Holly Cottage is an enchanting mid-terrace period cottage with stone elevations beneath a slate roof.
Holly Cottage is an enchanting mid-terrace period cottage with stone elevations beneath a slate roof. The property has recently undergone a programme of extensive redecoration and showcases an abundance of character including original stone fireplace with log burner, ceiling beams and exposed stone wall features. The charming accommodation consists of a spacious sitting room with the aforementioned feature fireplace which in turn leads to the farmhouse style kitchen. An electric Aga highlights the room opposite a Belfast sink sitting in a granite worktop and a range of fitted shaker-style units. There is also a cute bench seat here bordered by wood panelling and a stable door leading outside. Hidden behind a door are the stairs leading from the sitting room to the first floor where there are two double bedrooms and a modern family bathroom.
Attached to the rear of the cottage (and accessed by its own external door) is the studio room/store room with light and power connected which would lend itself to a variety of uses.
Outside, and just across a shared pathway is the courtyard garden and BBQ area laid to stone and with views to the village church. From here you can access the additional external store as well. The shared path winds its way to the main garden which is a private lawned oasis surrounded my mature shrubs and trees with beautiful views down the valley. Within this part of the garden is a large timber shed and separate summerhouse. This delightful home is offered with no onward chain.
Characterful Period Cottage (not Listed)
Farmhouse Style Kitchen
2 Double Bedrooms
Spacious Sitting Room
Courtyard and Garden
No Onward Chain
This charming cottage sits in the delightful village of Harberton and is perfectly situated to commute to nearby cities of Exeter and Plymouth, but with the beautiful South Hams coastlines and bustling town of Totnes short drives away you can still achieve that quintessential Devon vibe. Harberton itself is host to a village pub, B&B, allotments and a historical parish church. There are several clubs including cricket, badminton and bowls as well as a splendid village playing/sports field. Regular bus services six days a week give access to Totnes and Kingsbridge where you will find all the amenities you would expect from a town. There is a choice of several Primary Schools for the village with secondary education provided at the King Edward VI College in Totnes.
Nearby Totnes is a boutique town full of excellent eateries and independent shops, as well as twice-weekly markets and a castle to explore. If you want to head to the coast, Salcombe is just over half an hour away, as is Dartmouth with some fabulous beaches whilst the glorious wilderness of Dartmoor is on your doorstep too. Harberton sits surrounded by all of this opportunity and is certainly to be considered a little gem.
Mains water, mains drainage and mains electricity.
NB: New Electric Panel Radiators have been installed since the EPC.
South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Totnes, TQ9 5NE.
COUNCIL TAX BAND: B
Strictly by appointment through Christopher’s South Hams, 01752 746550
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