Number 17 Lane End Close is your typical definition of the true family home. With its long driveway, large garage and generously proportioned predefined spaces on the ground floor the house is perfectly designed for socialising and entertaining with both family members and guests.
The difference here is that thanks to its coastal position set within one of North Devon's most prestigious villages, it also offers a location that can almost be unrivalled for visits.
The property is perfectly situated for easy access to the beach as well as the four public houses and independent shops that also reside in its immediate vicinity. There is also the Tarka trail for river and estuary walks and all the amenities to offer from the nearest town, Bideford which is only 2 miles distant.
Featuring a mix of blue composite external render and traditional brick the property sits back from the roadside with a long drive with space for three vehicles accessed by a five bar wooden gate.
The entrance door leads into a welcoming enclosed porch with internal door into the main hallway. Featuring a handy coat hanging area under the stairs the hall also benefits from a downstairs cloakroom and a door into the main living accommodation.
Comprising of the kitchen, dining, study area and living room this is the stand out feature of this house. Measuring over 28ft across (not including the living room) this multifunctional room feels both spacious and light, thanks mainly due to its bifolding doors and multiple duel aspect windows.
A set of internal sliding oak doors to the left of the room lead into the living room area which is further complimented with windows and additional access onto the garden.
At the opposite end you will find the modern kitchen which is a stylish space that features a range of neutral coloured wall, base and drawer units set within light oak effect work surfaces over and high spec Bosch double oven and microwave and Neff gas hob. There are also further spaces for a fridge and freezer. At the far end is a rear lobby which in turn leads into a personal entrance to the garage.
Venturing upstairs the landing is positioned to the front of the house and offers a pretty outlook out over the close with possible sea glimpses to be sighted beyond. The broad window also provides light into the space which has doors leading to all rooms. There are three double bedrooms and a box room/ possible fourth bedroom on the upper level. The master bedroom sits at the far left of the building and also benefits from an en-suite with a standalone oval bath and shower. There is also a family bathroom which serves the remaining bedrooms with suitable washing facilities.
Outside and the front garden is mainly laid to lawn with a drive and path providing access to the garage and main entrance. There is access along the perimeter of the plot to the rear which faces south and east.
The garden itself is slightly angular and features areas laid to lawn with a pretty pergola, a large decked patio and natural hedged borders. It is worth mentioning that the garden is also secluded and makes a perfect place for alfresco dining, during the summer.
Services - mains electricity, gas and water
Title - Freehold
Council Tax - Band E
EPC - C
Kitchen / Dining Room and Study Area 28'5" x 17'7" (8.66m x 5.36m).
Sitting Room 17'7" x 10'10" (5.36m x 3.3m).
Double Garage 16'11" x 16'1" (5.16m x 4.9m).
Bedroom 1 12'6" x 10'10" (3.8m x 3.3m).
Bedroom 2 14'5" x 9'10" (4.4m x 3m).
Bedroom 3 12' x 9'10" (3.66m x 3m).
Box Room 11'2" x 5'1" (3.4m x 1.55m).
Services All mains services connected
Viewing Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agents
Council Tax E
Driving from Bideford Town on the A39, take the left filter lane just after crossing the new bridge across the River Torridge and follow the signs to Instow. The main road through the village is called Anstey Way. Continuing on Anstey Way for a quarter of a mile take the turning to the left opposite the marine base onto Marine Parade. Take another left into Lane End Close and the property is positioned at its base.