All aboard! for this delightful and spacious Station Master’s House

PUBLISHED: 07:01 04 June 2015 | UPDATED: 15:30 04 June 2015

For sale with Bradleys, call 01395 442201

For sale with Bradleys, call 01395 442201


Bradleys Estate Agents are delighted to be bringing to the market the “Station Master’s House”.

For sale with Bradleys, call 01395 442201For sale with Bradleys, call 01395 442201

A detached property situated approximately half a mile from Budleigh’s town centre, this beautiful home retains much of its original charm and character with many period features.

Believed to have been built in the late 1800s and, as the name suggests, was once the home to many Budleigh Salterton station masters over the years when Budleigh still had its own train line.

This charming home has so much to offer with good accommodation comprising, L-shaped entrance hall with built-in shelving and coat rail with doors leading through to a spacious living room/study with double glazed windows to the front, rear and side elevations. An attractive fireplace with Living Flame gas fire makes a great focal point.

A delightful lounge, again offers versatile living with cosy fireplace and sliding doors that open through to the delightful conservatory. The kitchen offers ample base and eye-level storage cupboards, built-in electric oven and space and plumbing for all appliances. Automatic washer/dryer and small dishwasher are included in the sale.

A garden room provides more space with double-glazed windows to the rear and side with door leading out into the garden. There is also a separate bathroom on the ground floor.

On the first floor there are two double bedrooms along with a separate, generous size family bathroom which could possibly convert to a third bedroom if preferred.

Where is it?

Leas Road, Budleigh


Spacious home

how much?


who is the agent?

Bradleys, 01395 442201

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