Beautifully proportioned, detached and well-planned family home

PUBLISHED: 07:00 07 April 2016

For sale by Bainbridge's: call 01395 225303

For sale by Bainbridge's: call 01395 225303


B ainbridge’s is marketing this beautifully proportioned, 1920s detached house with some fine period features, including timber panelled doors, stripped pine flooring and decorative leaded stained glass windows.

For sale by Bainbridge's: call 01395 225303For sale by Bainbridge's: call 01395 225303

Of particular note, the front elevation is a feature of the house, with a glazed veranda, part- tile hung bay and a decorative mock Tudor timbered gable.

Internally, the accommodation is well planned, proportioned and extensive, benefiting from an excellent level of natural light complementing the classically high ceilings.

The accommodation includes a spacious reception hall, sitting room, drawing room, dining room and kitchen.

There is a large, first-floor landing, three generously proportioned double bedrooms and a recently updated shower room, finished to an excellent standard.

For sale by Bainbridge's: call 01395 225303For sale by Bainbridge's: call 01395 225303

On the second floor are two further double bedrooms and a further room, which was originally a bathroom.

Outside, approached from Belle Vue Road, is a driveway, beyond which is a building, originally a large garage, which currently provides a workshop, although it would also make a lovely home office.

There is a large timber lean-to store, directly to the rear, which serves as a garden store/shed. The good-sized gardens benefit from a southerly aspect and an excellent level of privacy.

Where is it?

Belle Vue Road, Exmouth

how much?


who is the agent?


Tel: 01395 225303.

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