1, THE TEEDS EAST DEVON EX5 1LQ, UK
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Last Sold: JAN 2000
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AI think: £255,474
Users think: N/A
Agents think: £175,000 1 agent(s) valuations found
HPI banks think: £289,734
Sutton Kersh - Auctions Agent Valuation of this property is £175,000
A three storey, three bedroom mid terraced property, having an enclosed rear courtyard garden with storage shed and pond, along with a useful two storey outbuilding. Situated in the heart of the sought after village of Woodbury, the property previously known as Bridge Stores dates back to the 1700's and whilst in need of a programme of refurbishment offers the potential to become an enviable family home with annexe/home office potential subject to any requisite consents.
The highly sought after village of Woodbury benefits from a range of local amenities including a highly rated primary school, various shops, a post office and a number of churches. Woodbury is also just over 4 miles from the estuary town of Topsham and 7 miles from Exeter's city centre providing an easily commutable distance, along with easy access to the M5, mainline railway stations and Exeter airport.
Entrance hall, dual aspect sitting room, kitchen/diner and lean to sun room.
Landing, bedroom one, large bathroom (formerly a bathroom and single bedroom).
Landing and two bedrooms.
Two storey outbuilding, enclosed courtyard garden with pond and storage shed.
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