A spacious second floor maisonette situated in the heart of the town centre a 'stones throw' from the esplanade and seafront.
Hall. Sitting Room. Dining Room. Kitchen/Breakfast Room. Three Bedrooms. Bathroom. EPC: E
An entrance hall offers storage/cloaks cupboards along with the staircase rising to the upper floor and a well-proportioned sitting and separate dining room both enjoy a westerly aspect and both have feature fireplaces.
The kitchen enjoys an easterly aspect with views to the sea and features bespoke oak units offering lots of storage and having tiled worksurfaces. There is a freestanding electric cooker, washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge and concealed within one of the units is the wall mounted gas boiler which serves the central heating. The hot water is supplied via an immersion heater.
The main bedroom is also on this level and enjoys an easterly aspect, with views to the sea and has a built-in wardrobe and feature fireplace.
Upstairs there is a landing offering further storage and there are two further bedrooms and a separate bathroom, all having Velux windows. The bathroom is fitted with a modern white suite and comprises a shaped panel bath with shower over, along with a WC and pedestal wash basin.
The maisonette offers an excellent opportunity for an investor or as a holiday home, there being no restriction on lettings. The property is also suitable as a family home which the current owners have used it for during their time of ownership.
The property is accessed from Libra court which in the evening is secure via wrought iron lockable gates. A communal entrance with security entrance system and stairs rise to the second floor and gives access to flat two.
This spacious maisonette forms part of a most attractive building which enjoys a westerly aspect. From the rear of the maisonette there is a lovely view towards Pennington Point, the sea and Salcombe Hill and from the front aspect there is a pleasant view to the west towards the golf course and Muttersmoor.
Sidmouth offers an excellent range of facilities including a cinema, theatre and indoor swimming pool, along with independent shops, High Street chains and popular eateries and coffee shops.
The property is leasehold, held on a 999 year lease from 1999. There is a peppercorn ground rent.
Libra House is made up of a commercial shop at ground floor level, a first floor flat and this second floor maisonette. There is a maintenance split, Flat 2 has a 40% responsibility for any on-going maintenance and insurance for the building.
We are advised by East Devon District Council that the council tax band is C.
Vacant possession on completion.
From our office proceed down the High Street bearing left into Fore Street, continuing towards the seafront. Libra Court will be found towards the end of this road on the left, opposite New Street.
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