Dartmoor Village

Horrabridge

Guide of 357,500 Freehold

 

Within easy walking distance of local shops, an attractive late Victorian bay-fronted, semi-detached four/five bedroom family home with a separate former coach house with adjoining workshop and a long rear garden with pedestrian access to the River Walkham.

The property fronts onto Whitchurch road with ornate iron railings  and gate enclosing a small front garden with footpaths leading passed the side entrance into the coach house/workshop in to the enclosed rear garden. The interior is accessed via a front vestibule leading into a wooden-floored hall way with a fine carved mahogany staircase with carved newel. An under-stairs cupboard/larder is shelved with a power supply. Occupying the front bay and augmented by period mouldings which are a feature of the house, the focus of the sitting room is a period marble & cast iron fireplace with another seen in the dining room next door which has a large south-west facing window. Further on the hallway opens into the kitchen/breakfast room which, along with the rear porch with outside access, could benefit from updating.

The upstairs accommodation is over two levels, the first occupied by a large recently refurbished family bathroom and bedroom three in the rear tenement. Bedroom two sits above the dining room and similarly enjoys a south-west aspect. The master bedroom, with fitted wardrobes and period fireplace, sits in the front bay. Adjacent to this, bedroom four is used by the present owners as study. Outside a flight of stairs runs to the a second floor loft space which has been converted into a dynamic studio space with north and south facing Velux windows and under-eaves storage amid the architecture of exposed roof trusses.

The garden at the rear has a gently sloping lawn along with a sunny paved terrace which sits beneath the kitchen and off of which is a gardener’s W.C. and a separate boiler/utility room.

THE FACTS

Situation

Horrabridge is a thriving and picturesque small village with easy access Tavistock which boasts all the amenities that one would expect for its size including several supermarkets, numerous shops, a library, ‘The Wharf’ entertainment centre and a leisure complex. The area also offers a wide choice of places to eat and drink to suit all tastes.

Cities – Exeter – 42 miles, Plymouth – 11 miles;  Derriford Hospital – 8 miles; Town –  Tavistock – 3.5 miles; Village  – Yelverton – 2 miles.

Services – All mains services and mains gas fired central heating system.

Local Authority – West Devon Borough Council.

Postcode PL20 7TZ    Tenure – Freehold      Council Tax – Band ‘E’ with £2296.21 pa payable for 2018-19.

EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) – www.epcregister.com Domestic EPC register reference: 0845-2855-7369-9396-6921 Energy Efficiency Rating Band D-60

IMPORTANT NOTICE

No description of information given by John Colton  or his employees, whether or not in these particulars and whether written or verbal about the property or its condition or its value may be relied upon as a statement or representation of fact.

 These particulars do not constitute, nor constitute part of, an offer or contract, nor shall they merge in any offer of contract which may hereafter be made between the sellers or lessors and the recipient of the information.

The photographs show only certain parts of the property at the time they were taken. Any areas, measurements or distances given are approximate only