Presented in excellent order throughout and the subject of considerable improvement in recent years, the house provides well proportioned accommodation and with a sympathetic combination of both modern and period features. There are high ceilings with picture rails, original front and internal doors and two attractive fireplaces, one with a period surround. There is a modern gas boiler, pressurised hot water system and uPVC double glazed windows throughout the house.
The hallway features an impressive staircase rising and turning to a galleried landing. There are separate reception rooms, both having a double aspect, the sitting room featuring a marble fireplace with log burner and in the dining room an original fire surround.
A particular feature of the house is a most impressive kitchen/breakfast room beautifully fitted with a comprehensive range of units and preparation island with adjoining breakfast table. Appliances include twin ovens, a microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. An adjoining utility room provides space for additional appliances.
The main bedroom is double aspect, generous in size and features a bay window having a south westerly aspect with views over the town to Peak Hill and the sea. There is a study off which in turn leads to well appointed shower room. The second bedroom is a good size double room with built in wardrobes. There are two further good size bedrooms, one currently used as a study and the other with connecting door to the main shower room.
The house stands on a mature, corner plot featuring well stocked beds and borders and with a lawn garden to the front, enjoying a south westerly aspect with views over the town to Peak Hill. Further garden to the south easterly side of the house provides a beautiful seating area whilst pathways around the property lead to the rear. There is a potting shed, a secluded patio garden with sea views and a driveway leading to a detached garage. Of timber construction, the garage measures 4m x 4.9m (13’3 x 16’), has power, light, overhead storage and an electric door.
Hillside Road is a most sought after address in Sidmouth, situated on the lower slopes of Salcombe Hill, on the east side of The Sid Valley. As such, the area enjoys any afternoon and evening sun, with dramatic sunsets, stunning views and is within walking distance of both the seafront and South West Coast Path.
We are advised by East Devon District Council that the council tax band is G.
Vacant possession on completion.
Opposite the Radway cinema follow Salcombe Road passing the entrance to The Byes on the left and taking the next right into Hillside Road. At the T junction turn right, proceeding up the road whereupon the house will be found on the left before Kestell Road.
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