Located on a quiet residential street with ample parking on the road this well presented and improved mid-terrace period home is entered to the front with a PVCu external door leading to the entrance hallway; carpeted stairs rise to the first-floor landing with stripped and varnished wooden flooring leading towards the end of the hall with doors off to various accommodation and storage found under stairs. The splay bay living room has a continuation of the stripped wooden flooring with large bay window to the front elevation flooding the room with natural light. The property has the benefit of PVCu sash windows to the front with the room benefiting from the original, integral sliding wooden doors leading to the open plan dining area; with PVCu double glazed French doors leading to the rear garden with decked area.
The fitted kitchen offers a matching range of base and wall mounted units in contemporary shaker styling with roll edge work surface over, a continuation of the worksurface to the splashbacks and ceramic one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap over. A PVCu double glazed sash window overlooks the rear elevation, there is room for a free-standing cooker into the chimney and a door to the side gives access to the utility room.
Attached to the rear of the kitchen, the handy space housing the combination Worcester boiler in a cupboard to one corner, with plumbing and electrics for free standing white goods and a PVCu double glazed door and side window gives access to the rear.
From the hallway, carpeted stairs lead to the first floor landing leading with an original wooden internal door with decorative glazing which leads into the modern family bathroom; with a three piece suite, wall mounted square hand wash basin, low level w.c and wide bath, power shower and tiled splashbacks to two sides. The room is finished with tiled flooring, wall mounted towel rails to one side and an obscurely glazed PVCu double glazed sash window to the rear.
The bedroom accommodation is of good size with two double bedrooms facing the front and rear both benefiting from original fireplaces with inset tiling and sash windows. The smaller bedroom three is found to the front with sash PVC double glazed window. Many properties in this area have extended into the loft space to provide a good size master bedroom with en suite subject to necessary permissions being granted.
Externally, to the front a half walled entrance is laid to decorative wood chippings whilst to the rear you find an above average size garden for the area with large decked area directly accessed from the dining room with steps leading down to a further area laid to artificial grass with side area laid to decorative stones, mature shrubs and plantings and steps leading to the rear gates and service lane.
There is a freestanding metal storage shed and attached to the rear of the utility room is the original external w.c which could be used for additional storage.
In summary the property is offered to the market with no onward chain and vacant possession. The property has an above average size garden in a southerly facing direction and the frontage offers a wider and plentiful selection of on road parking which means the property should appeal to those looking on both sides of Peverell an early viewing is highly recommended.
PEVERELL 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.
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 ' C ' for council tax purposes and the amount payable for the year 2019/2020 is £1611.68 (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: C2864