This delightful 1930's mid terrace house could make either a lovely family home or provide a good investment income as it is currently is being rented out as a holiday cottage.
The property enjoys delightful views to the front of the River Sid and is located on the fringe of the town centre and close to 'The Byes' and seafront. The property benefits not only from gardens to the front and rear but also a single garage close by with off road parking for 2 vehicles.
Accommodation comprises (all room sizes approximate):-
Open arched porch with tiled flooring leads to a part leaded light obscure glazed wooden door to
Stairs rising to first floor, radiator, picture rails, coats hanging rail, stripped doors to
13'2 (4.02m) x 12'6 (3.81m). Square bay window with leaded light top opening windows to front aspect overlooking the front garden and the River Sid beyond. Wooden fire surround with inset electric fire and slate hearth. Recesses either side of chimney breast. Picture rails, radiator.
13'2 (4.02m) x 10'10 (3.3m). Part glazed wooden door and windows either side leading out to the rear garden. Feature fire surround and tiled hearth. Built in storage cupboard with shelving to one side of chimney breast and recess to other side. Understairs storage cupboard with power. Picture rails, door to
11'6 (3.5m) x 8'6 (2.6m). Dual aspect room with windows to rear and side aspect. Belfast sink with mixer tap over. Roll edge wooden work surfaces with drawers and cupboards under and matching wall units over. Built in four ring gas hob with electric oven under and extractor over. Fridge freezer space, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, part tiled surround, inset spotlights, part glazed door to rear garden.
First Floor Landing
White suite comprising panel bath with shower over, low level W.C., bidet, pedestal wash hand basin with mirror and light over, chrome ladder style radiator. Part tiled and part tongue and groove surround. Built-in airing cupboard with slatted shelving and housing wall mounted gas boiler serving domestic hot water and central heating. Obscure double glazed window to rear.
Glazed hatch providing access to the loft space, recess for desk or cupboard, stripped doors to
13'9 (4.2m) x 11'2 (3.4m). Part leaded light glazed window to front aspect overlooking the River Sid, radiator, picture rails.
10'10 (3.3m) plus recess x 10'2 (3.1m). Window to rear aspect overlooking the rear garden, Recess for wardrobe, radiator, picture rails.
9'6 (2.9m) x 6'3 (1.9m). Part leaded light window to front aspect overlooking River Sid. Radiator, picture rails.
To the front of the property there is a gravelled path, serving the adjoining houses, leading to the front garden bounded by a low wall and fencing. Wrought iron gate and path leads to the front door and the garden to the side is mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders
The rear garden has a paved patio and path that leads to the rear of the garden with a wrought iron gate providing rear pedestrian access and to the Single Garage and off road parking. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders and a large garden shed/summer house. Outside tap.
By Car from the Sidmouth Hall & Scott office proceed up the High Street and go straight over the mini-roundabout and take the second right hand turning into Salcombe Road. Before the bridge on the right hand side there is a private driveway and the garage is at the head of the driveway, the first on the left hand side
On Foot: From the Sidmouth Hall & Scott office proceed up the High Street and straight over the mini-roundabout. Take the first turning on the right into Newtown, continue to the end the road and walk between the bollards into a private road. Barrington Mead is then directly in front of you. Walk along the gravelled drive between the two rows of houses and number 4 is on your right hand side.
Council tax band: D or business rates
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are connected. Service and systems have not been tested.