A well-presented and highly desirable 1997 built, semi-detached town house with three good sized bedrooms, Large sized reception room, separate kitchen, and a bathroom suite. Outside there is a walled garden to the rear with side access. The property is tastefully decorated and presented by the current owner and an internal viewing is essential. This property is a sought-after retirement or family home in the heart of the prestigious area of St Leonards (is one of the most desired addresses in the city), within walking distance of Exeter city centre, close to the hospital and excellent local amenities, St Leonards school and private schools. Accessible to the Quayside, offering walks and cycle routes along the canal.
St. Leonards is one of the most desired addresses in the city, being just walking distance from both the Exeter city centre and the historic quayside. It is home to some of the best private and public schools in the region. There are excellent local shops in the immediate vicinity, known by local residents as "the village" including a convenience store, Bon Gout delicatessen, greengrocers, bakers, butchers and pharmacy. St. Leonards has a lively community with many clubs and activities.
The city, provides a number of excellent private and state schools together with a Russell Group university and sixth form college, benefits from excellent sports and leisure facilities being situated on the river and offering a selection of theatres, cinemas, museum, cathedral, football, rugby and leisure centres. Exeter St David's train station offers rail links to London Paddington and Exeter Airport is approximately five miles away, providing air services to domestic and international destinations.
Known for its striking cathedral, Exeter is well served by a range of popular restaurants, cafés and independent shops in the well-known Princesshay and Historic Quayside locations.
The Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is afforded scenic views all around with a wealth of leisure activities to take advantage of such as horse riding, sailing, hiking the 250 million year old Jurassic Coast, golf and more. Leisure facilities on offer include Sandy Park for rugby, St James' Park for football and Exeter Racecourse to name a few. For the summer months, there are three sandy beaches within 20 miles of Exeter as well as the rest of the Devon Coast.
There are excellent communication links available including regular trains to Plymouth, Bristol and London Paddington via the city's two mainline train stations and regular bus routes. Exeter International Airport offers commuter flights to London and many UK and international destinations.
The city is well placed geographically too, with excellent communications. Exeter International Airport is about 5 miles distant, the motorway network is accessed nearby via Junctions 30/31 of the M5 and there are two mainline train stations providing services to Paddington or Waterloo. The idyllic scenery of Dartmoor and the East Devon coast are both within 10 miles.
There are respected state and private educational facilities in the area including Exeter Mathematics School, Ellen Tinkham School and Westclyst Community Primary School, all rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted. The education in the area is world renowned including the prestigious University of Exeter which is a short distance away. There is also a selection of independent private schools such as Exeter School, The Maynard and Blundells.
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