1 Bedroom Mews (Now Let)
An individual example of the best of contemporary open plan architecture, designed on environmentally friendly principles to create a low energy house.
This immaculate house has extensive glazing to the first and gallery bedroom floors providing south facing light filled spaces with wonderful views of town and countryside. Large sliding windows across the full width of the house on the first floor living/dining area allow an intimate indoor outdoor connection.
Birch plywood bespoke fitted furniture throughout the house has been individually designed to provide plenty of storage, and efficient use of a small space. Fixtures, fittings and individual pieces of furniture have been carefully chosen from a selection of contemporary makers.
Entrance hall / walk in shower room and WC
Bespoke birch plywood stairs to first floor with under stair storage cupboards, and cupboard with Miele washing machine. Door to integral garage.
Italian porcelain tiles with under floor heating.
Ground Floor Shower Room / WC
Walk in shower, basin and WC. Heated towel rail. Italian porcelain tiles with under floor heating.
Living Room / Dining area / Kitchen
Open plan design with double height glazing featuring large triangular glazed area with full width sliding windows below. Lime wood slatted blinds to sliding windows, with fabric blinds to glazed area above. Bespoke plywood staircase to gallery floor providing partial separation from kitchen area and generous storage space including full height hanging.
Bespoke fitted kitchen units. Neff integrated electric oven and refrigerator and AEG inset gas hob. Vaillant gas combi boiler. Fully equipped with kitchen and cooking utensils, tableware and cutlery. Fabric blinds to kitchen windows.
Italian porcelain tiles with under floor heating throughout.
Gallery bedroom and en suite bathroom
King size bed with organic wool mattress. Bespoke fitted furniture. Lovely views from sleeping area through glazed triangular apex and roof lights.
Bath with hand held shower attachment, basin and WC with heated towel rail. Blinds to bathroom and roof light windows
Integral garage with automatic roller shutter door. Restricted height at entrance.
There is no outside space. Outdoor shoes not to be worn in the house. Not suitable for children or pets. No DSS, no smoking.
EPC Energy Efficient Rating B
Mains water, electricity and gas, Council Tax Band B South Hams District Council
The house is located just off the historic Narrows and near the castle, in the centre of the medieval market town of Totnes. It is therefore ideally placed to enjoy a good selection of restaurants, cafes and individual shops, often specializing in organic products and fine food and drink, in addition to all the usual offerings of a town.
Totnes railway station is 10 minutes walk downhill from the house, providing main line rail links, including Exeter and Plymouth (approx 30 mins) and London Paddington ( approx 3 hours).
Totnes is well situated half way between Exeter and Plymouth, each a journey on A38 of approximately 20 miles.
The historic town of Totnes is situated on the River Dart, in the South Hams, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The south Devon coastline, Dartmouth and Dartmoor are all easily accessible, including the many renowned restaurants in the area.