4 bedroom Cottage located at Axmouth, Seaton - Guide Price of £ 350,000
Full Description:A 4 BEDROOMED DETACHED COTTAGE (16TH CENTURY) OF CONSIDERABLE CHARACTER. IN THE PICTURESQUE VILLAGE OF AXMOUTH.
A substantial detached cottage, probably one of the oldest in the village, dating back to the 16th Century and Listed Grade II. It has many character features including heavily beamed ceilings in the 2 reception rooms.
The property has been in the same family ownership for some 80 years and has been well cared for but is now in need of extensive refurbishment and updating.
In addition to 4 bedroomed accommodation, the property also has the benefit of a good sized rear garden which could have development potential (Subject to Local Authority Consent).
The cottage fronts onto the main village street close to the Parish Church, Village Hall and 2 local Inns. There is road access to the parking area, garage and garden from Chapel Street.
Axmouth is a much sought after and unspoilt East Devon village noted for its many character properties. The village is surrounded by the delightful countryside of the River Axe Valley. About a mile to the South alongside the Axe Estuary and past Axmouth Harbour is the coastal town of Seaton and the 'Jurassic Coast' (a World Heritage Site). Inland at Axminster is a main line railway station about 6 miles away, and Lyme Regis is a similar distance to the East.
The accommodation comprises:
Substantial timber front door, with glass 'bullseye' panel, to
With door to rear lean-to and doors off to Living Room and Sitting Room.
15'6 x 11'6 (4.72m 3.51m)
Fireplace (not in use), window seat, beamed ceiling, large walk in cupboard (which leads to lean-to). Night storage heater.
18'9 x 14'6 (5.72m x 4.42m)
Fireplace with woodburning stove and quarry tiled hearth, beamed ceiling, 2 window seats, night storage heater, door and stairs to first floor, door to
11'10 x 11'4 (3.61m x 3.45m)
With single drainer stainless steel sink unit, worktops and cupboard, doors to lean-to and
With shower cubicle, hand basin and W.C., electric towel rail.
15'10 x 5'2 (4.83m x 1.57m) (widening to 10'8/3.25m)
With glazing across the length incorporating glazed door to garden. Door to STORE.
FIRST FLOOR (Sloping Ceilings):
Night storage heater.
15'4 x 8'9 (4.67m x 2.67m)
15'9 x 7' (4.80m x 2.13m)
12'9 x 9'9 (3.89m x 2.97m)
Built in cupboard, window seat.
10'10 x 8'6 (3.30m x 2.59m)
With hand basin.
There is no front garden.
To the rear is a good sized level garden measuring approx. 100' x 60' (33.53m x 18.29m) and mainly lawn. Adjacent to the back of the house is a pedestrian gate to the lane and, at the bottom of the garden is a five bar timber gate leading from Chapel Street to a parking area and the old timber garage. Greenhouse.
- Grade II Listed
- For refurbishment
- Entrance Hall
- 2 Receptions Rooms
- Kitchen and Rear Lean-to
- Shower Room/W.C. and separate W.C.
- 4 Bedrooms
- Good sized Garden