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*** SOLD BY HARRISON LAVERS & POTBURYS *** A most attractive, detached house designed by a notable Arts and Crafts architect and standing on a generous plot of around a third of an acre.
Understood to have been built in the 1920's, this individual, detached house was designed by Richard Barry Parker, a leading Arts and Crafts architect, known for his involvement with Letchworth Garden City. The property now requires updating and retains period features including an impressive front door, leaded light windows, internal doors and an attractive Inglenook fireplace. On entering the house, a hallway with exposed floorboards has a cloakroom and WC with storage under the stairs. The sitting room is double aspect with ceiling beams and an Inglenook fireplace with brick and tile surround and mantel. The dining room is triple aspect with a front facing bay window and fireplace with Oak lintel and log burner. The kitchen again has period windows, a range of fitted units with appliance spaces, a concealed wall mounted, gas boiler and door to a rear lobby leading to the garden. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, the main having a range of fitted furniture, the second is double aspect with a period tile fireplace and the bathroom is fitted with a white suite.
There is good off-road parking and turning to the front along with lawn garden and steps rising to further raised garden with mature beds and borders. A driveway leads past the side of the house to a detached garage measuring 3.3m x 5.6m (10’9 x 18’3) with a workshop to the rear measuring 3.2m x 2m (10’6 x 6’6). To the rear of the house is a deep back garden predominantly laid to lawn with a greenhouse, timber and brick built sheds. Adjoining the rear of the house is a good size, paved patio with a garden office/summer house measuring 2.3m x 2.9m (7’6 x 9’6), with power, light and air conditioning.
The property is situated on a bus route and is around a quarter of a mile from day to day amenities including Waitrose, Lidl, a convenience store/post office, bakery and pharmacy. The town centre and seafront are around one and a half miles away, and the property is also well placed for local schools.
We are advised by East Devon District Council that the council tax band is F.
Vacant possession on completion.
At Exeter Cross, take Arcot Road, away from the town centre and at the mini roundabout continue straight across, passing the petrol station on the right. Follow the road for around a third of a mile and the property will be found on the right, shortly after passing Woolbrook Meadows.
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Ellworthy Park, 4 Harris Close
Frome (01373) 482900
Radstock (01761) 252700
Gillingham (01747) 440080
Frome, Warminster, Westbury, Trowbridge, Bradford On Avon, Bath, Radstock, Shepton Mallet, Castle Cary, Bruton, Wincanton, Gillingham, Mere, and all surrounding villages.