24 Brean Down Rd, Plymouth PL3 5PX, UK
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Last Sold: JUN 2001
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AI think: £247,544
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Agents think: £330,000 1 agent(s) valuations found
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Cross Keys Estates Agent Valuation of this property is £330,000
*Guide Price £330,000 - £340,000*
Cross Keys Estates are proud to present this beautiful 1930's semi-detached house found along the sought after Brean Down Road in the heart of Peverell. The property has been a much loved family home for many years and is in excellent condition throughout, offering accommodation comprising entrance hallway, living room with bay window and wood burning stove, dining room with bay window and stunning views, modern fitted kitchen, three generous bedrooms and a modern family bathroom, along with a large family room, store room and a WC on the lower ground floor. Benefitting from uPVC double glazing and gas central heating throughout, the property also boasts a nicely sized, southerly facing rear garden and a brick paved driveway providing most useful off-road parking. We definitely recommend viewing this fantastic home to appreciate all it has to offer!
Peverell lies in central Plymouth and includes the city's largest green recreational area – Central Park. It was originally part of the manor of Weston Peverell, and is named in the Domesday Book. The area includes schools and several churches and borders Central Park, often thought of as "the green lung" of Plymouth. The terms on which the land was sold for development at the turn of the 20th century stipulated that no pubs should be built on the land, as the seller was a strict abstainer, this has resulted in the district having a residential atmosphere with very few problems. Peverell is a highly-popular and established residential area situated some two miles from the city centre and Plymouth University, it is also an excellent area in which to enjoy 'city life'. The area consists mostly of Victorian and Edwardian terraced houses, and is seen by residents and estate agents as a safe, solid and central area with a good-quality housing stock and few social problems. Local residents are fortunate to have Central Park on their doorstep for recreation, Central Park itself has the impressive Life Centre, with its internationally-renowned and Olympic-sized swimming pool. There are many sports fields within Central Park, as well as Plymouth Argyle Football Club's Home Park stadium and the 'Goals' football centre. Peverell has clusters of shops at both ends of its main thoroughfare, Peverell Park Road. They include a lively mix of independent traders and smaller supermarkets. The eastern side borders Mutley Plain, which has a good selection of shops and services. There are two gp surgeries in Peverell and several more within easy reach; there are several dental surgeries within two miles. Local places of worship include Hope Baptist Church, St Edwards rc Church and Peverell Park Methodist Church. Peverell is a charming area in which to live, with many tree-lined avenues and easy access to a fabulous array of local facilities. Hyde Park is a delightful parade of useful and 'chic' outlets, including a jewellers, an interior designers, a gallery, a local butcher and a hairdressers. The nearest pubs to Peverell include The Brittania Inn, The Cherry Tree Pub and The Hyde Park, which all serve good food. There are several oriental and Indian takeaways, plus a greater selection on nearby Mutley Plain. There are three particularly popular primary schools nearby: Montpelier, Hyde Park and Manadon Vale. The independent school, Plymouth College, is situated just off Hyde Park and all three grammar schools – Devonport High School for Boys, Plymouth High School for Girls and Devonport High School for Girls – are within a three-mile radius. The main routes out of the city are Tavistock Road and Outland Road, both linking with the A38 Devon Expressway at the Manadon interchange.
The waterfront city of Plymouth is set in one of the finest locations in the country, it stands right on the border between Devon and Cornwall overlooking the spectacular waters of Plymouth Sound to the south, while the remote beauty of Dartmoor National Park nudges its margins to the north. Both Devon and Cornwall have long been cherished as holiday destinations with fabulous beaches, stunning unspoilt countryside, historic town and many more famous attractions such as the Eden Project. Plymouth city centre has a pedestrianised shopping centre with its newly opened undercover shopping centre. It has a large modern multi-screen cinema complex and the well known Theatre Royal which regularly plays host to The Birmingham Royal Ballet in addition to the musicals, plays, comedies and operas that are staged throughout the year. In contrast, The Barbican offers a more cosmopolitan atmosphere being Plymouth city’s oldest quarter. The area overlooks a pretty harbour and includes a variety of small independent shops, a number of wine bars, restaurants and cafes with open air seating. Plymouth is easily accessed via the M5 motorway which joins the A38 at Junction 31. The city can also be reached via rail, via the National Express coach network and via airports located in Exeter (49 miles away) and Plymouth airport (5 miles from the city centre).
Sitting Room (5.24m x 3.78m (17'2" x 12'5"))
Dining Room (5.09m x 3.48m (16'8" x 11'5"))
Kitchen (3.10m x 2.15m (10'2" x 7'1"))
Bedroom 1 (5.24m x 3.48m (17'2" x 11'5"))
Bedroom 2 (5.10m x 3.48m (16'9" x 11'5"))
Bedroom 3 (2.83m x 2.15m (9'3" x 7'1"))
Family Room (5.21m x 4.07m (17'1" x 13'4"))
Utility Area (6.18m x 1.56m (20'3" x 5'1"))
Store Room (3.97m x 3.55m (13'0" x 11'7" ))
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Cross Keys Estates also offer a professional, ARLA accredited Lettings and Management Service. If you are considering renting your property in order to purchase, are looking at buy to let or would like a free review of your current portfolio then please call Jo Rees, Lettings Manager on