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Fore Street, Silverton, Exeter, EX5
Guide price £289,950 | 2 bedrooms

Property features

• Popular Village
• Beautifully Refurbished
• Open Plan Sitting/Dining Room
• Kitchen
• Mezzanine Area & Study
• Two Double Bedrooms
• Bathroom
• WC & Shower Room
• Charming Enclosed Garden
• Gas Central Heating

A beautifully presented Grade II listed cottage in a delightful village centre position. Popular village. Beautifully refurbished. Open plan sitting/dining room. Kitchen. Mezzanine area and study. Two Double bedrooms. Bathroom, WC and shower room. Charming enclosed garden. Gas central heating.
Silverton has a thriving community plus an excellent range of local facilities including an award winning butchers / delicatessen / village store, two pubs, community hall and church. There is also a health centre and primary school (Ofsted - good) plus a number of societies and sporting clubs. Just over two miles away is the National Trust owned Killerton House with its extensive parkland open for walking and horse riding. The village lies just nine miles up the valley of the River Exe from the beautiful university and cathedral city of Exeter, with the town of Tiverton, renowned for Blundell's School, lying eight miles to the north.

This gorgeous cottage enjoys an excellent position in the centre of Silverton and is a Grade II listed. The cottage has recently been updated throughout and offers well proportioned rooms which are stylishly presented. The accommodation consists of a lovely open plan sitting and dining room with a wood burner, exposed beams and oak flooring. There is a bespoke fitted kitchen with shaker style units, quarry flagstones to the floor and a useful mezzanine area. A study area beyond the kitchen has tri-folding doors leading out to a good size courtyard garden which enjoys plenty of sun. There is also a downstairs shower room with WC. On the first floor are two double bedrooms and a beautiful bathroom. This property is ideal for those looking for a lovely home with great character.


Panelled wooden front door. Good sized under stairs cupboard with panel door and further concealed door to side .Oak flooring.

A lovely room with oak flooring and exposed beams and lintels. Open fireplace with fitted wood burner and stone hearth. Oak shelves for TV. Period multi paned window to the front. Open into:

Half turn staircase to the first floor with painted balusters and polished oak handrail. Former fireplace with oak lintel. Oak flooring and exposed beams. Bookshelves into chimney recess with down light. Multi-paned window to the courtyard garden. Open into:

A bespoke kitchen which is a real feature of the property which is fitted with individual but co-ordinating units. A sink unit which is shaker style with cupboards and drawers with solid wood worktop and Belfast sink with period style mixer tap. Spaces under with plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Space for gas fired Range cooker and fridge freezer. Fitted bench seat. Useful mezzanine area. Three double glazed windows to the garden. Quarry flagstones to the floor. Exposed beams. Down lights. Three Velux windows allowing natural light. At the far end of the kitchen is a:

With double glazed, tri-fold doors out to the courtyard garden making this a versatile space. Door to:

Wash hand basin, low level WC and walk-in, fully tiled shower cubicle with fitted shower unit and glass door. Chrome towel rail. Small double glazed window to the side.

A spacious landing enjoying good natural light with windows at ground and half landing level. Hatch to roof space. Built-in storage cupboard.

A double room with sash window to front. Feature wooden fire surround with tiled hearth. Exposed floorboards.

A double room with multi-paned period window to the front. Exposed floorboards.

A good size bathroom fitted with a painted panelled bath with modern fitted shower unit and glass screen. Tiled splash backs. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low level WC. Chrome towel rail. Large built-in airing cupboard with fitted shelving and wall mounted gas boiler. Double glazed window to the rear garden.

The front of the property has a small pretty area of garden enclosed with railings. There are a variety of shrubs and flowering plants including an attractive climbing pyracantha and rose. To the rear, accessed from tri-folding doors from the kitchen/study area, is a good sized courtyard garden. This is fully enclosed and enjoys plenty of sun throughout the day. It is mainly paved with herringbone brick with a small pond and area of lawn. There is also a fitted bench seat in one corner. Garden shed and wood store.

From Tiverton take the A396 towards Exeter for about 8 miles, turning left signposted Silverton, Broadclyst and Killerton House. After about half a mile and upon entering the village, at the mini roundabout turn left into Fore Street towards the Lamb Inn. Number 31 will be found on your left hand side.

Strictly by appointment only through the agents, Stags, on 01884 235705.

Mains electricity, water and drainage. Gas central heating.

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