An end of terrace family home situated in much sought after Huxhams Cross in Dartington. The property benefits from three bedrooms, communal parking and good size rear gardens backing onto Staverton Woods with greenhouse, summerhouse, timber shed with stove, additional shed and a number of fruit trees. EPC rating: D
From Totnes proceed to Dartington and at the roundabout at The Cider Press take Right for Staverton, Buckfastleigh and the A38. At the next roundabout head straight across and continue along the road passing the church on your right and continue up the hill. Just at the brow of the hill take right into Huxhams Cross.
Huxhams Cross is a popular cul-de-sac situated on the edge of the sought after village of Dartington. This popular village of lies approximately 2 miles from the town of Totnes and has a number of facilities including shop with post office, petrol station setting with shop, takeaway and organic foods, church, public house, a number of shops at the Cider Press, a social club and village hall. The village has a primary school and the steiner school is a short distance from Huxhams Cross. Secondary schools can be found in the town of Totnes and Ashburton. Totnes is an ancient market town and river port in the South Hams area of South Devon. The busy, narrow streets, dominated by castle and church tower are full of architectural and historic interest, while the green horizon is always visible just beyond the houses. Totnes is a most sought after location, with superb walks along the River Dart and beyond to attractive South Hams Countryside. The town centre offers an excellent range of shops, amenities and leisure facilities as well as many popular restaurants. There are a range of primary and secondary schools locally and excellent communications links via road or rail. The A38 connects Plymouth and Exeter and Newton Abbot and Torbay are also a short drive away. The local railway station is on the Penzance to London Paddington mainline.
12 Huxhams Cross is an end of terrace home situated in this much sought after edge of Dartington village location. 12 Huxhams Cross forms part of a number of properties that were built in the 1930's around a central grassed quadrangle which helps provide a community atmosphere. This character home benefits from plenty of natural light, gas fired central heating, PV panels, a recently replaced slate roof and double glazing. There are three bedrooms, a good size rear garden with summer house, shed with stove, ornamental pond, access from the garden into Staverton North woods, and extensive community parking.
- The property consists of
- A double glazed front door opens into:
- ENTRANCE HALLWAY
Exposed wooden flooring. Radiator. Stairs rise to the first floor.
Double glazed windows to the front and the side of the property with wooden cills. Gas fire. Baxi back boiler. Radiator. Under stairs storage cupboard. Radiator.
- KITCHEN / DINER
Wall and base level kitchen units with wooden work surfaces and inset one and a half bowl, single draining, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Gas cooker point. Space and plumbing for washing machine and space and plumbing for dishwasher. Two radiators. Wooden flooring. Double glazed windows to the front and side of the property and a and door to the rear gardens. Centre spotlights.
- Stairs from the entrance hallway rise to the FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Access to the loft space. Airing cupboard with central heating controls.
- BEDROOM ONE
Double glazed window with views over the rear gardens and to Staverton North Woods. Picture rail. Wooden flooring. Radiator.
- BEDROOM TWO
Double glazed window over looking the rear gardens and Staverton North woods. Wooden flooring. Picture rail. Radiator.
- BEDROOM THREE
Double glazed window to the front of the property. Picture rail. Wooden flooring. Radiator.
Part tiled with wood panelled bath with power shower over, low level WC and wash hand basin. Wooden flooring.
- OUTSIDE SPACE
The gardens at the front of the property are enclosed by box hedging and are mainly laid to lawn with pathway leading to the front door and the side of the property. To the side of the property is a timber shed and access to the rear gardens.
The gardens to the rear of the property are extensive, mainly laid to lawn with ornamental pond, summer house, aluminium greenhouse, timber shed with stove and access into Staverton North Woods. There are a variety of fruit trees including plum, pear and apple and a fruit and vegetable garden with raspberry, loganberry and blackcurrant canes.
The timber shed and summer house both have log burning stoves.
- COMMUNAL PARKING
There is communal parking for all residents around the quadrangle to the front of the property.
The property is connected to all main services with gas fired central heating.
- COUNCIL TAX
- AGENTS NOTE
There is a small flying freehold with bedroom two over the passageway.
- ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
South Hams District Council
Tel: 01803 861234