- 30% Shared ownership
- Modern living space
- Dartmoor views
- Walking distance of village centre
- 2 Large double bedrooms
- Sunny garden
- 1 Allocated parking space
- EPC B
30% Shared ownership - 2 large double bedrooms - Modern living space - Sunny garden - Dartmoor views - 1 Allocated parking space - Walking distance of village centre - EPC B
The beautiful village of South Brent is located in the foothills of The Dartmoor National Park and on the northern edge of The South Hams. The village has a strong community with a popular primary school, three churches, a village hall and recreation centre, which provides the community with a variety of clubs and activities. There is also a variety of independent shops, cafés and pubs, as well as a Co Op store, and award winning Doctors surgery, Dentist and Pharmacy.
Situated less than 2 miles off the A38 Devon Expressway, which provides a direct link to the cities of Plymouth and Exeter as well as the M5, the village is a great location for commuters.
The ancient market town of Totnes is approx 8 miles away and has a wide range of amenities including a leisure centre, primary and secondary schools, an abundance of public houses, bars, restaurants and cafes. There is also a hospital, supermarket and mainline railway station, with trains to London Paddington in around 3 hours.
This well presented modern two bedroom property is conveniently located within walking distance of South Brent village centre. The property is a good size and comes complete with gas central heating, double glazing a sunny garden allocated parking. This property is perfect for first time buyers.
On entering the property you are greeted by a good sized hallway with space for shoes and coats. The kitchen/diner can be found to the left hand side. The modern fitted kitchen has neutral base and wall mounted units, along with a built in cooker and gas hob, there is also space for a dishwasher and freestanding fridge freezer. There plenty of room for a good sized dining table, and the current owners have added some personality to the space, with a striking feature wallpaper and dog-tooth pattern flooring.
The living room can be found at the rear, spanning the width of the property. This light spacious room enjoys views over the garden and if flooded with light from the French doors. The room has ample space for large furniture and has a very private feel.
On the ground floor there is also a downstairs W/C and under stair storage.
Upstairs are two large double bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom sits at the back of the property and enjoys views over the garden and Dartmoor beyond, this is a generous room, that lends itself to having large storage units to one side, while still allowing room for other bedroom furniture. The second bedroom has two windows to the front and offers plenty of room for freestanding furniture. The family bathroom has a white modern suite with electric shower over the bath.
Outside at the rear of the property is the South Westerly facing garden, the garden is laid predominantly to lawn with a small patio area, and benefits from a useful large garden shed. It is the perfect size for a small family, and there is also access from the back of the garden to the parking area.
The property is immaculately presented and has been finished to a modern standard, it offers everything a first time buyer could need. A viewing is highly recommended.
To be eligible to purchase this property you have to be a person who is in need of Affordable Housing and who has a strong location connection with the Dartmoor National Park or the Parishes of Dean Prior, Diptford, Harberton, North Huish and Ugborough.
• The person has been permanently resident in one of these areas for 5+ years
• The person has been employed in on of these areas for the last 5+ years
Leasehold - Current purchase 30% Share. This can be increased over time to a maximum 80% Share.
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage
South Hams District Council
Strictly by appointment with agent
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