12 Church Rd, Plymouth PL7 1NH, UK
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Last Sold: MAR 1996
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AI think: £185,188
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Agents think: £299,995 1 agent(s) valuations found
HPI banks think: £209,657
Luscombe Maye - Yealmpton Sales Agent Valuation of this property is £299,995
Description Set within the heart of the popular Plympton St Maurice Village, Luscombe Maye present this superb Grade II Listed 3 storey town house. The property is located just off the main thoroughfare on Fore Street, conveniently located for the local amenities of The Ridgeway. On the ground floor, the property features a farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room with an original stove, whilst there is also a dining room. The lounge is located on the first floor level with twin windows to front aspect with an open fireplace whilst there is a second bedroom also. The third floor accommodates the principal bedroom with original fireplace, bedroom 3 and family bathroom. Outside there is a garden with a useful outbuilding/workshop with external light.
The property offers an abundance of features and provides the potential for prospective purchasers to create their own style for their new home. We are advised that there is no upper chain.
Situation Plympton St Maurice is located on the outskirts of Plymouth, close to the South Hams Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Protected by a Conservation Order and with an active local community, there is a real village feel to the area. It has a 15th century church and there are the remains of a Norman castle with Motte-and-Bailey which form part of 'The Green'. More contemporary facilities nearby are a 'Good' primary school, two public houses and St Elizabeth House fine dining restaurant and hotel. In Plympton further amenities include a doctor's surgery, the Ridgeway shopping area, two secondary schools, supermarkets, library, swimming pool, tennis courts, bowling green and cricket field. The city centre of Plymouth is approximately 20 minutes away and there is a regular bus service.
Plymouth itself is an historic and vibrant waterside city, well provided with colleges, grammar and public schools, a modern university, the Peninsula Medical School, Theatre Royal and cinemas, large department stores, cafes, bistros and restaurants. The leisure facilities are outstanding with superb water-sports in and around Plymouth Sound and the Plymouth Life Centre. Outdoor pursuits are also in close proximity with cycling on the Plym Valley Cycle Trail, walking, climbing and horse-riding on nearby Dartmoor National Park, golf at Boringdon and Elfordleigh and beaches such as Wembury and Mothecombe.
Entrance Substantial front door leading to:
Hallway With wood panelling, stone arches, tiled floor. Access to both kitchen and dining room, further door to rear garden.
Dining room Window to front aspect, recessed fireplace, radiator, archway to:-
side lobby With further front door and archway to:-
kitchen/breakfast room An irregular shaped room with window to side and rear aspects, wooden glazed door to garden (via hallway). Kitchen fitted with a range of wall and base units with worktops over, tiled splashbacks, inset one and a half bowl sink with drainer to one side. Integrated double oven, gas hob, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge/freezer, original stove. Wooden floor. Radiator. Granite steps continuing onto staircase to first floor.
First floor landing Window to rear aspect, radiator. Staircase to second floor. Doors to Bedroom 2 and Sitting Room.
Bedroom 2 Window to rear aspect. Radiator. Fitted storage cupboard.
Sitting room Two windows to front aspect with window seats, fireplace with wood burning stove on hearth, radiator.
Second floor landing Window to rear aspect. Loft hatch. Doorways through to:-
principal bedroom Sash window to front aspect with seat below. Inset fireplace, wood panelling, radiator.
Bedroom 3 Sash window to front aspect with seat below. Radiator.
Bathroom Window to rear aspect, sunken bath, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback, low level WC, shower cubicle with wall mounted shower, tiled surrounds and curved glazed screen, tiled floor with underfloor heating. Sloped pitched ceiling.
Outside To the rear of the property is a pleasant courtyard with stone walls to both sides and raised chipping stone patio area which leads to an additional workshop/outhouse with outside light. This area, not including the workshop, is approximately 5.8m max x 5.7m max.
Services All mains services are connected to the property ?
Council tax & local authority The property is in Band C. Plymouth City Council.
Viewings Strictly by appointment with Luscombe May Estate Agent's Yealmpton Office. Tel: Or Email: