DESCRIPTION Located in this popular residential address, close to transport links, Devonport Dockyard and the Life Centre, this much improved and beautifully presented 1930's mid terraced home affords original stripped wooden flooring and fireplaces yet provides a modern, spacious feel. To the front of the property is a pleasant, generously planted frontage and pathway leading into an Entrance Vestibule and Hallway with stairs to the first floor landing, doors to various accommodation and spacious understairs storage. The living room has a large bay window to the front elevation flooding the area with light and benefits from an open fireplace. The open plan dining area is of a good size with a window to the rear and leads through to the adjoining fitted kitchen with matching range of base and wall mounted units in a contemporary styling, benefitting from a breakfast bar, four ring gas hob, integral oven, fridge freezer and room for a freestanding dishwasher. A doorway from here leads to a smart utility room, again with a matching range of base and eye level storage units, circular washbasin, space for free standing white goods and plumbing for a washing machine. Access to the rear garden is via a PVCu door and a further door gives access to a useful Cloakroom with pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C and a cupboard housing the gas central heating boiler.
The bedroom accommodation is found on the first floor offering three bedrooms, two spacious doubles and a single with an additional double size study/dressing room/occasional bedroom accessed from the master bedroom to the rear of the property. The family bathroom comprises panelled bath with shower attachment over, low level W.C and pedestal wash hand basin and a window to the rear elevation.
The rear garden is a good sized space with decked area and a further area perfect for alfresco dining. There is a useful brick built storage shed and folding doors give access to the rear service lane, meaning there is the potential to use the garden for off road parking if desired.
The property has the benefit of PVCu double glazing and gas central heating. In summary the property offers great space and is ideal for those looking for a first time purchase. An internal viewing is highly recommended to truly appreciate the warmth and period charm of this family home.
STOKE Also referred to by its earlier name of Stoke Damerel, which is a parish, that was once part of historical Devonport. In 1914, Devonport and Plymouth amalgamated with Stonehouse: the new town took the name of Plymouth. Since the amalgamation Stoke has been an inner suburb of Plymouth. Stoke is now densely built up with houses and apartments, dating back to late Georgian, with a predominance of early Victorian, Edwardian and fewer, 1930s homes. Bisected by the main railway line from Paddington to Penzance. The parish church is notable not only for its evolving architecture, but also its contents and historical connections. The area has been prosperous for several hundred years, and there are some distinguished private houses (several of which feature in Nikolaus Pevsner's book - "The Buildings of South Devon".) There are many examples of properties designed by famed Georgian architect Foulston, within the suburb. Stoke Damerel and Stuart Road Primary Schools educates pupils of ages 4-11, whilst secondary school children may attend Stoke Community College and is the home of Devonport High School for Boys Grammar School and Devonport Services Rugby Club. Flanked by Central park, Victoria Park and Devonport Park, there are acres of leisure space on the doorstep, with Plymouth Argyle Football Club and the Plymouth Life Centre, both considered to be within walking distance. Plymouth City Centre, is approximately one and a half miles away.
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: C2791