Plot A adjacent to Bricknells

£275,000
  • Ref: 10079
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Detailed planning approval for substantial bespoke Chalet Bungalow
  • Proposed dwelling offers spacious accomodation and garaging
  • Sought after location

Property Summary

A unique opportunity to acquire this individual building plot with detailed planning approval for a stunning new generously proportioned Chalet Bungalow. If an early reservation is made there is the opportunity for the discerning buyer to complete this home with elements of a bespoke design home to suit your own preferences.

Full Details

This individual building plot just off Old Rydon Lane and with detailed planning approval for a stunning new generously proportioned Chalet Bungalow or if an early reservation is made there is the opportunity for the discerning buyer to complete this home with elements of a bespoke design to suit your preferences.



Located on the Topsham side of Exeter, with Topsham 2.1 miles, Exeter City Centre 3.9 miles, Exeter Airport 4.5 miles (All distances approximate) J 30 of the M5 is only minutes away, and the Newcourt rail halt is a pleasant 5 minute walk away, taking you in to Exeter Central station within minutes of leaving home.



Exeter is a thriving city, with excellent communication links to London, Cornwall and The Midlands, including two main line train stations and an International Airport, with daily commuter flights to London as well as many UK and International destinations. The city centre boasts an extensive selection of independent shops and eateries, theatres, an award winning museum and University.



There are a fine selection of state and private schools in the city including Exeter School, The Maynard School and a Steiner Academy. Both Exeter School and The Maynard School are within easy walking distance of Lyndhurst Road. Exeter also has the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital.



Exeter has it all, with extensive recreation facilities along the River Exe including, walking, cycling paddle boarding, kayaking, fishing and rowing. There is a David Lloyd Club at Sandy Park, home to the Exeter Chiefs, as well as numerous gyms, sports facilities and recreation grounds throughout the city, including those at Exeter University.