Linhay Close is situated in a commanding position on one of Honiton's popular residential developments, conveniently located on the western fringes within walking distance of the town's Tesco store. Honiton is a bustling market town with a thriving community and is particularly well known as an antique and book centre. It has most of the usual multiples such as W. H. Smith and Boots, as well as a variety of independent shops, restaurants, schools, sports centre/swimming pool, golf club and main line rail link to London (Waterloo). Honiton has excellent commuter links with a dual carriageway to the Cathedral City of Exeter the County Town, some 16.5 miles to the west. Exeter has an excellent range of shopping and sporting facilities, theatres, arts centre, main line rail link to London (Paddington), international airport and M5 access. The Regency coastal resort of Sidmouth is about 9 miles to the south with its wide pebble beach (sand at low tide), long esplanade and range of independent shops and boutiques. Sidmouth lies on a World Heritage Site known as the Jurassic Coast, over which there are delightful picturesque walks and dramatic scenery. The renowned Colyton Grammar School, one of England's top mixed state schools, is situated about 9.5 miles away.
Number 18 is a detached, 3 bedroom bungalow which backs onto fields with a relatively open outlook to the front with some far-reaching views as it sits at the head of the first section of the cul-de-sac. The property has been under the same ownership since it was first built in 1992 and has been very well maintained since with replacement windows and fascias fitted around ten years ago and a new gas boiler fitted approximately 3 years ago.
The property is one of only two bungalows in this particular cul-de-sac and has a well-designed layout with large sitting room with box bay window to the front leading through to a dining room with glazed bifold doors to divide the spaces as required. There is a door from the dining room into the kitchen which is fitted with a good range of base and wall units with an eye level oven. Accessible from the kitchen is a conservatory which is cleverly divided to include a seating area with views to the garden and a boot room with door into the garden.
The entrance hall leads to the bedrooms with cloaks cupboard and linen cupboard, housing the boiler. There are 3 bedrooms in total, the smallest of which is currently used as a study and the other two being good sized doubles with fitted mirror-fronted wardrobes; one with additional fitted cupboards and the principal with an ensuite. The main shower room has been refitted with a large shower cubicle and modern white suite.
The property is slightly set back from the cul-de-sac with an extended block-paved driveway leading to the detached single garage and fencing which opens to a carport designed to house a motorhome or caravan discreetly. There is a lockable pedestrian gate which opens to the rear garden which is mainly hard landscaped for ease of maintenance with raised beds to the leafy boundaries, which are a haven for visiting birds. There is a small polycarbonate greenhouse and a wooden potting shed in the garden with an additional tool shed on the lower level.