- Guide £525,000 to £550,000
- Extended 4 bedroom detached house
- High standard of presentation throughout
- Master suite with walk-in wardrobe and en-suite shower room
- Driveway and off road parking
- Spacious kitchen/breakfast room with island unit/breakfast bar
- Utility room and walk-in store room
- Popular village with amenities
- Large open plan living and dining room spanning the rear of the house with patio doors to the garden
- Close to woodland and riverside walks
Property Description: PRICE
Guide £525,000 to £550,000. DESCRIPTION
Extended by the current owners to increase the living accommodation to the ground floor and create an additional bedroom (the master suite), this beautifully presented detached home is situated on a popular cul-de-sac in the South Hams village of Yealmpton. Enjoying a position close to the end of the cul-de-sac, the property is close to woodland and riverside walks and within walking distance of the many village amenities. The spacious accommodation comprises four bedrooms (including a master with en-suite shower room and walk-in wardrobe), large kitchen, open plan living and dining room, family bathroom, downstairs WC, utility room and walk-in storage room. The property also boasts views over the village and local countryside, gas central heating and hot water via a Baxi gas combi boiler, front and rear gardens, and a driveway providing parking for two vehicles.
From the entrance hall doors lead to the kitchen, living room and downstairs WC. The well-appointed and spacious kitchen boasts a central island unit with breakfast bar and storage cupboards, drawers and wine fridge under. Matching cupboards, drawers and larder unit provide further storage with a granite-effect laminate worktop over. Integrated appliances include two electric fan-assisted ovens with grills, five-ring gas hob with extractor fan (filter) over and dishwasher. Space and plumbing for American style fridge/freezer with water filter and ice maker available by separate negotiation. Double aspect windows overlook the front driveway and garden. Doors open to the dining area of the living room, utility room and entrance hall.
The generous living room spans the width of the property and is perfect for entertaining with sliding patio doors opening out to the rear garden. A woodburner at one end creates a cosy focal point for winter evenings and doors open to the kitchen and entrance hall. From the kitchen a door opens into the utility room which also has an external door and is fitted with a range of floor and wall-mounted cupboards with laminate worktop over. A 'Dog-Shower' comprising a large, low-level ceramic Belfast-style sink with hand shower, is a handy addition after returning from walks in the nearby woods and fields. To the rear of the utility room is a large walk-in storeroom. From the entrance hall a downstairs WC/cloakroom for guests also houses the Baxi combi boiler in an airing cupboard (with additional shelf and hanging storage).
Stairs lead from the entrance hall to the first floor landing. From the landing, doors open to the four bedrooms and family bathroom. The master suite is situated at the end of the landing and was added to the property by the current owners. This spacious room overlooks the rear garden with views over the village church and local countryside. A walk-in-wardrobe has shelves and hanging space, whilst the en-suite shower room has a double shower cubicle and a contemporary basin set up on a vanity unit providing useful storage and WC. Bedroom 2 is a good sized double overlooking the rear garden with village and countryside views and two double built-in wardrobes. Bedroom 3 is a double bedroom overlooking the rear with a built-in double wardrobe. Bedroom 4, which is currently used as a study, is a small double room overlooking the front. The family bathroom boasts a bath, luxury walk in shower, WC and contemporary basin on a vanity unit providing storage. SITUATION
Stray Park is a popular cul-de-sac in the thriving village of Yealmpton, built in the 1960/70s, consisting of detached homes and bungalows. The road lies in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with park and woodland/riverside walks at the end of the road. Yealmpton is ideally situated for commuting to Plymouth, the city centre being only seven miles away. Within the village there are health care facilities such as a GP health centre, dentist, optician and podiatrist, shops such as a Post Office, general store, Ben's Farm Shop, hairdressers, garage and filling station with Londis convenience store, café, two public houses and a Chinese restaurant/take away. Yealmpton Primary School is a short walk and the village is in the catchment for Ivybridge Community College for which there is transport provided (both schools rated 'Good'). The village boasts an active community with a wide range of social and sporting clubs and societies.
Surrounded by the beautiful South Hams countryside, with many walks along the River Yealm and beyond, Yealmpton has a rural feel. The yachting haven of Newton Ferrers (mooring rights within Yealm Harbour for Yealmpton residents) is within a short drive, while many of the sandy coves and beaches of the beautiful South Devon coastline are within easy reach, as are golf courses and the Dartmoor National Park. 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, cafés, bistros and restaurants. The leisure facilities are outstanding with superb water-sports in and around Plymouth Sound and the Plymouth Life Centre. OUTSIDE
To the front of the property is a driveway providing parking for two vehicles. The front garden is bordered by various shrubs with access around the side leading to the rear.
The rear garden enjoys sun from the morning into the afternoon and has wooden fences to the side with a thick hedge on a bank to the rear. Steps lead down from the house to a patio which, in turn, leads onto a lawn area. The garden is planted with a variety of shrubs and a wooden shed provides space for storage of garden equipment. SERVICES
All mains services are connected to the property. COUNCIL TAX AND LOCAL AUTHORITY
Currently Band E, subject to an improvement notice. South Hams District Council. STRAY PARK MANAGEMENT COMPANY
The residents of Stray Park and Church Way are shareholders of the Stray Park Management Company, which manages the communal areas around the development. The residents have a committee and self-administer the company. The annual charge for this property is around £80.00. TENURE
Freehold. AGENTS NOTE
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