- Unique Grade 2 listed cottage
- Sought after South Hams village location
- Three bedrooms
- Characterful kitchen
- Conservatory/dining room
- Main bedroom with en suite bathroom
- Study/music room
- Converted two storey liney
- Cosy reception room with wood burner
- Ceramic electric heating system installed throughout
Property Description: SITUATION
This unique grade 2 listed cottage built in 1705 is situated in a peaceful secluded position in the highly sought after South Hams village of Broadhempston. It is set within its own stone walled garden and surrounded on two sides by an orchard. With wonderful mature gardens that include apple, pear and fig trees, creating a classic idyllic Devon cottage.. DESCRIPTION
Court Gate is a Devon 'short' house comprising of a reception room, with a log burner and beautiful exposed beams, kitchen with bespoke units and slate alcoves, conservatory/dining room, three bedrooms with the main bedroom en suite, study/music room and downstairs shower room. The third bedroom and snug was created by converting the original two storey liney.
Outside a wonderful stone walled mature garden with a workshop and two log stores complete this picture postcard South Hams home.
Note: An octagonal wooden garden room with log burner is available by separate negotiation. BROADHEMPSTON
Broadhempston, a village with a strong community spirit, lies about six miles north of Totnes and away from main roads, giving it a rural character. It dates from Saxon times and has good local facilities including a thirteenth century church, a primary school, two pubs (the Monk's Retreat and the Coppa Dolla) and a shop/post office. Totnes 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 facilities. TENURE
Mains water and electric. DIRECTIONS
Turn off the Totnes to Newton Abbot road [A381] at Red Post Cross and continue for 2.3 miles to Vicarage Cross [edge of Broadhempston]. The cottage is located opposite the Coppa Dollar public house, access is via the gravel footpath beside Rose Cottage.