This is a really lovely and very well proportioned four bedroom detached home which is beautifully presented throughout. It has a superb kitchen/breakfast room and views of the immaculately tended rear garden can be enjoyed from the lounge and conservatory. A viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the size, nature and spacious accommodation it offers.
From the moment you arrive at this four bedroom detached home, linked by garage, you know it's a property which is immaculately presented. The mellow brick exterior and perfect block paviour drive are inviting and pleasing on the eye. On entering the hallway you get an instant sense of the warmth and welcoming appeal that this house offers. The current owners have refurbished the property to very exacting standards and have decorated in a tasteful neutral colour palette which has given each room a really lovely sense of light, continuity and space. The high specification kitchen has ample storage, integrated appliances and is finished in light oak. The bathroom and downstairs WC have also been beautifully enhanced. The conservatory, which is entered via the lounge, is a great additional space from which to enjoy the view of the immaculately tended rear garden. A viewing is absolutely essential to appreciate what a stunning home this property offers.
The front garden is laid to lawn and bordered to one side by shrubs and plants. A block paviour driveway provides off road parking for two/three vehicles and gives access to the garage. A block paviour path leads to the front door and continues to the side of the house where access is gained to the rear garden via a wrought iron gate.To one side of the driveway there is a wall-mounted electric point and tap. Beside the front door there is a wall mounted courtesy light. A PVCu obscure double glazed front door with matching obscure PVCu double glazed side panel leads to:
An attractive, light filled and welcoming space with a lovely turning staircase rising to the first floor. An excellent deep set storage cupboard is provided with built-in shelving and a wall-mounted hanging rail for coats and jackets. Laminate wood-effect flooring. Doors leading to:
Lounge/dining room - 20' 0'' x 11' 6'' (6.1m x 3.51m)
This is a very well proportioned room which is currently used solely as a lounge. This room could easily be reconfigured to provide space for a dining table and chairs. Light floods in from a PVCu double glazed window and further PVCu double glazed sliding patio doors which lead to the conservatory. Coved ceiling. Two radiators. Telephone point. TV point.
Conservatory - 18' 4'' x 7' 4'' (5.59m x 2.24m)
Accessed via sliding patio doors from the lounge, this is a superb triple aspect conservatory, with ample space for table and chairs and relaxed seating. A lovely place to sit and enjoy the views of the garden. The conservatory sits under a triple poly carbonate roof with PVCu double glazed windows and sliding patio doors giving access to the rear patio and garden. Radiator. Laminate, wood-effect flooring.
Kitchen/breakfast room - 15' 4'' (plus square bay) x 10' 3'' (4.67m x 3.12m)
This is a superb space in which to cook and entertain. It has its own area for informal dining but is also ideally located next to the adjoining lounge/dining room. A deep set PVCu double glazed bay window, with tiled sill, overlooks the front garden. There is a further PVCu double glazed door and window to the side aspect. The kitchen comprises a comprehensive range of wall and base units with attractive light oak effect fronted doors and drawers with polished steel handles. Two deep and wide pan drawers with utensil drawer above sit beneath the hob. There is a floor to ceiling bespoke glazed display cabinet, inset with glass shelving, with drawers and double base cupboard beneath. A breakfast bar divides the kitchen from the seating/table area and incorporates useful base storage cupboards which can be accessed via either side. One cupboard has sliding pull out steel storage baskets. All doors and drawers operate a 'soft close' system. A complementary granite effect worktop is inset with a one and a half stainless steel sink unit and drainer with complementary fully tiled walls (to the kitchen area) in a soft neutral colour. Integrated appliances include a four ring gas hob, with a stainless steel 3 speed extractor with lighting above, an electric cooker with infra red grill, a 'Bosch' fridge/freezer, and a Neff slimline dishwasher. A 'Worcester' combination boiler and electric fuse box are concealed within separate cupboards. Coved ceiling. Radiator. Vinyl cushion tiled effect flooring to the kitchen area.
PVCu obscure double glazed window overlooking the front aspect. Coved ceiling. Pedestal, corner wash hand basin. Low-flush, close-coupled WC. Tiled surround to dado height. Plumbing for washing machine. Laminate wood-effect flooring.
From the split level landing there is a PVCu double glazed window overlooking the side aspect. Stairs continue to the first floor landing area. Ceiling hatch with drop down ladder leading to the insulated, part boarded loft space which has an open pitched roof. Power supplied. Doors then lead off to:
Bedroom 1 - 11' 4'' x 11' 9'' (3.45m x 3.58m)
Coved ceiling. PVCu double glazed window overlooks the rear garden and woodland beyond. Radiator.
Bedroom 2 - 10' 2'' x 8' 0'' (3.1m x 2.44m) (plus door recess)
PVCu double glazed window overlooking the front aspect with coved ceiling. Radiator.
Bedroom 3 - 8' 3'' x 8' 1'' (2.51m x 2.46m) (plus door recess)
PVCu double glazed window looks out to the rear garden and woodland beyond. Coved ceiling. Radiator. A door provides access to a useful storage cupboard having pine slatted shelving. Folding doors lead to a built-in double wardrobe with full hanging rail and storage shelving above.
Bedroom 4 - 9' 7'' x 7' 2'' (2.92m x 2.18m) (plus door recess)
This room is currently used as a study/hobbies room with twin desks. PVCu double glazed window overlooking the front aspect. Coved ceiling. Radiator.
PVCu obscure double glazed window overlooking the side aspect. Four recessed ceiling halogen downlighters. The bathroom comprises a white suite with close-coupled wc, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath with sliding glass shower screen and wall-mounted 'Mira Sport' electric shower over. Complementary fully tiled walls. Wall-mounted towel ring. Tall, ladder style electric heated towel rail.
The attractive rear gardens are laid to patio paving, lawn and a generous area of decking, ideal for a table and chairs for those who enjoy 'al-fresco' dining. Bordered on either side by fencing and with mature trees to the immediate rear, the garden offers a good degree of privacy and seating areas for enjoying the morning and late afternoon sun. Summerhouse and two ponds; one of which is stocked with goldfish. Two electric points.
Garage - 16' 8'' x 8' 0'' (5.08m x 2.44m)
Accessed via metal up and over door. Work bench to one end and two levels of wall mounted shelving. Power and lighting supplied.
Valley Way is ideally located to travel not only to Exmouth town and beach but also the neighbouring villages of Budleigh Salterton, Lympstone and Woodbury. The golden sandy beach and dunes of Exmouth are but a 5 -10 minute drive away. For keen walkers there is access nearby to many miles of coastal path starting at ' The Needle' at Orcombe Point, which denotes the start of the World Heritage coastline. The Exe Estuary has been designated an 'Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty' and offers further exceptional walks and a cycle path leading to Lympstone. The opportunities to enjoy a variety of watersports in addition to equestrian and golfing pursuits in the area are also plentiful. Exmouth train station provides access to the nearby Cathedral city of Exeter and beyond. Exmouth being a highly commutable coastal town, also within 20 minutes of the M5 motorway junction and offers an ideal base for those seeking an enhanced coastal lifestyle and enjoyment of all the area has to offer.
From our office proceed up Rolle Street into Rolle Road away from Exmouth town centre. At the roundabout turn left into Salterton Road. Proceed along this road passing Tescos on the left hand side and turn next left into Dinan Way at the traffic lights. Take the fourth turning on the left into Parkside Drive and the next turning right into Valley Way where number 24 can be found a short distance along on the right hand side.