Mannamead  /  £525,000

4 Bedroom Semi-Detached House

Sold STC

4 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
1 Ensuite
3 Reception rooms

Mannamead

Ref: R.5805/15980

  • Impressive period built semi-detached house
  • Exceptionally well presented comfortably appointed welcoming home
  • Many period features, complimented by a host of modern conveniences
  • Ground floor - Entrance porch, reception hall, spacious front set lounge
  • Good sized dining room, generous sized modern fitted integrated kitchen/breakfast room
  • Utility room, downstairs wc
  • First floor - Balcony, three double bedrooms, family bathroom/wc
  • Second floor- Large master bedroom, ensuite shower room, walk-in loft eaves storage
  • Externally - Relatively large level plot, drive with parking for four vehicles
  • Generous sized garage, out buildings, extensive level lawned rear garden

THE PROPERTY An impressive and beautifully restored, upgraded and improved home, providing a comfortably appointed and well presented accommodation.

The property retaining the original style and many features restored, upgraded and improved to the original condition, emulating and copying the style, for example with timber work in the kitchen.

The generously proportioned accommodation on the ground floor with entrance porch, reception hall with timber flooring, spacious front set lounge, with original period open working fireplace, dining room with french doors overlooking and open to the rear garden, and this with reproduction fireplace. A spacious modern fitted integrated kitchen with working wood burning stove, french doors to the side and window overlooking the back garden. The kitchen integrated and with a useful island. Off this a utility room, and a wc which houses the Worcester boiler. At first floor level a landing with an attractive features including a balcony set to the front, timber detailing to the staircase etc, and this giving access at first floor level to three spacious double bedrooms, each with period fireplaces, storage facilities and a well appointed family bathroom. At second floor level the original staircase rising to a large master bedroom ,with built-in storage and ensuite shower room/wc, with an access hatch into a spacious eaves/loft storage room.

The property stands on a relatively large roughly triangular shaped plot, widest at the front and narrowing towards the rear. With remote controlled gates opening into a private drive and providing ample space to park various vehicles and with room to turn on site. A generous sized garage and useful outbuildings. A gate opens to the side and here a delightful wide paved patio, ideal for alfresco entertaining. An extensive rear garden laid to lawn, with decked area to the end and enclosed by walling.

LOCATION Situated in Mannamead bordering on Hartley in this prime popular residential area. With a good variety of local services to hand and the position convenient for access into the city and nearby connection to major routes in other directions.

ACCOMMODATION The property affords the following accommodation. NB The measurements supplied are for guidance only and prospective buyers are advised to check these before committing themselves to any expense.

Panelled part glazed front door with two double glazed windows to either side into:

GROUND FLOOR

ENTRANCE LOBBY 7' 1" x 3' 8" (2.16m x 1.12m) Tiled floor. Leaded glazed window and panelled part glazed door into:

RECEPTION HALL 13' 6" x 7' 8" minimum (4.11m x 2.34m) Coved ceiling, picture rail and dado rail. Carved detailing, staircase with carpeted runner, timber newel post, banister and rails rises and turns to the first floor. Understairs storage cupboard. Timber boarded floor.

LOUNGE 16' 1" x 13' 3" (4.9m x 4.04m) Wide picture window to the front. focal feature fireplace with timber surround, reproduction cast iron fireback and slate polished hearth. Picture rail. Timber boarded floor.

DINING ROOM 13' 6" x 12' 0" (4.11m x 3.66m) French doors with windows to either side overlook and open to the rear garden. Coved ceiling and picture rail. focal feature fireplace with timber surround, reproduction cast iron fireback with fitted gas fire. Double storage cupboards to either side of the chimney breast. Timber boarded floor.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 18' 5" x 11' 9" (5.61m x 3.58m) Spacious light and airy with picture window overlooking the back garden and french doors overlooking and opening to the side patio. Quality fitted kitchen with an excellent range of cupboard and drawer storage with worksurfaces, tiled splashbacks, and contemporary Belfast style sink with chrome mixer tap, Rangemaster stove incorporating two ovens, grill, six variable sized gas hob with illuminated extractor hood over. Integrated appliances include automatic dishwasher, fridge and wine chiller.

UTILITY ROOM 6' 2" x 4' 9" (1.88m x 1.45m) Window to the side and pvc part double glazed back door. Space and plumbing suitable for automatic washing, space for freezer and tumble dryer.

WC Double glazed window to the side. White modern suite with close coupled wc and wall hung wash hand basin.

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING Timber balustrading running up to the second floor. Window to the front, panelled part glazed door to front set balcony, with decorative iron railing. Dado rail.

BEDROOM TWO 18' 5" x 12' 0" (5.61m x 3.66m) maximum. Picture window to the front and box bay window to the side, providing a light and airy room. Coved ceiling and picture rail. Focal feature cast iron fireplace. Pedestal wash hand basin. Recessed cupboard storage.

BEDROOM THREE 13' 6" x 12' 2" (4.11m x 3.71m) Picture window to the rear enjoying long views looking towards Dartmoor in the distance. Focal feature period fireplace with tiled slips, tiled hearth and built-in cupboard to the left handside of the chimney breast.

BEDROOM FOUR 11' 9" x 11' 3" (3.58m x 3.43m) With windows to the side and picture window to the rear enjoying an open outlook looking over the garden and beyond towards Dartmoor in the distance. Picture rail. Focal feature period cast iron fireback with tiled hearth. Timber boarded floor.

FAMILY BATHROOM Two double glazed windows to the side. Quality white suite with close coupled wc, pedestal wash hand basin, free standing period style contemporary panelled bath with claw feet, side set mixer tap and shower attachment. Separate corner tiled shower with thermostatic control, tiled splashbacks.

SECOND FLOOR

LANDING Door into:

MASTER BEDROOM 19' 0" max x 16' 7" max (5.79m x 5.05m) Inpart 13'11" 7ft wide picture window to the rear enjoying views looking over the garden and beyond across Plymouth towards Dartmoor in the distance. Velux double glazed roof light to the front. Built-in storage cupboard. Door into:

ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM Velux double glazed roof light. White modern suite with close coupled wc, wall hung wash hand basin, tiled shower with thermostatic shower control, handheld mixer and overhead douche spray. Stained glass window. Chrome ladder radiator. Door to extensive floored loft storage area with light point.

EXTERNALLY 10ft wide substantial double timber gates on automatic remote control activation open into an extensive front courtyard, laid out with stone chippings and brick pavers to the perimeter. This area providing off street parking and turning on site for four vehicles. Giving access to the detached garage on one side. Also, with a useful wood store and adjoining machinery store. A door opens between the garage and house to the side patio and courtyard, walled with natural limestone walling, an ideal area for alfresco entertaining. This leading through to the long level back garden, laid out with a wide paved patio running the full width and beyond a long lawned garden, with a number of ornamental bushes and shrubs, semi-circular raised borders, lime stone walling, fence and hedge boundaries. At the end decked area with timber built seating.

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