This well presented Semi-Detached home, believed to have been built circa 1913, offers versatile accommodation set across three floors, with a lower ground floor currently set as an annex offering rental income which could be re-instated into the original building as the internal staircase is still in situ.
Close to the City Centre, with good commuter routes in and out of the City as well as Emmanuel Church and good schooling nearby, this spacious home retains many original features such as high moulded ceilings, decorative coving and mouldings as well as original stained-glass vestibule and some original fireplaces. Adapted over time the property now offers modern central heating and PVCu double glazing.
The living accommodation is found on the first floor and the property itself is accessed from the side into an attractive entrance vestibule with original coloured stained-glass glazing. Opening into an inviting hallway which includes an original working reception fireplace, stairs rise to the first floor and doors lead off to accommodation on both sides of the home.
Two large reception rooms to the front offer a large living room with living flame gas fire and focal surround, an original decorative ceiling and large curved bay window to the front. Found adjacent an impressive dining room is a dream for those that entertain, and a square bay provides natural light with again a splendid decorative ceiling in situ.
Across the hallway we find a fitted kitchen/breakfast room with rear lobby/utility off incorporating a w.c and a useful good-sized study.
The Kitchen benefits from a matching range of base and wall mounted units, finished with roll edge work surfaces over with a white tiled splashback surrounding. The space offers an inset stainless-steel sink with drainer, room for freestanding gas oven, dishwasher and window to the rear providing natural light.
The kitchen opens into a breakfasting space where we find ample room for table and chairs, freestanding large fridge freezer and a window to the rear. A feature fireplace has a timber mantelpiece over and cupboard to the side. A large Pine Welsh dresser is fitted to one side and offers ample storage space.
The bedroom accommodation is found on the first floor with a large landing space with balustrade and newel post stair rail from the impressive stairwell.
Benefitting from five bedrooms, the master bedroom is found to the front and has the benefit of an en-suite shower room, whilst the other four bedrooms offer spacious accommodation sharing a large, separate, well-appointed family bathroom/wc accessed from the landing.
At lower ground floor level the accommodation is currently used as a self-contained flat with a spacious open plan living space incorporating a kitchen area and a good sized double bedroom with en-suite shower room. The flat has its own entrance but can be accessed internally via stairs to the inner hallway and is currently rented on a short hold tenancy agreement by a professional firm bringing a return of £450 pcm.
Externally the property sits on a good-sized plot with brick inset paved driveway offering multiple off road parking, although there is also parking on-street directly outside the property. The entrance to the property is to the side with steps leading down to an enclosed landscaped rear garden with wide side access and to the rear an enclosed landscaped back garden benefits from a wide area laid to patio with lower space laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees in borders, corner patio and wooden Summerhouse.
MANNAMEAD The highly sought after Mannamead area of the City is a suburb famed for its wide, leafy avenues and large detached, semi-detached residences and grand villas. The late Victorian Anglican Emmanuel church provides a distinctive local landmark and Mannamead Road itself serves as one of the city's principal commuting routes. There is well-regarded state and private schooling nearby, including Plymouth College, Kings Primary School, Compton C of E Primary School and Hyde Park Primary School and a small selection of local shops, the area borders Hartley, Higher Compton and Peverell and continues to be a desirable purchase location. Plymouth City Centre is approximately 1.5 miles away, Henders Corner offers local amenities in the heart of the suburb, whilst Mutley Plain offers many amenities and is the neighbouring borough. The A38, is located on Mannamead's North eastern border, therefore easy access is assured, in and out of the area.
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 ' E ' for council tax purposes and the amount payable for the year 2019/2020 is £2216.06 (by internet enquiry with Plymouth City Council). These details are subject to change.
FLOORPLANS AND ENERGY PERFORMNACE 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 2020. C2905