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30 Friday, April 21, 2017


Property FOCUS Stunning valley views from a timbered paradise


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BARN conversions come in all shapes and sizes, but seldom are they as appealing as Middle Barton at Wakeham, between Kingsbridge and Modbury. On the Modbury side of the river, but within easy striking distance of either town, and the beautiful coast at Bantham and Bigbury, this four bedroom property is one of a very few in a courtyard of barns adjacent to the old manor house. Sitting on the side of the valley, the property enjoys stunning views across very pretty countryside and a river valley. The modest but well stocked garden, with dining terrace, small lawn and kitchen garden complements the property perfectly, and also enjoys the beautiful views.


A splendid heavy timber front door opens to a welcoming entrance hall, with an abundance of character. Stairs rise to the first floor and doors open to Bedroom Four/Additional Reception Room and a Cloakroom. On the First floor can be found the lovely Sitting Room, with wordburning stove and glazed door to the garden. Double doors open to a well fitted country Kitchen/Breakfast Room, off which is a useful Utility Room. Stairs rise to the second floor where there are three bedrooms, including a Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room, and a further Family Bathroom. The property has a garage and an additional allocated parking space, as well as visitor parking for the six properties which form Wakeham Barns. Offered for sale with no chain, and in good condition throughout, by Luscombe Maye, Modbury on 01548 830831 at an asking price of £400,000.


Public


Notices ROAD TRAFFIC


REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 14


THE COUNTY OF


DEVON (TEMPORARY RESTRICTION)


(PORTLAND LANE TO NEW CROSS


STIDSTON CROSS AT B3372 TO PORTLAND LANE


MARLEY HEAD TO NEW CROSS WEBLAND LANE, SOUTH BRENT) ORDER 2017 TEMPORARY


PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC NOTICE is hereby given that Devon County Council intends to make the above titled order. From 12/5/17 for a maximum of 18 months. Anticipated Finish 4/6/17. No person shall cause or permit any vehicle to proceed on the sections of Affected Roads except for access to land or premises on or adjacent to those length of roads. Roads affected: PORTLAND LANE TO NEW CROSS STIDSTON CROSS AT B3372 TO PORTLAND LANE


MARLEY HEAD TO NEW CROSS


WEBLAND LANE, SOUTH BRENT The alternative, signed, route for vehicles will be via - STIDSON CROSS, B3372, A385, UNNNAMED ROAD &VICE VERSA. This temporary restriction is considered necessary to enable: OVER HEAD CABLE RENEWAL. For additional information contact: A PLANT LUX. Telephone: 03700 500 792


Dated: 1/3/17


David Whitton, Chief Officer of Highways, In f rastructur e Development & Waste, Devon Highways Devon County Council Lucombe House County Hall Exeter EX2 4QD Ref: TTRO1719976


Public Notices ROAD TRAFFIC


REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 14


THE COUNTY OF


DEVON (TEMPORARY RESTRICTION)


(KINGSBRIDGE ROAD, SOUTH BRENT) ORDER 2017 TEMPORARY


PROHIBITION OF


THROUGH TRAFFIC NOTICE is hereby given that Devon County Council intends to make the above titled order. From 15 MAY 2017 for a maximum of 18 months. Anticipated Finish 8 JUNE 2017. No person shall cause or permit any vehicle to proceed on the sections of Affected Roads except for access to land or premises on or adjacent to those length of roads. Roads affected: KINGSBRIDGE ROAD, SOUTH BRENT The alternative, signed, route for vehicles will be via - UNNAMED ROAD, KINGSBRIDGE ROAD, UNNAMED ROAD. This temporary restriction is considered necessary to enable: OVER HEAD CABLE RENEWAL. For additional information contact: A PLANT LUX. Telephone: 030 700 500792


Dated: 21 FEBRUARY 2017


David Whitton, Chief Officer of Highways, Infrastructur e Development & Waste, Devon Highways Devon County Council Lucombe House County Hall Exeter EX2 4QD Ref: TTRO1719743


ROAD TRAFFIC


REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 14


THE COUNTY OF


DEVON (TEMPORARY RESTRICTION)


(ROAD FROM A38


UNDERPASS TO OLD BRIDGE CROSS, AVONWICK) ORDER 2017 TEMPORARY


PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC


NOTICE is hereby given that Devon County Council intends to make the above titled order. From 15/5/17 for a maximum of 18 months. Anticipated Finish 8/6/17. No person shall cause or permit any vehicle to proceed on the sections of Affected Roads except for access to land or premises on or adjacent to those length of roads. Roads affected: ROAD FROM A38 UNDERPASS TO OLD BRIDGE CROSS, AVONWICK The alternative, signed, route for vehicles will be via - NAMED ROAD, B3372 & VICE VERAS. This temporary restriction is considered necessary to enable: OVER HEAD CABLE RENEWAL. For additional information contact: A PLANT LUX. Telephone: 030 700 500792


Dated: 22/2/17


David Whitton, Chief Officer of Highways, In f rastructur e Development & Waste, Devon Highways Devon County Council Lucombe House County Hall Exeter EX2 4QD Ref: TTRO1719745


MATHIESON HAM (Deceased)


Pursuant to the Trustee Act 1925 any persons having a claim against or an interest in the Estate of the above named, late of 6 Chiswick Square, Chiswick, London W4 2QG , who died on 19/01/2017, are required to send written particulars thereof to the undersigned on or before 29/06/2017, after which date the Estate will be distributed having regard only to the claims and interests of which they have had notice.


Watson Marshal (incorporated by Owen White & Catlin LLP), 4 Castle Row, Horticultural Place, Chiswick, London W4 4JQ. Attn: Jane Stenning Ref: JS/LB/HAM2257/1


RODERICK THOMAS Two land parcels in the South Hams to go to informal tender


WITH Spring finally in the air, Stags have launched two blocks of land in the sought after South Hams to the market. Both are being offered for sale by informal tender and are expected to appeal to different types of buyers.


The informal tender method of sale can be confused with other methods of sale, but is actually no more daunting than a regular sale by private treaty. With a sale by informal tender, a property is marketed for a period of 6 to 8 weeks at a ‘guide price’. For those who are interested, a tender form must be completed which will ask for the amount of the offer, whether it is subject to finance and who will act as their solicitor. These tender forms must be submitted by the stated deadline, and will be opened at the same time. The vendor is not committed to accepting the highest, or indeed any, offer and has complete flexibility to choose the offer/purchaser which is most suited to him. The Land opposite Idestone Farm extends to approximately 5.14 acres in a tranquil setting just outside the


Public Notices PUBLIC NOTICE Abandoned Vessels in Higher Dittisham Creek


DHNA has been unable to contact the owners of a number of boats currently moored on the beach in Higher Dittisham Creek, despite posting notices on the vessels. DHNA has therefore classified the vessels as abandoned in accordance with Dart Harbour and Navigation Byelaws and will arrange for them to be removed from the beach and destroyed unless owners come forward before the end of April 2017.


Owners or anyone knowing the owners of the following vessels are requested to contact the Dart Harbour Office 01803 832337) to claim them:


Diatom – Fibreglass Yacht (Blue Hull, White Topsides, 6.4m)


Naiad – Fibreglass (White Hull, 6.7m) Neeliaz – Fibreglass Yacht (White Hull, Blue Topsides, 6.5m)


Sonya – Wooden Motor Boat (Blue Hull, White Topsides, 6.4m)


26ft un-named Wooden Ketch in very poor condition Small un-named Fibreglass Dory (White Hull approx. 3.4m)


Dart Harbour & Navigation Authority 6 Oxford Street, Dartmouth, TQ6 9AL info@dartharbour.org


popular village of Loddiswell. There is a mixture of undulating pasture and scrub/woodland which historically has been grazed by sheep and horses. The parcel will appeal to


equestrian buyers or those looking for recreational/amenity land


(stp). The guide price is £45,000 with the tender deadline being noon on 27th April 2017.


The second block of land is south of Turnpike Cottage, near Stokenham and extends to 21.11 acres of pasture, with coastal views over towards Slapton Ley and Torcross. The grassland will appeal to farmers looking to expand their existing holding or equestrian buyers (stp). The land is available as a whole with a guide price of £140,000, or, in two lots with a guide of £70,000 for each. The tender deadline is noon on 15th May 2017.


For further information on either parcel of land, please contact Rachel Woollacott on 01392 680059 or email r.woollacott@stags.co.uk


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