Cob Cottage the natural choice in Broadhempston
3rd December 2015
3rd December 2015
Cob Cottage is a beautiful Grade II listed old village cottage that sits comfortably within the picturesque and very much sought after South Devon village of Broadhempston.
The stone built semi-detached cottage boasts a quiet setting with wonderful countryside views, as this is prime South Devon farming area.
The front entrance leads to a large open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room with exposed beams and log burner set on a stone hearth.
The kitchen offers a large range of country style base units with integrated appliances and a stable style door giving access to the rear porch.
The accommodation is conveniently laid out and to the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a single bedroom along with the family bathroom.
Outside the rear garden has a large flag stone area perfect for alfresco dining and the remainder of the garden is laid to lawn with a few apple trees. The property benefits from allocated parking.
Broadhempston is a pretty village centred on a local village shop, two popular public houses, the 15th century Church of St Peter and St Paul and the respected ofsted awarded ‘outstanding’ Primary School. Broadhempston is convenient for both Totnes and Newton Abbot and is readily accessible to Torbay. There is excellent access to the A38 Devon Expressway, linking Plymouth and Exeter where it joins the M5.
Cob Cottage is on the market with a guide price of £300,000. If you require a full colour brochure, together with floor plans, or would like to arrange a viewing, please contact the sole agent, Marchand Petit Totnes on 01803 847979.
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