Elliott Plain, Buckfastleigh

Elliott Plain, Buckfastleigh

Ref. 002072

An attractive two double bedroom property which would benefit from some modernisation works, a courtyard garden backing onto Dean Burn, very well-positioned in Buckfastleigh and only a stone’s throw from The Orchard Millennium Green, town centre and great public footpaths. The property is set over three floors and offers lovely views to a tree lined hill and allotments to the rear aspect. The property is Grade II listed with gas central heating and is partially double glazed.

  • Grade II listed attractive terraced property with great ceiling height
  • Two great size double bedrooms
  • Would benefit from some modernisation/renovation
  • Double glazed timber sash windows to the front plus gas central heating
  • Upstairs bathroom
  • Courtyard garden with pleasant views
  • Backing onto Dean Burn
  • No onward chain

Location part 1

Buckfastleigh is a beautiful small market town. Set in Dartmoor National Park, best known for it's striking granite tors, steep wooded river valleys and heather covered moorland. Offering a wide selection of recreational opportunities such as walking, cycling, riding and fishing on the River Dart. Many of the region's finest beaches are within easy driving distance. There is a lot around for families including Buckfast Abbey, South Devon Railway Trust, Butterfly and Otter Sanctuary, Open Air Swimming Pool, Pennywell Farm & Wildlife Centre and Dart Rock Climbing Centre to name a few!

Location part 2

As well as Buckfastleigh primary school, Landscove primary school is a short drive. Buckfastleigh is also set within the catchment area for the popular South Dartmoor Community College. There are shops and delis close by, along with the popular moorland town of Ashburton. The market town of Totnes has a mainline railway station with direct links to London Paddington, and the A38/Devon Expressway links Exeter and Plymouth with the M5 motorway network.

Accommodation part 1

From the road, a gate leads into a small front courtyard, a perfect spot for pot plants! 15-16 Elliott Plain were potentially once one property and share a communal entrance porch with main entrances to each property within. The front door for this property is on the right and opens into a characterful living room with a wow factor large chimney breast with wood burner nestled in. There are areas of exposed stone which add to the charm of the room which is accompanied by impressive ceiling height. There are some handy pine display shelves to the side of the chimney breast.

Accommodation part 2

A characterful metal and timber spiral staircase leads to the first floor. An archway leads through to the kitchen which has a fitted breakfast bar with cupboards above and there are white wall and base units with a freestanding oven and a freestanding undercounter fridge in a recessed area. A stainless-steel single sink with drainer resides below a window to the rear aspect, there is also a door to the rear courtyard. The walls are partially tiled and there is a wall mounted Glow Worm boiler. The first-floor landing is a great size and could be utilised as a study/hobby area. The master bedroom is positioned to the front with a sash window allowing in lots of natural light. There are recessed wardrobes with sliding doors with plenty of hanging space and four cupboards over, great for storage. .

Accommodation part 3

The main bathroom is also on the first floor and has an obscure double-glazed window to the rear, offering natural light and ventilation. There is a bath with shower attachment over, wash basin and WC along with an airing cupboard with some shelving. From the landing a further staircase leads to bedroom two, a large loft room with access to eaves storage and a low-level built in wardrobe, drawers and desk. Some exposed painted timbers to the ceiling. There is a window to the rear aspect offering superb country views to the nearby, hillside, allotments and many established trees


To the front of the property there is an area for keeping the bins and a superb spot for displaying pot plants to create a pleasant approach to the house, all enclosed by attractive metal railings and a gate. To the rear of the house, accessed via a door from the kitchen is a rear courtyard which enjoys a pleasant outlook to the nearby hillside and the delightful sound of running water from Dean Burn. There is a timber storage area.