A RECENTLY EXTENDED HOME WITH A PRETTY COTTAGE GARDEN AND LOVELY COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS.
Beech house, built in 1913 is an attractive detached home with delightful views over the
village and the Cannington Valley.
Situated on a quiet country lane, on the edge of the village its just a short walk over the fields
to the local primary school, shop and The Talbot Arms.
Beech House has been recently sympathetically extended to create a spacious and comfortable home. The accommodation comprises:
A part glazed stable door opens to the entrance hallway with a useful under stair storage cupboard and staircase rising to the first floor. The cottage style kitchen, looking out over the rear garden is fitted with a range of cream coloured units with solid beach work tops and a tiled floor. There is an adjacent utility room with further cupboards, space for washing machine, a door to the garden and a downstairs cloakroom. The kitchen opens to the dining room which has French doors to the garden. The cosy living room has a double aspect with countryside views. Standing on a slate hearth there is a stylish 'Contura' wood burning stove
with a polished stainless steel flue. A separate drawing room/study or additional bedroom with an open fireplace completes the ground floor.
Upstairs from the landing there is a good sized master bedroom with
wonderful rural views and a spacious en-suite. There are two further bedrooms, again with views over the village and neighbouring countryside. Externally a gravelled driveway provides parking for several vehicles with space and planning consent for a detached garage. A gate and pathway leads to the front door and extends alongside the house to the rear garden. The rear cottage style garden has attractive natural stone walls, an original well, raised borders and a timber store shed. To the side of the house, with views over the valley is a private and sunny paved patio .
Uplyme, situated on the Devon and Dorset border is a vibrant and popular village within easy reach of the coast at Lyme Regis. The village boasts a combined shop, post office and petrol station, a pretty parish church, pub, community hall, local cricket and football teams, tennis
court and playing fields which hosts the annual village fete and horticultural show. There is a well respected primary school in the village with The Woodroffe School also closeby. The station at Axminster (5 miles) has a mainline service to London Waterloo and there is a regional airport at Exeter. Read more