4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Riverwood, Staverton Bridge, Dartington, Totnes, Devon, TQ9

Under Offer £550,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
  • Quality fittings throughout
  • Walled garden
  • Easy access to Dartington and Totnes
  • No onward chain
  • Video Tour

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Courtyard House forms part of the exclusive Riverwood development which is set in a tranquil position between the River Dart and North Woods - part of the Dartington Estate. This four-bedroom property has accommodation arranged over three floors, approaching 2000 sq. ft. The property is finished to an exacting standard incorporating high quality finishes throughout such as integrated Neff appliances, granite worktops and Porcelanosa & Grohe bathroom fittings. A particular feature is the large open plan living reception room with bi-folding doors, flowing seamlessly onto the large entertaining terrace. In addition, externally there is private walled garden and parking for several vehicles.

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Approach 
Pedestrian access from the parking gives way to a flint and paved courtyard. Covered porch way with panel and brace door opening into an inner courtyard with covered pathway giving way to the front door.

Hallway 
Fully glazed door with glazed side section opens into a large and spacious hallway. Stairs with spindle and wooden hand balustrade rising to the first floor. Double doors open to the under stair cupboard which is site of the RCD trip meters and the under floor and Thermaskirt heating manifolds. Two pendant lights and smoke alarm to the ceiling.

Family Bathroom 
Double ended roll edge bath with hand held shower attachment and wall mounted control. Wash hand basin with single lever Grohe tap set into a double drawer vanity unit. Wall mounted mirror with back lighting with magic eye control. Quality porcelain tiles to the floor and walls. Chrome towel drying radiator. Extractor fan and light to the ceiling. Large glazed screen with wet room style shower with central collector drain and Monsoon rose to the ceiling. Hand held shower attachment and wall mounted controls. Porcelanosa W.C..

First Floor Landing 
Stairs rise from the ground floor. Further stairs rise to the second floor. Window and full glazed door opening to the first floor decked terrace.

Open Plan Living Area 
Large L-shaped triple aspect room with numerous casement windows. Bi-folding doors opening to a hard wood decked terrace with galvanised steel railings. Recessed spotlights, pendant light and smoke alarm to the ceiling. To the kitchen is a raised breakfast bar section capped in granite. Surface mounted Neff four ring induction hob with extractor fan and light over. Excellent arrangement of floor and wall mounted cupboards and drawers. Under mounted 1.5 bowl sink with swan neck mixer set over. Integrated Neff double oven and grill, double fridge, double freezer and dishwasher.

Cloakroom 
Wash hand basin set into a double drawer vanity unit. Superb porcelain tiling to the walls. Extractor fan and light to the ceiling. Porcelanosa W.C..

Second Floor 
Stairs rise from the first floor to the second floor landing. Wall mounted up lighter. Remote operated electric Velux window set to the vaulted ceiling. Double doors open to a storage cupboard.

Master Bedroom 
Double doors open to a Juliet style balcony affording an excellent rural view. Fully vaulted ceiling with lights and smoke alarm. Door opening to the en-suite bathroom.

En-suite Bathroom 
Roll edge bath with shower attachment and wall mounted control. Wash hand basin set into a double drawer vanity unit with single lever tap over. Elegant porcelain tiling to the walls. Chrome towel drying radiator. Velux window to the vaulted ceiling. Extractor fan and light. Porcelanosa W.C..

Boiler/utility Room 
Good quality Linoleum flooring. Range of floor mounted cupboards with single bowl stainless steel sink and drainer with porcelain tiled surrounds. Spaces and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Chrome towel drying radiator. Site of the Thermaflow electric combination boiler which is a very clean, efficient and up to date heating system.

Outside 
To the approach is parking and access to the walled garden with an area of lawn, fruit trees and shaded area with the first floor decked terrace above. The covered walkway from the parking gives way to the front door and the boiler/utility room.

LOCAL AREA: 

TOTNES TOWN 
The town has a thriving annual calendar of events to keep the busiest family engaged throughout the seasons, from local apple blessing ceremonies, to raft races and town fairs. The attractive main high street has a thriving celebration of craft, trade and vintage shops catering for all tastes and ages. Totnes is a town of intrigue, culture and a history of doing things its own way.

TOTNES MARKET 
Totnes hosts an amazing food market once a month, attracting people from all corners of Devon. A destination for a Sunday day-out. It’s been going 6 years and still has most of its original Good Food traders and over the years it has attracted many more, now over 60 fantastic food traders travel from all over Devon. And it’s on your doorstep.

THE SEA TROUT 
Courtyard House is lucky to have The Sea Trout pub within walking distance. Popular with locals and visitors alike it has a reputation for good food. This stunning family run 15th Century Coaching Inn close to the river Dart ticks all the boxes for an authentic country pub, from the delightful locals Stag's Bar to the stylish award-winning restaurant and 11 luxury en-suite bedrooms.

BEN’S ORGANIC FARM & SHOP 
The Watson family has farmed the 350-hectare Riverford Farm for over 60 years, more than thirty of which have been spent working to bring back the taste and quality of fresh, traditional food. Their Farm shop in Staverton offers all sorts of veg, fruit, grass-fed organic meat and delivers free to your door. It’s like having an allotment without the digging. The Riverford box scheme began when Guy Watson started delivering vegetables locally to 30 friends in Devon, they now deliver around 47,000 boxes a week to homes around the UK.

STEINER SCHOOL 
The South Devon Steiner College extends Steiner schooling from three to 19 at the South Devon Steiner School and provides an alternative route to University education based on Steiner teaching and the new NZ Certificate of Steiner Education. “Steiner education seeks to engage the whole student, developing well-rounded individuals with the ability to solve problems creatively and we are delighted that we can extend our offering to 16-19 year olds, alongside a clear route to University.”

STAVERTON BRIDGE 
Staverton Bridge, which crosses the River Dart and was built around 1413. It is considered to be one of the best examples of medieval bridges surviving in Devon. "Seven obtusely pointed arches; one of the oldest Devon bridges". There are less than 300 households in the village, with a population of approximately 720. On the banks of the scenic River Dart. The heart of the village is St Paul de Leon, Church of England parish church, mostly early 14th century. Features include the rood screen (much restored) and the 18th-century pulpit.

LOCAL NATURE 
One of the nicest leisure pursuits is messing about on the water, wild swimming can be enjoyed in the River Dart, along with canoeing, stand up paddle boarding or just leisurely strolls along the attractive river banks. An abundance of wildlife can be spied along the River Dart, Kingfishers can be spotted by their vibrant colours as they hunt along the river banks. For the very lucky, a chance glimpse of an otter, badger or deer along with spotting fish in the clear running waters of the Dart. The walks and scenic trails around Staverton are well signposted and the nearby National Cycle path going from Totnes to South Brent are ideal for a fun day out for all the family.

SOUTH DEVON RAILWAY 
A particular attraction in Staverton is the South Devon Steam Train, which has featured in many period dramas and famous TV series, for instance Poirot and appeared in several Hollywood blockbusters. There are two stops of the South Devon Railway trust within the village boundary. Staverton railway station and Nappers Halt. At Christmas, they run a particularly popular steam train where the children can meet Father Christmas.

DARTINGTON HALL 
The Hall itself is a Grade I listed building. The gardens are Grade II* listed in the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens. The Hall and medieval courtyard functions in part as a conference in part as a conference centre and wedding venue and provides bed and breakfast accommodation for people attending courses and for casual visitors. The Barn Cinema and the White Hart Bar and Restaurant are used by estate dwellers, residents from the surrounding countryside, and visitors alike. ‘Way with Words’ is one of many popular annual events held at Dartington Hall along with the internationally renowned music festival. There is an ancient yew tree reputed to be nearly 2000 years old and rumour has it that Knights Templar are buried in the graveyard there, although there is no evidence to substantiate this.

OTHER NEARBY ATTRACTIONS 
• Dartmoor National Park to the North West, exploring tors and ancient footpaths • Just a 25 minute drive to fabulous sandy Blue Flag beaches • Wine tasting at Sharpham Vineyard on the scenic banks of the River Dart • Pleasure cruises down to Dartmouth and Kingswear from Totnes. • Buckfast Abbey established in 1081 by Benedictine monks • 15th century romantic ruin of Berry Pomeroy Castle

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Nearest station

  • Totnes (1.9 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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Waterside The Plains, Totnes, TQ9 5DR

01803 367060 Local call rate

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