Harbertonford

£415,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A well presented Grade II listed cottage with many character features and a self contained one bedroom annexe that provides additional space for the main house or the possibility to provide additional income. Offered to the market with no onward chain. EPC Band D.

Situation

Harbertonford is a pretty and unspoilt village situated on the banks of the river Harbourne, which follows through Harbertonford into Bow Creek and onward towards Dartmouth. The village offers a primary school, a church, a village hall, a pub and a store/Post Office.

The town of Totnes on the River Dart is approximately 3 miles away, being a popular medieval market town with narrow streets and a Norman castle. The town has a creative spirit, as characterised by its unique range of shops and cafes. Totnes has both primary and secondary schools, 2 supermarkets and is approximately 7 miles away from the junction to the A38/Devon Expressway, allowing for speedy access to Plymouth and the Cathedral city of Exeter with its international airport. Totnes also has a mainline railway link to London Paddington.

Description

The Cottage is a tastefully decorated character cottage in Harbertonford and offers two good size double bedrooms in the main cottage, two reception rooms and exposed beams as well as a large stone surround fireplace with original wooden mantle and inset wood burner. The extension at the rear has the kitchen/diner with tiled floor and double doors onto the terrace area perfect for al fresco dining. A particular feature of this property is the attached one bed annexe offering open plan living/kitchen/dining area on the ground floor, together with double bedroom on the first floor with tiled wet room. This property would be ideal for a family home and the annexe accommodation could be used for additional accommodation or income potential.

Accommodation

Stone pathway leads to the entrance door. Reception room/bedroom 3 with good ceiling height, exposed wooden beams with front aspect sash window. Fireplace/alcove with solid oak mantle and the remnants of a stone hearth. Solid wooden door and step up to sitting room with good ceiling height, exposed painted wooden beams, large fireplace with exposed stonework and original solid wooden mantle. Good size inset Villager woodburner with stone/slate hearth. Front aspect sash window with wooden window seat and storage beneath. Two original windows, one of which has been removed and looks through into the kitchen, the other looks into the dining area. Two steps up to a kitchen/diner which has tiled flooring and underfloor heating. Bespoke kitchen with wooden units, wooden worktops and double Belfast style sink. Space for dishwasher, washing machine and gas cooker. This kitchen has been cleverly thought out and has a light and airy feel with two large Skylights above the main kitchen work area. The dining area has solid wooden floor, Skylight above. Stairs to first floor with good size landing. Bedroom 1 to the rear which is a good size bedroom with ample space for additional wardrobe and cupboard. Bathroom with wooden floor, WC and wash hand basin. Bath has shower over and tiled surround. Stainless steel towel rail.

Annex

This is accessed through good quality wooden oak terraced doors into the main living area which has a stone floor with underfloor heating. Kitchen work bench with undercounter cupboard and drawers with Zanussi electric hob. On the first floor there is double bedroom and wet room. This provides a brilliant opportunity for potential rental income or additional accommodation to the main house.

Outside

Outside there is a garage with electricity and storage/ample space to create a workshop if required, with parking to the front. The garden has also been the subject of recent landscaping and has created a stone terrace area with stone walling and steps leading to a level lawn garden with shrub borders.

Services

Mains electricity, drainage, water and gas.

Local Authority

South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 5NE. Tel: 01803 861234. E-mail: customer.services@southhams.gov.uk.

Viewing

Please call the Totnes office on 01803 865454.

Directions

From Totnes, take the Dartmouth/Kingsbridge road. Continue along this road for approximately three miles and on entering the village of Harbertonford pass the petrol station on your left and turn left just past the zebra crossing. Pass the Post Office/Village shop on your left and shortly after, you will pass the right hand turn, Bow Road. The Cottage is then a short distance ahead on the left hand side.

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