A stunning Regency-style house, built in 2003, to the current owners bespoke design and requirements
- Triple Garage
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Ground Floor : Pillared porch, reception hall, cloakroom, dining room, sitting room, study, play room, drawing room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room.
First Floor : Large landing with linen cupboard and balcony, master bedroom with dressing room and en suite bathroom, 3 further guest bedrooms with en suites and a walk-in wardrobe (previously a child's bedroom).
Second Floor : Landing, 2 further bedrooms (one previously a gym) and shower room.
Oil-fired central heating with underfloor heating throughout, sealed unit double glazing, triple garage, outbuildings, landscaped gardens, courtyard garden.
Uplyme House has an extremely private setting located at the end of a bridle path (with vehicle access) within an area designated as being one of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Uplyme itself is a small village approximately 2 miles from the town centre of Lyme Regis, with an excellent range of facilities including school, church, village hall, shop/post office and cricket club.
Lyme Regis is a much sought-after coastal town and the pearl of the Jurassic Coast with World Heritage Site Status. Here you will find a range of shops and restaurants to include Hix Oyster & Fish House, the famous Old Cobb Harbour, the setting of the film The French Lieutenants Woman and Jane Austen's "Persuasion", and Lymes sailing, bowls and golf clubs and the Marine theatre.
Nearby, Axminster offers a mainline railway station with an hourly service to Waterloo.
Local schools include Mrs Ethelstons CE Primary Academy at Uplyme and Woodroffe Secondary school that is renowned for outstanding Ofsted reports.
Uplyme House was designed by the current owners to an extremely high and personal specification and offers spacious and versatile family accommodation over three floors. The property oozes quality from the moment you step through the front door with oak flooring and full twist staircase to a galleried landing. Benefits include underfloor central heating throughout, UPVC double glazing (mostly sash windows), high ceilings with deep Georgian style cornices in all the main rooms, bespoke farmhouse-style kitchen with built in appliances, triple aspect drawing room, far reaching countryside views and large balcony from the first floor. All bedrooms on the first floor have en suite facilities with a further shower room on the second floor. The ground floor flows through to a large drawing room, separate sitting room, dining room, play room and study giving plenty of options for peace and quiet. French doors from most ground floor rooms lead onto the courtyard garden.
SOME NOTEWORTHY FEATURES:-
A five-amp ring main for lamps with dimmers throughout the house
Oak Flooring to hall, guest wc, dining room and playroom
Electronic gate controls in kitchen and bedroom
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
Set within a plot of approximately 1.6 acres, the property is approached through electronic double wooden security gates to a bay tree lined driveway and parking area. The expertly designed gardens are split into several sections to include a French-style Parterre, childrens garden area, gazebo and walk through pergola to a bespoke summer house. Further outbuildings include a childrens play house and gardeners store/shed.
The rear of the property offers a large courtyard garden, ideal for entertaining and alfresco dining with flood lighting, barbeque area, 100 year old olive tree, water feature, awning, outside wc and gated side access.
To the side there is a triple garage that can be accessed from the house with remote controlled roller doors and a boiler room.
Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating. Septic tank drainage.
LOCAL AUTHORITY East Devon District Council 01395 516551
Council Tax - Band H
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE Rating - C