- Two Double Bedrooms
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Larger Than Average Rear Garden
- Set Back From The Road
- Well Presented Throughout
- Council Tax Band A
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION The position of this property is enviable for those amongst us with children or animals; within a cluster of just a few houses and set back from the road, it offers a degree of privacy and security. From the front of the property, it's hard to appreciate the generous accommodation on offer and the sizeable rear garden; this home really is a 'tardis'!
You enter the property into a porch area providing a handy space for coats and shoes and giving access to the living accommodation. To your left, the lounge/diner is a good size room with ample room for a table and chairs boasting an outlook over the rear garden and where I imagine you would spend time as a family enjoying a more formal dinner. To the right, the kitchen breakfast room also benefits from space to sit and eat, with plenty of worktop and cupboard space to cook up a feast! There is access from the kitchen/diner to the rear which enjoys a private and larger than average rear garden which has been mostly laid to decking providing a perfect low maintenance space for the kids and animals to run around in!
Upstairs, the accommodation continues to impress with 2 double bedrooms (both benefitting from built in wardrobes) enjoying panoramic views over the surrounding countryside and beyond! The family bathroom completes the accommodation on offer.
This family home has provided a happy home for the current owners who will be sad to leave but excited to move on to pastures new!
AREA DESCRIPTION Plymouth is a busy and thriving City situated on the South Coast of Devon. There are beaches for the sun worshippers amongst us, and Dartmoor for the walkers all just a short drive away from anywhere within the town.
This City boasts plenty of entertainment with a thriving nightlife and ample theatres, cinemas & Casinos, numerous tourist attractions to include; Plymouth Hoe, The Barbican and The National Marine Aquarium as well as a plentiful shopping mall in the heart of the City centre.
The Royal William Yard, steeped in history, has fast become one of the cities most favoured haunt's with various eateries, boutiques, beauty salons and wine bars, but should you require something a little more energetic, you could perhaps seek out the Ski Lodge, Ice Rink or the various Diving and Sailing Clubs - there really is plenty to offer all ages!
The transport links are easily accessible to get from City to City via the A38. Whether by ferry, rail, bus or coach, public transport from Plymouth is plentiful; Paddington is under four hours away by rail and the ferry to Roscoff in France takes only 6 hours.
With the increasing growth of Plymouth University, investment and plans to re-develop the City in abundance over the next few years, this City has more to offer than ever before.