A spacious Grade II Listed centrally located apartment with a separate ground floor Annex. Parking, Southerly views over town and river. No EPC required.
1 Mount Galpine is a spacious two bedroom apartment, contained within a substantial Grade II Listed building dating from the 18th Century, formerly the home of Arthur Howe Holdsworth between 1802 - 1840, who was a well-known merchant, Governor of Dartmouth Castle and town mayor.
All the rooms have high ceilings and large windows adding to the feeling of space. The impressive drawing room has a bay with three large windows, offering southerly views over the town and River Dart to Dartmouth Castle. There is a well-proportioned dining hall, modern kitchen, two double bedrooms and off-road parking for one vehicle.
The one bedroom apartment is located on the ground floor and has its own access. It has an open plan living room/kitchen, a double bedroom and shower room.
Strictly by appointment with the Sole Agents, Marchand Petit. Telephone: 01803 839190
Steps rise from courtyard to part glazed front door.
Fitted with a range of eye and base level units with stainless steel sink unit, gas hob with extractor unit above, electric oven and grill. Solid wood breakfast bar, recess wit fitted shelving. Space for fridge/freezer.
With high ceiling and two glass panelled doors leading to the living room. Hatch to loft.
A light and spacious, well-proportioned room with high ceiling and ornate cornice. A magnificent bay window with three large windows offers southerly views over the town and river to Dartmouth Castle. Fireplace with wooden surround.
With built-in shelving and hanging rails.
A double bedroom with built-in shelving. Sash window.
A further double bedroom with sash window to side aspect. Recess with built-in shelving.
Suite comprising panelled bath, WC, pedestal washbasin, heated towel rail. Walk-in shower cubicle.
Self-contained Ground Floor Annexe
The apartment has its own entrance from the courtyard. Outside store.
Open Plan Living Room/kitchen
Stable door from courtyard. Sash window to front aspect. Built-in cupboard with shelving and consumer unit. Two former fireplace recesses, one with shelving. KITCHEN area with eye and base level units, stainless steel sink unit, electric cooker and fridge.
A double bedroom with window to side aspect.
Shower cubicle with glazed door, pedestal washbasin, WC.
A designated parking space opposite the property.
Dartmouth is one of the country's most attractive waterside towns. It is particularly well known as a sailing centre with its excellent facilities for yachtsmen and its famous annual Royal Regatta. The town provides a good range of shops, restaurants and galleries and is surrounded by stunning countryside and a short drive from some of the most beautiful beaches in the area. There are several excellent golf courses within easy reach and railway links to London, Paddington, can be made locally at Totnes, about 13 miles to the north. Access to the A38 Devon Expressway at Buckfastleigh is about 19 miles away.
On foot from The Quay turn left on to Duke Street and take the first right on to Foss Street. At the end of the street, turn right on to Broadstone and first left up Clarence Hill. The property will be found after a short distance on the right.
Totnes 13 miles, Kingsbridge 15 miles, A38 Devon Expressway 19 miles. All mileages are approximate.
1 - 3 Hauley Road Dartmouth Devon TQ6 9AA
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.30pm
Saturday 9.00am to 4.00pm
Sunday viewings by appointment
01803 839 190