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ROC House, Broadhempston, Totnes Devon TQ9 6BD

SSTC - This beautiful Grade II listed 4 bed property has recently undergone a complete restoration & renovation and is situated in the pretty village of Broadhempston which benefits from a local village shop, two popular public houses, 15th century church and a well regarded primary school.

£335000

The house offers all the charm of a listed building as well as the conveniences of 21st Century living, oil fired central heating, easy parking, a hot water boiling tap & induction hob. All of this located in a lovely Devon Village noted for its great community facilities & a fantastic primary school.

Bedrooms: 4

Further details:

  • Recently renovated to an exceptionally high secification
  • Stunning period features
  • Inglenook fireplace
  • Linhay Parking
  • Chain Free
  • Master with en-suite
  • Enclosed Rear Garden
  • Farrow & Ball Paint
  • Grade II listed Period Property

Description The house offers all the charm of a listed building as well as the conveniences of 21st Century living, oil fired central heating, easy parking, a hot water boiling tap & induction hob. All of this located in a lovely Devon Village noted for its great community facilities & a fantastic primary school.

Entrance hall 1.90M X 5.00M (6'3" X 16'5") An original oak muntin screen, is one of the many features the property has to offer, which was discovered during the renovation works and dates from medieval times, this is currently being restored by a local craftsman and will make a gorgeous entrance hall, with its original limestone flooring.

Cloakroom With modern white low level WC, incorporating the contemporary wash hand basin, tiled flooring & graphite heated towel radiator.

Kitchen/diner 7.30m x 2.16m (23'11" x 17'3") A galley designed kitchen with masses of storage and is easy to work in, luxurious granite work surfaces, integrated appliances, boiling water tap, oak effect flooring. At the lower end of the kitchen is the dining area originally the butchers shop, but now a seating area for up to 8 people and has retained the original limestone slate flooring.

Lounge 4.90m x 5.25m (16'1" x 17'3") Featuring a massive inglenook fireplace with a newly installed wood burning stove, newly carpeted in a neutral colour, decorated using Farrow & Ball traditional paints.

Master bedroom 3.02m x 3.71m (9'11" x 12'2") Exceptionally large room with contemporary en-suite shower room.

Ensuite 2.16m x 1.40m (7'1" x 4'7")

bedroom 2 4.47m x 2.73m (14'8" x 8'11")

bedroom 3 3.76m x 2.84m (12'4" x 9'4")

bedroom 4 3.58m x 2.21m ((11'9" x 7'3") 

bathroom 2.62m x 2.20m (8'7" x 7'2")

services Mains elec, water & drainage, oil fired CH

connected persons Please note the vendor of the property are "connected persons" as defined in Section 21 of the Estate Agents Act.
One of the owners is a director of Moorhaven Ltd Sales & Lettings

viewings Strictly by prior appointment with Moorhaven Ltd Sales & Lettings 

Outside The property has a small level, enclosed garden mainly laid to lawn & patio with direct access to two allocated parking spaces, one withing the Linhay where there is also room to store logs, and space for a further vehicle parked behind.

Notes All reasonable steps and due diligence have been taken in preparing these particulars. If you have any queries as to any of the statements made herein please contact us before the viewing. These particulars do not constitute part of an offer or contract. We are not qualified to test appliances and systems within the property and have not done so. Measurements are to the nearest three inches with computer generated metric conversion.

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