- Double fronted period home dating from Georgian era
- 3/4 Bedrooms
- 2/3 Reception Rooms
- Master with en-suite plus family bathroom
- Large garage/workshop with space for 2/3 vehicles
- Private rear garden enjoying a sunny aspect
- Beautifully presented throughout
- Popular historic area of Plympton
- Lapsed planning for loft conversion of 2 bedrooms and bathroom
- No onward chain
Property Description: SITUATION
Plympton St Maurice is located on the outskirts of Plymouth, close to the South Hams Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Protected by a Conservation Order and with an active local community, there is a real village feel to the area. It has a 15th century church and there are the remains of a Norman castle with Motte-and-Bailey which form part of 'The Green'. More contemporary facilities nearby are a 'Good' primary school, two public houses and St Elizabeth House fine dining restaurant and hotel. In Plympton further amenities include a doctor's surgery, the Ridgeway shopping area, two secondary schools, supermarkets, library, swimming pool, tennis courts, bowling green and cricket field. The city center of Plymouth is approximately 20 minutes away and there is a regular bus service.
Plymouth itself is an historic and vibrant waterside city, well provided with colleges, grammar and public schools, a modern university, the Peninsula Medical School, Theatre Royal and cinemas, large department stores, cafes, bistros and restaurants. The leisure facilities are outstanding with superb water-sports in and around Plymouth Sound and the Plymouth Life Centre. Outdoor pursuits are also in close proximity with cycling on the Plym Valley Cycle Trail, walking, climbing and horse-riding on nearby Dartmoor National Park, golf at Boringdon and Elfordleigh and beaches such as Wembury and Mothecombe. DESCRIPTION
Available with no onward chain, this beautifully presented period home in historic Plympton St Maurice has recently been renovated and extended by the current owners to a high standard. Dating from the Georgian era, this Grade II listed double fronted house also benefits from a private rear garden enjoying a sunny aspect and a large garage/workshop proving off road parking for 2-3 vehicles. The accommodation comprises of 3 double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms (master ensuite) to the first floor and sitting room, formal dining room, study/bedroom 4, kitchen/diner and WC to the ground floor. They layout offers flexible accommodation and character features such as sash windows, window seats, lantern-style roof to the kitchen/diner and a wood burner help to create a sense of individuality. A Worcester fired combi-boiler provides central heating and hot water.
The three reception rooms could be used in a variety of ways to suit a potential buyer e.g. sitting room / formal dining / study / bedroom etc. To the rear of the property is modern kitchen/diner extension with lantern-style roof over the dining area. Completed less than a year year ago, the kitchen with light dove grey cabinets, deep soft close drawers and white worktop, features a breakfast bar with space for stools underneath and integrated appliances including dishwasher, under counter fridge and separate freezer. Also included is the Rangemaster with 5 gas ring burners, main gas oven, secondary electric fan assisted oven and grill. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine. There is also a 1 1/2 bowl composite sink and drainer, AluSplash splashbacks and a tiled floor. A pair of French window doors open to the rear from the dining area. A cloakroom with WC and basin is also accessed from the dining area.
The master bedroom is situated to the front of the property and enjoys a sunny aspect with twin sash windows and window seats. The ensuite with fully tiled floor and walls, comprises a shower cubicle with electric shower, WC and basin with vanity unit. Bedroom 2 (double) also has a sunny aspect to the front with a sash window and window seat. Bedroom 3 (double) to the rear has a basin and views over the garden. The family bathroom to the rear is a good size with a large walk-in airing cupboard housing the Worester combi-boiler, which could be made into a utility room if desired. The bathroom, which has been fully renovated within the last year, comprises of a large shower cubicle with electric shower, cast iron bath, pedestal basin and WC. Two windows with obscured glass provide plenty of light. OUTSIDE
To the rear of the property there is a large garage / workshop (light and power) with single door, providing off road parking for 2-3 vehicles when accessed from School Lane. Below the garage is the garden with a sunny aspect which features a lawn, raised beds, wooden deck situated to catch the last of the evening sun, large patio area perfect for alfresco dining, with steps down to a further lower patio area adjacent to the kitchen/diner. A deep external storage cupboard is also accessed from this space. LAPSED PLANNING
The property benefits from lapsed planning consent (granted 2016 ref: 16/00047/FUL) to create a loft conversion to the second floor with 2 bedrooms and ensuite shower room. SERVICES
All mains services are connected to the property. TENURE
Freehold COUNCIL TAX AND LOCAL AUTHORITY
Band D (council tax improvement indicator is flagged), Plymouth City Council. VIEIWNG ARRANGEMENTS
Strictly by appointment with Luscombe Maye Yealmpton: 01752 880044 to arrange your viewing. Virtual 360 tours available upon request.