2 bedroom character property for saleChapel Court, Stoke Gabriel, Totnes
- Character Two Bedroom Cottage in Stoke Gabriel
- Rear Courtyard Garden
- Gas Central Heating
- No Chain
- Part Double Glazing
- Sought after location in Stoke Gabriel
- Feature open fireplace in the Lounge
A charming period cottage located in this favoured South Hams village comprising lounge, kitchen/diner, 2 beds & bathroom. The cottage makes an ideal home for the discerning purchaser in this pretty village located on the banks of the River Dart.
A charming period cottage located in the favoured South Hams village of Stoke Gabriel. The accommodation comprises entrance porch, living room, kitchen/diner, two bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property benefits from UPVC DG, GCH and an enclosed courtyard garden. The cottage makes an ideal home for the discerning purchaser in this pretty village located on the banks of the River Dart.
To the front of the property there is a UPVC double glazed entrance door into
UPVC double glazed windows to the front and side aspect, box housing mains fuse box and electric meters, tiled flooring, obscure wooden glass panelled door leading through to
Lounge 15' 5" max x 13' 6" into bay window ( 4.70m max x 4.11m into bay window )
Laminate flooring. Single panelled radiator. Stairs to first floor landing. Leaded wooden double glazed bay window overlooking the front aspect. Double panelled radiator. five wall lights. TV aerial point. Telephone point. Feature stone fireplace which is suitable for a wood burner. Tiled deep silled window overlooking the rear aspect. Archway through to:-
Kitchen / Diner 14' 2" x 10' 9" min ( 4.32m x 3.28m min )
Laminate flooring. Tiled deep silled window overlooking the rear. French doors leading out to the
courtyard. Tiled deep silled window overlooking the courtyard. Radiator. Range of wall and base mounted units with roll edge worksurfaces over and tiled splash backs. Space for range cooker. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Space and plumbing for dishwasher. Space for fridge freezer. Belfast sink.
First Floor Landing
Exposed beam. Access to the loft with pull down ladder. Doors off to principal rooms.
Full boarding, power, light and two velux windows (with potential to convert into another bedroom/study subject to necessary planning permission).
Bedroom One 13' 1" plus recess x 12' 7" max ( 3.99m plus recess x 3.84m max )
UPVC double glazed window overlooking the side aspect. UPVC double glazed deep silled window overlooking the front. Velux window. Obscure glass wall giving borrowed light through to the landing. Built in dressing area. Cupboard with shelving. Telephone point. Two built in double wardrobes with hanging rails and storage cupboards above
Bedroom Two 11' 9" x 8' 8" ( 3.58m x 2.64m )
Exposed beam. UPVC double glazed window overlooking the side aspect. Double panelled radiator.
UPVC double glazed obscure glass window. Door to airing cupboard housing combi boiler with slatted shelving. White suite comprising of pedestal mounted wash hand basin, low level flush WC, steel bath with mixer tap and shower attachment with shower screen and tiled surround. Chrome heated towel rail. Shaving socket. Half tiled around.
Via the kitchen there are double glazed French doors which lead out to an enclosed courtyard garden with crazy paving. Box housing gas meter. Stone built storage out house with lighting and power. Gate gives access to the front.
Agents Note- Wkipedia
Stoke Gabriel is a village and parish in Devon, England, situated on a creek of the River Dart. The village is a popular tourist destination in the South Hams and is famous for its mill pond and crab fishing (known colloquially as crabbing). It is equidistant from Paignton, Dartmouth and Totnes, and has a population of approximately 1,200.
Fisherman probably first came to Stoke Gabriel to fish salmon and gain access to the River Dart. The village has an approximately 1,000 year-old yew tree in the churchyard of The Church of St Mary and St Gabriel, a church which has stood since Norman times. Legend has it that if you walk backwards seven times round the yew's main stem you will be granted a wish.
Stoke Gabriel was the birthplace of the Great Western Railway's Chief Mechanical Engineer George Jackson Churchward, who lends his name to the local football club's ground.
The village has two public houses; The Church House Inn and The Castle Inn. Until relatively recently there were three pubs. The other being The Victoria and Albert Inn. The Church House Inn was built to accommodate the masons who constructed the church and also served as the courthouse. The old stocks can be seen outside the inn today.
Stoke Gabriel is the template for the fictional village of Thornford Regis in C.C. Benison's crime novels Twelve Drummers Drumming and Eleven Pipers Piping.
From our Paignton office proceed along Hyde Road taking the right hand lane and bear around to the right where the road forks then swap into the left hand lane and follow it around into Totnes Road. Continue along and then after the third set of traffic lights, Tweenaway Cross, take the second turning on the left, by the Parkers Arms, into Stoke Gabriel Road. Follow the road until you enter the village and Chapel Court can be located on the left hand side opposite the junction to Flood Street.
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5: Connells has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services and it is the buyers interests to check the working condition of any appliances.
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