Situated on the east side of the River Dart with the town centre only a 10 to 15 minute walk away, the bungalow enjoys lovely views over the town and countryside to Dartmoor in the distance. As an alternative to walking into town there is a local bus service which can be boarded immediately outside of the bungalow on weekdays.
The bungalow has its own driveway affording off-road parking alongside a small lawn to the front while to the rear there is a more secluded larger garden which is a lawn and patio area with garden seating.
Inside is bright, airy and of a modern style. An entrance hallway leads into the kitchen and lounge area. The bathroom comprises of bath with shower, basin and W.C. There are 2 bedrooms; a single and a double and a 4th person can be accommodated via a folding bed (zed-bed),which can be used in the single bedroom or in the living room. The double bedroom has French windows leading onto the patio.
Heating is by gas central heating.
Totnes has a wealth of history behind it with its Castle and Clock Tower (the East Gate) being prominent features of the town.
It also has a character and feel all of its own, much of which is due to the influence of the students of Dartington College of Arts of the more recent past. Indeed, nearby Dartington Hall and gardens are well worth a visit.
The town is well known for its unique, independent shops and also has plenty of cafes, restaurants and pubs to choose from.
As well as being a charming, historically rich town, Totnes is also a route centre having good connectivity to the rest of South Devon and the larger centres of Torbay, Plymouth and Exeter. The A38 dual-carriageway from both Exeter and the M5 motorway and continuing to Plymouth and on into Cornwall is only 6 miles away, and the main railway to the southwest also serves the town.