A mid-terraced family home with three bedrooms and an enclosed rear garden in the Beacon Heath area of Exeter.
A path leads through the decent-sized front garden which has areas of decorative gravel and neatly trimmed bushes and leads to the entrance porch. Inside, it is well-presented with light and neutral decor throughout and feels warm and welcoming with gas central heating and double-glazing throughout.
The entrance porch is carpeted, has space for coats and shoes, and a door leads into the hallway where there is a carpeted staircase rising to the first floor. An opening to the side leads into the kitchen/breakfast room which has a carpeted area to the front that would make a great study, ideal for those working from home, and flows through into the modern kitchen with durable tile-effect vinyl floor and a range of white fitted base and drawer units with matching wall-cabinets; providing plenty of cupboard space. There is ample wood-effect worktop space including a breakfast bar, ideal for informal dining, with doors to a large under-stairs cupboard beneath. There is a built-in double-oven, a separate ceramic hob with a modern extractor hood above, a composite one and a half-bowl sink with a mixer tap beneath the window, floor space for an upright fridge/freezer, space with plumbing beneath the worktop for a washing machine and dishwasher and a door to the garden.
The living/dining room is spacious and has plenty of light from sliding patio doors to the rear and a wide window to the front. A fireplace, with a granite surround and hearth, has a living-flame gas fire and makes a nice feature and focal point for the room. There is plenty of space for a dining table and seating for four or six, ideal for any occasion.
Upstairs, the master bedroom is a good double with a wide window to the front. It has a painted feature wall, a dressing room area and fitted wardrobes providing an abundance of clothes storage. There are two further light and airy bedrooms, a double with a wide window to the rear currently used as a study/games room and a good single with an over stairs storage area and a window to the front. The bathroom has a tile-effect vinyl floor and fully-tiled walls containing a centre-fill bath with a shower above, a vanity unit, with a circular basin and storage beneath for toiletries, a hidden-cistern WC, and a chrome heated towel rail. The landing has an airing cupboard with an insulated hot water cylinder and a wall mounted gas boiler providing the heating and hot water and a hatch in the landing ceiling provides access to the loft space with there is plenty of additional storage.
Outside, the rear garden is a decent size and is fully enclosed making it safe for children and pets. There is an area of paving, an outside tap and steps up to a raised terrace of timber decking bordered by timber-edged beds of plants, shrubs and flowers, making an ideal space for alfresco dining or a barbecue. There is a timber shed providing storage for garden furniture and steps lead up to an expanse of gravel where there is hydroponics greenhouse and double gates which open onto a rear service lane. With the removal of the greenhouse this would allow parking for up to two cars. Additional parking is available on-road at the front of the property or nearby.
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