An interesting opportunity to acquire a three storey, mid terrace house, requiring modernisation with the benefit of full planning permission already in place for a part single and part two storey extension, in order to create either a sizeable family home in this popular area of the city, or the potential for a lucrative HMO venture subject to any requisite consents.
Heavitree is a popular residential area of the Cathedral city of Exeter, within close proximity to a wide range of local amenities including local shops, supermarkets, restaurants, churches, doctors' surgery and educational facilities catering for all age groups. The property is located close to Heavitree Park and the RD&E Hospital, with good access to Exeter city centre, mainline railway stations, the M5/A30/A38 road networks and Exeter airport.
Entrance porch, hallway, lounge, dining room, kitchen with snug/day room off.
Landing, two bedrooms, shower room and bathroom.
Landing and two further bedrooms.
Enclosed garden with patio seating area and storage shed.
A Grant of Full Planning Permission was issued by Exeter City Council, on the 24th July 2019, under application number 19/0746/FUL for 'Part single/part two storey rear extension. Replacement of the existing Velux to a dormer and the introduction of a new Velux window over the stairwell. In addition application 19/0950/LPD, granted on the 19th July 2019, relates to the proposed ground floor single storey rear extension. Interested parties must make and rely upon their own planning enquiries of Exeter City Council planning department.
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