St Johns Road, Exmouth
Guide price £475,000 | 4 Bedrooms
This beautifully presented Grade II Listed property offers a wealth of charm and character and is located on the outskirts of Exmouth close to Woodbury Common. Built around 1830 as a farmhouse, it was converted into two separate dwellings in the 1980's and has been much improved by the current owners over the past two years. The accommodation offers two large reception rooms, a kichen/breakfast room and a cloakroom/utility room on the ground floor. The upper floors offer four double bedrooms, two with en suite shower rooms and a family bathroom. Outside there is a delightful cottage style garden and off road parking.
Impressive Grade II listed character property conveniently located between the towns of Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton. Country walks are close by on Woodbury Common, and the sandy beaches and cliffs of the Jurassic coast and the cycle path from Exmouth to Lympstone, with spectacular views across the Exe estuary, are easily reached.
The property is located in a quiet no through road close to the ancient St John in the Wilderness church. Exmouth town centre is conveniently located just 2.9 miles away with its variety of shops, bars and restaurants, and the picturesque town of Budleigh Salterton is just 3.1 miles away. The nearest junction to the M5 is 8.9 miles away and Exeter airport is at a distance of 9.7 miles. The lively university city of Exeter, with its beautiful cathedral, is just 11.1 miles away, and there is the added bonus of a twice hourly train service on the delightful local Avocet line which again offers wonderful views of the Exe estuary, and access to many Devon towns and villages as well as connections to the national rail network.
Entering the property you are greeted by a warm and welcoming hall with an elegant, curved staircase to the first floor. From the hall there are two reception rooms. The living room features an open fireplace, currently fitted with a coal effect gas fire, and two large leaded light windows with window seats. These features in addition to the high ceiling and deep alcoves in this room give a sense of space and character. The south facing dining room also has a large leaded light window with window seat and an attractive fireplace and surround. An inner hall leads to the downstairs cloakroom/utility room and the newly refurbished bespoke kitchen/breakfast room with dual control electric Aga. Arched french doors lead to the courtyard garden. Stairs from the hall lead to a light and spacious landing from which there is the master bedroom, a second double bedroom and family bathroom. The principle bedroom has two large leaded light windows and a Victorian fireplace. Another attractive curved staircase leads to two further double bedrooms both with en suite shower rooms. To the front of the house there is a delightful brick and tile porch with a useful storage space/workshop attached. A paved path leads from the porch to the driveway offering off road parking.
Living Room 12' 11'' x 5' 7'' (3.93m x 1.70m)
Dining Room 15' 0'' x 14' 3'' (4.57m x 4.34m)
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 20' 11'' x 8' 0'' (6.37m x 2.44m)
Bedroom 1 14' 0'' x 16' 1'' (4.26m x 4.90m)
Bedroom 2 12' 6'' x 16' 3'' (3.81m x 4.95m)
Bedroom 3 15' 4'' x 10' 11'' (4.67m x 3.32m)
Bedroom 4 9' 6'' x 16' 6'' (2.89m x 5.03m)
Family Bathroom 10' 11'' x 4' 6'' (3.32m x 1.37m)
En-suite 6' 9'' x 3' 9'' (2.06m x 1.14m)
En-suite 4' 7'' x 5' 2'' (1.40m x 1.57m)