Weirholme is a well-presented detached family home, offering four bedrooms and flexible reception space arranged over three floors. The property benefits from a private sweeping driveway and well-maintained gardens measuring
approximately 3/4 of an acre in an idyllic position by the riverside. The property is set in a desirable edge-of-village location and benefits from easy access to amenities and to Exeter. The property has planning consent to extend and the accomodation could be divided to suit multigenerational living.
A bright entrance hall leads you through to the ground floor reception rooms. The generous sitting room features a brick-built fireplace housing a woodburning stove and enjoys a triple aspect with glass doors that open out onto the southeast-facing garden. The well-proportioned study provides further attractive reception space and also enjoys a triple aspect allowing for a wealth of natural light. The adjacent formal dining room provides access to the outside space through French doors. The kitchen/breakfast room provides plenty of storage in wooden units to base and wall level as well as modern integrated appliances that include an oven with a hob and extractor hood. The adjoining utility room provides space for further household appliances and storage. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a useful cloakroom.
There are three good sized bedrooms on the first floor including the principal bedroom, which benefits from fitted storage and an en suite shower room and separate cloakroom. The first floor is serviced by a modern family bathroom. On the second floor there is a further double bedroom with an adjoining storage room and separate dressing room. The storage room provides an opportunity to be converted into an en suite bathroom if required.
Weirholme has planning permission granted for a significant extension. The planning consent provides flexible accommodation options that allow for a larger family home or opportunities for multigenerational living. In the proposed plans the existing garage will be converted into further living accommodation with the possible layout including a reception room, a useful downstairs cloakroom and an adjoining store/utility room. The plans for the first floor extension includes a master bedroom suite benefitting from it's own en suite bathroom and adjoining dressing room.
Please be aware that the property is in a low flood risk zone and the property has never flooded to the current owners knowledge.
Local Authority: Mid Devon District Council
Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.
Council Tax: Band F
Wayleaves and Easements: The property is sold subject to any wayleaves or easements, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
Planning Reference: 21/02297/HOUSE. Prospective purchasers are advised that they should make their own enquiries of the local planning authority
Guide Price: £895,000
The property is set just outside the small village of Newton St. Cyres, three miles north of Exeter and surrounded by beautiful Devon countryside. The village has a local shop, a restaurant, a post office, primary school and golf, tennis and cricket clubs, while the small town of Crediton, just over four miles away, offers further local amenities, including supermarkets, a range of shops, restaurants, cafés and leisure facilities. Opportunities for outdoor pursuits in the area are endless: the National Trust Estate of Killerton House is close by, as are the beautiful East, North and South Devon coastlines, and the rugged splendour of the Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks. Exeter, approximately six miles away, is the most thriving city in the South West and offers a wide choice of cultural activities
with the theatre, the museum, arts centre and a wealth of good shopping and restaurants including a John Lewis and a Waitrose supermarket. Many well-regarded schools can be found in Exeter, including Exeter School, Exeter College(Outstanding rated) and The Maynard, whilst Exeter University is recognised as one of the best universities in the country.
Communication links are excellent; the M5 motorway provides links to the A38 to Plymouth, or the A30 to Cornwall to the South, and Bristol and London to the north and east. Newton St. Cyres has a railway station offering services to Exeter, while Exeter St. David's mainline station provides regular services to London Paddington taking just over 2 hours. Exeter International Airport provides an ever increasing number of domestic and international flights.
A private driveway leads from the lane to the property, where it opens into a spacious parking area that provides access to the integrated double garage and to a further detached garaging block. The garden beside the driveway include lawns, an orchard, a vegetable garden and a greenhouse. At the front and side of the house the garden leads to an impressive riverside setting while to the rear of the property, there is further enclosed garden area
with paved terracing, an area of lawn with border shrubs, hedgerow and trees.