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This property has sold prior to auction.
A Grade II listed four bedroom detached period property situated in the rural hamlet of Tigley, located on the outskirts of Dartington. The property offers three reception areas, a conservatory and bathrooms on both floors, with formal gardens, garage and additional parking areas of circa 0.23 acres. Whilst in need of some modernisation the property offers the potential to become an enviable family home.
Dartington offers a well regarded primary school, post office/village store, an award winning Public House and the well know Cider Press Centre with its vast range of shops and eateries. Totnes town is the commercial centre for the South Hams. This part of Devon is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty with Dartmoor National Park ten miles to the north and stunning beaches and coastline ten miles to the south. The bustling medieval market town has a mainline railway station giving direct connections to London Paddington with easy connection to St Pancras for Eurostar. There is
also excellent access to the A38 Devon Expressway, linking Plymouth and Exeter where it joins the M5.
Entrance hall/snug, sitting room with doors to the conservatory and dining room off, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, bathroom and separate WC.
Landing, four bedrooms and family bathroom.
The property enjoys formal mature lawned gardens, garage and additional areas of parking.
Strictly by prior appointment only with Fulfords Totnes 01803 864112. General enquiries Countrywide Property Auctions 01395 275691.
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