An enchanting character cottage in the popular village of Tuckenhay on the banks of Bow Creek near Totnes.
This cosy stone built cottage has oodles of character and remains very unspoilt.
Approached via a shared cobbled path the cottage has a lovely timber porchway with door into the sitting room with feature fireplace and woodburner for those cosy evenings.
A doorway leads through to a galley kitchen with fully fitted units, a guest WC and a useful utilty room with door out to the rear terrace.
Upstairs on the first floor is the large double bedroom with lovely fireplace and a window overlooking the garden, a family bathroom and useful landing area which makes for a small study.
Stairs lead to the second floor which has a large bright attic room which is currently used as a second bedroom, and benefits from a velux window.
The cottage has a little lawned garden with small decked seating area that overlooks the stream which runs into Bow Creek. There is also a useful shed.
In addition to the rear of the property (accessed via the utility room ) is a rear terrace with a large storage shed.
4 Bridge Terrace is located in the village of Tuckenhay which benefits from two popular public houses, and is in the heart of the countryside with wonderful walking from the doorstep. It is approximately three miles to the medieval market town of Totnes with its plethora of local shops and cafes, mainline railway station, hospital, schools and local amenities.
In addition 3 miles to the South and en route to Dartmouth, is the village of Dittisham which is a popular sailing venue on the River Dart, and has a well reputed and popular sailing club for those who wish to indulge in watersports.
From Totnes proceed up the A 381 Kingsbridge Hill and take the left hand turn to Ashprington and Tuckenhay. Proceed along this road for approxiimately 1.5 miles until reaching a small crossroads signposted for Tuckenhay and Bow Creek to the right. Follow this lane down the hill, and over Bow Bridge by the Watermans Arms on the right. Continue along into the village passing the Malsters Arms on the left and bear to the right. Bridge Terrace is then a short distance along on the left hand side, with access to the cottage along a small pedestrian path.
Mains water, drainage and electricity