Aurora,
Barton Close - Guide price £375,000

An excellent investment opportunity. Occupying a superb central location with glorious views to the sea across open green areas. Grade II listed and featuring lovely, bright and spacious rooms. Benefits from gas fired central heating and parking. A perfect 2nd home with proven holiday let income record.

  • Receptions:
    1
  • Bedrooms:
    2
  • Bathrooms:
    1

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Aurora, Barton Close, Sidmouth, EX10

An excellent investment opportunity. Occupying a superb central location with glorious views to the sea across open green areas. Grade II listed and featuring lovely, bright and spacious rooms. Benefits from gas fired central heating and parking. A perfect 2nd home with proven holiday let income record.

Accommodation
Built in 1805 and converted in 1906, Auroras stunning accommodation even appealed to the world famous author JRR Tolkien, who occupied the building during his summer holidays from 1934 until 1938. Tolkein found Sidmouth restful and inspirational. The properties charm even allowed him to write a part of the Lord of the rings here. The accommodation enjoys a stunning drawing room with sash windows and a beautiful feature gothic style window enjoying glorious views to the sea across open greens, with feature fireplace and high ceilings. There are two large bedrooms, again both with sash windows affording stunning sea views, high ceilings and picture rails. A well-equipped bespoke kitchen has been sympathetically installed with granite effect work surfaces and cream fronted units and a white suite with twin sinks, panelled bath, WC and tiled flooring. Externally there is an allocated parking space with public gardens and the seafront nearby.


Communal entrance door to...

Communal Entrance Hall
With communal electric meter cupboard and staircase rising to second floor. Private entrance door to...

Reception Hallway
Radiator, intercom telephone for main entrance door opening, electric consumer unit housed within small cupboard, cloaks cupboard with hanging rail and further cupboard above, telephone point and door to...

Living Room
Three radiators, fireplace with basket for coal effect gas fire, mantelpiece and hearth, two windows taking in the stunning views towards the sea across the putting green, croquet lawns and cricket ground, TV point, fitted dresser unit with cupboards and shelves. Door to...

Inner Hallway
Radiator.

Kitchen
Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, rolled edge worksurfaces, matching base and eye level units, four ring gas hob, electric oven and built in microwave, integrated dishwasher, integrated fridge, radiator, part tiling, tiled floor, window to rear with views across the bowling green to the hills in the distance, walk-in utility cupboard with plumbing for washing machine and gas fired boiler for domestic hot water and central heating.

Bedroom One
Window to front taking in glorious views once again to the sea, TV point, built-in wardrobe with cupboards above, radiator, light with dimmer switch.

Bedroom Two
Radiator, built-in wardrobe with cupboards above, window enjoying the wonderful views to the sea, light with dimmer switch.

Bathroom
White suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, curtain and rail, part tiled surround, twin wash basins set within vanity surround with cupboards beneath and tiled splashbacks, large fitted mirror with fitted spotlights, WC, window to rear, radiator, tiled floor.

Outside
There is an allocated parking space with the property. There is no formal garden. However nearby are delightful public gardens and the seafront is about 100 yards away.

Agents Note
This is a Leasehold property. A 999 year lease commenced in 1984. There is a £1 per annum ground rent. Details of the Service Charges are available on request. We understand the property can be let on a shorthold tenancy or for holiday lets.

Location
Located in the heart of the town centre with stunning views to the sea, just moments from the beach and the excellent amenities within the town. Sidmouth is a Regency coastal town located approximately 15 miles from Exeter and about 12 miles from junction 30 of the M5. The town has a wide range of sporting and recreational facilities and an excellent variety of shops including a number of national enterprises and sole independent outlets. There is an Esplanade, beaches and ornamental public gardens. There are regular bus services to Exeter and other nearby towns. Mainline railway stations are located at Honiton (Waterloo Line) and Exeter (Paddington Line).

Services
All mains services are connected. Services and systems have not been tested.

Council Tax
Band D.

Directions
From our Sidmouth Office proceed up to the mini roundabout and turn left into All Saints Road. At the end turn left at the large roundabout into Station Road. Take the second turning left into Coburg Road and continue down to the end of the road by the museum. Turn right and then immediately right again into the driveway to Kennaway House. Proceed to the end and the parking spaces for Aurora will be seen on your left.

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