News at Mansbridge Balment | 16/06/2021

Click on this link to view the virtual tour of this lovely cottage with many character features and attractive garden:-    https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=GqexnVcm9Rm


A mid terrace cottage built in 2005 with character features but the benefit of modern build qualities, located in the centre of an historic village with an attractive garden, off-road parking and no onward chain. The house was built between two older homes in a space that was once the stables to the neighbouring property creating an attractive terrace in this World Heritage Site village. Internally well-presented with a new mains gas Baxi 600 combi boiler which was installed in 2020 and due for its next servicing at the end of 2021. The replica fireplace in the living room is an attractive feature. There are PVCu double glazed windows and doors including a stable door to the rear which leads to the garden. At the rear of the property is a courtyard which in turn leads up steps to the main garden. The courtyard has a good size shed with double doors ideal for storage of cycles and garden equipment. The main garden has stone chippings and an array of planted shrubs, bounded by wooden fencing making the garden private and enclosed with space for seating and entertaining. There is a rear pedestrian gate which leads out to a shared driveway and is home to the off-road parking space for the cottage. The parking area is for one car and accessed through a village car park which in turn allows ample parking for guests if required. We have attached a land plan to show the property, garden and parking area.



The property has a light sitting room with westerly facing window, storage cupboard and stairs to the first floor. The kitchen has modern style kitchen units with space for utilities and appliances. To the first floor is a landing with loft access. The loft has a pull down ladder and is partially boarded. There are two double bedrooms and a bathroom. The rear bedroom looks out to the garden and is currently used as a home office with good broadband speed. The bathroom has a light tube and bath with mains water/pressure shower over. 

This tranquil Devonshire village has been labelled a World Heritage Site and is perfectly positioned away from main roads. The village offers a rare local railway station which forms part of the Tamar Valley Line, connecting to the waterside village of Bere Ferrers and Calstock plus onto Plymouth City in around 20 minutes. There are also several shops including a post office stores with local bakery, two small supermarkets, butchers, hairdressers, café/restaurant, takeaway, pharmacy, doctors surgery, primary school, public house, bus services and a garage with petrol station. 

For furrher information or to book a viewing please contact our Yelverton Office on 01822 855055