Substantial well-presented 4 bedroom house, situated in the sought after coastal village of Beer. Benefitting from flexible accommodation, ample parking, garage & workshop as well as wrap around gardens. Read more
Substantial well-presented 4 bedroom house, situated in the sought after coastal village of Beer. Benefitting from flexible accommodation, ample parking, garage & workshop as well as wrap around gardens.
10 Lanehead is a sizeable detached house situated the heart of the fishing village of Beer, within easy walking distances of the local amenities and the beach. The coastal path is only 150 yards away from the property and can be joined via a footpath running adjacent to Lanehead. Due to its elevated position, this property enjoys far reaching views across the village and to the countryside beyond.
This well presented property has been thoughtfully updated and improved over the years and now provides flexible accommodation with lovely landscaped gardens.
The property has the advantage of being able to be accessed from both the front and side of the property with a garage and workshop at a higher level to one side and a newly created large parking area for ample vehicles at the front. The property benefits from full gas fired central heating and double glazing and must be viewed internally to fully appreciate the space within. An ornate wooden panelled door opens into the spacious hall, wooden strip flooring flows throughout the majority of the ground floor. A large side window provides natural light into the area, whilst stairs rise to the first floor with storage for coats and shoes underneath. A glazed door opens into the sizeable triple aspect living room which enjoys views out to the gardens, village and countryside beyond. A further glazed door then opens into the modern kitchen diner which benefits from a matching range of gloss cashmere base units with granite worktops and upstands. The current owner has maximised the storage within the kitchen by adding a new run of matching floor to ceiling units which conceals a washing machine and tumble drier, the gas central heating boiler and space for an upright fridge freezer. In addition, there is a built in electric oven with gas hob and extractor fan overhead, integrated dishwasher and sizeable breakfast bar. An inset 1.5 bowl sink is situated beneath a large window to take full advantage of the views, whilst at the dining end there are large bifolding doors which open out to a patio seating area creating a delightful indoor-outdoor living space. A door from the hallway leads to a further reception room which is currently being used as a double bedroom, with a large picture window looking out towards the side of the property. There is also a shower room on the ground floor with large walk in-shower with aqua board and glass screen, wash hand basin set over a vanity unit, toilet and obscured glass window.
Stairs rise and turn from the entrance hallway to the first floor, bedroom one is a spacious dual aspect double room with deep built-in storage cupboard and en-suite with walk in shower, hand basin, toilet and obscured glass window. Bedroom two is another spacious dual aspect room which also benefits from a deep built in storage cupboard and ensuite shower room, alongside far reaching views across the village and to the countryside beyond. Bedroom four is a smaller double room with a large picture window enjoying the same views as bedroom two, alongside an airing cupboard with slatted shelving.
The Outside: The lovely private gardens wrap around the entirety of the property. A newly created large parking area is accessible from Lanehead and has steps leading up to the front of the property. A pathway leads to the front door and then continues around the property. The whole of the gardens are arranged over various levels incorporating lawns and paved seating and dining areas. At the front there is an area laid to lawn with a decked seating area which has a couple of steps up to a further decked area. To one side there is a paved and gravelled garden area with a lower paved alfresco dining area with wooden pagoda. Immediately adjacent to the dining end of the kitchen is a further paved seating area surrounded by flower borders. To the rear there is an area with olive trees and the pathway leads up to a detached building which comprises a workshop at the lower level and a single garage above which is accessed from Lanehead Road. The workshop has power and light with a window to the side and some base and wall storage units with worktops. The pathway then continues around to the other side of the property and back to the front. Steps rise from the side with terraced garden areas and continue to a pedestrian gate leading to Lanehead Road, the garage with up-and-over door with light, power and window to rear.
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Council Tax: We are advised that the property is: Council Tax Band E. East Devon District Council. Tel: 01404 515616.
Services: We are advised all mains services are connected