A charming semi-detached house

PUBLISHED: 10:20 21 April 2016

For sale by Bradleys: call 01395 442201.

For sale by Bradleys: call 01395 442201.


A charming property, located in one of Budleigh Salterton’s most sought-after areas of Cliff Road, has come to the market with Bradleys Estate Agents.

For sale by Bradleys: call 01395 442201.For sale by Bradleys: call 01395 442201.

This lovely semi-detached home, believed to have been built in the 1930s, has much to offer with some fine features whilst being within a stone’s throw of the town’s many interesting shops, cafés and, of course, its beautiful Jurassic coastline.

The spacious accommodation is beautifully-presented, taking you through a light entrance hall with oak flooring into the living room with double-glazed window, offering a frontal outlook. An attractive feature of this room is the inset bookshelves either side of the period fireplace. The kitchen provides a great workspace with cherry wood work surfaces and ample base and eye-level storage cupboards and drawers. There is plenty of space for all appliances along with built-in double oven, built-in five ring gas hob, built-in washing machine and dishwasher along with a built-in wine cooler. What more could anyone ask for? The kitchen leads through to a delightful dining room with double-glazed French doors that open out onto the rear garden. There is also a useful downstairs cloakroom.

On the first-floor, there are three good-size bedrooms along with a separate family bathroom.

Outside, the property is approached via a gate leading into a walled garden, which has been designed for easy maintenance. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a pretty patio in which to sit and a gate for side access. There is also a modern garage.

For sale by Bradleys: call 01395 442201.For sale by Bradleys: call 01395 442201.

This gem of a property is being sold at the asking price of £349,950.

For further information or to arrange a viewing, please contact Bradleys Estate Agents on 01395 442201

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