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Bickwell Valley, Sidmouth
Sold Subject to Contract

3 beds | 2 baths | 2 receptions | Guide price £875,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page

*** SOLD BY HARRISON LAVERS & POTBURYS *** Forming part of an imposing Edwardian residence built in 1906 and designed by the renowned local architect R W Sampson, this characterful property retains numerous period features and is situated in a prime location, less than one mile from the seafront.

Vestibule. Hallway. Sitting Room. Dining Room. Kitchen/Breakfast Room. WC. Three Bedrooms, One With En Suite Shower Room & One With a Balcony. Sitting Room/Studio. WC. Balcony. Two Single Garages. Garden. EPC: D

Littlebrook is a spacious semi-detached house created in 1960 when the original R W Sampson designed residence was sub-divided. Enjoying a south westerly aspect, the property retains numerous period features, most notably the turning oak staircase. The property provides comfortable accommodation arranged over three floors, with gas central heating and original period windows. The property is accessed via both Bickwell Valley and service lane off Convent Road. Once inside a quarry tiled entrance vestibule leads to a spacious hallway featuring the original oak staircase rising within a bay window. Original doors lead to a double aspect sitting room with south facing bay window and an ornate cast iron fireplace of Art Nouveau design. The separate dining room has a wide bay window, facing west and opens onto a quarry tiled patio overlooking the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room is double aspect, features a lantern roof window and is fitted with a range of units to include an Aga, separate gas hob and numerous appliance spaces.

On the first floor the main bedroom is double aspect with south and west facing windows enjoying fine views over Bickwell Valley to the golf course and down to the sea. There is a four-piece en suite shower room, to include a mains shower. The second bedroom has a west facing window and balcony, overlooking the garden and Bickwell Valley and the bathroom is fitted with a white suite to include a mains shower over the bath. From the landing, stairs rise to a sitting room/studio with access onto a balcony, having a superb view south down the valley and to the sea. There is eaves storage, a WC and a connecting door to the third double bedroom with south facing window, having a fine view down Bickwell Valley to the sea and across to the golf course and Muttersmoor.

As previously mentioned, the property is approached by both Bickwell Valley and Convent Road, both entrances having a detached single garage. There is also off-road parking at the Convent Road entrance. The house stands on a plot approaching half an acre, the majority of which is between the house and Bickwell Valley, enjoying a south westerly aspect and comprising a large area of lawn, with mature trees, beds and borders.

Bickwell Valley is a prime residential address, to the west of the town centre, within a conservation area and less than one mile from the town centre and seafront. This beautiful tree lined road was developed at the turn of the last century and features some of R W Sampson's most impressive residential buildings. Sidmouth's eighteen hole golf course is less than one mile away, scenic walks over Muttersmoor are a little over half a mile away and the town itself offers an excellent range of amenities, with numerous independent shops and High Street chains to include Waitrose and Lidl, sports clubs, a sailing club, a cinema, theatre, popular schools and an excellent bus service to the surrounding area.

Honiton is approximately ten miles away, with rail connection to London and Exeter approximately sixteen miles, with motorway connection and an international airport.

We are advised by East Devon District Council that the council tax band is G.

Vacant possession on completion.


REF: DHS02184

On entering Sidmouth via Station Road take the second exit at the roundabout at the Woodlands Hotel, then immediately turn right into Cotmaton Road. At the cross roads with Bickwell Valley turn right, proceed up the valley for approximately one third of a mile and the property will be found on the right.

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