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3 Bed Mid Terrace House in Plymouth £150,000

REF: 456016273
Sold STC £150,000 Beds: 3 Bathrooms: 1 Type: Mid Terrace House

Property Features

  • 3 Bedroom Terraced Property
  • Close To Town Centre
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Enclosed Courtyard With Storage
  • Boarded Loft Area
  • Lounge & Dining Room
  • No Onward Chain

Full Details

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION This mid terrace property with character features throughout boasts spacious accommodation over 2 floors. Set back from the road, you enter the property via a handy porch area which leads on to the hallway providing access to the reception rooms and kitchen.
The lounge at the front of the property boasts a feature fireplace and the bay window allows the light to really flood in. The dining room at the rear of the property is a generous 2nd reception room and benefits from sliding doors through to the lounge that allow for an open plan layout should you so wish!
The kitchen offers plenty of cupboard and work-top space for those budding chefs amongst us, and provides access out to the rear courtyard which I am told is a real sun trap in the summer months - and nice and low maintenance, lending itself perfectly to al fresco dinners. There is also the addition of an out-building. The family bathroom with bath and shower is situated at the rear of the property.
The second floor is home to the master bedroom, a further double bedroom and a single room.

The location offers a central position close to local transport links around the City as well as shops, parks, schools, Drs surgery's etc., without being stuck in the middle of a busy town centre!

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.

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