3 Bedroom open plan living with a lovely garden, a short stroll from Totnes town centre

Delightful, open plan, sun-filled and airy semi-detached property with a lovely garden in the heart of South Devon. Situated within the popular market town of Totnes, a stone's throw from the region's beaches and attractions as well as Dartmoor National park. Benefiting from spacious open-plan living, three well proportioned bedrooms and an additional double sofa-bed in the lounge.

The Lounge    Double doors lead to patio and garden

Open plan lounge with sofa and double sofa-bed, leading to the garden via glassed doors. WIFI, stereo, games and children’s toys available. Click here to find out...

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Double Bedroom    Spacious room overlooking back garden

The double bedroom overlooks back garden and is bright, comfortable and airy with plenty of storage space available. Click here to find out about...

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About Totnes

About TotnesMore

Totnes is a market town with a fascinating history and culture in the heart of beautiful South Devon. There is lots to see and do in the town, which has gained a reputation for being friendly, alternative and a great stop for foodies. Nestled into the countryside with the River Dart running through it's centre, it's perfectly situated for days out to Devon's beautiful beaches and is a stone's throw from Dartmoor National Park.
About the House

About the HouseMore

Delightful, open plan, sun-filled and airy semi-detached property with a lovely garden in the heart of South Devon. Situated within the popular market town of Totnes, a stone's throw from the region's beaches and attractions as well as Dartmoor National park. Benefiting from spacious open-plan living, three well proportioned bedrooms and an additional double sofa-bed in the lounge.
Things to do

Things to doMore

There is so much to do in the local area you will be spoilt for choice; check out our 'Things to Do' pages for some ideas. Whether you're looking for quiet beaches, surfing hotspots, theme parks for the family, quaint fishing villages or the rugged peaks of Dartmoor, there is heaps to do.