The popular village of Sidford is on the northern fringes of Sidmouth and offers a range of amenities, including pub, church and stores including a Waitrose, along with regular bus services. The village has fantastic communication links and is just two miles from the Regency town of Sidmouth, noted for its long esplanade, beaches and public gardens.
Sidmouth has a range of independent shops and amenities, as well as recreational facilities including a swimming pool, sailing club, cricket pitch, tennis and croquet clubs, and a popular golf course. Sidmouth is within the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is on the spectacular Jurassic Coast, a designated World Heritage Site renowned for its geological interest and dramatic cliffs and beaches.
The cathedral city of Exeter is an easy commute to the west and offers a wide range of facilities, rail links on the Paddington and Waterloo lines, access to the M5 at Junction 30 and Exeter International Airport.DESCRIPTION
Built in the 1960s the property has been developed and extended over the years to provide flexible and spacious accommodation. Located in a popular residential area within easy reach of excellent schooling, local amenities and delightful countryside and coastal walks. There is further potential to extend to the rear or add an additional storey to expand the accommodation, subject to the necessary consents. Overall the property would make a wonderful family home.ACCOMMODATION
Entrance porch has plenty of storage for coats and footwear and leads into an inner hall with stairs to first floor. The sitting room is nicely arranged with large bay windows allowing plentiful light to fill the room. A feature fireplace creates a focal point in the room which is decorated with tiling. The kitchen / dining room is well-fitted with a range of base and wall units with wooden worktops and tiled splashback. Built in appliances include an electric oven with gas hob. There is space for a dishwasher and a stand-alone fridge and freezer. The cupboard under the stairs has been transformed into a utility area with space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Leading out to the large conservatory which acts as an additional reception room with stunning countryside views. One could further develop the conservatory into a single or two storey rear extension, subject to the necessary consents.
To the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The principle bedroom is a good size double bedroom with space for fitted wardrobes and large windows looking out to the front of the property. The family bathroom has been recently modernised to an excellent standard and fitted with w/c, hand wash basin and bath with shower above.OUTSIDE
The property has a large front drive with several parking spaces and a low maintenance garden mostly gravelled with flower beds. To the rear, the first section of the garden immediately outside of the conservatory is brick paved offering a low maintenance patio area. There are two good sized outbuildings; one being used as a play room and the other a garden office. Both of which have power and light. At the end of the garden it is mostly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees and an area for a vegetable patch. The garden has stunning views to be enjoyed over the Sid valley.SERVICES
All mains services. Gas fired central heating.DIRECTIONS
From the centre of Sidmouth proceed up the road and at the roundabout continue straight across, following Vicarage Road, Temple Street and Arcot Road to Exeter Cross, bearing right to join Sidford Road. At the end of the road, at the crossroad junction in Sidford turn left, taking the next right into Frys Lane. Take the second left into Higher Brook Meadow where the property will be found on the right-hand side.