75Rose Cottage Church Street Kingsbridge


75Rose Cottage Church Street Kingsbridge

Rose Cottage is set in the popular market town of Kingsbridge, which is of particular interest to families. Kingsbridge Community College is renowned for its ‘outstanding’ Ofsted report and from The Property the town and promenade are both within short walking distance. This beautiful Property showcases the many period features it boasts including original fireplaces, wooden flooring and sash windows creating a very welcoming home.

The sought after market town of Kingsbridge is located at the head of the estuary in the beautiful South Hams, an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, and provides a fantastic range of local and independent shops, restaurants, pubs, supermarkets, leisure amenities and schools whilst retaining a small town feel with a strong community.

The town hosts regular sporting activities as well as markets and social events. Within a quarter of a mile from the Property is a slipway providing access to the beautiful tidal waters of the Kingsbridge and Salcombe Estuary where moorings are be available for local residents. Additionally, the town provides regular public transport connections to the nearby towns of Dartmouth, Salcombe and Totnes and surrounding villages. The market town of Totnes is 13 miles away and offers the main line rail link providing a direct link to London Paddington in approximately three hours. The area has an abundance of beaches, coves and country and coastal walks.

Upon entering Rose Cottage, you are instantly welcomed by the charming period features the Property has to offer with its Tuscan columns and entablature porch on the exterior and marble flooring and original fireplaces throughout the Property. Rose Cottage really is the perfect mix of modern and characterful.

On the ground floor the open plan kitchen/dining area showcases the generous and flexible accommodation. The modern kitchen comprises plenty of work surfaces, navy blue ‘shaker style’ units, built in appliances including fridge/ freezer, dishwasher and a Kenwood range cooker. The dining room creates a cosy area with an L-shaped bench seat overlooking the front garden through the original lattice sash windows and the added features of the original chimney and log burner.

The large living room affords a bright and open space with the dual aspect sash windows overlooking the front and rear garden. The living room boasts two fireplaces which are presented with original features, one hosting an original Lidstone iron log burner.

On the first floor there are three bedrooms each providing a unique style to the room. The front two bedrooms accommodate large sash windows providing natural lighting throughout the day. The use of wooden flooring and the original fireplaces, complements the calmness of the room and highlights the stunning character features of the Property. The master bedroom and second bedroom both benefit from built-in wardrobes.

The family bathroom comprises of a white panelled in-built Leyroy Brooks bath with marble surround (with the use of a pull out shower head) in addition to a Leyroy Brooks walk in shower, WC and plenty of storage space. The white washed floor boards showcases the modern take on the character features of the Property.

The large private garden to the rear benefits from a southerly aspect which is a suntrap throughout the day and early evening where a drink can be enjoyed on the raised stone terrace. Steps off of the terrace lead down to a large area laid to lawn allowing flexibility of use, perfect for all the family. There is a stone pebble pathway through the centre of the garden leading to a rear gate which can be accessed from Waterloo Road.

To the left of the house is a large wooden shed which currently acts as storage but is fully functioning with two windows overlooking the rear garden. Subject to planning this shed could be converted to further living accommodation or as an office space. To the side of the property is a small alleyway where you are able to gain access to the front of the property onto the main road (Church Street).


Key Features

  • Period Features Throughout
  • Central Kingsbridge
  • Large private gardens
  • Grade II Listed semi-detached house
  • Open plan living space
  • Walking distance to Kingsbridge town center
  • Generous proportioned rooms

Property Details

Property Type Character Property
Postcode TQ7 1BY
Council Tax Band Band E


Room Descriptions


SERVICES Mains electricity, water, drainage and gas

TENURE Freehold

LOCAL AUTHORITY South Hams District Council

VIEWING'S Strictly by appointment only with Charles Head

From Kingsbridge town centre, head up Fore Street, passing Charles Head Estate Agents Office on you right. Take the next right down Duncombe Road. Follow the road up Waterloo road and take the right at the T Junction. Rose cottage is on the right hand side.


We are delighted to offer this well-presented 3 bedroom, grade II listed, semi-detached house in the sought after location of Kingsbridge. Generous family accommodation, set over two storey's boasting character features and large private gardens.


113 Fore Street
Kingsbridge, Devon

01548 852352

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