Impressive Victorian Detached Home with Gardens in Totnes

Guide Price £ 1,250,000

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Key Features

  • Large Victorian Home
  • Beautifully refurbished and Modernised
  • 4-5 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • Potential Annex
  • Large Gardens
  • Garages and Ample Parking
  • Walking distance to Totnes
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Receptions: 3
  • House Type: Detached
  • EPC Certificate

Jubilee Road, Totnes, Devon

Elmfield is a grand Victorian Detached home situated in what is regarded as the best road in Totnes. The house has undergone extensive modernisation and updating by the current owners and now offers exceptional family living on a large scale. Many period features remain and the spacious reception rooms are bright and benefit from high ceilings and large sash windows. With flexible accommodation it is possible to create an annex within the house.

The property is entered via a meandering path through the stunning south facing front garden. Walking through bespoke locally made wrought iron gates onto the sun terrace you enter the house through the part glazed door into an impressive grand entrance hall with original Victorian tiles.

The double aspect south facing living room has a beautiful marble fireplace with wood burner whilst at the other end of the room is a window seat in the bay window overlooking the front garden, the perfect place to relax with a book. The TV room/Playroom is also double aspect with a period fireplace and French doors onto the sun terrace. The large dining room is conveniently located opposite the kitchen and comes with a fireplace with a woodburner and views over the side garden.

The large double aspect Kitchen/Breakfast Room is flooded with light with stripped wood floors and overlooks the rear West Facing terrace. With high ceilings and a period fireplace it is the perfect place for a cook. Fully fitted, it has an Aga as well as two Belling eye level ovens, a 4 ring convection hob and a 2 ring gas hob. With fitted fridge and freezer there is also a fitted microwave and coffee making machine. The Belfast sink is set within wood work tops whilst the central island and breakfast bar and other worksurfaces are topped with Granite. The very large fully fitted utility room with sink, fitted dishwasher and space for washing machine and dryer. It has access to the dining room and to the former servants stairs to first floor.

To the rear of the house is a hallway where you will find the Guest WC and shower room which has been designed for when you use the hot tub. The rear entrance hall comes with ample space for boots has a fitted seating area with storage under and a glazed door leads out to the rear terrace and garden.

From the hallway stairs up lead to the half landing where the family bathroom is located, this has been newly fitted and is fully tiled with a large walk in shower. There is a door to a room currently used as a small games room off which are stairs up to bedroom 5/the annex bedroom and a staircase down to the utility room/what could be the annex kitchen.   

Proceeding up to the large bright landing there are four very generous double bedrooms, with stripped wood flooring throughout. The south facing master bedroom suite has a double aspect and striking feature wall. This is a warm cosy room in spite of its large size and has a sumptuous ensuite bathroom with a modern slipper style bath and two basins. There is a further bedroom suite with a newly fitted and fully tiled shower room, and then there are a further two double bedrooms, both with lovely Victorian fireplaces.


The house has 2 entrances, from Bridgetown Hill there is a pedestrian gateway which follows a pretty path winding its way through the immaculate garden filled with many mature shrubs in cleverly designed terraces and 7 fruit trees producing hints of a mini orchard. There are then steps up to a large paved sun terrace which is fully enclosed by bespoke handmade metal railings. A stunning mature wisteria covers much of the front of the house which makes this front terrace a total joy throughout the summer.   

The current owners have designed the west facing rear terrace for entertaining. With fitted bar with beer pumps, cooler and gas below as well as space for optics it is the perfect place to relax in the evening. There is a bespoke sitting area that takes advantage of the morning sun whilst at the other end is a 5 person Aspen Spa hot tub with awning to really kick back after a long day. Steps lead up to a lawned area and a bespoke wrought iron gate leads to the rear driveway with vehicular access onto Jubilee Road via electric wooden gates.

The driveway has parking for approx. 4 cars and there are also 2 single garages and a workshop with high ceilings plus a shed.   

Elmfield is situated on the tree lined Jubilee Road just on the edge of town and viewed by many as the best location in Totnes, being still within walking distance of the centre. Totnes is a medieval market town which is 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 is less than a 1 mile walk away with its 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 giving access to the motorway network is about a 10 minute drive.

Services – Mains Gas, Electricity, Water and Drainage. Solar panels tariff tbc


Directions – From the bottom of Fore Street by the Seven Stars hotel cross over and take the road across the bridge and up through Bridgetown. On reaching the T junction turn right onto A385 and then take the third turning on the left onto Bourton road, follow this uphill and then turn first right onto Jubilee Road. Carry along this road for about 100 metres and you will find Elmfield on your right.