Mannamead, Plymouth

4 Bed
1 Bath
2 Reception
1 Kitchen
Lawson are delighted to market this well appointed, terraced, Victorian family townhouse in a desirable quiet location just a short walk from all amenities and benefiting from character accommodation retaining many original features and arranged over three floors comprising; a double glazed front door leads to an entrance hall; with decorative moulded ceiling, dado rail and a door to the sitting room; a fantastic room with a large bay window to the rear elevation, a southerly aspect, moulded ceiling, picture rail, stripped wooden door, a feature marble fireplace with cast iron insert, decorative tiles, picture rail and a door leading to bedroom four; a spacious double with a further original fireplace, cast iron insert and slate surround and mantel, picture rail, moulded ceiling, window to the rear elevation. A door to the bathroom which is fitted with a matching four-piece suite comprising; a double ended bath with central mixer tap, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c, a walk-in tiled shower cubicle, Mira shower unit and heated towel rail. Carpeted stairs descend to the lower ground floor with stripped wooden flooring and stained-glass door leading to a small PVCu lean to, under stairs storage, dado rail and a door to utility room; with plumbing for a washing machine, power and light. A PVCu door to the front lower courtyard.

The recently installed, luxury kitchen which is fitted with a matching range of base and eye level units, granite worksurfaces, a Belfast sink with mixer tap, integral dishwasher, Range cooker, wine cooler, window to the front elevation, stripped wooden flooring, built in larder cupboard and boiler cupboard housing the wall mounted gas fired combination boiler. An original cast iron Range with a slate surround, hearth and mantel. The kitchen opens into the dining room; a spacious room with a large bay window and French doors leading to the south facing rear garden, moulded ceiling, ceiling rose, dado rail and a further period fireplace with a cast iron insert, open grate and a wooden surround and mantel.

From the ground floor hallway stairs ascend to the first-floor landing; with a window to the rear elevation, pull down loft access with a folding ladder to the boarded loft with two useful loft storage rooms, Velux windows, power and light.
A door leads to bedroom one a spacious double with a window to the rear elevation, far reaching views, built-in wardrobe storage cupboard with stripped doors, feature fireplace with a wooden surround and mantel, cast iron grate. Bedroom two, a further double with a window to the rear elevation, built-in storage cupboard, feature fireplace with a cast iron insert, surround and mantel. Bedroom three a large single with a window to the rear elevation, cast iron fireplace.

Externally, the property is approached via a private wooden gate leading to a front courtyard garden which is fully wall enclosed with a flagged patio and steps leading to a lower courtyard and outside light. A particular feature of property is its south facing rear garden with steps leading down to a level lawn and vegetable bed. The rear garden has a gateway to a small rear service lane. The property has the benefit of double glazing throughout, gas central heating via the combination boiler. A viewing is highly recommended.

HARTLEY Hartley is built on higher ground offering views south towards the sea, east into the South Hams, north over Dartmoor and west to Cornwall. It is bisected by the Tavistock Road which also provides ready access to Mutley and the City Centre to the south and more immediate access to the A38 Plymouth Parkway, part of the Devon Expressway linking nearby Exeter to the motorway network.

Hartley has a non-conformist church, a large branch of Morrisons and is home to Plymouth Croquet Club and the small independent Christian King's School. Compton C of E Primary School and Manadon Vale Primary Schools are within 1 mile of Hartley. The former Plymouth Workhouse on the junction of Tor Lane and Tavistock Road has been demolished and rebuilt as a gated retirement community, called Consort Village. There are some substantial Victorian villas mostly bordering the Tavistock Road, but much of the development particularly of the Venn Estate occurred, in the 1930's, just before the Second War.

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 ' D ' for council tax purposes and the amount payable for the year 2019/2020 is £1813.14 (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. C2890
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