For Sale - £499,950 - Tan-y-Bryn , Fore Street , Holbeton - 3 Bedroom - 2 Reception - 1 Bathroom

Property Overview

Delightful character cottage | Some cobb walls & exposed beams | 2 reception rooms with multi-fuel stoves | 3 double bedrooms | Large family bath/shower room | Garage/workshop & off-road parking space | Quiet South Hams village just 2 miles from the coast | Large balcony and rear courtyard | EPC E49

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DESCRIPTION This delightful end of terrace cottage is in the heart of the sought after village of Holbeton and boasts a wealth of character features including some cobb walls and exposed beams. The property comprises three double bedrooms, two reception rooms (each with a multi-fuel stove), kitchen, family bath/shower room, a large garage/workshop with a cottage garden to the front, small courtyard to the rear and generous balcony. The property is ideal for those looking for a village home which could be suitable as a "lock-up and leave" style property.

SITUATION The charming and picturesque South Hams village of Holbeton is well served with amenities including a village shop and Post Office, The Mildmay Colours public house, Holbeton Primary School and Pre-School. There is a strong sense of community with a range of village clubs and associations including amateur dramatics, gardening, cricket club and more.

Holbeton is surrounded by glorious countryside and walks down to the River Erme with the beautiful and unspoilt Mothecombe Beach a 10 minute drive away. Dartmoor National Park and the golf clubs at Bigbury and Elfordleigh are also within easy reach. The nearby villages of Newton Ferrers and Noss Mayo are a yachting haven. The A38 provides quick access to the M5 and Cornwall, and is easily accessible, approximately six miles away.

The historic and vibrant waterfront city of Plymouth is just under 11 miles away and offers a wide range of shops, large department stores, restaurants, Theatre Royal, and cinemas. The leisure facilities are outstanding with a superb watersports in and around Plymouth Sound and the Plymouth Life Centre.

ACCOMMODATION Inside the property there are two reception rooms either side of the entrance hall. The sitting room features an inglenook style stone fireplace with multi-fuel stove on a slate hearth beneath a brick lintel. A window overlooks the front with an aluminum glazed door to the rear courtyard. A polished wood floor complements the exposed beams above. The dining room also features a multi-fuel stove which can be used to heat hot water. The front window has a charming window seat below. Two steps lead up to the kitchen which has a range of floor and wall mounted cupboards with laminate work top over, inset with 1½ bowl sink and drainer, integrated electric hob and integrated double electric oven/grill. There is space for a fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine. An external door opens to the rear courtyard.

From the Sitting Room, staircase leads up to the first floor landing with triple built-in wardrobes with louvre doors, access to loft space, (which is fully insulated and partly boarded with a light), doors to the three double bedrooms, family bath/shower room. The master bedroom boasts a vaulted ceiling with French windows opening to the balcony which enjoys a high level of privacy, allowing the owner space to enjoy al-fresco dining or to relax with a book. From the master bedroom a door opens to an additional staircase which leads down into the garage/workshop. Two further double bedrooms overlook the front with one benefiting from fitted wardrobes. The family bath/shower room has a free-standing antique cast iron bath, bidet, shower cubicle with electric shower, pedestal wash hand basin, WC and cupboard housing the hot water cylinder with immersion heater.

OUTSIDE To the front of the property is a small cottage garden with a wall and parking space in front of the garage.

To the rear is a small courtyard, with old coal bunker and wall to rear and a mature grape vine. External doors from the courtyard open to the garage/workshop, sitting room and kitchen.

The balcony serves as the primary outside space for relaxing.

(Excluding garden furniture and pots).

GARAGE/WORKHOP Double wooden doors provide vehicular access with a pedestrian door to the rear courtyard. Light and power. The garage is a good size providing space for use as a garage and workshop area. There is the potential to incorporate the garage into additional accommodation subject to any necessary consents.

SERVICES Mains water, electricity and drainage. Heating is provided by Economy 7 storage heaters and hot water is heated either by the multi-=fuel stove in the dining room or an immersion heater.

COUNCIL TAX AND LOCAL AUTHORITY Band D. South Hams District Council.

TENURE Freehold. Potential buyers should note that the following restrictive covenant applies to the property: "Not to use the property hereby conveyed except as a private dwelling house". A copy of the registered title and plan is available upon request. Buyers are advised to seek legal advice if they hope to use the property as a short term holiday let.

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS Strictly by appointment with Luscombe Maye. Tel. 01752 880044. Email joanna.churchill@luscombemaye.com

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.

End of terrace period cottageCharacter features including some cobb walls & exposed beams
3 Double bedrooms2 Reception rooms with multi-fuel stoves
Large family bath/shower roomGenerous garage/workshop with parking space in front
Cottage style garden to front, large balcony and rear courtyardQuiet South Hams village just 2 miles from the coast (Mothecombe)
Village with amenities such as shop, pub and schoolActive community

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