Located in a popular residential location this well appointed mid terrace period home offers high ceilings, coving and good size accommodation set across two levels. Offered to the open market with no onward chain this light and spacious property is entered into via an original wooden front door into an entrance vestibule with a door leading into the hallway. Stairs rise to a mezzanine landing and door lead off to the left on ground floor.
The bay fronted living room is found to the front of the property with a large PVC double glazed bay windows providing light into this area. Neutrally decorated, it has a feature wallpapered chimney breast with wooden surround and tiled hearth with living flame gas fire in set. The room is finished with original ceiling coving and picture rail.
The dining room is found adjacent with an opening from the living room leading through to a good size room with continuation of decoration and carpeting. A PVC double glazed window overlooks the rear courtyard from here.
The modern kitchen is found to the rear of the property and benefits from a modern matching design with base and wall mounted units in gloss slab effect, square modern worksurfaces over, four ring gas hob with integrated electric oven below and extractor fan above, modern stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap over and room for freestanding white goods. A PVC double glazed window overlooks the rear courtyard and a obscure glazed door leads to the rear of the property.
Stairs lead from the hallway with storage below up to a mezzanine landing with a door opening into the generous family bathroom comprising; a three piece suite, a low-level w.c, pedestal hand wash basin and panelled bath with electric shower over and tiled splash backs to two sides of the room. Natural light is provided by the PVC double glazed window overlooking the rear garden.
The bedroom accommodation benefits from two large double bedrooms, with the master found to the front benefiting from a bay window and some built-in storage into the chimney recess. A smaller third box room is found to the front of the property. The rooms have a continuation of the carpet from the stairs and landing and are neutrally decorated with white washed walls.
The property benefits from PVC double glazing and gas central heating and is offered to the market with no onward chain.
Externally, to the front we find a covered entrance and small area laid to bedding - Whilst to the rear a good size rear courtyard with raised bedding area is laid to patio slabs. A door gives access to the side to a large workshop/storage area and a door in the rear wall to the rear service lane.
In summary the property offers a great opportunity to purchase in this sought-after area for schooling, with the amenities of Central Park and transport links on its doorstep. As an investment for a buy to let landlord - similar properties in this postcode area are currently available for £800 and upwards per month (per Zoopla June 19)." A viewing is highly recommended.
PEVERELL Listed in the Domesday Book of 1086. The estate was later acquired by the Peverell family of Ermington in Devon, after which it became known as "Weston Peverell" to distinguish it from other similarly named places.
Two of the main roads are named Peverell Park Road and Weston Park Road. The area now consists mostly of Edwardian terraced houses. Peverell borders Central Park, often known as "the green lung" of Plymouth which is a very popular recreational area for, and is home to Plymouth Life Centre and Plymouth Argyle’s Home Park football stadium.
Primary schooling is provided by Montpelier and Hyde Park Primary School (whilst the Hyde Park area offers a popular shopping parade). Mutley Plain and Plymouth Station are considered to be within walking distance, by most. The Hyde Park Pub, on the periphery of Peverell, is a popular gastro/local pub.
Peverell is seen by residents as a safe solid and central area with a good quality housing stock and few social problems.
The terms on which the land was sold for development at the turn of the twentieth century stipulated that no licensed premises (pubs), should be built on the land, as the seller was a strict abstainer. This has resulted in the district having a residential atmosphere.
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 2019/2020 is £1410.22 (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. C2836