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2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Church Hill, Marldon, Devon, TQ3

Guide Price £225,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Two double bedrooms
  • Open plan sitting/dining room
  • Kitchen/breakfast area
  • Terraced courtyard with views
  • Timber office/storage space with power and light.
  • Off street parking

Full description

A recently improved and updated charming character cottage on the edge of village location. Two double bedrooms, open plan sitting/dining room, kitchen/breakfast area, terraced garden area, off street parking. EPC Band D

Situation - 2 Lower Tor Cottages is situated on the edge of the popular village of Marldon. The property sits towards the top of Church Hill and offers views down towards the Church and village, as well as across neighbouring farmland with distant views of Dartmoor beyond. Marldon is a delightful village full of history and character, and offers the well renowned Church House Inn, together with a village store, Post Office and highly regarded primary school.
The Torbay area covers three major towns - namely Torquay, Paignton and Brixham, and collectively are known as the English Riviera where a comprehensive range of shopping, educational, recreational and sporting needs can be met. If travelling and commuting are important to you Devon has a comprehensive rail network accessed at the mainline railway station in either Totnes or Newton Abbot with rapid regular rail links to London Paddington.
The A380 is also nearby, and with the new by-pass at Newton Abbot provides easy access onto the A38 Devon Expressway and onwards to the M5 at Exeter.

Description - 2 Lower Tor Cottages is a charming character cottage, recently improved and updated by the present owners to make very good use of available space. The open plan sitting/dining room is complimented by a cottage style kitchen and adjacent breakfast area, whilst upstairs, two double bedrooms and a contemporary style bathroom are linked by a landing area which is large enough to accommodate a sofa bed etc.
Outside, the property benefits from a terraced courtyard garden offering rural views, together with a single off road parking space.

Accommodation - (Please see floorplan). Canopied entrance porch with recessed spotlights and log storage area to the side. Entrance lobby with part glazed side screens leading to the sitting/dining room. This dual aspect room makes the most of the floorspace with stone fireplace and inset woodburner and TV over mantle. Ceiling spotlights, timber flooring and bench seating around fixed pedestal table. Kitchen/breakfast area has windows to the rear elevation. Traditional cottage style units with Butler sink and Oak worktops. Cream wall and base units, space for gas Rangemaster oven. Step up to breakfast area with window to the front elevation and space for small breakfast table and chairs. Additional space for tall fridge/freezer.
From the sitting room, an enclosed staircase (with feature glass side panel) leads to large landing area with window to front elevation. Loft hatch and overstairs storage cupboard and storage space to one wall. Both bedrooms are double rooms, one with part vaulted ceiling and French doors leading to Juliet style balcony with farmland views and one with built in cupboard and views to the village, Church and farmland beyond. Family bathroom with contemporary fittings including a large Jacuzzi style corner bath with Monsoon shower head. WC, heated towel rail and window to the front elevation. Feature stone wall to one elevation.

Outside - From Church Hill, a sloped driveway leads to off road parking for one vehicle to the front of the property. Steps lead to a series of terraced garden areas. The lower one provides a decked seating/entertaining area and from which to enjoy rolling views towards the Church and farmland beyond. Timber steps lead to a second terraced area with paving and a good size timber office/storage space with power and light. Further steps lead up the side of the garden towards an additional storage shed with pedestrian access gate leading onto Ipplepen Road where there is further on road parking.

Services - Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas fired central heating.

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

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

Directions - From Totnes proceed on the A385 towards Paignton. After approximately 1 mile turn left towards Berry Pomeroy and proceed through this village and onwards towards Marldon. Upon reaching Marldon proceed up the hill to the mini roundabout at the top and then turn left, signposted to the shops/village hall/Church. Proceed down the hill, and towards the bottom fork left into Ipplepen Road. Follow round a left hand bend and look for a converted Chapel on your right. Park on the road near here, and then go through the pedestrian gate (Stags For Sale Board) next to the Chapel, and walk down the path where 2 Lower Tor Cottages will be found first on your right.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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Added on Rightmove:
18 August 2016


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