Honiton Property of the Week: Large family 4-bed home in Colyton
Each week Honiton Nub News brings you a Property of the Week in Honiton or the surrounding area. This week it is a substantial family home in beautiful Colyton.
By Kate Baxter
25th Nov 2022 | Property of the Week
Are you looking for a new home in Honiton, or do you enjoy browsing properties available in the local area?
Either way, you'll like our Property of the Week feature, where we highlight some of the homes currently on the market.
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This week's pick is a 4-bed house in Colyton, being marketed by Bradleys Estate Agents with a guide price of £550,000.
This is a smart-looking detached home within walking distance to the popular town of Colyton. It offers lots of space as well as a double garage and gardens.
The front door opens into an entrance hall, with stairs rising to the first floor. There is a ground floor WC.
Found off the entrance hall, the lounge is well-proportioned and light. From the lounge there is a second sitting room, which could be a playroom or reading room. The separate dining room offers space for a large table and chairs.
The kitchen has a modern range of units, a built-in double oven and hob. It is well-presented and there is plenty of space for appliances. A door from the kitchen leads to the side elevation.
Moving upstairs, we find a large the master bedroom with en suite with shower cubicle and bath. There are three further good size bedrooms and a smart family bathroom.
A shared driveway provides off-road parking and leads to a detached double garage. There are enclosed gardens to the side and rear of the house and some countryside views.
Required Information: Freehold. East Devon District Council. Band E. Shared access for driveway. Photovoltaic system for hot water - owned. Extended 10 years ago.
To find out more or to book a viewing, visit the Bradleys website or call 01404 510 555.
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