- Newly refurbished
- End terrace cottage
- Three double bedrooms
- New kitchen
- Grade II listed
- Family bathroom
- Riverside views
- Sought after village location of Harbertonford
- Easy access to Totnes
Property Description: SITUATION
Luscombe Maye are delighted to present to the market this newly refurbished, three bedroom, end terrace, Grade II listed cottage. Situated right in the heart of this hugely popular South Hams village of Harbertonford, with beautiful riverside views. The market town of Totnes with it's mainline train station is close by and the South Hams beaches of Bigbury and Bantham a short drive away, viewings are highly recommended. DESCRIPTION
Bridge House is an end terrace three bedroom stone cottage. It has been lovingly refurbished throughout internally, with a carefully thought out layout to maximise living space. You enter the property via the front door into the entrance hallway which runs from the front to the rear of the property. At the end of the hallway on the left hand side a door leads into the newly fitted kitchen/breakfast room, with a magnificent feature stone fireplace with original oak lintel. The kitchen has been fitted with stone coloured high gloss floor and wall cabinets with brushed steel handles and wood block style worktops. There is an integral fridge/freezer unit and brushed steel cooker, hob, extractor hood and splash back, with wood finish vinyl flooring to complete the look of this modern and practical kitchen. There is also ample space for a breakfast table and chairs. the room is filled with natural light from the large sash style window which looks out to the front of the property.
As you continue along the hallway to the right stairs lead up to the first floor and there are doors to the left and right to the first and second bedrooms. The first bedroom is a generous sized double with double aspect ensuring the room is flooded with natural light from the large sash windows with deep windowsills The second bedroom again a good sized double faces to the rear of the cottage with a view across the road to the river side village green.
The first floor accommodation comprises a large open plan lounge and dining space with double aspect. The three large sash windows provide lots of light. The property has high speed internet connection for all your business and or leisure activities.
A door on the left hand side at the top of the stairs leads into the third double bedroom.
An open archway from the lounge area leads into the upstairs hallway with a door through to the family bathroom which has been newly fitted with a white bathroom suite comprising bath with shower over and shower screen, wash basin and WC.
A final door at the end of the hallway leads into the fourth bedroom or study area.
Outside to the rear of the cottage there is space for a bistro style table and chairs for those morning cups of coffee or a glass of wine whilst watching village life stroll by. The cottage has great holiday letting potential and all the furnishings can be purchased by separate negotiation. HARBERTONFORD
Located in the Harbourne valley three miles south-west of Totnes, Harbertonford took its name from a ford of the River Harbourne around which the village originally developed. The village lies within the Harbourne Area of Great Landscape Value. The village has a good range of community facilities including a church, primary school, post office/general stores, hall, petrol station and pub. The delightful mediaeval town of Totnes has a wide choice of services and facilities including Intercity railway station and secondary school. TOTNES
The unique and charming market town of Totnes sits above the River Dart in the heart of the South Hams. The town is one of Devon's gems, the birthplace of the Transition Town movement in England and nominated in British Airways' HighLife magazine as one of the world's top ten funky towns. Full of colour and character, its atmosphere is cosmopolitan with a West Country flavour and those looking for history, alternative therapies and beautiful countryside will find it in and around Totnes. The town is said to have more listed buildings per head of the population than anywhere else in Britain. With a twice-a-week market and full of small independent shops, it's well-known for ethical products, wholefoods and fair trade goods. It is the second oldest borough in England, with an ancient Guildhall and Church, a Norman Castle and its North and East Gates. There is a well-regarded community college and a mainline railway station and Dartmoor, the South Hams and many of its fine beaches are within easy reach. SERVICES
All mains services connected. Mains drainage. TENURE
Freehold LOCAL AUTHORITY
South Hams District Council
Follaton House, Plymouth Rd, Totnes TQ9 5NE
01803 861234 VIEWINGS
Viewings strictly by appointment only. Please call Luscombe Maye 01803 869920. DIRECTIONS
TQ9 7SZ - Harbertonford is on the A381 about 3 miles south of Totnes. After passing the petrol station on the left, continue for approximately 100 metres just past the zebra crossing turn immediately left into Old Road. The cottage is the last property on the corner on the left.