4 bedroom House located at Beer - Guide Price of £ 525,000

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Full Description:

A SUBSTANTIAL DETACHED PROPERTY SITUATED IN AN ELEVATED POSITION ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF BEER WITH SEA VIEWS, GENEROUS ACCOMMODATION AND GOOD SIZED GARDENS

Seddul Bahr is a detached house believed to have been built in the early 1930 s to traditional specifications with cavity walls faced in brick to the first-floor level and rendered above with decorative half timbering all beneath a tiled roof. It would now benefit from general updating and some refurbishment but has generally been well kept.

The house is generously proportioned with spacious accommodation and from its elevated position there are excellent views towards the sea over Beer and the good-sized gardens are southerly facing.

There may also be potential to extend the accommodation further by converting the loft space into a spacious master suite as well as an opportunity to obtain a useful income by developing the two detached garages into separate letting units (Subject to Local Authority Consent).

Although for many years a comfortable family home we understand that this was originally the village dentist's house with small consulting and waiting rooms.

Barline is a quiet and much sought-after residential area with a mix of good quality modern and character properties. It is well away from main roads yet is only a short walk from the village centre and the beach.

The charming fishing village of Beer on the Jurassic Coast offers a selection of shops for day to day needs, pubs and restaurants, school, parish church, village hall, doctors surgery etc.

It has a thriving local community and an extensive beach in a sheltered cove which provides a base for a number of working fishing boats and a sailing club. Nearby are the larger towns of Seaton and Axminster (with a main line railway station) and some excellent secondary schools including Colyton Grammar.

The Accommodation Comprises:


GROUND FLOOR:


Recessed Porch:
With front door to

Reception Hall:
19 x 8 4 (5.79m 2.54m) overall
With 3 radiators (which we understand are heated from the back boiler to the gas fire in the Living Room). Stairs to first floor, understairs cupboard.

Cloakroom:
With WC and hand basin, radiator.

Living Room:
16 6 x 12 7 (5.03m x 3.84m) (dual aspect)
Radiator, tiled fireplace in timber surround fitted with a gas fire (disconnected) with back boiler providing partial central heating.

Dining Room:
18 x 13 10 (5.49m x 4.22m)
With fireplace and gas fire. Hatch to Kitchen, door to Secondary Entrance Porch.

Breakfast Room (Rear):
13 x 10 (3.96m x 3.05m)
With a Rayburn (in need of repair) in a fireplace recess, rear entrance. Door to

Kitchen:
12 x 10 (3.66m x 3.05m)
With a range of 1970 s style units providing a double drainer stainless steel sink unit, base and wall cupboards with formica worktops, gas cooker point, dual aspect windows. Door to

Store:
11 2 x 6 6 (3.40m x 1.98m)
With further door to

Small Sitting Room/Study:
11 6 x 11 (3.51m x 3.35m)
This leads in to the Secondary Entrance Porch with a door to the front garden.

FIRST FLOOR:


Landing:
With an arched stained glass window, walk in store cupboard.

Bedroom 1:
16 6 x 12 8 (5.03m x 3.86m)
With dual aspect windows enjoying sea and country views, hand basin, tiled fireplace with gas fire (disconnected).

Bedroom 2:
18 x 13 8 (5.49m x 4.17m) plus recess
With large wardrobe, sea and country views, hand basin, tiled fireplace with gas fire (disconnected).

Bedroom 3:
18 x 11 (5.49m x 3.35m)
Sea and country views, hand basin.

Bedroom 4 (Rear):
13 x 6 6 (3.96m x 1.98m)

Bathroom:
With a pink suite of panelled bath and hand basin, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.

Separate WC:


Attic Room:
19'4 x 11'7 overall (5.89m x 3.53m)
Ladder and hatch from hallway, dormer window, cold water storage tank.
Attic Store approx. 22'10 x 15'10 overall (6.97m x 4.83m) (not boarded) (sloped ceilings).

OUTSIDE:
To the rear of the property is a small garden area. There are pathways each side of the house leading to the main garden which lies at the front on the southerly side. There is a pedestrian gate to the public footpath.

The main garden at the front of the house includes two level lawned areas adjacent to the house with steep steps and pathways running down to Barline and here the garden is terraced with further lawns, shrubs and small trees. To the far side of the pathway is a vegetable garden with a timber built greenhouse. At the bottom of the garden are double gates to Barline and to the west runs a private roadway which is owned by Seddul Bahr but over which the two neighbouring properties have a right of access. There is a detached single garage of rendered brick/block construction under a tiled roof. On the far side of the private driveway is an old timber built garage in need of repair/replacement. Beyond the timber garage is a further uncultivated garden area.

TENURE:
Freehold. (The property is currently leasehold but the freehold will be purchased and the house will be sold with a freehold title).

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Details

Price:
Guide Price of £ 525,000
Status:
Available
Type:
House
Address:
Seddul Bahr
Barline
Beer
Devon
EX12 3LS

Features

  • Sea Views
  • Spacious Accommodation
  • Refurbishment Opportunity and Potential for Loft C
  • Living Room
  • Dining Room and Breakfast Room
  • Kitchen
  • Study
  • 4 Bedrooms

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