For Sale - Guide Price £450,000 - Hunters Moon , Dartington - 3 Bedroom - 1 Reception - 1 Bathroom

Property Overview

| Link - Detached Bungalow | Open Plan Lounge-Kitchen-Diner | Three Double Bedrooms | Large Family Bathroom | Separate Utility Room | Front and Rear Gardens | Driveway Parking | Sun Terrace With Stunning Views | Popular Village Location | No Onward Chain |

Full Details

SITUATION Dartington is a popular village within walking distance of Totnes along foot and cycle paths. It has a good range of facilities including a fine Victorian parish church, built from materials from a previous church at Dartington Hall, a post office/general stores, primary school, community centre, garage and public house. There is also a playing field, a nature trail along the attractive Bidwell Brook and the popular Cider Press Centre. The village is best known for Dartington Hall, its literature festivals and the many cultural facilities and events that it offers. The A38, within ten minutes’ drive, connects to the M5 at Exeter.

Totnes, within about 2 miles, is known as an Elizabethan town but has much earlier origins with a castle, a wonderful position on the River Dart and a main line railway station. It has a well regarded community college, full range of shops, a weekly market and a wide choice of cultural facillites.

DESCRIPTION Hunters Moon is a popular cul de sac, situated a short walk from Dartington’s amenities. Dartington has a great community feel with a warm welcoming feeling with community events, compost scheme and optional workdays. There are a variety of allotments, movement for a community orchard, countryside walks and is only a stone’s throw from the renowned Cott Inn, that often has live music events, bringing the community together.

The property benefits from spacious rooms and the added benefits of a utility room and sun terrace, whilst also having the potential to extend both upwards and outwards. (Subject to planning).

Entering the property is the hallway that has plenty of inbuild storage cupboards. To the left, is a useful utility room with electrics and plumbing for a washing machine, tumble dryer and other appliances. Adjacent to this, is bedroom two with a window overlooking the rear garden. Bedroom one and three are located at the front of the property, both doubles, with windows overlooking the front garden. The spacious family bathroom has a white suite comprising bath with shower overhead, hand basin and WC. The bungalow has a lovely open plan kitchen-lounge-diner with stunning wood burner for cosy winters evenings. The kitchen has a range of floor and wall units with space for an undercounter fridge and space for a cooker with extractor hood above. The central island is the hub of the room, providing a great entertaining space. A door leads directly to the rear garden.

To the front of the property, is driveway parking for one car and a small tiered front garden. There is also a large porch that currently houses outdoor equipment, but this could be converted and incorporated into the bungalow. To the rear is the private and enclosed garden, mainly laid to lawn. From here, you can also access the sun terrace that has far reaching views towards the rolling countryside. On its elevated position, the sun shines there throughout the day, creating a great space for al fresco dining and relaxing in the evening sun.

SERVICES Mains electricity, drainage and water. Gas central heating.

TENURE Freehold.

LETTINGS Luscombe Maye also offers an Award Winning Lettings service. If you are considering Letting your own property, or a buy to let purchase, please contact Andrew or Ross on 01752 393330 or lettings@luscombemaye.com to discuss our range of bespoke services.

Link- Detached BungalowOpen Plan Lounge-Kitchen-Diner
Three Double BedroomsLarge Family Bathroom
Separate Utility RoomFront and Rear Gardens
Driveway ParkingSun Terrace With Stunning Views
Popular Village LocationNo Onward Chain

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