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Guide Price £450,000
3 bedroom Semi-Detached House for sale

Dixon Terrace, Yealmpton, Plymouth

3 bedroom Edwardian Semi-Detached House for sale in Dixon Terrace PL8 2NB
3 bedroom Edwardian Semi-Detached House for sale in Dixon Terrace PL8 2NB
3 bedroom Edwardian Semi-Detached House for sale in Dixon Terrace PL8 2NB
3 bedroom Edwardian Semi-Detached House for sale in Dixon Terrace PL8 2NB
3 bedroom Edwardian Semi-Detached House for sale in Dixon Terrace PL8 2NB
3 bedroom Edwardian Semi-Detached House for sale in Dixon Terrace PL8 2NB
3 bedroom Edwardian Semi-Detached House for sale in Dixon Terrace PL8 2NB
3 bedroom Edwardian Semi-Detached House for sale in Dixon Terrace PL8 2NB
3 bedroom Edwardian Semi-Detached House for sale in Dixon Terrace PL8 2NB
3 bedroom Edwardian Semi-Detached House for sale in Dixon Terrace PL8 2NB
3 bedroom Edwardian Semi-Detached House for sale in Dixon Terrace PL8 2NB
3 bedroom Semi-Detached House for sale

Dixon Terrace, Yealmpton, Plymouth

Floor Plans:

Features:

  • Edwardian semi-detached house
  • Large near level garden (circa 1/5 acre plot)
  • Garage
  • Potential to extend (STP)
  • Period features
  • Quiet private position close to woodland walks
  • Popular South Hams village with amenities
  • No onward chain
  • Gas central heating
  • VIEWINGS FULLY BOOKED - CALL NOW TO REGISTER FOR RESERVE LIST

Property Description:

PRICE Guide price £450,000 to £475,000.

SITUATION The thriving village of Yealmpton is a popular village in the South Hams due to the wide range of amenities, beautiful surrounding countryside and close proximity to the coast, Plymouth and Dartmoor. There is a GP health centre, optician, dentist, two pubs, Chinese take-away, café, village store, Londis, Ben's Farm Shop, garage, C of E church and Methodist chapel. For schooling there is a 'Good' village primary school and secondary schooling (for which transport is provided) at the 'Outstanding' Ivybridge Community College as well as Coombe Dean School in Plymstock for which transport is provided. The strong sense of community has led to a wide variety of different interest groups such as the WI, Men's Shed, Yealm Art Society, garden and allotment society, cricket club, bowls club, cycling and walking groups and more. The village enjoys beautiful walks along the River Yealm, and through nearby woods and fields. Residents of the parish are able to register for a mooring at the Yealm Harbour Authority in Newton Ferrers. A regular bus service runs to Plymouth city centre just under eight miles away, with a wide range of shops, restaurants, cinemas, theatres, hospitals, mainline train station and continental ferry port. The local beaches of Wembury and Mothecombe and are under a 15 minute drive and Dartmoor National Park is a similar distance.

DESCRIPTION A rare opportunity to purchase an Edwardian period home (1905), in a quiet position offering a high level of privacy, in the popular South Hams village of Yealmpton. Offered to the market for the first time since 1964, with no onward chain, this three bedroom semi-detached property retains many period features including fireplaces and sash windows. The property occupies a near-level plot of circa one fifth of an acre and offers scope to extend, subject to any necessary consents. Whilst the property would benefit from modernisation, it boasts well proportioned rooms with high ceilings and long sash windows to the majority of rooms, filling them with light. The property also benefits from gas central heating and a timber garage. In brief the accommodation comprises three double bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, sitting room, boot room, downstairs WC, and rear porch/utility room.

ACCOMMODATION The front entrance on the East facing façade opens into the boot-room with quarry tiled floor, hanging space for coats and door to the downstairs WC. A door opens into the dining room with a sash window to rear (West facing) aspect and stairs leading to the first floor (storage cupboard under with external window), doors to the sitting room and kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen-breakfast room has casement windows overlooking the rear garden and a sash window to the side. A floor standing Ideal gas boiler powers the central heating with a hot water immersion heater in the cupboard providing hot water. There are floor standing cupboards, a freestanding cooker and a sink. A door opens to the rear porch which is currently used as a utility room with space and plumbing for a washing machine, ceramic sink, plank door to garden and windows overlooking the rear.

The sitting room is of a generous size and has a twin aspect over the front garden (sash windows with secondary glazing). Features include a period fireplace and grate, cornice and picture rail. The period staircase leads from the dining room to the first floor landing with doors to the three bedrooms, the largest of which is at the front with a twin Easterly aspect over the majority of the garden and views to the village/countryside beyond and benefits from a period mantel piece and surround. Two further double bedrooms with sash windows overlook the rear garden. The bathroom has a large shower cubicle with sliding doors, basin and WC.

OUTSIDE The generous plot of circa one fifth of an acre enjoys a high level of privacy both at the front and rear, surrounded by hedges to the majority of the boundaries. The garden enjoys sun throughout the day. There are pedestrian gates from Dixon terrace and to the rear of the property. The front garden is laid mostly to lawn with the garden continuing to the side and rear. A timber garage is located in the rear garden with a pedestrian door into the garden and there is also a greenhouse, outbuilding and former greenhouse. The owner contributes to the maintenance of Dixon Terrace (an unadopted road) of circa £100 per year.

SERVICES All mains services are connected to the property.

COUNCIL TAX AND LOCAL AUTHORITY Band D. South Hams District Council.

TENURE Freehold.

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS Strictly by appointment with Luscombe Maye. 01752 880044.

DIRECTIONS From the Yealmpton office of Luscombe Maye, proceed down Ford Hill and over the River Yealm. Take the second turning on the right into Dixon Terrace. Turn right by the public footpath sign and the property is the second on the right.

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