Description This detached dormer, bungalow thought to date from the 1920's/1930's, has recently been extended by the additional conversion of the attic floor to create first floor accommodation. Available with no onward chain, the property retains period features across the ground floor, including high ceilings, large windows and architectural details such as decorative coving and picture rails. This spacious property is well suited for those looking for multi-generational living with the potential to create an annexe to one part of the ground floor. In brief, the accommodation comprises 6 bedrooms, (3 to the first floor and 3 to the ground floor), 4 bathrooms (2 ensuite to the first floor bedrooms and 2 to the ground floor), 2 reception rooms, kitchen and utility room. The property benefits from double glazing throughout and gas central heating.
From the front entrance, to the right of the wide entrance hall, there are 3 double bedrooms, WC and bathroom, (bath, basin and separate shower cubicle), on the right hand side of the house, which could be used to create an annexe or separate living area for a relative. Alternatively, they could be used as home office space/further reception rooms. To the left of the hallway are the sitting and dining rooms. The triple aspect sitting room has a door to a decked area of the garden and tiled fireplace with wooden surround and mantel and gas fire. The dining room features a period fireplace, (not in use), with green tiles. Beyond the dining room, lies the kitchen.
The kitchen features a decorative stained glass window which lets light in from the hallway, with a further window to the rear. It is fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted cupboards, with solid wood doors and drawer-fronts and is complemented by a tiled worktop inset with one and a half bowl sink with drainer and a 5 ring gas hob. Integrated appliances include a fan assisted oven, dishwasher, undercounter fridge and separate freezer. An opening leads into the large utility room, which continues with the same style of kitchen cupboards and a laminate worktop inset with Belfast sink. Space and plumbing for a washing machine and drier. Access to shower room, cupboard housing Worcester gas central heating boiler and external door to garden.
The first floor features a master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and 2 further double bedrooms with access to a 'Jack and Jill' ensuite shower room. The master ensuite boasts a whirlpool corner bath, shower cubicle, contemporary wash hand basin and WC, whilst the 'Jack and Jill' shower room has shower cubicle, His and Hers basins and WC. A pressurised hot water cylinder provides hot water across the house.
Outside The private driveway provides parking for several vehicles. Beyond the drive is a lawn with a few mature trees. To the side of the house by the sitting room is a decked area and to the rear, a path and small lawn. Two timber sheds provide storage and both have electricity and light.
Council tax and local authority Band F, (subject to improvement notice). Plymouth City Council.
Services All mains services are connected to the property.
Viewing arrangements Strictly by appointment with Luscombe Maye.
Situation The village-like atmosphere of Elburton and close proximity to the countryside of the South Hams continues to ensure that the location remains one of the most sought-after areas within the city of Plymouth. Amenities include the ofsted rated 'Outstanding' Elburton primary school, post office, Co-op convenience store, butcher's shop, bakery, public houses, take-aways and regular bus service into Plymstock and Plymouth. Excellent secondary schooling is available at Coombe Dean and Plymstock. Nearby Plymstock Broadway has a wider range of shops, library, health centre, supermarkets and the city centre of Plymouth is only 4.5 miles with a range of large department stores, restaurants, cinemas, theatres, grammar schools, colleges and university. The nearby beaches of Wembury and Bovisand are easily accessible along with the countryside of the South Hams.