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Thursday, May 3, 2012


Village Road, Marldon - £225,000

Detached Historic cottage in Village Location | Grade II Listed with wonderful character | 36ft Living Room/Dining Room with Fitted Kitchen | Large Utility/Store Room | 2 Double Bedrooms | Modern Bathroom/W.C | Gas Fired Central Heating | Deep Silled Windows | Superb Large Garden | Lean To Store plus Wood Store | Village Car Parking Opposite | Delightful Village Location adjoining Church | Internal Viewing Essential.

Holmeleigh Cottage is a detached Historic stone built cottage situated in the heart of Marldon Village adjoining the historic church, the Church House Inn restaurant and opposite the Village cricket field. The South Hams village of Marldon offers a range of facilities including Primary School, shops, sporting facilities and easy access to the town centres of Paignton, Torquay and Totnes. Features of the accommodation which is a credit to the owners include the delightful open plan living room/dining room which has flagstone flooring, wood burning stove, recessed fireplace and deep silled windows to the front. There is a quality fitted kitchen and access to a spacious utility/store room with door leading to the rear of the property. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a modern fitted bathroom/W.C. A particular feature of the property is the superb rear garden which extends to around 100ft in length and is arranged with sun patio, lawn and further uncultivated garden backing onto farmland. Internal viewing of this delightful property is highly recommended to fully appreciate the accommodation on offer.

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