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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Harbertonford, Harbertonford, Devon, TQ9

Under Offer £440,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Individual village property
  • Three south facing bedrooms
  • Two reception rooms
  • Well equipped kitchen
  • Sunny Conservatory
  • Detached studio/workshop
  • Extensive parking
  • Cottage gardens

Full description

Delightful detached house located in desirable South Hams village. Individual village property, three south facing bedrooms, detached studio/workshop, well equipped kitchen, extensive parking and cottage gardens. EPC Band C

Situation - Harbertonford is on the banks of the river Harbourne which follows through Harbertonford into Bow Creek and onward to Dartmouth. Today the village offers a primary school, church, village hall, pub and a store/post office. Totnes is approximately 3 miles and is full of historic interest, with narrow streets and a Norman castle, today a bustling and thriving market town, that retains much of its original character, full of interest with a wide range of good local schools, shopping facilities and recreational pursuits including indoor swimming pool and boating opportunities on the River Dart. The A38 Devon expressway is approximately 7 miles away, allowing speedy access to the cities of Exeter and Plymouth and the country beyond. Main line rail links to London Paddington are also located in Totnes.
 

Description - Bluebell Cottage is a charming 3 bedroom detached property in the popular village of Harbertonford. This property is beautifully presented throughout providing a warm and welcoming home. The accommodation is arranged over two floors with farmhouse style kitchen/dining room, bright sitting room and conservatory, three double bedrooms, bathroom and en-suite to the main bedroom.
 
The property enjoys cottage style gardens and a driveway providing parking for at least three cars. In addition to the main house, there is a detached barn, suitable as a studio, workshop or office.
 

Accommodation - A covered porch provides access to the inner hall. Doors to cloakroom and to the kitchen. The extremely welcoming and stylish kitchen has an array of matching wall and base units under granite work surfaces, with a centre island workstation. The cream 2-oven Aga has an Aga electric module to the side giving the option to turn the main Aga off in the heat of the summer. Bi-fold doors open onto the patio from the kitchen. Stairs lead to the first floor with a flood of natural light from a first floor Velux window. A door leads from the kitchen to the sitting room. This room enjoys a dual prospect, with double doors to the conservatory and a wood burner set onto a slate hearth.
 
On the first floor there are two built in storage cupboards and doors leading to each bedroom and the family bathroom. The master bedroom enjoys a dual prospect over the garden and village, with ensuite comprising a large shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin. The family bathroom provides a bath with overhead shower, WC wash hand basin and an airing cupboard housing the boiler.
 

The Barn - A wonderful detached barn conversion with windows to the south, beams and laminate flooring. The barn is connected with electricity and water and a wood burning stove. This versatile space is currently used as a workshop and could equally provide a study area or studio.
 

Outside - A private gravelled drive to the front of the property provides parking for at least three cars. To the right is a large shed with electric power, currently divided into two sections and a greenhouse . Within the boundary of the property to the south is a stone wall with hedge and a public pavement adjoining the road.
 
To the left of the drive are steps leading to a side gate that provides access to the front of the property. A path runs alongside the property with steps leading to a side gate that provides access to the front of the property. A path runs alongside the property with steps leading up to a delightful sun terrace at the top of the garden. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a selection of established plants and shrubs, with four raised beds for soft fruit or vegetables. There are three covered storage areas, currently used for logs and bins.
 

Services - Mains electricity, mains water, mains drainage, mains gas. Gas central heating.
 

Local Authority - South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 5NE. Tel: 01803 861234. E-mail: customer.services@southhams.gov.uk.
 

Viewing - Strictly by prior appointment with Stags Totnes property office on 01803 865454
 

Directions - From Totnes, take the Dartmouth/Kingsbridge road. Continue along this road for approximately three miles and on entering the village of Harbertonford pass the petrol station on your left and turn left just past the zebra crossing by the village pub. Pass the Post Office/Village shop on your left, and then turn right onto Bow Road where the entrance to Bluebell Cottage is on the left.

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