Christopher’s South Hams are pleased to present this mid-terrace home set in a tucked away cul-de-sac yet just a short stroll from the town centre.
A small entrance vestibule offers stairs to the first floor and a downstairs cloakroom. The spacious sitting room is immediately welcoming and invites you through to the kitchen/dining room which overlooks the lovely, private rear garden. Upstairs there are 2 double bedrooms and a single. The master bedroom offers built-in wardrobes and an ensuite shower and there is a family bathroom as well. Outside there is a short pathway and gravel area leading to the front door with the main garden to the rear. This can be accessed through the kitchen or via a shared archway to the side. The rear garden is currently laid to patio making it a superb low maintenance space. To the rear, there is private parking for one vehicle adjacent to a garage with light and power connected and this can also be accessed via a pedestrian gate from the garden. This property has been used as a rental until recently and would now benefit from some TLC to showcase its true potential and to take advantage of its great location. This property would make a fantastic home or indeed to offer an investment opportunity again.
Close to Town Centre
Master with Integrated Storage and En-suite Shower
Garage & Parking
Richly steeped in history, the old stannary town of Plympton is sited on an ancient trackway called ‘the Ridgeway’ from Dartmoor with its earliest surviving documentary reference coming from and Anglo-Saxon charter reading ‘Plymentun’ deriving from the adjective plymen meaning ‘growing with plum-trees’, or ‘Plum-tree farm’. Alternative derivations suggest a possible relationship to the Latin plombum which means ‘tin’ and may be a nod to the town’s history as an important trading centre for locally mined tin. Today, Plympton sits in the shadow of the now ruined Norman motte-and-bailey castle that still dominates the landscape. The town in general retains its medieval street pattern and together with a number of historic buildings, variety of architecture as well as the nearby Iron Age hill fort of Boringdon Camp, there are details all around to attest to the town’s varying past. Plympton now offers a bustling hub with a wealth of amenities including retail, primary and secondary schools, healthcare services, leisure facilities, sports clubs, pubs and cafes and places of worship which altogether manages to preserve a village feel for this ever-developing town. Excellent transport links give access to the larger surrounding towns and vibrant waterfront city of Plymouth.
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Plymouth City Council, Plymouth, PL1 3BJ
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Strictly by appointment through Christopher’s South Hams, 01752 746550
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