Enjoying lovely views to Salcombe Hill, a two bedroom detached bungalow set in a good size garden.
Porch. Reception Hall. Kitchen. Lounge/Dining Room. Two Bedrooms. Shower Room. Conservatory. Garage. Garden. EPC: D
The bungalow offers spacious accommodation with two double bedrooms, both having freestanding wardrobes. The L shaped lounge/dining room has a fireplace and central French doors leading into a large conservatory which enjoys a westerly aspect and has central French doors leading into the garden.
The kitchen is fitted with a good range of storage units along with colour co-ordinated worksurfaces and there is a built in electric oven, hob and cooker hood, along with an integrated fridge/freezer and washing machine.
There is a separate shower room which is fully tiled and has a large walk-in shower together with a wash basin, WC and a good range of vanity storage cupboards with mirror and lighting.
Off the reception hall is a built-in linen cupboard as well as access to the roof space with sliding ladder.
The property is now in need of a little modernisation however, gas fired central heating and uPVC double glazed windows are installed.
The bungalow is set in a good size garden, the majority being to the rear and enjoying a westerly aspect. Adjoining the rear of the bungalow are extensive paved patio areas with attractive stone walling and pergola. Steps rise to a raised area of garden which is mainly laid to lawn, with adjoining well stocked shrub borders and hedging. There are two further areas of garden beyond which are now in need of improvement.
Adjoining the front of the bungalow is a brick paviour driveway providing ample parking and this gives access to the single integral garage which houses the wall mounted gas fired boiler for hot water and central heating.
The property occupies a convenient location within a popular residential area and enjoys an easterly aspect, with stunning views towards Salcombe Hill. Within a short walk 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 a half away. Also, nearby on Sidford Road there are regular bus services to the surrounding area.
We are advised by East Devon District Council that the council tax band is D.
Vacant possession on completion.
From the top of the High Street leave the town passing The Radway cinema on the left. Continue for approximately two thirds of a mile and at Exeter Cross, follow the road around to the right signposted Sidbury and Honiton. Continue for approximately a quarter of a mile passing Manstone Mead on the left and take the next turning right which is Malden Road, continue taking the first turning left and the bungalow will be seen a little way along on the left.
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