A most attractive and conveniently situated, two bedroom cottage.
Sitting Room. Kitchen. Two Bedrooms. Bathroom. Garden. EPC: C
The property is recent years has been modernised and now offers well presented accommodation arranged over two floors. The kitchen has a good range of storage units along with worksurfaces and tiled splash backs and there is a built in electric oven, gas hob, cooker hood and space for fridge/freezer and washing machine.
A dual aspect sitting room enjoys an outlook over the garden and has a feature fireplace with fitted wood burning stove along with exposed ceiling beams and a rear door leading into the garden.
From the sitting room the staircase rises to the upper floor where there is a landing which has access to the roof space. The main bedroom enjoys an easterly aspect with a pleasant outlook towards Trow Hill and also has a built in wardrobe and an adjoining cupboard containing the wall mounted gas fired boiler for heating and hot water. The second bedroom enjoys a westerly aspect. The bathroom is fitted with a white suite comprising a bath, pedestal wash basin and WC. There is a shower over the bath and a glazed shower screen.
The accommodation is neutrally decorated throughout and double glazed windows are installed.
The garden is to the east side of the cottage and is level, mainly laid to lawn with adjoining shrub borders and there are stone built garden stores.
There is an access pathway from the rear garden to Church Street which also serves as a right of way for the adjoining cottages.
The property occupies a level site and is conveniently situated within a short walk of local amenities and bus services within Sidford. Also nearby is an entrance into The Byes, a delightful riverside walk and cycle track leading to Sidmouth's town centre which is approximately a mile and three quarters away.
The property is subject to a flying freehold. Part of the adjoining cottages first floor flies over part of this property. Applicants are advised to take advice on this before travelling as this situation can be restrictive when it comes to lenders/mortgages.
We are advised by East Devon District Council that the council tax band is C.
The property is currently let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy.
From the centre of Sidford proceed down Church Street, passing the Spar supermarket on the right. Take the next turning right into Warrens Mead. Continue taking the first turning left into Byes Lane and the cottage will be seen at the end on the right.
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