- 1930s 3 Bedroom semi-detached house
- Spacious 1 bedroom attached self-contained annexe
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
- Delightful rear garden and beautifully presented interior
- Off Road Parking
- Master with en-suite shower room
- Close to amenities in the popular area of Elburton
- Annexe includes double bedroom, bathroom, generous sitting room and kitchen/breakfast room.
- Annexe has its own entrance and communicating door to the main house
- Gas central heating and double glazing.
Property Description: DESCRIPTION
Built in the 1930s, this characterful 3 bedroom semi-detached house also has the advantage of an attached one bedroom self-contained annexe. The flexible accommodation is ideal for those needing multigenerational accommodation or alternatively be used together as one 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 3 reception room house with the annexe kitchen as a utility room. To the rear of the property is a delightful garden and there is off road parking to the front of the house. THE MAIN HOUSE
Built in the 1930s, the property is presented to a high standard with many character features including bay windows, period doors and fireplaces. The front entrance door opens into the hallway with doors to the sitting room, dining room, kitchen and connecting door to the annexe. An engineered wood floor flows through to the two reception rooms with painted wood panelling to the lower part of the wall. The sitting room is to the front of the property with a bay window, living flame gas fire with slate hearth, tiles and pretty painted wooden Adams-style mantel and supports. The dining room overlooks the rear garden with sliding doors opening to the rear patio. Two alcoves with shelves and cupboards under, flank the fireplace (living flame gas fire) featuring Art Nouveau style tiles and Rococo painted wooden mantel and uprights. The kitchen is situated to the rear of the property with views over the garden to Hardwick woods beyond and boasts a range cooker with 5 gas burners and ceramic warming plate, two gas ovens, gas grill and storage drawer. Other appliances include an integrated washer/dryer, integrated fridge / freezer, twin sink bowls and extractor fan over the range. An external door opens to the rear garden.
Stairs from the hallway lead to the first floor landing which has doors to the 3 bedrooms and family bathroom and a loft hatch (ladder, light and boarded loft). The master bedroom is situated to the rear of the property and boasts views over the garden to Hardwick woods and Dartmoor beyond. Features include a fitted single wardrobe and painted wooded mantel and supports (fireplace tiled over). The ensuite shower room boasts a shower cubicle, basin and WC. The second bedroom is a good sized double at the front of the house with a bay window, painted wooden mantel and supports (fireplace tiled over). The third bedroom is also to the front of the house and has a window seat with built in cupboards under and a fitted double wardrobe. The generous family bathroom has a contemporary free standing bath with mixer tap and hand shower, WC, bidet, and basin mounted on a vanity unit topped with Carrera marble (white with grey veining) and cupboards under. THE ANNEXE
To the side of the annexe is an external door which opens into the kitchen breakfast room, which has a range of floor and wall mounted cupboards with laminate worktop inset with a 4 ring gas hob and stainless steel sink and drainer. Integrated electric oven with grill function. Window overlooking the rear garden. Large cupboard housing freestanding fridge freezer. An internal door opens to the spacious sitting room with bay window to the front, living flame gas fire with stone surround, stairs to the first floor and internal door connecting to the hallway of the main house. Upstairs there is a double bedroom to the front with a built in double wardrobe and a separate bathroom comprising bath, shower cubicle, pedestal basin, WC and double built in airing cupboard housing the Worcester combi-boiler with additional space for storage.
Note that planning permission was granted on the basis that "accommodation shall only be occupied by persons directly related to or dependants of the occupiers of the existing dwelling house". However there is the potential for the annexe to be used for a long term let / holiday let or business use subject to planning consent. OUTSIDE
To the front of the property is a driveway providing parking for several vehicles.
A path leads around the side via a gate to the rear garden.
The private rear garden has a wealth of plants and shrubs to create interest throughout the year including Irises, Camellias, Azaleas, tree fern, Canna lilies, climbing Hydrangea and more. There are two patio areas with balustrades overlooking the garden providing a perfect spot to dine or unwind. The garden has been designed to be low maintenance with no lawn to mow. At the bottom of the garden is large wooden shed used for storage. COUNCIL TAX
Main house: Band D.
Annexe: Band A.
Plymouth City Council SERVICES
All mains services are connected to the property.
Note: Gas, water and drainage are connected via one meter for each utility covering the house and annexe. Separate electricity meters for the house and annexe. Hotwater and heating via Worcester combi-boiler in the annexe supplying both the annexe and main house. TENURE
The village-like atmosphere of Elburton and close proximity to the countryside of the South Hams, continues to ensure that the location remains one of the most sought-after areas within the city of Plymouth. Amenities include the OFSTED rated 'Outstanding' Elburton primary school, post office, Co-op convenience store, butcher's shop, bakery, public houses, take-aways and regular bus service into Plymstock and Plymouth. Secondary schooling is available at Coombe Dean and Plymstock schools. Nearby, the Plymstock Broadway has a wider range of shops, library, health centre and the city centre of Plymouth is only 4.5 miles with a range of large department stores, restaurants, cinemas, theatres, grammar schools, colleges and university. The nearby beaches of Wembury and Bovisand are easily accessible along with the countryside of the South Hams. Plymouth has at least five yacht marinas including Sutton Harbour, Mayflower, Plymouth Yacht Haven, Queen Anne's Battery and King Point, providing an excellent base for exploring the South West's many fantastic beaches and anchorages, or further afield to France and the Channel Islands.
Communication links in the area are excellent, with the A38 Devon Expressway providing dual carriageway links to the M5 at Exeter, or Cornwall across the Tamar. There is a mainline train station, providing direct links to London Paddington in just over 3 hours, whilst Exeter's International Airport about an hour's drive away provides a wide selection of services to UK and international destinations, including daily flights to London City Airport. VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS
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