Semi-detached 3 bedroom house built in the late 1920's which is now in need of complete modernisation with gardens and garage with lovely views over the cricket grounds to the front. Read more
Semi-detached 3 bedroom house built in the late 1920's which is now in need of complete modernisation with gardens and garage with lovely views over the cricket grounds to the front.
Semi-detached 3-bedroom house built in the late 1920's which is now in need of complete modernisation with gardens and garage with lovely views over the cricket grounds to the front. EPC Rating D.
Seaton is located between the ancient harbour of Axmouth and the white cliffs of Beer. Its mile long beach, part of the Jurassic Coast, opens onto the waters of Lyme Bay. The town itself has many small shops, a local hospital, doctors' surgeries, primary school, bank and building society. Seaton is a popular resort for holiday makers, and boasts a wealth of activities including golf, tennis, bowls and sailing. There are good secondary schools nearby along with the renowned Colyton Grammar School, which is just 3 miles inland. The County town of Exeter, with its regional airport, is some twenty miles to the west, and the mainline rail link to London (Waterloo) is at Axminster, approximately seven miles distant. An attractive and popular East Devon seaside resort with a good size resident population which is increasing rapidly with many new developments planned and currently under construction. The town attracts many tourists and day visitors throughout the year and is located on the world famous Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A new Jurassic Coast visitor centre has opened which will further boost visitor numbers. There is the unique Electric Tram Railway which operates from its Terminus nearby traveling through the Axe valley bird sanctuary and wetlands to the historic inland town of Colyton. The famous Beer Caves and Pecorama railway and visitor centre are close by in the fishing village of Beer.
From our offices in Seaton, turn left into Harbour Road and turn left at the first roundabout into The Underfleet. Straight across at the next two roundabouts. Turn right into Manor Road and right into Court Lane where Number 11 Court Lane will be found on the right hand side.
11 Court Lane is a semi-detached house which we believe was built in 1928 which is located in a quiet lane within easy reach of the town centre and seafront. The property enjoys lovely views from the front across the Cricket Ground opposite and towards the countryside in the distance. The front door opens to a central hallway with stairs rising to the first floor. The accommodation comprises a good sized Living Room which opens directly into a further reception room. This room is next to the kitchen and could be opened up to create a large kitchen/breakfast family room if desired which would open on to the rear garden. There is an additional dining room on the ground floor and a large understairs cupboard. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms and a bathroom. The bedrooms to the front enjoy the views towards the Cricket Ground. The house is now in need of modernisation and refurbishment, although a Worcester Bosch gas central heating boiler was installed three years ago.
From Court Lane a pedestrian gate leads to a pathway to the front door and beyond to the rear garden. The front garden has a wall to the front boundary and fence to side. The garden is very mature with flower borders and trees. The rear garden is enclosed and has an area which could be laid to a patio and two old block-built garden stores. A pathway leads to the side of the detached garage which fronts onto a private lane to the rear with access to the garage for Number 11 and neighbouring properties. Garage with up-and-over door and rear door.
We are advised that the property is Council Tax Band C.
We are advised that all mains services are connected.