- Substantial detached 1930's family home
- Beautifully presented accommodation with many original Art-Deco features
- Well proportioned and elegant reception rooms
- Kitchen/breakfast room overlooking the rear garden
- Master bedroom with en suite shower room
- 3 further double bedrooms (one en suite)
- Family bathroom
- Annexe with open plan sitting room/kitchen, bedroom and bathroom
- South facing rear garden
- Sought after location close to good local amenities
A beautifully appointed, 1930's detached family home with one bedroom annexe situated in this popular location, within walking distance of the town centre and in south facing rear gardens. In all about 0.4 acre.
Greenlands is a substantial and beautifully appointed, detached family house dating from the 1930's and offers many wonderful features typical of its period, including well-proportioned rooms with high ceilings, oriel window, period fireplaces, excellent carpentry and many built in cupboards and wardrobes. The accommodation includes an impressive galleried reception hall, 2 well-proportioned reception rooms with bay windows overlooking the south facing rear garden, together with a well fitted kitchen/breakfast room and adjacent dining room. The property also has the benefit of a self-contained annexe, ideal for an elderly relative/teenager or for letting. The accommodation is beautifully presented and is offered with gas fired central heating and double and secondary glazing.
The property is set back from the roadway, behind hedging and iron railings, with areas of lawn and shrub borders. Double five bar gates open on to a brick paved driveway, giving access to the integral garage with double timber doors, fitted shelving, electric light and power, wash basin and loft storage over. A further pedestrian gate with paved path gives access to the front door. Paths to either side of the property give access to the rear garden, which enjoys a wonderful, southerly orientation and a high level of privacy, being enclosed by mature hedging and panelled fencing. From the gardens there are beautiful, southerly views towards the Blackdown Hills and Wellington Monument. A paved terrace the length of the property provides an attractive sitting/dining out area. Colourful flower and shrub borders adjoin the terrace which descends to the remainder of the garden, laid predominantly to lawn with central paved pathway. Further paved terraces bounded by shrubs and trees provide additional sitting out areas. Situated to the west side of the garden there is an ornamental pond and a productive kitchen garden area with raised beds, fruit garden and aluminium framed greenhouse. In all the plot extends to about 0.4 acres.
The property has been designed to take full advantage of the unique setting with the main rooms enjoying a wonderful, southerly orientation and with glimpsed views to the Blackdown Hills. Wellesley Park is a particularly sought after address on the southern fringes of the town. The property is within walking distance of both Wellington town centre and Wellington School. Wellington offers a wide range of independently run shops and larger national stores including Waitrose. The prestigious Wellington School and Wellesley Park Primary School are both situated just a short stroll from the property. Taunton, the county town, is approximately 6 miles away with its main line railway station providing fast and convenient access to London (Paddington, 1hr 40 mins on selected trains). Tiverton Parkway station is within a 15 minute drive. Communication is also good from Wellington with Junction 26 of the M5 motorway being situated on the fringe of the town; and Junction 27 close by for access to Devon and Cornwall.
From Junction 26 of the M5 motorway, follow the signs to Wellington, at the second roundabout turn left on to the A38 towards Exeter and Tiverton. After about 1 mile turn right into Hoyles Road and take the second left into Wellesley Park. The property will be found shortly thereafter on the left hand side.