This attractive, three-storey period property stands in a convenient location, just one mile from Sidmouth’s town centre and seafront, and only a short walk away from The Byes and the River Sid.

The bay-fronted terraced house was built at the turn of the last century and over the years it has been sympathetically modernised with double-glazed sash windows and tasteful decoration while retaining its original charm with its ornate fireplaces, high ceilings and coving.

Sidmouth Herald: The contemporary-styled kitchen has the wow factor

Inside, the front sitting room has a westerly aspect, a lovely bay window and a feature fireplace. In the place where the original dining room would have stood, there is now a superbly appointed, contemporary kitchen with sleek, pale-coloured units, complementary Quartz work surfaces, several integrated appliances and effective LED lighting. To the back of the property, there is a living/dining room which leads through to a light and airy conservatory.

On the first floor, there are three bedrooms, two doubles and one single, and a family bathroom fitted with a white suite. The principal bedroom benefits from having a lovely bay window and built-in wardrobes.

Sidmouth Herald: The front sitting room has a lovely bay window

The fourth good-sized bedroom can be found on the second floor and has four double-glazed Velux windows with three looking in an easterly direction with splendid views of Salcombe Hill.

Outside, there is a larger-than-average garden with an easterly aspect and views across the rooftops towards Salcombe Hill. There is a decked patio adjoining the back of the house leading to a level lawn and then onto a paved patio with a pergola and a timber garden shed.

At the front, the property is set back from the pavement and has an enclosed low-maintenance garden.

Temple Street, Sidmouth

Guide Price: £435,000

Agent: Harrison Lavers & Potbury’s, Sidmouth

Agent's Tel: 01395 516633