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Devonport, Plymouth

2 Bed
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1 Bath
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1 Reception
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1 Kitchen
£140,000
Description
DESCRIPTION This recently built, low maintenance terraced house needs to be viewed internally to be fully appreciated. The accommodation offers vogue, open-plan, living/kitchen and dining areas, with the added bonus of a contemporary staircase with chrome balustrades and oak handrails and a spacious cloakroom, downstairs, whilst upstairs there are, two double bedrooms and bathroom. The kitchen has a fitted oven and hob. The house has double glazing and gas central heating. The outside offers an enclosed, level rear garden. There is NO ONWARD CHAIN!

DEVONPORT Devonport, formerly named Plymouth Dock or just Dock, is a district of Plymouth in the English county of Devon. Sandwiched between, Devonport Park to the East, and the River Tamar to the West. It was, at one time, the more important settlement. It became a county borough in 1889. Devonport was originally one of the "Three Towns" (along with Plymouth and East Stonehouse); these merged in 1914 to form what would become in 1928 the City of Plymouth. It is represented in the Parliament of the United Kingdom as part of the Plymouth Sutton and Devonport constituency.

By 1811 the population of Plymouth Dock was just over 30,000 and the residents resented the fact that its name made it sound like an adjunct of Plymouth. In 1823 a petition to King George IV requested the town should be renamed, and suggested "Devonport". The king agreed and to celebrate, the town built a column next to the recently completed town hall; both were designed by John Foulston. Devonport was first incorporated as a municipal borough in 1837 under the Municipal Corporations Act 1835. The high ground south of the town is called Mount Wise. The Devonport Playhouse is a popular theatre within the area, whilst there are many shopping amenities.

PLYMOUTH Plymouth is a city with one of the largest natural harbours in the world. To the north is the Dartmoor National Park extending to over 300 square miles which provides excellent recreational facilities. Plymouth itself has a population of well over 250,000 and has a full range of shopping, educational and sporting facilities. There is a mainline train service to London Paddington and to Penzance in Cornwall. Brittany Ferries operates seasonal services from Plymouth to France and northern Spain.

ACCOMMODATION Reference made to any fixture, fittings, appliances or any of the building services does not imply that they are in working order or have been tested by us. Purchasers should establish the suitability and working condition of these items and services themselves.

SERVICES Mains water, gas, electricity and mains drainage.

VIEWING By appointment with LAWSON.

OUTGOINGS We understand the property is in band ' B ' for council tax purposes and the amount payable for the year 2018/2019 is £1355.41 (by internet enquiry with Plymouth City Council). These details are subject to change.

FLOOR PLANS AND ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE These Floorplans are set out as a guideline only and should not be relied upon as a representation of fact. They are intended for information purposes only and are not to scale. The Energy Performance Certificates are produced by an external source and Lawson do not accept responsibility for their accuracy. Copyright Lawson 2019. Ref:C2647

PHOTOGRAPH DISCLAIMER Some of the photographs within this brochure do not necessarily show views from the subject property.
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  • Property Features
  • LOW MAINTENANCE TERRACED HOUSE
  • OPEN PLAN LOUNGE/DINING/KITCHEN AREAS
  • TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
  • BATHROOM
  • WELL PRESENTED
  • DOUBLE GLAZING
  • GAS CENTRAL HEATING
  • REAR GARDEN
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN
  • C2647