Price £250,000 - Available
*** OFFERS INVITED *** 4 Bedroom - Large Living Room - Modern Fitted Kitchen - Quiet Village Location - Allocated Parking - Landscape Terrace Garden - Countryside Views - Gas Central Heating - uPVC Double Glazing
Harbertonford is a small village that sits alongside the river Harbourne, within the village there is a Post office/general store, Primary school, public house, Church, village hall and petrol station. The village is located on a regular bus route to both Kingsbridge, Dartmouth and Totnes. Just 3 miles away is the bustling market town of Totnes, the town has a mainline railway station, Primary & secondary school, supermarkets and a selection of unique shops. The A38 Devon expressway is approximately 6 miles away.
This mid terraced 4 bedroom property is tucked away in a quiet village location. With neutral modern décor, a beautifully landscaped private garden which benefits from countryside views and allocated parking, this property needs to be seen to be fully appreciated. The property has been extended and modernised over the past 13 years by the current owners, making this a good sized family home.
On entering the property, the kitchen/diner can be found on your right. The modern fitted kitchen provides plenty of worktop and cupboard space, including a large utility/larder cupboard and under stair storage. There is also space for a large range cooker, washing machine, fridge/freezer and slimline dishwasher. There is also room for a family sized dining table making this a great entertaining space.
Opposite sits the living room, this room is south east facing so is flooded with light from the bay window at the front. The room is neutrally decorated and has a cosy feel to it.
The 4 bedrooms and family bathroom can be found on the first floor. The two double bedrooms that sit to the front of the property enjoy views over the surrounding countryside and both benefit from built in storage. The third double bedroom which sits at the back of the property has a very spacious feel due to the open apex roof, and benefits from plenty of natural light from a Velux window in the roof. The single bedroom/study also benefits from a Velux window and is a great space for a home office or young child`s bedroom. From this level you can access the enclosed rear garden.
The garden has been landscaped to form three level terraces, each of the terraces offer plenty of space for seating and play equipment, with views of the surrounding countryside. The upper level is decked and enjoys the last of the evening sun, so it is perfect for summer entertaining. There is also a woodfired pizza oven/BBQ which was put in by the current owners less than a year ago. The garden backs onto private woodland which fills with Bluebells in the spring and provides additional privacy.
To the front of the property is a decked seating area which benefits from morning and early afternoon sun and sloped grassed garden with a small pear tree and storage shed. The property comes with an allocated parking space and additional guest parking.
This property is subject to the three year Devon occupancy restriction. This means that you have to have lived or worked in Devon for the last 3 years to be able to purchase this property. Or seven out of the last twenty years (non consecutive) in the South Hams area.
Mains Gas Central Heating, Mains Water and Drainage, uPVC Double Glazing
Council Tax Band
South Hams District Council
Strictly by Appointment with Agent
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
- 3/4 Bedrooms
- Modern Fitted Kitchen
- Allocated Parking
- Countryside Views
- uPVC Double Glazing
- Good Size Living Room
- Quiet Village Location
- Landscape Terrace Garden
- Gas Central Heating
Nearest train stations (distances are in a straight line)
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