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3 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Harberton, Totnes, TQ9

Guide Price £380,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A Charming And Characterful Barn Coversion
  • Large Bright And Spacious Living Space
  • Fireplace With Wood Burner
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Cottage Garden
  • Modern Fitted Kitchen
  • Garage And Parking
  • Small Select Development

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property

Haytor View is a charming barn conversion which offers both bright and spacious accommodation. The property has benefited from much improvement by the current owners and now enjoys a modern living style within a characterful setting. The house also offers three spacious bedrooms and a large living room with wood burner. An added attraction to this property is a single garage and additional parking.


A front door leads into the main entrance area with space for coats and boots. There is also a down stairs cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin. The entrance area leads into the kitchen. The kitchen offers a range of base and wall fitted units along with a built in sink unit, oven with hob and space for appliances. The room opens up into the dining area which can accommodate a large family dining table with chairs. There is a built in storage cupboard and stairs rising to the first floor. Leading from the dining area is a spacious living room with a fireplace and wood burner.

The first floor accommodation includes a spacious landing area with storage shelves, three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. Of particular note is the large master bedroom with a characterful vaulted ceiling and built in storage cupboards. The family bathroom also offers a panelled bath and separate shower cubical.


The property is positioned within Dorsley Barton a small development of similar styled barns and located a short distance from both Totnes and Harberton. Totnes is an ancient market town and is famed for its fine period buildings, colour and diversity. There is an interesting range of small shops, cafes, restaurants, galleries and excellent educational provision. Nearby Dartington Hall, about 2 miles, is a celebrated centre for the performing arts and progressive education. The surrounding South Hams countryside is ideal for outdoor pursuits and the beautiful South Devon coast is within short motoring distance. In addition, Totnes benefits from a mainline railway station to London Paddington. The A38 dual carriageway is about 7 miles and provides fast links to Plymouth, Exeter and beyond.


The property is accessed via a shared private driveway and leads into a central courtyard area. From this area there is gated access to the front of the property. The pretty garden located to the front of the house enjoys an area of lawn along with a selection of plants and shrubs. There is also a storm porch with log store. The property also benefits from a single private garage located to the front and private parking for two vehicles.


Mains water and shared private drainage, mains electricity and mains gas fired central heating. Both 4G and fibre broadband available

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
12 April 2018


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