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£275,000 - £480,000

Otters Holt

3 and 4 bedroom houses
Mill Street, Ottery St Mary, Devon

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Otters Holt is an attractive riverside development of just 33 houses which combine traditional styling and layouts with contemporary living. Many of the homes boast water and rural views and the development is designed so that the street view is synonymous with the appearance of the Mill building while those on the river benefit from expansive glazing, sliding doors, balconies and terraces to maximise the wonderful views to the rear.

The modern kitchen spaces feature a range of integrated appliances whilst the bathrooms have white sanitary ware, ceramic floor and wall tiles and thermostatic showers.

Located at the gateway of Ottery St Mary, only 12 miles from Exeter and close to the major road networks, Otters Holt is ideal for commuting and enjoying both the surrounding Devon countryside and East Devon's Jurassic coastline. The town itself hosts a range of independent shops and cafes within a stroll of the development, both primary and secondary schools and also a Sainsbury's supermarket offering homeowners the opportunity of a quiet lifestyle, active social life and convenience.

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