• Terrace
  • Lounge
  • Kitchen
  • View From The Pergola
  • Front Elevation
  • Portico
  • View From Front Terrace
  • Reception Hall
  • Reception Hall
  • Lounge
  • Dining Room
  • Dining Room
  • Conservatory
  • Kitchen
  • Utility Room
  • Reception Hall
  • Master Bedroom
  • Master En-suite
  • Master En-suite
  • Bedroom 2
  • Family Bathroom
  • Bedroom 3
  • Study / Bedroom 4
  • Side Gate
  • Rear Driveway
  • Side Patio and Conservatory
  • Double Garage
  • Rear Patio
Property Description

If you are looking for a substantial home with large social spaces, 4 large bedrooms, gardens, patios, and a double garage, this home could be for you.
The present homeowners have loved living in this secluded family home, situated in a quiet, sought-after residential area of Dawlish. The rear garden backs onto well-established woodland, which in turn opens onto public footpaths across farmland with extensive rural and sea views. Within walking distance of both the Smugglers Inn, Dawlish town centre and bus routes. The new owners may choose to update the property or alternatively enjoy the late 20th century decor. This home has a huge potential to be adapted to create large open-plan living areas, extended or just enjoyed as it is.
Dawlish offers a wide range of amenities, including Coryton Cove beach, which is used widely by local families, and the long stretch of beach leading from Dawlish to Red Rock and onto Dawlish Warren. The town has many established social and interest groups for all ages, churches, bars and cafés. The lawn, in the centre of town, is a focal point for community activities and events. The annual Dawlish carnival in August each year, is an established highlight. 2 good primary schools and a good secondary school serve the town well. Dawlish has good transport links, including a train station and easy access to Teignmouth, Exeter and beyond.

The accommodation is arranged across a large footprint on one floor. As you step inside, you immediately notice how spacious the reception hall is. This is currently used as a sitting room and would also be suited for use as a dining hall. From the reception hall, you can access all areas of the home. The lounge has views towards the sea, while the dining room leads into a south-facing conservatory where you can enjoy the winter sun. French doors open from here into the garden, which is mainly laid to lawn. The property has been looked after and well maintained by the present owner, most recently with a practical new kitchen. The large utility room adds extra storage and space for appliances. The gas central heating boiler is located here.. The entire house has uPVC double glazing

Arriving at the property, a footpath leads past the parking space to the covered portico. The front door opens into an inner vestibule.
Reception Hall.
This large space brings you to the heart of the home. A large, double doored cloakroom cupboard provides ample storage. Wood effect vinyl flooring adds to the homely feel. This space has multiple doors leading to all the bedrooms, the family bathroom, kitchen and lounge. A loft space is also accessible from here.
Lounge
Entering through a pair of glazed doors, the lounge provides a large social space. Large windows facing east bring morning sunlight into the lounge. A gas fireplace with a wooden mantle is central to the far wall. Either side of the fire, 2 high-level, double-glazed windows bring afternoon sun into the room. The room is heated by 2 double radiators. The room opens into the dining room.
Dining Room
The room provides enough space for a large formal dining area. A double-glazed sliding door leads into the conservatory.

Conservatory
The uPVC double-glazed room faces south, benefitting from sunlight throughout the afternoon, before it sets behind the neighbouring woodland. It allows a full view of the rear garden. The floor is ceramic tiles and French doors lead outside.
Kitchen
The kitchen has a range of base and high-level units; pull out larder unit, integrated double oven, gas hob extractor hood, dishwasher and fridge freezer. A glazed internal door leads to the reception hall. There is also a door to the Utility Room.
Utility Room
The boiler is housed in a fitted cupboard. A full height cupboard, behind the door, houses the immersion heater and hot water cylinder. Plumping for a washing machine and tumble dryer, ample base and wall units with work surfaces and a sink unit, makes a large practical utility space. A door leads out to the rear patio.
Bedroom 1
A large master bedroom with a double-glazed window, lets in the morning sun. It has 2 double radiators, 2 wall lights and a door leads to the master en-suite.
En-suite
A white suite with a fully tiled surround is installed. A panelled bath, low level close coupled WC, bidet, twin moulded acrylic wash basins with mixer taps, corner shower cubicle, ladder towel rail and conventional central heating radiator, are installed. The room has a large mirror and an obscured, glazed window for privacy.
Bedroom 2
Looking out to the rear patio and woodland, this large room has a fitted wardrobe, a double radiator and a door to the family bathroom.
Bedroom 3
This double room has a double-glazed window, looking out towards the sea and a double radiator. Wooden effect vinyl flooring is installed in the room and it also has a fitted double cupboard. .
Bedroom 4
This room is currently used as a large study and has a double radiator. The double-glazed window looks out over the rear patio and woodland.
Family Bathroom.
The room has a white suite; a corner shower cubicle, a panelled bath, a low level a close-coupled WC and a pedestal wash hand basin. A chrome ladder towel radiator and conventional radiator are installed. The room is tiled with ceramic tiles and has a large mirror.

Outside
The property is set in a triangular plot with areas of garden laid out to the front, side and rear. A driveway curves through the plot to a sizeable turning area and a large detached double garage with power and lighting installed.
The front garden is laid to lawn with a paved patio and terrace area, looking towards the sea. Raised beds are retained by a low wall.
The rear garden is accessed through large double gates. It is laid to lawn with a large pergola installed in the corner. This has a large, paved area for garden furniture. A gate leads to the woodland area at the rear of the property.
A further patio area is laid between the garage and the kitchen, with a further large, raised patio area, accessed by a gate, spans the width of the rear house.

COUNCIL TAX: Band ‘F’
EPC tbc
VIEWING: By appointment through Underhill Estate Agents

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Underwood Close, Dawlish

Guide Price £535,000

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