A character detached stone house created by the conversion of a congregational chapel in mid C20th which has been extensively restored and refurbished to create a lovely four bedroom home.
From Totnes, proceed on the A381 towards Kingsbridge and Dartmouth. After about 3 miles enter the village of Harbertonford and pass over the River Harbourne bridge taking the next right into Moreleigh Road. Proceed up Moreleigh road and take the first right into Woodcourt Road. Lyndhurst will be found a short distance along on the right hand side.
Lyndhurst is situated within the heart of the desirable village of Harbertonford and is only a short drive from Totnes and all its facilities. Harbertonford itself offers an excellent village shop and post office, public house, petrol station, popular church, village hall and primary school. The village is actively involved with it's close neighbouring village of Harberton which falls within the same parish and also offers a very good church, thriving village hall and playing field. 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.
Lyndhurst is a charming character detached stone house created by the conversion of a congregational chapel in the mid 20th century. The property has recently been extensively restored and refurbished to create a lovely four bedroom family home with delightful gardens fronting the river Harbourne.
- The property comprises:
- ENTRANCE PORCH
Gabled stone porch with fitted shelf and electric light.
- DINING ROOM
Log burning stove with stone hearth. Double glazed window to the side of the property. Double glazed patio doors to the front of the property. Under stairs storage cupboard.
Double glazed windows to two sides. Two concealed radiators. Log burning stove.
- KITCHEN/LIVING ROOM
Spacious room with double glazed windows and patio doors providing light to three sides. Two concealed radiators. Panelling to dado level.
Kitchen area - Fitted with a range of wall and base level kitchen units with 4 ring electric hob and extractor over, double oven and built in dishwasher. Radiator.
Low level WC. Wash hand basin. Tiled splash areas. Gas fired boiler. Plumbing for washing machine.
- Stairs from the dining room lead to the FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Double glazed windows to two sides.
- BEDROOM ONE
Three sets of built in cupboards and wardrobes.
Panelled bath with mixer tap and hand shower attachment, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Mirror fronted medicine cabinet. Extractor. Radiator.
- BEDROOM TWO
Double glazed window to the side of the property. Built in wardrobes. Radiator.
Low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, shower cubicle
- BEDROOM THREE
Double glazed window to two sides. Built in wardrobes. Radiator.
- BEDROOM FOUR
Double glazed window. Airing cupboard.
- FAMILY BATHROOM
Tiled with suite comprising panelled bath, low level WC and wash hand basin.
- Paddle space saver stairs rise to:
- LOFT ROOM
A door from the landing provides access to a paddle staircase which leads to the large boarded insulated loft with power and light connected. It is felt that the loft would be ideal for conversion to provide additional accommodation, subject to the necessary consents.
The property is approached over a shared access from Woodcourt Road which provides access onto Lyndhurst's own private drive. There is parking to the side of the house for a number of vehicles. A path with raised beds to the side provides access to the attractive gabled porch and beyond this there is a small raised garden to the front of the house. the rear gardens are extensive and a delight. The gardens are principally laid to lawn with a number of specimen trees. A path provides access to a shaded picnic area over looking the River Harbourne. From the picnic area a shaded path leads along side the river Harbourne to a mini 'slipway' into the river.
All mains services connected with gas fired central heating.
- COUNCIL TAX
- ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes, TQ9 5NE
Tel: 01803 861234
www.southhams.gov.uk www.landregistry.co uk