Beautiful Spacious Village Home

Guide Price £ 475,000

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Key Features

  • Beautiful Grade II Listed Cottage
  • Centre of Village
  • 4 Double Bedrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • 4 Further Attic Rooms
  • Vaulted Studio Room
  • Separate Walled Garden
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Receptions: 3
  • House Type: Terraced
  • EPC Certificate

Harberton, Devon

Located centrally in the popular village of Harberton being close to both the Church and the Church House Inn, this Grade II listed property provides spacious accommodation over 3 floors and is full of charm and character with many original features.

There are two main doors into the property, either you can enter at the side via a timber framed glass porch directly into the sitting room, or possibly more conveniently off the main street into a small hallway which leads to a snug room. This has a practical tiled floor and window to the front and is a useful ante room. From here there is a step down to the stunning large sitting room which is dual aspect, has a wooden floor and lovely large inglenook fireplace with wood burner. Another step up leads to the downstairs WC with useful storage for coats and boots, off which is the study which has a small stained glass window through to the sitting room in the inglenook and skylight. The elegant dining room also has a fireplace with wood burner, tiled floor and window to the front and off this is a door to the kitchen.

The kitchen has a number of wall and base units with granite worktops and plenty of space for a large American style fridge freezer. There is an integrated Neff electric hob and Neff double ovens. A door leads into the large utility room/work space which houses the Worcester boiler, and has plenty of space for washing machine and dryer and there is a Belfast sink. Wooden steps provide access to the vaulted studio space above.

On the first floor there are four good sized light double bedrooms all with sash windows, and also a large family bathroom with separate walk-in shower.

The stairs to the second floor are accessed through Bedroom 1 and there are three large rooms together with a bathroom and utility room. This accommodation is extremely versatile and would make great home office space/ teenage annexe/ music or cinema room etc. Previously used as a separate annexe it could easily be incorporated into the main house.

To the side of the property is a walled south facing patio with views towards the church and countryside beyond. To the rear of the property is a shared courtyard with a pathway providing access to the separate enclosed rear garden which has several palm trees and other mature shrubs and plenty of potential.

Vine House is located centrally in the well reputed village of Harberton known for its great community, and which has the church, the popular Church House Inn, a thriving village hall and the popular Cricket Club.

The vibrant town of Totnes is approx. 2 miles away and is a medieval market town surrounded by the beautiful rolling countryside of the South Hams. Located at the head of the River Dart this unique town has a worldwide reputation for its lively, diverse community and relaxed atmosphere. There are a plethora of restaurants, bars and pubs as well as privately owned shops.

Totnes main Line Train Station has direct connection to London Paddington (approx. 2hr 45mins) Exeter St Davids (approx. 35 mins) and Plymouth (approx. 30mins). Exeter Airport is 30 miles away (approx. 40mins) giving direct flights to London, UK and Europe. The A38 Devon Expressway is easily accessible, linking Plymouth and Exeter where it connects with the M5.

From Totnes follow the A382 towards Kingsbridge and Dartmouth. The village of Harberton is clearly signposted to your right, follow the lane until you reach the houses and then turn right for the Village Hall. Shortly before you reach the hall there is a turning on your right and the property is just along her on the right hand side.

Tenure Freehold

Services Mains Electricity, Water and Drainage. Oil fired central heating

Council Tax Band E