Private parking and garage
Approximately 3,800 sq. ft. of accommodation
Good-size walled garden
3 The Quadrant is a large Georgian townhouse set within a quadrant shaped terrace of six properties which are believed to have been built around 1835. 3 The Quadrant is Listed Grade II; the fronts of the properties are very elegant being crisp white stucco with ballustrades, pediments and cornices. The property features approximately 3,797 sq. ft. of accommodation and retains many of its period features including large sash windows, high ceilings, parquet floors, period fire surrounds, original ceiling cornicing and panelled doors. The current owners have carefully maintained the property throughout the years; in particular, by completely remodelling the lower ground floor including installing damp-proofing, wall-to-wall stone floors, a new boiler and a new kitchen in 2016.
The main reception rooms are arranged over the ground and lower ground floors. On the ground floor is a boot room, a cloakroom, a sitting room, plus a large dining room with an open fireplace and a parquet floor. On the lower ground floor is a good-size study/playroom and a superb contemporary kitchen/breakfast room, fitted with sleek German units, two Bosch ovens, a warming drawer, Bosch microwave, full height refrigerator, Neff induction hob, AEG extractor fan, floor-level spotlights and French doors that open into the gardens. There is also a cloakroom and a good size utility room.
3 The Quadrant has five large double bedrooms, while on the first floor there is a drawing room which could be used as a sixth double bedroom. All of the bedrooms have the benefit of good storage, and some also enjoy views towards the Cathedral and the verdant countryside that surrounds Exeter. The property has three bathrooms. The two main bathrooms, by Porcelanosa, have under-floor heating.
The Quadrant is situated in an enviable position in leafy St. Leonards on the doorstep of all the fantastic amenities the city has to offer. The Magdalen Road shops, known as “The Village”, are just one street away and include an award-winning
fishmonger and butcher, wine shop and bakery as well as three cafés, a pub and a delicatessen. Exeter is the most thriving city in the South West and offers a wide choice of cultural activities with the theatre, the museum, arts centre and a wealth of good restaurants and shopping including John Lewis and Waitrose.
Communication links are excellent. The M5 provides road links towards Bristol to the north, while the A38 runs south towards Plymouth, and the A30 towards Cornwall. There are regular rail services to London Paddington from Exeter, taking just over two hours. Exeter International Airport provides an ever-increasing number of domestic and international flights including daily flights to London City.
At the front of the house, there are two private allocated parking spaces. To the rear there is a beautiful, large south-facing walled garden with a flagstone paved terrace that provides the perfect place for al fresco dining and entertaining. At the centre of the garden is a pristine lawn, bordered by colourful established flowerbeds, climbing plants and shrubs. Exterior lighting on the walls provides a pleasant evening and night-time ambience. There is a storage shed/workshop with access to the rear drive and garage.