Countryside setting with good road and interesting rail connections

8th November 2016  |  12:00am

Countryside setting with good road and interesting rail connections

For busy commuters working in Plymouth, or Exeter, easy access to the Devon Expressway is often high on their wish list.  The popular South Hams village of Staverton is well placed for easy access to the A38 but also offers an interesting rail and travel link too.

The village consists of nearly 300 properties, the Parish Church of St Paul de Leon, a thriving pub, The Sea Trout on the banks of the River Dart, and two interesting train stops for the South Devon Railway Trust. 

2 Woodview Cottages is a charming cottage located in a central elevated position in Staverton providing fantastic views of the village and countryside beyond. The property offers flexible accommodation currently arranged with three bedrooms, first floor bathroom, downstairs shower room, two reception rooms and kitchen with the potential for further development. 

Externally the property sits within a generous plot with large front and side gardens, a double garage and ample parking. 

For enthusiasts and families alike the two train stops in the village add another dimension to semi-rural life.  Staverton Railway station next to Staverton Bridge, a fine example of a medieval bridge which was probably built around 1413, and Nappers Halt have been used as period locations in films and TV serials. 

There are lots of added attractions on the doorstep for 2 Woodview Cottages and the property is offered to the market with a guide price of £460,000.  For further information, please contact Marchand Petit’s Totnes office on 01803 847979.