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Energy Efficiency Rating - E
A charming three/four bedroom semi detached property requiring modernisation and enjoying an elevated and secluded location in the popular seaside town of Sidmouth, with views over the townscape to the countryside beyond. The property has been in the same family ownership for many years and offers on drive parking and mature terraced gardens with seating areas from which to enjoy the glorious views.
Little Pyramid is situated on a private lane, accessed from Millford Road, on the east side of the Sid Valley within close proximity of both the town centre and sea front. Sidmouth offers a wide range of amenities with numerous independent shops, high street chains and popular restaurants. There are beautiful public gardens and sports clubs including cricket, rugby and sailing. The town also benefits from a theatre, cinema, Waitrose and an eighteen hole golf course, with Exeter and the M5 circa twelve miles.
Entrance porch, sitting room, kitchen, rear hallway, bedroom, bathroom and separate wc.
Landing, bedroom two with wash hand basin, bedroom three leading to a through room/bedroom four.
On drive parking and turning area giving access to elevated mature terraced gardens with attractive seating areas and views over the townscape to the countryside beyond.
Energy Efficiency Rating - TBC
Strictly by appointment only with Fulfords Sidmouth 01395 578126. General enquiries Countrywide Property Auctions 01395 275691.
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