Beautifully presented and tastefully decorated throughout, this charming three bedroom detached family home sits with an elevated position in a quiet cul-de-sac, minutes from the popular Stoke Hill Schools and City Centre.
Every room is well proportioned, has its own character and feels instantly homely. It is tastefully decorated, on trend and finished to a high standard which continues throughout the property.
On entering, you are welcomed into the entrance hall which leads to the principle ground floor rooms. To the left, sits a good-sized sitting room which is flooded with sunlight and patio doors that open out to a decked area to the side garden, allowing the living space to extend in the summer months. For the cosier nights in, there is a wood burner with slate hearth, a real feature of the room.
Just off the hallway, the bright kitchen is fitted with stylish grey shaker style units, brass handles, a Belfast sink and a solid oak work top which compliments the smart engineered wooden floor which flows throughout the ground floor. There is an integrated oven with gas hob, dishwasher and space for a fridge/freezer. The views from here are stunning and overlook the valley, Stoke Woods and surrounding farmland. There is ample space for a dining room table and chairs and patio doors open out to another side of the garden.
Also, off the hallway is a convenient cloakroom fitted with a WC and corner sink and a handy under stairs cupboard.
Upstairs, there are three bright and light bedrooms and the family bathroom.
Bedroom one is dual aspect, finished with grey washed painted floorboards, commands stunning views and boasts built in wardrobes.
Bedroom two and three both enjoy views of the garden and have neutral wool carpets fitted. Bedroom three would make a wonderful office or smaller third bedroom.
The family bathroom which sits in the middle just off the landing has a smart white suite, rain head shower over the bath and striking, Portuguese floor tiles.
The property has garden to every aspect of the building but the majority of it sits to the side, making the most of the southerly aspect. Steps up from the road lead to the partly decked and lawned area, with stocked beds and includes an apple, cherry and pear tree. A further terraced area which sits beyond possesses attractive views of the valley.
To the front of the property, there is a garage with an up and over door and including a water supply. There is also a private driveway with parking for two cars.
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage
Gas central heating
Council tax band D
Exeter City Council