Contact our Totnes office

01803 865454

Book a free valuation of your property

Request valuation

Holly Villas, Ashprington, Devon, TQ9
Offers in excess of £500,000 | 6 bedrooms

Property features

• An abundance of charm and character
• Kitchen/breakfast room
• 2 reception rooms with woodburning stoves
• Garden room
• 6 beds (master en-suite)
• Outbuildings including home office
• Detached garage

A pretty attached Victorian house with garden and parking in a highly sought after village. An abundance of charm and character, open plan kitchen/breakfast room, two large reception rooms with woodburning stoves, garden room and access to the terrace and garden below, 6 bedrooms (master en-suite), family bathroom, outbuildings, detached single garage and home office in the garden, in need of some refurbishment. EPC Band E
 
SITUATION
Ashprington is a beautifully kept typical Devon "picture postcard" village situated above the River Dart set in the South Hams countryside. There are two fine mansions, 16th century church, delightful village inn/restaurant and a modern well used Village Hall.
 
Within 3 miles lies the historic Elizabethan town of Totnes with its shopping and schooling facilities, together with a Norman castle and River Dart for water sports.
 

DESCRIPTION
10 Holly Villas is a character attached period cottage with exposed stone and rendered walls under a tall pitched roof and has accommodation over three levels.
 
The property is located in the sought after village of Ashprington with parking for at least 2 vehicles and a 3rd within the single garage and private garden to the rear.
 

ACCOMMODATION
Entrance porch, door to kitchen/breakfast room with exposed floor timbers, bespoke range of eye and base level units, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. Belfast sink and electric cooker point.
 
At the far end of the breakfast area there is space for a dining table. Two further reception rooms, one with exposed floorboards and the other has a solid floor. One is used as the principle sitting room with windows and door to the garden room, south and west facing with Velux windows, slate floor and door to outside. The sitting room has a woodburning stove as does the dining room with further door to a rear porch with access to the rear terrace and garden.
 
A door from the dining room leads to a concealed staircase which leads to the first floor landing. Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and shelving. Bedroom 4 with views over the surrounding countryside. Bedroom 2 with original Victorian fireplace with built in wardrobes to either side and window overlooking the garden to the rear and to the Church beyond. Bedroom 3 with westerly views over the garden. Family bathroom with separate bath and shower enclosure.
 
Door to master bedroom with windows to the front and side of the property to the garden. En-suite shower room with walk in shower and sizeable walk in wardrobe.
 
Stairs rise to the second floor to bedroom 5/office with a range of built in desks and bookshelves. Bedroom 6 with storage facilities.
 

OUTSIDE
The gardens lie predominently to the west of the property and are mainly laid to lawn with herbaceous borders with mature shrubs and trees on the westerly border.
 
The garden extends to beyond the rear of the adjoining cottage and has a very productive vegetable garden with two raised beds, a fruit tree and access out to the allotment area and down to the village.
 
At the top end of the garden is a paved terrace which provides a fantastic seating area from which to enjoy the superb views and the allotments beyond towards the Church.
 

OUTBUILDINGS
To the rear of the private entrance drive there is a timber framed and clad single garage with a pitched roof and access via a ladder for further storage. To the rear there is the bunded oil tank.
 
The garage is currently used for wood and bike storage. To the rear of the garage and underneath the oil tank, is a further storage area and a timber framed office with power. At the far end of the garden there is a useful timber shed under a slate roof.
 

SERVICES
Oil fired central heating, mains water, mains drainage and mains electricity and 6 Solar PV roof panels.
 

LOCAL AUTHORITY
South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 5NE. Tel: 01803 861234. E-mail: customer.services@southhams.gov.uk.
 

VIEWING
Strictly by prior appointment with Stags Totnes property office on 01803 865454
 

DIRECTIONS
From Totnes, proceed into Ashprington and, at the Cenotaph in the centre of the village, turn right and immediately right next to the Durrant Arms. Continue to the end of the road, turning left signed Hill Park where 10 Holly Villas will be found a short distance on the left hand side.
 

Set up email alerts about new properties

Register with Stags

How else can Stags help you?

View our property services

To book a viewing or make an enquiry, please complete this form.