Modernised and extended 3-4 bedroom home within a short walk of the picturesque town of Colyton with garden, ample parking and exceptional views to the rear.
Croxton is a semi-detached family home, built in 1938 in an elevated position with exceptional, far-reaching views to the rear. The property has been a much loved and enjoyed home for our vendors for over 20 years with many improvements having been made over the period of their occupation. Worthy of particular mention is the contemporary, vaulted extension to the rear, creating a very desirable and impressive sociable kitchen/living space which opens onto a paved terrace with fabulous views.
Within the original footprint of the property were two reception rooms which have been combined to create a large living/dining space with fireplace. This area has also been extended to the rear creating a further room which offers a number of uses including as a fourth bedroom/study with doors out to the garden.
To the front of the property is a large area, suitable for parking a number of vehicles. The rear garden has a large paved terrace, perfect for a good sized table and chairs. The rest of the garden is mainly laid to lawn with well-stocked borders softening the boundaries and providing lots of colour and interest. In addition, there are two storage sheds to the end of the garden and exceptional far-reaching views across Colyton to the patchwork of Devon countryside beyond.
Hillside is a quiet cul-de-sac conveniently located within a short walk of the centre of this small picturesque town which offers a comprehensive range of shopping and recreational amenities. The renowned Colyton Grammar School, one of the country's top mixed state schools, is situated about a mile away on the outskirts of the village of Colyford.
The town, with its beautiful medieval church, is situated amongst some of East Devon's most attractive countryside, much of which is designated as being of outstanding natural beauty and there are a myriad of footpaths in the vicinity.
The coast at Seaton, some 3 miles to the south, offers a long pebble beach and esplanade and there are beautiful coastal walks both east and west over the south west peninsular footpath.
The busy market town of Axminster is approximately 5 miles to the north east and has a wide variety of amenities including shops, supermarkets, various schools and leisure facilities, eateries, which include Hugh Fearnley-Whitingstall's River Cottage Shop and Café, and with a main line rail link to London (Waterloo).