This three-bedroom home has been carefully designed to make the most of modern living offering a flexible layout over three floors. The ground floor entrance hall leads to a spacious kitchen fully fitted with integrated Bosch appliances, Hoover integrated 19 bottle wine cooler, washer dryer and more. A set of French doors open into a spacious family room with access to the rear garden.
On to the first floor the living space has been created the maximise space and privacy offering an additional place to unwind. Also located on the first floor is the third bedroom and family bathroom which features a contemporary white bathroom suite, chrome heated towel rail, square drench shower with glass shower screen and porcelain floor tiles.
The second floor of this home houses the two remaining bedrooms. The master bedroom features a stylish en suite shower room with chrome heated towel rail and porcelain floor tiles.
Throughout this property the fittings create a high-specification, modern home. Features include Hoover integrated 19 bottle wine cooler, chrome light switches and sockets with USB to kitchen, dining and living space, Smart meters, composite security front door with Upvc glazed windows, Oak internal doors, carpet and porcelain floor tiles to several areas.
A collection of traditional three and four bedroom homes in the heart of town.
Coleridge offers a unique opportunity to enjoy life in the heart of this quintessentially Devon town offering three and four bedroom traditional homes which have been uniquely designed to blend in with their surroundings providing high levels of specification and attention to detail.
At Cloud 9 we pride ourselves on building quality homes that you and your family will enjoy for many years to come. With a highly experienced team of property professionals we ensure not just the quality of visible materials such as windows and doors but the outstanding craftsmanship reflected within our homes.
A short journey from Exeter you can find the idyllic town of Ottery St Mary situated on the banks of the River Otter. The town has many eateries such as restaurants and pubs which become very popular during the summer months. There are many independent shops within the town and the convenience of a supermarket.
The town is stepped in history and traditions such as the popular Tar Barrels annual event which occurs around Guy Fawkes Night - barrels soaked in tar and set alight are carried through parts of the town by local residents. This tradition dates back to the 17th century and continually stays a popular event. The town was the birthplace of Samuel Taylor Coleridge a romantic poet who wrote works during the 18th Century.
The rural town is well connected to Honiton and the historical city of Exeter where you can enjoy great shopping and fine dining. Take a walk along the River Otter or around the surrounding area where you can enjoy the beautiful East Devon countryside.
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Ottery St Mary is one of the oldest and most historic towns in Devon. It boasts a Collegiate church, modelled on Exeter Cathedral, and the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge was born in Ottery St Mary in 1772. There are numerous walks via marked footpaths. Nearby is a Sports Centre, and Golf, Tennis, Swimming, and Riding/Livery are also available locally. Ottery St Mary town centre has a wide variety of shops, restaurants, hotels/public houses and many clubs and societies. There is an excellent range of schools within the
Ottery St Mary catchment area and first class medical centre.
The town is also home to the world famous 'Tar Barrels' celebration and festivities on November the 5th, a truly magnificent spectacle, not to be missed.
Ottery St Mary also has excellent links to the local road and travel networks with access to the A30, M5 and Exeter International Airport being only a short drive away. The City of Exeter with its multitude of further amenities is also only approximately twelve miles distant and can be quickly reached via the A30.