- Two double bedroom barn conversion
- Convenient location on edge of Exeter
- Open plan living dining and kitchen area
- Large boarded and insulated loft room
- Private garage with mezannine storage
- Extensive communal gardens and bin store
- Area of private garden
- Additional gravelled parking area and visitor's parking
- EX2 8XP
A much enhanced two-bedroom stone built barn conversion with spacious loft room, converted in 1983 and retaining plenty of character and original features. The property is very conveniently located on the outskirts of Exeter ideal for access in to Exeter itself, and south to Torbay/Plymouth or north via the M5. There is a hotel nearby as well as farm shop and cafe, and the supermarkets and retail facilities of Marsh Barton industrial estate are within easy reach.
The property has been much improved with the opening up of the downstairs to form an L-shaped living/ dining/ kitchen area. The living area has exposed beams, two deep display sills, and gas powered log burner, and a modern fitted kitchen with solid granite worktops has been installed. There is a landing storage cupboard in addition to understairs storage. Upstairs are 2 double bedrooms one of which has deep fitted cupboards, and a bathroom, The landing hallway makes for a pleasant seating/ reading area and overlooks the courtyard from a large arched window. Of particular note is the spacious loft room, currently accessed by loft ladder. Boarded and insulated by the current vendor it is painted white and has three conservation rooflights with thermal blinds, bathing it in light. It has great potential being used currently as a studio/ office. The property has gas central heating; the boiler and electrical systems at the property were updated in 2014.
Outside is a good-sized private garage with mezzanine storage area above, and separate gravelled parking area, as well as communal bin store. There is some further on-road parking on the lane outside the development. The Matford Mews development as a whole retains its character and benefits from a beautiful central courtyard area (our subject property owning the lawned area in front of its lounge) and extensive communal gardens to the rear of the barns offering plenty of space to unwind or for children to play freely.
Agents Note: Whilst the property is freehold the communal areas are leasehold. We are advised by our vendor that the current monthly charge is £42.
Whilst the EPC is current a new combi boiler has been installed and the roof insulated since the rating was made.
LETTINGS NOTE :
Robert Williams Estate Agents estimate that the rental return for this property should be in the region of £875 per month, which equates to a gross yield of approximately 3.8%. Please feel free to contact us for further information on[use Contact Agent Button]
Kitchen - 10' 5'' x 9' 3'' (3.17m x 2.82m)
Lounge - 15' 5'' x 10' 4'' (4.70m x 3.15m)
Bedroom 1 - 10' 4'' x 9' 3'' (3.15m x 2.82m)
Bedroom 2 - 10' 4'' x 9' 2'' (3.15m x 2.79m)
Attic Room - 20' 6'' x 12' 9'' (6.24m x 3.89m)
Garage - 16' 3'' x 9' 5'' (4.95m x 2.87m)
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