13 Barton Lane represents one of those notable "once in while" occasions that a property comes to the market so ideally suited for those buyers looking for a spacious and well positioned family home. It is imperative, therefore, to view the property not only to appreciate the spacious family accommodation but also how well the property is presented.
It is only due to work commitments that the property comes to the market and therefore the property can be purchased with certainty and ease. This circa 1920's semi-detached house is of part Marland brick and part rendered elevations under a tiled roof with attractive roof finial and tiled entrance porch. The spacious and well planned accommodation flows nicely and comprises: Entrance porch and a good sized entrance hall with tiled floor. The front room has a bay window and there is a fire place but it requires lining and new wood burner. From the hall there is access to the kitchen/breakfast room and the snug, all of which is open plan and nicely appointed with floor tiles flowing nicely through from the hall. The kitchen has attractive units with beech work surfaces. Although there is plumbing for dishwasher, the view from the sink is ideal to keep an eye on the children playing in the very good sized garden. The kitchen opens directly into the breakfast area with full height patio doors again looking down through the garden. From here there is an arch to the snug where there is an attractive feature cast iron fire place with mantle over. In the kitchen there is also access into a 30' integral garage which offers tremendous potential to create a utility room or even as a playroom as there are double doors leading on to the rear.
To the first floor there is an attractive split level landing. The master bedroom has a feature fire place and French doors on to the balcony with good open aspect. There is also the benefit of an en suite shower room with corner shower unit.
There are 3 further double bedrooms and a vibrant and well appointed family bathroom with shower bath and attractive Victorian style radiator/towel rail. To the second floor there is a further bathroom, built in cupboard and shower room. There is off road parking to the front of the house with access to an integral garage. To the rear is a very good sized level garden and a full width deck whilst the garden is laid principally to lawn, lined by apple trees and a maturing Silver Birch. To the lower end of the garden is a children's play area with bark mulch and a climbing frame.
Situated to the lower part of Barton Lane which is bisected by the Exeter Road, the house stands in a level position and offers very easy access to the village centre. Also close to hand is access to Braunton Academy and Southmead Primary School. There are traffic lights very close to the top of Barton Lane to ensure safety when going to school. Barton Lane comprises similar style properties and leads into South Street from where there is easy pedestrian access to the village centre with its good amenities. Braunton is considered one of the largest villages in England and is extremely well placed for easy access to the sandy beaches at Croyde and Saunton approximately 5 miles to the west. Saunton also boasts the golf club with its two championship courses and Barnstaple, the regional centre of North Devon is approximately 5 miles to the south east. Both these locations are connected by a regular bus service and Barnstaple offer further amenities including out of town shopping, the leisure centre and Queens Hall Theatre. There is access on to the North Devon Link Road which provides a convenient route to the M5 motorway and there is the Tarka Train line which connects to Exeter in the south and then to London (Paddington).
With stairs to first floor and under stairs cupboard.
Feature fire place, ideal for a new wood burner. The current wood burner is obsolete and it requires a sleeve.
Tiled floor and feature fire place, opens to
Tiled floor and patio doors to outside.
Attractively fitted with range of base and wall units with attractive beech work surfaces.
Access to Second floor and to
Feature fire place, French doors on to balcony with views overlooking the garden.
Corner shower, low level WC and wash hand basin and attractive part tiled walls.
Stripped floor and attractive feature fire place with tiled surround with further wood surround and mantle.
With vibrant part tiled walls, shower bath with hot and cold taps and shower unit over, wash hand basin with low level WC. Victorian style radiator with towel rail.
Velux window and door to
Access to eaves space and stripped floor and velux window.
Tiled floor and part tiled walls, wash hand basin with hot and cold taps, shower cubicle and low level WC.
Off road parking to the front of the property which leads to integral garage: 30'10 x 7'6 with up and over door, power and light connected, boiler feeding domestic hot water and central heating systems and double doors to the rear garden. This offers tremendous potential to convert part of the garage into a utility room, playroom or study.
All mains services.