This is a really fantastic opportunity to buy a three bedroom house in a lovely location which comes for sale at a very sensible price indeed. The accommodation is well proportioned and adaptable, having been recently modernised with new uPVC double glazing and repainted both internally and externally. The property has a large ground floor bedroom which could easily be a dining room or study plus a large sitting room/diner. Two more bedrooms upstairs and possible scope for the creation of a shower room too. There's a private level garden at the back which has country views. The house has night storage heating and there's also a garage. This is an ideal house for first purchase, retirement or investment.
Directions: From Pinhoe drive north on the B3181 and on to Broadclyst, proceed through the village and out the other side passing the primary school on your right. Continue for about a mile and take a right hand turn sign posted to Hay House, continue along this road for a short distance until finding the entrance to Hay House on your left. Drive up the drive to Hay house, continuing past the house and around to the left and the property being sold is on the left. You will have driven past the garage block and parking on the right and this might be a good place to park on first visit.
This is a superbly located end of terrace house which occupies a great level position in a highly desirable position on a small private development called Longmeadow which is a small private estate quietly set in the wonderful grounds of the former manor, Hay House and is approached by a long sweeping drive, surrounded by National Trust Land about 1.5 miles from the village of Broadclyst. The village has a strong community with a local shop, pub, restaurant, church, a highly regarded and well performing primary school as well as Clyst Vale Community College secondary school which incorporates a library, doctors surgery and leisure centre. Both Killerton House and Ashclyst Forest, owned by the National Trust, are located very nearby and offer wonderful recreational areas for riding, cycling and walking. Exeter is about 6 miles and is firmly established as one of the UK's most popular Cities and a visit will soon show any visitor why. This beautiful University and Cathedral City, on the lovely River Exe has so much to offer for all ages and interests from a calm, interesting but lively City centre with an excellent range of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars including the highly acclaimed Princesshay and the newly opened Queen Street Dining Quarter. The City has a wealth of leisure, sports and entertainment facilities including theatres, cinemas, museum, parks and gardens. Excellent communications bring the rest of this beautiful part of Devon within easy reach including sailing on the Exe Estuary, the spectacular Jurassic Coast, Dartmoor National Park and many beaches and coves, together with a great number of golf courses, cycle trails and walking. Exeter has mainline railways stations to Waterloo and Paddington as well as an international airport with daily flights to London. For those needing fast road links, this house is very well placed for access to the M5 at Sowton or Cullompton and the A30 and A38 also.
This deceptively spacious property lies on the popular small development of Longmeadow, originally belonging to Hay House, set within open countryside. The house offers very versatile accommodation in a chalet style with accommodation which flows superbly throughout and includes on the ground floor a good entrance lobby with door to a very large sitting room which has double doors at the far end out to the patio and rear garden, a well looked after kitchen with outlook to the front. From the sitting room a door leads to an inner hall which has stairs leading to the upstairs, a door to a large bedroom which might be used as a dining room or office. Also downstairs there is a good bathroom with white suite. Upstairs there are 2 more nice bedrooms and a separate WC which may have scope to become a modest shower room. Outside there is a lawned garden at the front which sets the house back from the lane and at the rear a lovely level garden which is part laid to patio and raised terrace plus lawned area too. There are some lovely views from the garden out over adjoining farmland and at the side a useful shared storage and clothes drying area. Close by there is a single garage being the first on the right in the block. The house is tidily presented and benefits from electric heating on an Economy 7 tariff and recently installed uPVC doubled glazed windows.
Note: The house is held on a 999 year lease from 2004 and there is a £78 monthly service charge which covers all water and sewerage charges for the property. Public liability insurance (own buildings insurance cover required). Electricity for sewage plant and street lighting, repairs to all communal areas, path cleaning, cutting of fronts lawns and meadow (other gardening requirements available on request). It is also understood that the communal service charge also includes the general external presentational upkeep of the garage block. The lease is passed on to the new owner, whereby they become a shareholder in the Freehold of the whole development, approx. 30 properties.
With door to:-
Sitting Room 21' 0'' x 11' 0'' (6.40m x 3.35m)
This is a spacious irregularly shaped room with 2 night store heaters, a mock brick fireplace. ample power points, uPVC double glazed doors to a patio and rear garden. Door to:-
Kitchen 9' 6'' x 7' 3'' (2.89m x 2.21m)
A well kept kitchen with older units incorporating ample work surfacing with inset single bowl stainless steel sink unit and drainer. Space for cooker/oven (included) with extractor hood over. Additional matching base and wall units. tall shelved storage unit. space for tall fridge/freezer (included) Space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine.
Accessed from the sitting room. With night store heater, open balustraded stairs to first floor. Store cupboard. Doors to the bathroom and ground floor bedroom/diner.
Bedroom 1/Dining Room 11' 4'' x 11' 0'' (3.45m x 3.35m)
With night store heater and window with pleasant aspect over the rear garden.
Bathroom 6' 6'' x 6' 2'' (1.98m x 1.88m)
With a 3 piece white suite including a paneled bath with shower tap mixer, low flush w.c. pedestal wash hand basin. Wall heater, towel rail and obscure glazed window to side.
First Floor Landing
With deep store cupboard. Window to side with lovely country views. Airing cupboard with factory lagged cylinder and Immersion heater (dual)
With low flush suite and pedestal wash hand basin. (Possible shower room?)
Bedroom 2 16' 4'' (max) x 8' 7'' (4.97m x 2.61m)
With nice open outlooks from the dormer window. Double wardrobe cupboard and night storage heater.
Bedroom 3 11' 6'' x 8' 3'' (3.50m x 2.51m)
An attractive room with part vaulted ceiling. Electric panel heater, built in store cupboard and fitted shelves.
The house is approached at the front by a pathway leading to the front door flanked by level lawn, (Looked after by the estate).A shared pathway leads to the side of the house where there is a drying area and bin store etc. A gate from here also gives access to the rear garden. The rear garden is a nice size to keep, it is level and well enclosed by fencing and a lovely old stone wall. From the garden there are some lovely views over the neighbouring national trust farmland and old trees. There is an old timber store shed and also access out to a rear service path. (Gate access removed and fence panel now in place as this access has been rarely used - a new owner could re-establish this if desired) The garage block and parking area is located very closeby. The garage owned by this house is the first on the right