A wonderful detached character cottage with front and rear gardens and garage in this sought after village at the top of the Avon estuary. EPC Rating E.
A wonderful detached village property with front and rear gardens tucked away in a lovely quiet position near the stream.
Half glazed door opening into the kitchen/breakfast room. Exposed ceiling beams and dual aspect windows. Kitchen has a range of floor and wall units, integrated dishwasher, space for a freestanding electric cooker. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Space and plumbing for American-style fridge/freezer. Oil fired boiler.
Dual aspect windows to front and side, ceiling beams, stone fireplace fitted with a wood burning stove.
A lovely cosy room with window to front, door to conservatory. Door to rear garden. Exposed ceiling beams. Feature stone built fireplace, fitted with a multi fuel stove. Terracotta tiled flooring, staircase to first floor. Door to cloakroom.
Wash hand basin and WC, window, quarry tiled flooring.
Windows to 3 aspects, French doors to garden, glazed roof and ceramic tiled flooring.
Double bedroom, dual aspect windows, French doors. Exposed painted ceiling beam. Pitch pine flooring. Range of built-in wardrobes. Lofthatch to roof.
Double bedroom with exposed roof trusses. Dual aspect windows. Built-in wardrobes.
Double bedroom, exposed ceiling beams, window to front, built-in wardrobe. Obscured glazed internal window.
Large bathroom, dual aspect windows, double jacuzzi bath, double shower cubicle, wash hand basin, WC and bidet. Part tiled walls. Door to storage cupboard.
Window. Bath, vanity unit, WC, doors to built-in storage cupboard.
Fitted bookshelves, doors to airing cupboard with hot water cylinder. Door opening to spiral staircase rising to second floor.
Vaulted ceiling with exposed roof trusses, 2 Velux windows and window to side. Access to eaves storage.
Driveway and off road parking (except on exceptional high tides) leading to garage/shed. Oil storage tank. Three stone built garden stores, wood store. From the driveway a stone pathway leads around the front of the property to the front door. The rest of the garden is laid to lawn, with planted shrub borders. Stone paved patio. Outside cold water tap to both front and rear gardens. Steps and pathway lead up through the front garden. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with young trees, stone walls. Gate giving access to Fore Street. A footpath leads alongside the garden from Fore Street to the lane at the bottom.
Detached stone built garage, window to side and door to rear garden.
Mains electric, water, drainage. Oil fired boiler central heating.
Aveton Gifford lies on the western bank of the River Avon, deep in the South Hams in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village is probably best known for its 15th Century bridge which was built to replace the ancient ford. Aveton Gifford is off the beaten track as the by-pass carries all major traffic and the old part of the village is a conservation area. There is a public house with a restaurant, church, nursery/primary school, village shop and it is on the bus route. The village also has a tennis club, cricket club, children’s playground and a large green within walking distance. The Georgian town of Modbury with an interesting variety of shops is to the north and Kingsbridge which has a more comprehensive shopping centre is to the south. To the east lies the Avon River and Estuary which is renowned for its abundance of wild fowl. The River Avon is navigable downstream to Bantham and out to sea, tide permitting. The nearest sandy beaches are Bigbury on Sea, Bantham and Burgh Island, surrounded by outstanding scenery and cliff tops of the South Hams coastline, much of which is now owned by the National Trust. Also nearby are the sailing centres based at Salcombe and Newton Ferrers, as well as 18 hole golf courses at Bigbury and Thurlestone. Dartmoor National Park is several miles to the north and provides a backdrop to the area which must surely rank as one of the most beautiful in the country.
From the Modbury office take the A379 towards Kingsbridge for about 4 miles. At the roundabout at Aveton Gifford turn left into Fore Street and the property is on the left just after the Fishermans Rest Pub.
Kingsbridge 4 miles, Plymouth 17 miles, Modbury 4.5 miles (distances approximate)
4 Broad Street Modbury Devon PL21 0PS
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.30pm
Saturday 9.00am to 4.00pm
Sunday viewings by appointment
01548 831 163