the property, offering two parking areas and two single detached garages (16' x 10' approx.) with electronic roller doors. The front gardens are impressive, with a large area of lawn, established borders and tree lined providing privacy. To the right of the lawned area is a tree lined path with a compost area, timber shed and greenhouse. The decorative rear gardens have established borders, flowerbeds, rose garden, large timber shed, brick-built garden store, summerhouse, covered seating area and tall perimeter hedging. A charming brick path borders the lawn and a further tree lined path along the rear boundary. The grounds are wonderfully maintained and offer a variety of styles. Overall the property amounts to about 0.68 of an acre.

Services - All mains services are connected. Gas-fired central heating.

Directions - From junction 30 of the M5 motorway, proceed to Budleigh Salterton via the A376 then the B3179. Continue through the centre of Budleigh Salterton turning left onto Fore Street Hill. At the top of the hill turn left onto East Budleigh Road, then left up a private lane, opposite the Hospital, where the property is located at the end of the lane.

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