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1 Marlborough Cottages is a semi-detached red brick house offering light-filled flexible accommodation arranged over two floors and, while in need of extensive refurbishment and cosmetic modernisation, offers the potential purchaser an ideal opportunity to create a wonderful family home. In its current configuration, the ground floor accommodation briefly comprises a spacious sitting room, a kitchen/breakfast room with an original cast iron range, plus a family bathroom. Concealed stairs rise from the sitting room to the first floor which provides a large principal bedroom, one further well-proportioned bedroom and a family bathroom. Pleasant countryside views can be enjoyed from the first floor.
Local Authority: East Devon District Council.
Services: Mains electricity and water. Shared private drainage. No heating system currently installed.
Council Tax: Band B.
Overage: The sale will be subject to an overage provision. A right to overage will be reserved to the vendor for a period of 20 years fro the point of sale at 30% of any uplift in value of the property resulting from development. Development shall include the erection of a new dwelling or dwellings, the replacement of the existing cottages as well as any new extension that will be larger in size than 50% of the existing footprint and shall be payable on the implementation of planning permission for such development or on the sale of the property with the benefit of such planning permission, whichever is the earlier.
Mineral Rights: The mineral rights will be reserved by the vendor.
The property is approached through twin iron gates over a front garden with an area of level lawn and hardstanding for off-road parking. In need of maintenance and offering real landscaping potential, the good-size garden to the side and rear of the property is laid mainly to lawn and features a detached brick-built outbuilding with a shed and original bread oven; the whole screened by mature shrubs and trees.
Clyst Honiton is a popular East Devon village with a good range of day-to-day amenities including a church, playing field and three popular public houses. The nearby cathedral City of Exeter is the most thriving city in the South West and offers excellent cultural and recreational facilities with many restaurants, wine bars and cafés. Highlights include a number of theatres, the RAMM museum, an arts centre, the Princesshay shopping development, John Lewis, IKEA and numerous independent shops.
The area offers a good number of well-regarded educational options including St. Martins C of E Primary, Exeter School, The Maynard and Exeter College (Ofsted rated Outstanding), as well as one of the best universities in the country in Exeter.
Communications links are excellent: the property is well-located for access onto the A30, and the M5 provides links to the national motorway network and the A38. There are regular services from Exeter St. Davids, some of which take as little as just over two hours. Exeter Airport provides a good range of flights to domestic and international destinations.
From Exeter, join the A30 in the direction of Honiton. Take the B3174/B3184 exit signposted Cranbrook/Exeter Airport and at the next roundabout take the 5th exit onto the B3184. At the following roundabout take the 1st exit, and soon after at the crossroads, turn right signposted for Marlborough Cottages. The property is found shortly afterwards on the right hand side.Read all
- In need of renovation
- Just 5 miles from Exeter
- Two bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
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