- Detached bungalow
- Two double bedrooms
- Large Victorian conservatory
- Utility room
- Gated driveway
- Elevated position with countryside views
- Wraparound gardens
- Side and rear patio terraces
Property Description: SITUATION
Luscombe Maye are delighted to offer to the market this lovely detached two double bedroomed bungalow, with large Victorian style conservatory, sunroom, kitchen, wetroom and utility room, a private driveway and single garage, settled in a large plot with gardens to the front, rear and side of the bungalow and glorious countryside views. The bungalow is an ideal updating project. DESCRIPTION
Woodside is a delightful spacious two bedroomed detached bungalow set on a generous sloping plot in an elevated position and has the potential to be developed further subject to the necessary planning consents. The existing accommodation is well proportioned and has the benefit of off street parking and a garage. Conveniently situated for Halwell and Moreleigh with the Old Inn on the doorstep. Totnes with its main line train stations is a short drive away.
The accommodation comprises: entered via the Upvc front door into a lower hallway with space for coats and boots with steps up to the upper hallway, the bannister rail is bespoke in oak, with detailing. The lounge on the right, is spacious with a large feature window looking to the front with far reaching countryside views, a stone fireplace with gas fire and wooden mantel with bespoke oak shelving detail above. Georgian style glazed double doors lead into the large Victorian style conservatory, with blinds fitted throughout and double French doors leading to the side patio terrace. Next to the conservatory is a small sun room with quarry tiled floor, double glazed sliding doors to the side and feature oak architrave to the archway access.
A glazed door leads into the kitchen, which has generous proportions, laid out in a 'U' shape with breakfast bar a range of wood finish base and wall units with tiled splashbacks and a white laminate worktop. There is plumbing for a dishwasher and a large double glazed window which overlooks the side patio terrace and views of the tower of St Leonard of Halwell church. There is also a useful pantry. From the kitchen a glazed door gives access to the generous utility/boot room, with plumbing for washing machine and power for a tumble dryer, a separate WC and a Upvc door to the rear garden.
The upper hallway has a large double door storage cupboard, access to the loft via a hatch, and a roof lantern to a velux window for extra natural light. A sliding door gives access into the wetroom with shower WC and hand basin. The first bedroom overlooks the front of the bungalow with a large double glazed window with the gorgeous countryside views across the valley, there are triple fitted mirrored wardrobes. The second double bedroom has double aspect windows and a fitted vanity basin and cupboard and a fitted double wardrobe.
Outside the bungalow is approached via a tarmac gated driveway with turning circle at the top and an up and over door to the single garage which has rear door access from the back pathway as well. The gardens wrap around the bungalow on all sides with various levels of lawn, shrub borders, trees and flower beds.
Viewings of this bungalow are highly recommended. HALWELL
Halwell is a small village but has a long history, having been one of the four burhs of Devon in the tenth century, only to be superseded by Totnes 100 years or so later. In the village are the 15th century St Leonard's Church and the Old Inn. The village is equidistant of Totnes, Dartmouth and Kingsbridge. The sea is within about ten minutes and Dartmoor twenty. There is a primary school and a village shop at Harbertonford and a full choice of facilities at Totnes including a Paddington line station. SERVICES
All mains services are connected. TENURE
Freehold LOCAL AUTHORITY
South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes TQ9 5NE. Tel: 01803 861234 DIRECTIONS
Leave Totnes on the western bypass heading for Kingsbridge, drive through the village of Harbertonford, continue for approximately 2 miles, just before entering the village of Halwell the church of St Leonard appears on the left hand side, take the small access lane directly before the church and cemetery signed Bickleigh Lane, Woodside is located second property on the right hand side with blue wrought iron gates.