Detached Property Situated on the Outskirts of Port St Mary Village.
Fabulous Panoramic Countryside and Partial Sea Views.
Planning Permission Granted for a Utility Room, WC & First Floor Bedroom.
Accommodation Comprises a Good Sized Lounge and Sitting Room.
Large Kitchen with a Clear Opening to the Dining Room.
3 Bedrooms (2 Double and 1 with En Suite WC). Separate Family Bathroom.
Oil Fired Central Heating and uPVC Double Glazing.
Lawned Front Garden with Mature Privet Hedging to the Boundaries.
Enclosed Paved Rear Yard with Steps Leading to a Raised Terrace Area.
*viewings highly recommended*
From the Four Roads roundabout travel into Port St Mary along Station Road. At the crossroads turn right onto Plantation Road then right again onto Truggan Road. The property will be found a short distance along on the left hand side, clearly identified by our For Sale board.
The half glazed timber entrance door with glazed panels above and to the sides opens into the porch.
Dado rail. Slate effect floor covering. Cupboard with built in shoe holders. The half glazed timber door with glazed panels above and to the sides opens into the hall.
Stairs lead to the first floor. Dado rail. Telephone point.
Lounge 3.89m (12'9') x 3.53m (11'7')
Having fabulous panoramic countryside and partial sea views from the large uPVC front facing windows. A recessed, open grate fireplace to one wall with a chunky slate hearth. Picture rail. Television point.
Sitting Room 3.84m (12'7') x 3.71m (12'2') max
Once again, superb panoramic countryside and partial sea views from the front aspect uPVC windows. A wood burning stove is fitted within the fireplace on a slate hearth. Picture rail. Television point.
Kitchen 3.56m (11'8') x 3.33m (10'11')
The kitchen is fitted with a range of matching beech effect wall, base and drawer units. Background tiling contrasts with the laminate worksurfaces which incorporate a 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink and a four ring ceramic hob with pull out extractor above and a fitted oven beneath. There is an integrated fridge and dishwasher. The uPVC window is to the rear elevation. Slate effect floor covering. Recessed downlights. A large clear opening leads to the dining room. Built in shelves to the recess. Door to the rear porch.
Dining Room 3.91m (12'10') x 1.88m (6'2')
The slate effect floor covering continues through from the kitchen. Glazed, French, uPVC doors with windows to either side, open out to the rear yard. There is a large velux roof window which creates a naturally bright room. Recessed downlights.
A door opens to the storage cupboard situated beneath the stairs. The slate effect floor covering continues through from the kitchen. Consumer unit and electric meter. The half glazed uPVC door opens to the outside.
A spacious area with access to the loft. Partial sloping ceiling. A uPVC window to the rear elevation on the half landing.
Bathroom 3.15m (10'4') x 2.26m (7'5')
Fitted with a period style white suite comprising a pedestal basin, WC, large panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment plus a fully tiled corner glazed enclosure with a fully plumbed shower installed. Background tiling behind the bath. Dado rail. Velux roof window. An obscure glazed uPVC window to the rear elevation. Heated towel rail. Vinyl floor covering. Shaver point.
Bedroom 2 3.84m (12'7') x 2.67m (8'9')
A double room with fantastic panoramic countryside and partial sea views from the uPVC window. Picture rail. Door to the WC.
Fitted with a white WC and vanity hand basin with storage beneath. Vinyl floor covering. Velux roof window.
Bedroom 3 2.79m (9'2') x 2.29m (7'6')
A single room with panoramic views from the front aspect uPVC window. Picture rail.
Bedroom 1 3.84m (12'7') x 3.53m (11'7')
A double room with the uPVC window to the front elevation which provides wonderful panoramic views once more. Enjoy watching the steam train trundle by in the distance. Television point for a wall mounted television.
There is an enclosed concreted and paved rear yard with access to the store. A timber gate leads to the front. Wooden steps lead up to the raised terrace area. The terrace provides a superb area for garden furniture and has a flower and shrub bed.
The oil fired 'Worcester' boiler is located here. Light and power are installed. Space for a fridge freezer. Plumbing for a washing machine.
N.B Planning permission is in place for the demolition of the current store and replaced with a utility room and WC to the ground floor and a first floor bedroom accessed via the half landing.
Having mature privet hedges to the boundaries. Laid to lawn with a concrete path leading to the entrance door. A timber shed is tucked to one corner and the oil storage tank is discreetly placed behind trellis work. A path continues to the timber gate leading to the rear.