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Pathwhorlands, Sidmouth

4 beds | 1 bath | 2 receptions | £465,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page

A spacious semi detached house with versatile accommodation, situated in a pleasant cul de sac location one mile from the town centre and seafront.

Entrance Hall. Sitting Room. Kitchen/Dining Room. Utility Room. Larder. Study. Gr Floor WC. Four Bedrooms. Bathroom. Separate WC. Garden. Off Road Parking. EPC: C

Offered for sale with no ongoing chain, the house was originally built in the 1920's to a design by acclaimed local architect RW Sampson. A two storey extension was then added in the mid 1990's. The accommodation now is both spacious and flexible with gas central heating and double glazing. Once inside a spacious entrance hallway has good storage, an attractive parquet floor and leads to a triple aspect kitchen/dining room again with parquet flooring. The kitchen area is fitted with a range of units to include a built in gas hob, oven and grill and space for a dish washer and fridge. Patio doors open into the rear garden and an adjoining lobby has space for a fridge/freezer and a WC off. The separate sitting room has patio doors looking south easterly and opening into the rear garden and the fireplace has a log burner. A separate reception room currently used as a home office could have a variety of uses and also enjoys the south easterly aspect.

On the first floor, the main bedroom looks to the rear with a pleasant view over the surrounding area to The Knapp Nature Reserve and easterly to Salcombe Hill. A feature fireplace has a cast iron surround with tile in-lays. Bedrooms two and three are both a good size doubles and both look to the rear, enjoying the same outlook as the main bedroom. A fourth double bedroom faces the front, there is a well appointed bathroom with mains shower and large linen cupboard and lastly a separate WC.

The property is situated at the head of the cul de sac and with off road parking for three cars. At the rear an attractive and good size garden enjoys a south easterly aspect, is mainly laid to lawn and features two patios, mature flowerbeds, former vegetable plot and timber garden shed.

The vendors have described Pathwhorlands as a 'very friendly' cul de sac which is situated just off Alexandria Road, around one mile from the town centre and seafront. Regular bus services and amenities such as Lidl, a bakery and newsagent are around a third of a mile away on Woolbrook Road, with Sidmouth primary School, Waitrose and Sidmouth College are all within a mile. Sidmouth itself is an unspoilt coastal town that benefits from a town centre with numerous independent shops and High Street chains, a cinema, theatre, indoor swimming pool and a stunning Regency esplanade.

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


Vacant possession on completion.

REF: DHS02386

On entering Sidmouth via the A3052 from Exeter, turn right at the Bowd Inn junction to join B3176 (Station Road). Follow the road for just under a mile and a half, turning left into Alexandria Road. Follow the road passing the turning on the right for Winslade Road and take the next left. The next turning on the left is Pathwhorlands.

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