Bury Meadow Lodge
New North Road
Bury Meadow Lodge is an 18th Century Lodge located in Bury Meadow Park in Central Exeter. A stone throws away from both Central Station and Exeter St David’s Station which has a direct route to London Paddington. A Grade II listed property which has been catalogued from its build in 1845.
The Lodge has undergone significant renovations, TLC and investment by its current tenant keeper who also enjoys the horticultural side of the historical park volunteering and gardening in the park. The property comprises of the main Lodge which enters onto the Park grounds, a hallway leading to a lounge, viewing frontal and rear view via leaded light windows, original flooring and a focus point fireplace, leading into a what is currently a dining room, bay window with leaded lights, this spacious area leading into a gally like fitted kitchen.
The stairs leading up to two similar sized double bedrooms and a comfy bathroom. Via the backdoor which leads into a covered courtyard into a good sized studio building with onsite bathroom.
To the side and rear of the house is a small enclosed area which leads to the park and to the rear of the property where a covered storage area leads to a compact driveway.
Bury Meadow Lodge is one of many historical buildings within a five minute walk to Exeter Cathedral and many gothic architecture buildings encompassing the city, ingrained in medieval Roman remains there are a selection of cafes, restaurants and the usual modern shopping selection. Exeter is located in the heart of Devon with easy access to local beaches of Exmouth, Sidmouth and Dawlish to name a few. Located for easy exploration to the likes of Plymouth, Cornwall less than 1 hour and activities on Dartmoor, Lands End and Eden Project will keep the exploring activities alive.