A beautifully presented Victorian townhouse in a quiet, sought-after position in central Exeter.
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Little Nutmeg is a beautifully presented three bedroom Victorian townhouse, which is well laid out over four floors. The house has plenty of period charm and features high quality fittings including solid oak flooring.
On the ground floor, the stunning double aspect sitting room/dining room has a wood burning stove and large sash windows providing ample light. There is a utility room with access to the courtyard garden, with an integrated Miele freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. Downstairs is a contemporary kitchen with Neff integrated appliances including two electric ovens, warming drawer, induction hob, extractor fan, microwave, dishwasher, large refrigerator and a Zip under sink water heater. French doors lead out to steps to the garden.
The three bright and well-proportioned bedrooms are on the first and second floors, all with lovely period features including decorative fireplaces and large sash windows. Views of the Devon countryside can be enjoyed from bedroom three. The elegant family bathroom is also on the first floor, with a gorgeous decorative fireplace, a contemporary double ended freestanding bath and a wet- room style shower.
General: Services: All mains. Underfloor heating in the kitchen and family bathroom. Local Authority: Exeter City Council. Parking: Residents permits available for the nearby Bystock Terrace Car Park and Richmond Road Car Park for £150 per year. Parking also available at Northernhay Street Car Park. Further shared parking available outside Little Nutmeg.
Little Nutmeg has a very pretty low maintenance courtyard garden, with a raised flowerbed and a shed. There is also a small front garden with mature shrubs providing privacy. The property also benefits from unusually good eco credentials due to substantial exterior insulation to the rear and supplemental solar hot water heating on the roof.
Little Nutmeg is situated in a central sought-after city centre location, yet is tucked away and quietly positioned. It is extremely well located for the many excellent local shops and restaurants. Exeter is the most thriving city in the South West and offers a wide choice of cultural activities with theatres, cinemas, the museum and an arts centre. Exeter University is recognised as one of the best in the country, and there are many well-regarded schools including Exeter School and the Maynard. Transport links are excellent, the M5 at Exeter gives access to the national motorway network, whilst rail services from Exeter St. David's take as little as two hours. Exeter Airport offers an ever-increasing number of domestic and international flights.
From the Clock Tower roundabout, proceed towards the city centre on Queen Street. Just after passing the Rougemont Hotel turn right onto Northernhay Street. Northernhay Square is found on the right hand side.Read all
- Highly sought-after city centre location
- Beautifully presented
- Three bedrooms
- Eco friendly
- Pretty courtyard garden
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