- Guide £600,000 to £650,000
- Detached bungalow which would benefit from cosmetic improvement
- Circa 1/3 of an acre near level plot with Glimpses of the sea
- Potential to extend (STP) to use sea views from current roof section
- Current planning to replace with two storey house (REF 1445/20 FULL)
- 4 Double Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms (one ensuite shower room)
- Utility room and integral double garage
- Photovoltaic panels with feed-in-tariff
- Popular South Hams coastal village with amenities and beach
Property Description: PRICE
Guide Price £600,000 to £650,000 DESCRIPTION
This large detached bungalow is situated towards the end of a cul-de-sac and enjoys a generous, near level plot of circa 1/3 of an acre. Whilst the property would benefit from cosmetic improvement, there is the potential to extend (subject to planning consents) or replace the current dwelling with a four bedroom detached house under the current planning permission (South Hams REF 1445/20/FUL).
The garden enjoys a sunny aspect throughout the day with the principle rooms facing West. Glimpses of the sea and the Mewstone can be seen from the garden and if a two storey structure was created, the property would enjoy sea views from the first floor. The property boasts four double bedrooms, two bathrooms (including an ensuite shower room), an open plan living room with kitchen area, conservatory, enclosed entrance porch and utility room. A double garage with internal access provides ample storage. The property also benefits from photovoltaic panels which produce and sell electricity to the National Grid via a feed in tariff.
The enclosed entrance hall provides ample storage for coats and boots. If desired a small guest WC could be created in the space (water and drainage are under the floor). A door opens into the open plan living accommodation which enjoys a triple aspect. To one end is a stone chimney and hearth with wood-burner. Patio doors open to the rear garden terrace. At the opposite end is the kitchen area featuring a range of cupboards and drawers with solid wood fronts and laminate worktop inset with ceramic hob and dishwasher under. An integrated electric double oven and grill is at eye level.
A corridor leads to the family bathroom (shower tray, bath, pedestal basin and WC) and four double bedrooms; two at the rear (one ensuite) and two at the front. Towards the end of the corridor is a utility room with space and plumbing for a washing machine and drier under a laminate work top. An internal door opens into the double garage. At the very end of the corridor is a conservatory.
Outside the majority of garden is laid to lawn, with a children's play area laid with wood chippings. To the rear of the house is a large patio terrace, with raised beds beyond. The majority of the boundary is fenced with an evergreen hedge to the front. A gravelled drive provides off road parking and could be extended to provide vehicular access to the garage if required. PLANNING PERMISSION
The property has planning permission REF 1445/20/FUL from South Hams District Council for the construction of a four bedroom two storey detached house to replace the existing structure. A rainwater soakaway has been built for this purpose but will need to be connected to the new property. Please refer to South Hams planning portal for further information.
Wembury is a very popular South Hams coastal village valued from its strong sense of community as the majority of homes are owner occupied. The National Trust beach is sandy and famed for its rockpools: surfers, stand up paddle boarders and kayakers also enjoy launching from the beach. Walkers enjoy the South West coast path and the Two Moors Way plus several local paths across fields and woodland. Village facilities inclue a primary school, local shop, health centre and dog-groomers. Residents are able to apply for moorings via the River Yealm Harbour authority with further facilities at Plymouth Yacht Haven on the Plym. The nearby town of Plymstock has secondary schools, a range of shops including Co-op, Lidl and Morrisons, library and several sports clubs.
Plymouth is just six miles away, an historic and vibrant waterside City, well provided with colleges, grammar and public schools, modern university, the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry, Theatre Royal and cinemas, mainline train station, continental ferry port, large department stores, a modern shopping mall, cafes, bistros and restaurants. The leisure facilities are outstanding with superb waters-ports in and around Plymouth Sound. COUNCIL TAX BAND
Band D. South Hams District Council. TENURE
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Mains gas to site but not currently connected. Current heating and hot water supply from combi-boiler located in the entrance porch supplied by bottled gas. Photovoltaic panels generate electricity and benefit from a feed-in-tariff. VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS
Strictly by appointment with Luscombe Maye Tel. 01752 880044 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org AGENTS NOTE RE WEMBURY BEACH IMAGE
The Wembury beach image used is not visible from the property but is located within about a mile from the property