A superb Beerstone house located in the heart of the village, just a short stroll from the beach and with views to the sea
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A superb Beerstone house located in the heart of the village, just a short stroll from the beach and with views to the sea.
Cineri is a handsome house which forms part of an
attractive terrace built from the locally quarried Beerstone in the early 1900s. It sits just a stones throw from the main village street and is within a leisurely 5/10 minute walk of the sea at Beers stunning cove.
The house itself has been the subject of a comprehensive programme of refurbishment and remodelling in recent years and is found in very good order. These works
included the installation of a central heating system and boiler, the upgrading of the electrics, a new kitchen and bathroom, as well as the replacement the rear windows (to uPVC) and secondary glazing to the front. It is also worth noting that there is planning approval (Ref: 17/1155/FUL) for a loft conversion to provide a third bedroom and shower room, with a dormer to the rear and conservation roof lights.
The accommodation is well proportioned and worthy of particular mention is the bright sitting room which has a large bay window and feature brick fireplace, and the principal bedroom which has a good range of fitted wardrobes and views over the rooftops to the sea.
To the front of Cineri is a sunny paved garden with steps rising to the front door. To the rear is a covered walkway (over which the adjoining cottages have a right of way), where there is a very useful utility room and cloakroom.
Steps rise to the gardens which are set out on several levels and there is a timber shed and greenhouse. To the top of the garden is a fabulous decked terrace where there are superb panoramic views over the village, Church of St Michael's and sea. Cineri enjoys a further right of way giving access to the top of the rear garden.
Cineri is located in the heart of the picturesque and
highly desirable village of Beer, which in turn nestles on the World Heritage Jurassic Coast. Beer is a typical example of an unspoilt Devon fishing village and has a variety of shopping and recreational amenities such as restaurants, public houses, post office, galleries, primary school and sailing club. Glorious country and coastal walks are close at hand over the myriad of footpaths in the near vicinity which include the South West Peninsular Coastal Path from which there are stunning views over this dramatic stretch of coastline.
The Regency town of Sidmouth lies some 8 miles to the west and is one of East Devon's premier coastal resorts. It has beautiful parks and walks and has a variety of shops including a branch of Waitrose. It also has a cinema, theatre and range of sporting facilities.
The market town of Axminster lies about 9 miles away and has a main line rail link to London Waterloo. Exeter, the County Town, is approximately 23 miles distant with excellent shopping facilities, express rail link to London Paddington, international airport and M5 access. Colyton Grammar School, one of the country's top mixed state schools is also within easy reach about 4 miles away.