Close to good schooling and amenities, this versatile and spacious period property offers splendid family accommodation set across four levels. This well-regarded road offers ample on street parking with good frontage enabling the properties to be set back with large, long plots with elevated level to the rear allowing the properties to have extra basement space.
Approached from the front, a half-walled entrance with iron gate leads to the front garden with inset block paving and small wildflower garden to the side. An original wooden door with inset original glazing leads into the entrance vestibule with an internal Oak door leading into the entrance hallway. The property is light and spacious throughout with the ground and first floor both benefitting from stripped wooden flooring, high ceilings, cornice and coving - in keeping with the age of the property (circa 1900s).
The ground floor benefits from a large living room with large bay window to the front elevation, stripped wooden flooring, high ceiling cornice and a beautiful original open fire with surround, hearth, and inset tiling. A door to the hallway is found to the side and a large opening allows the accommodation to flow into the adjoining dining room. Another large space, the Dining Room has a window to the rear and equally impressive original marble fireplace with hearth and tiling creating a real focal point.
From the hallway stairs ascend to the first floor and stairs descend to the basement level.
The rear tenement houses a handy utility room which also benefits from a W.C, matching base and wall mounted units, worksurface, stainless steel sink and drainer and space for white goods, a wall mounted combination boiler and an obscurely glazed window to the side.
The most impressive kitchen breakfast room benefits from a large window to the side allowing light into a good area for a small breakfast table and chairs with tiled flooring, smooth ceiling with inset spot lights, leading into the kitchen area. The kitchen benefits from a matching range of base and wall mounted units in contemporary Shaker styling with rolled edge work surface over incorporating stylish Belfast sink with drainer, space for freestanding white goods and space for a double range oven with gas point and attractive tiled splashback. Making the most of its elevated position, French doors open out from the rear of the kitchen breakfast room onto a balcony with views across rooftops out towards Central Park and Plymouth Argyle Home Park and across the garden and garage. From here the garage roof is obviously visible with its attached solar panels which are fed into the National Grid and provide good income for the homeowner.
Most of the bedroom accommodation is found on the first floor with three large double bedrooms ; two to the front and one to the rear. The larger bedroom, bedroom two, benefits from a large bay window mirroring the living room with built in storage into the chimney recess.
The continuation of wooden flooring is found throughout this level and a handy shower room between bedrooms two and three incorporates a curved shower cubicle with electric shower, low-level WC, vanity style hand wash basin. The room is attractively decorated with sealed and varnished wood flooring and tiles from floor to ceiling.
The most impressive loft conversion was completed in 2007 and provides a spacious double bedroom with large Velux windows to the rear elevation allowing in ample light to the room. An additional window to the front of the property floods light into a dressing area with access to an en- suite; with deep bath, mixer shower over with shower screen, wall mounted hand wash basin and low-level WC. Attractively tiled on the floor and walls and benefiting from the Velux window.
Perhaps one of the most intriguing elements of the property is the lower basement which gives any potential purchaser the benefit of having a separate annex or large office space. The large family room/bedroom five is currently utilised as a study and gymspace and benefits from solid wood flooring and large window to side with French doors to the rear giving access to the garden.
A full bathroom is found adjacent with access from the inner hallway. A good size room with space for freestanding storage benefiting from vanity style hand wash basin, WC with concealed cistern, sunken shower bath with shower screen to one side, rainfall shower head and a window to side which gives natural light into this area.
The rear garden offers a good space with a natural wildflower and woodland feel, with mature shrubs and trees benefiting local wildlife. The patio area is found towards the top of the garden with steps leading down to a secondary area with a busy natural pond. Lower down the garden there offers a shady relaxing area in which to enjoy the abundant visits of wildlife - A real Oasis in the City.
A path to the rear garden leads to the rear service lane and a door to the side of the garage with roll up and over door to the service lane. The Garage benefits from power and light.
Beautifully maintained, the property office a great opportunity for those with a growing family and has the benefit of Hyde Park junior school, Plymouth College and the amenities of Peverell and Mutley Plain just a stone's throw away.
An early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate all this beautiful home has to offer.
MUTLEY A suburb, close to Plymouth University, Plymouth Railway Station, Central Park and Mutley Park, served by Hyde Park and Lipson Vale primary schools, whilst being served by the retail amenities of Mutley Plain, with its bank and post office. Located approximately one mile from Plymouth City Centre, the suburb is principally made up of late Victorian, Edwardian and 1930's built housing stock (some of which has suited conversion, into flats and apartments). With its centrality, Mutley has been popular, for generations.
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 2021/2022 is £1759.92 (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 2021. C3025