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Glendale, Manor Street, Dittisham, TQ6

1 bedroom cottage in Manor Street

£250,000 Freehold

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  • Lounge.  |  Kitchen/Dining Room.  |  Large Bedroom.  |  Bathroom.  |  Garden.

A DELIGHTFUL GRADE II LISTED COTTAGE JUST YARDS FROM THE RIVER DART IN THE DESIRABLE RIVERSIDE VILLAGE OF DITTISHAM.

A quintessential 17th century Grade II listed historic cottage just a stone's throw from the River Dart in the much sought after riverside village of Dittisham. The property has plenty of original character features and has a very comfortable and homely ambience with electric panel heaters and a stone inglenook fireplace with wood burner. The property also has the benefit of a garden which is just a short way down the flagstone path. Excellent sailing facilities are available and you can take the hourly ferry to Dartmouth from the end of the pontoon. There is also a ferry across the river to Greenway where Agatha Christies National Trust property is situated. The well known Ferry Boat Inn is also just yards away as well as the Anchorstone Café on the banks of the River Dart. An internal viewing of this property is strongly recommended by the agent.

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:
(All Measurements Approx.)

Entrance door to:


LOUNGE:
4.27m x 3.43m (14'0" x 11'3")
narrowing to 8'3" Exposed painted ceiling timbers, delightful exposed stone inglenook fireplace with timber lintel and stone hearth with wood burning stove. Sash window to front aspect, multi-paned window overlooking Manor Street. Electric panel heater, some wood panelling. Door to:

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM:
4.14m x 3.30m (13'7" x 10'10")
shaped max measurements Exposed ceiling beam, quarry tiled floor, excellent range of matching country style wall and base storage cupboards. Enamel ''Butler' style ''Armitage Shanks' sink with period style mixer tap. Work surface areas with splashback tiling. Built in ''Hotpoint' electric cooker with ''Belling' induction hob over, space for fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Two ceiling light points, electric panel heater, useful under stairs storage cupboard.From the sitting room a door leads to a turning staircase to:

THE FIRST FLOOR LANDING:
With ceiling light point.

LARGE BEDROOM:
4.37m x 4.01m (14'4" x 13'2")
Multi paned windows to front aspect with window seat. Timbered ceiling with access to roof space, ceiling light point, bedroom fireplace with cast insert and wooden surround and mantle. Floorboards, electric panel heater, built-in wardrobe with hanging rail and storage shelf.

BATHROOM:
2.92m x 1.75m (9'7" x 5'9")
Three-piece suite in white comprising a panelled bath with shower attachment. Low flush W.C., pedestal wash hand basin, multi paned window to front aspect with deep sill. Ceiling light point. AIRING CUPBOARD housing factory lagged hot water cylinder with immersion heater. Wood panelled walls, heated towel rail.

OUTSIDE
The property is approached via a path from Manor Street with canopy over the front door. Outside light. The path continues along the terrace of cottages and a gate provides access via a flight steps to the SEPARATE GARDEN which is laid to lawn. Useful stone-built garden stores, block-built store/workshop. PARKING: You may park outside the cottage for unloading, but there are two car parks in the village, one on The Level, with residents permits available.

COUNCIL TAX BAND: D


EPC RATING: E


POSTCODE: TQ6 0EY


Directions
From Dartmouth proceed out of town passing Sainsburys on your right. On reaching the Sportsman’s Arms Public House, turn right, continue along the lane for approximately 2 miles. Proceed into the village of Dittisham and turn right onto The Level and continue into Manor Street. The property will be found on the left-hand side only a few yards from the Ferryboat Inn.

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Dartmouth is a magical place with its own unique sense of style. Set in a picturesque location on the River Dart, the historic town of Dartmouth is hugged in a protective embrace by the surrounding Devon hills. This small naval port has played an important role in the UK’s nautical history and its colourful past is of great interest to those intrigued by the happenings of yesteryear. With many stories to tell and adventures to reveal, Dartmouth is an ideal place to start your journey back in time.

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A DELIGHTFUL GRADE II LISTED COTTAGE JUST YARDS FROM THE RIVER DART IN THE DESIRABLE RIVERSIDE VILLAGE OF DITTISHAM.

A quintessential 17th century Grade II listed historic cottage just a stone's throw from the River Dart in the much sought after riverside village of Dittisham. The property has plenty of original character features and has a very comfortable and homely ambience with electric panel heaters and a stone inglenook fireplace with wood burner. The property also has the benefit of a garden which is just a short way down the flagstone path. Excellent sailing facilities are available and you can take the hourly ferry to Dartmouth from the end of the pontoon. There is also a ferry across the river to Greenway where Agatha Christies National Trust property is situated. The well known Ferry Boat Inn is also just yards away as well as the Anchorstone Café on the banks of the River Dart. An internal viewing of this property is strongly recommended by the agent.

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:
(All Measurements Approx.)

Entrance door to:


LOUNGE:
4.27m x 3.43m (14'0" x 11'3")
narrowing to 8'3" Exposed painted ceiling timbers, delightful exposed stone inglenook fireplace with timber lintel and stone hearth with wood burning stove. Sash window to front aspect, multi-paned window overlooking Manor Street. Electric panel heater, some wood panelling. Door to:

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM:
4.14m x 3.30m (13'7" x 10'10")
shaped max measurements Exposed ceiling beam, quarry tiled floor, excellent range of matching country style wall and base storage cupboards. Enamel ''Butler' style ''Armitage Shanks' sink with period style mixer tap. Work surface areas with splashback tiling. Built in ''Hotpoint' electric cooker with ''Belling' induction hob over, space for fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Two ceiling light points, electric panel heater, useful under stairs storage cupboard.From the sitting room a door leads to a turning staircase to:

THE FIRST FLOOR LANDING:
With ceiling light point.

LARGE BEDROOM:
4.37m x 4.01m (14'4" x 13'2")
Multi paned windows to front aspect with window seat. Timbered ceiling with access to roof space, ceiling light point, bedroom fireplace with cast insert and wooden surround and mantle. Floorboards, electric panel heater, built-in wardrobe with hanging rail and storage shelf.

BATHROOM:
2.92m x 1.75m (9'7" x 5'9")
Three-piece suite in white comprising a panelled bath with shower attachment. Low flush W.C., pedestal wash hand basin, multi paned window to front aspect with deep sill. Ceiling light point. AIRING CUPBOARD housing factory lagged hot water cylinder with immersion heater. Wood panelled walls, heated towel rail.

OUTSIDE
The property is approached via a path from Manor Street with canopy over the front door. Outside light. The path continues along the terrace of cottages and a gate provides access via a flight steps to the SEPARATE GARDEN which is laid to lawn. Useful stone-built garden stores, block-built store/workshop. PARKING: You may park outside the cottage for unloading, but there are two car parks in the village, one on The Level, with residents permits available.

COUNCIL TAX BAND: D


EPC RATING: E


POSTCODE: TQ6 0EY


Directions
From Dartmouth proceed out of town passing Sainsburys on your right. On reaching the Sportsman’s Arms Public House, turn right, continue along the lane for approximately 2 miles. Proceed into the village of Dittisham and turn right onto The Level and continue into Manor Street. The property will be found on the left-hand side only a few yards from the Ferryboat Inn.

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Dartmouth is a magical place with its own unique sense of style. Set in a picturesque location on the River Dart, the historic town of Dartmouth is hugged in a protective embrace by the surrounding Devon hills. This small naval port has played an important role in the UK’s nautical history and its colourful past is of great interest to those intrigued by the happenings of yesteryear. With many stories to tell and adventures to reveal, Dartmouth is an ideal place to start your journey back in time.

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