This pretty Grade II listed detached house, circa 1850, boasts a good sized private garden, off road parking and a garage to the side. 23 Devonshire Place maintains much of its original character with features including, panelled doors, attractive wood flooring, plaster coving and fireplaces. There has been improvements made in recent years with a newly fitted kitchen and a white bathroom suite.
The kitchen is fitted with a gas fired range style cooker and has ample space for a breakfast table. The dining room with French doors (opening on to the verandah) is pleasant and light. Across the hall is a spacious sitting room and second reception room, again with French doors (opening onto the verandah). In the sitting room there is a featured fireplace with woodburning stove and slate hearth. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms, plus a study and a family bathroom.
The property also benefits from having a basement level/cellar which is accessible off of the hallway. Outside, there is a walled garden to the front with an off road hardstanding to the side providing a parking area in front of the garage. Behind the house is a level lawned and mature garden offering a good degree of privacy.
23 Devonshire Place is situated in the residential area of St. James about 3/4 mile from the centre of Exeter, a vibrant and expanding city, boosted by the presence of the university and the medical school. There are a number of excellent schools in the city, including Exeter Cathedral School, Exeter School and the Maynard School. Exeter also has an excellent private hospital, two theatres, a John Lewis and a Waitrose.
From the City Centre proceed along Magdalen Street, continue along Western way/B3212. at the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Paris Street/B3183. Turn right onto Longbrook Street, continue along Pennsylvania Road and then turn right onto Union Road and then turn right onto Devonshire Place.