From Totnes, proceed on the A381 towards Kingsbridge and Dartmouth. After about 3 miles enter the village of Harbertonford and after passing The church And The Maltsters Inn take the next turning on the left hand side into Old Road. Proceed along this road for approximately 200 yards and Rose Cottage can be found on the left hand side.
The desirable village of Harbertonford is only a short drive from Totnes and all its facilities. Harbertonford itself offers an excellent village shop and post office, a very good pub, petrol station, popular church, village hall, playing field and primary school. The village is actively involved with its close neighbouring village of Harberton which falls within the same parish and also offers a very good range of amenities. Close by the ancient borough of Totnes enjoys a prominent position above the River Dart. The town is one of Devon's gems: full of both colour and character that stems from a rich cultural, historical and archaeological heritage. It is the second oldest borough in England and is full of facilities to include its own hospital, two supermarkets, interesting shops and galleries together with the riverside walks, Guild Hall, Churches and its very own Norman Castle. The railway station links directly with London Paddington and the A38 Devon Expressway is only 15 minutes away joining it at Buckfastleigh, giving excellent access to Plymouth and northbound Exeter
Rose Cottage is a substantial character cottage arranged over three floors in this desirable village. The property has a number of character features including ceiling beams, log burning stove, stone lintels and an attractive staircase. The property has been maintained to a high standard by it present owners, who have installed sympathetically designed double glazed windows. The property benefits from a large L-shaped second floor loft room and to the side of the property there is parking for a pair of cars. Rose Cottage has gardens to the front and side and to the rear of the property are two useful stone outbuildings.
The accommodation comprises, with approximate measurements;
Approached through small pane glazed front door. Glazed windows to three sides and slate roof.. Built in seat with boot storage under. Part glazed door to:
17' 2'' x 13' 10'' (5.23m x 4.22m)
Good size, light room with double glazed windows to two sides. Three window seats. Two central heating radiators. Stone fireplace with cast iron wood burning stove and slate hearth. Ceiling beams. Wall light points. Stairs with handrail lead to first floor. Under stairs storage cupboard.
9' 3'' x 5' 11'' (2.82m x 1.8m)
Range of base level kitchen units. Work surfaces incorporating one and half bowl, single drainer sink unit with mixer tap. Tiled splash backs. Tiled flooring. Ceiling beams. Space for gas cooker. Shelving. Double glazed window to rear aspect. Glazed door to rear aspect.
Stairs from lounge, lead to FIRST FLOOR
Double glazed window. Door to stairs and handrail lead to second floor.
BEDROOM 2 -
13' 11'' x 10' 3'' (4.24m x 3.12m)
Double glazed window to front aspect with wooden cill. Wood flooring. Central heating radiator. Feature fireplace.
BEDROOM 3 -
8' 6'' x 6' 1'' (2.59m x 1.85m)
Double glazed window with deep cill. Wood flooring. Central heating radiator.
White suite comprising wood panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment. Wash hand basin. Low level W.C. Ceiling beams. Two obscure double glazed windows. Part tiling to walls. Central heating radiator. Shelving. Wood flooring. Shaver light and point.
Stairs from first floor, lead to SECOND FLOOR
BEDROOM 1 -
22' 4'' x 14' 6'' (6.81m x 4.42m) irregular shaped room with some restricted head height
Eaves storage. Central heating radiator. Wood flooring. Feature fireplace. Shelving. Two double glazed windows. Sloping ceiling with beams. Wall light points.
The property is approached from Old Road via a lane leading to a private courtyard providing OFF ROAD PARKING and access to the rear door providing access to the kitchen. There is a covered wood storage area, outside lighting and steps lead to the front of the property.
Space and plumbing for washing machine. Potterton gas central heating boiler.
11' 11'' x 9' 1'' (3.63m x 2.77m)
Approached through wooden double doors. Power and light connected. Telephone point.
A path leads from the lane around the front of the property and provides access to the Front door. The gardens are laid to lawn, along with stone raised flowerbeds and are bordered by high walling and mature hedging.
Mains Electric. Mains Gas. Mains Water. Mains Drainage.
South Hams District Council