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  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • 2 reception rooms


  • Exceptionally well presented and comfortably appointed extended home
  • Generously proportioned 1930's semi-detached house with distinct 'wow' factor
  • Porch, long reception hall, downstairs wc
  • Lounge, impressive large fitted kitchen/diner/family room
  • Three bedroom, bathroom, separate wc
  • Good off street parking on a private drive
  • Garage, south westerly facing enclosed back garden

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The property Without doubt a most impressive home which has had the benefit of a comprehensive programme of updating, improvement and refurbishment with works done to an exceptionally high standard. Major works have included the addition of a substantial full width single storey extension to the rear and remodelling of the layout to create a large open plan room having a distinct 'wow' factor and incorporating a quality fitted kitchen, dining area with wood burning stove and a family room/snug. Works undertaken by high quality craftsman including a building team for the extension, and high quality fixtures and fittings incorporated. Now providing a superbly presented and comfortably appointed home.

The property has a pleasing appearance and the layout flows well, it also provides flexibility of layout and usage depending upon your requirement.

The accommodation on the ground floor with entrance porch, original door retaining the original leaded glazed window into the hall, light and airy with cupboard under the stairs housing the Worcester boiler. A good sized front set lounge with fireplace incorporating gas fire, polished corbel stone surround. A useful separate wc. To the rear a large open plan living room, timber oak flooring, with sealed wax blend, an impressive integrated kitchen with oak worksurfaces, deep butler sink, Rangemaster cooker, extractor hood and integrated appliances such as dishwasher. With lots of extra features. Dining area with 'clearview' wood burning stove and at the rear with window and french doors overlooking and opening to the back garden. At first floor level with original stain glass window to the side, three good sized bedrooms and master to the front with bay window and storage under, a third good sized bedroom to the front and a second bedroom currently used as a teaching room, carefully and expensively upgraded and incorporating sound proofing and aircon system and this room potentially providing a home office. A well appointed family bathroom, metro tiling mirroring the downstairs style, and a separate wc.

Other features include original 1930's internal panelled doors with carefully restored bakelite handles and other period features. Modern conveniences with new fascias, soffits and guttering, to both the property and the garage. Newly decorated, carpeted and floored throughout. Without doubt a most well presented home.

Location Found in this highly popular street of Reddington Road in the sought after area of Higher Compton. With a good variety of local services and amenities found close by including a choice of mini supermarkets, bus services, parish church and with schools close by. The position convenient for easy access into the city and close by 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.

Storm porch Slate covered with panelled door with leaded glazed light and leaded glazed windows to either side into:

Ground floor

hall 17' 5" x 6' 1" (5.31m x 1.85m) Incorporating staircase with timber newel posts, banister rails and with carpeted treads rising and turning to the first floor. Useful understairs storage cupboard housing mains gas meter, mains electric meter and consumer unit. Smoke detector.

WC Patterned obscured glazed window to the side, white modern suite with close coupled wc and corner wash hand basin.

Lounge 14' 6" x 12' 9" (4.42m x 3.89m) Wide uPVC double glazed bay window to the front. Attractive focal feature corbels stone fireplace with brass fitted gas fire. Picture rail.

Kitchen/diner/family room 22' 10" x 18' 9" max (6.96m x 5.72m) Set overlooking the back garden with window in the kitchen area and French doors and windows opening to the rear. Two Velux glazed roof lights with fitted black out blinds. Spacious open plan room incorporating quality l-shaped fitted kitchen with island, hardwood worksurfaces, travertine tiling splashback, an excellent range of cupboard and drawer storage, range of features include pull out wicker baskets, chopping board and tray, spice rack, pull out bin store, deep butler sink with cupboard under, pan drawers, and a range of quality integrated appliances include Rangemaster Kitchener incorporating five variable sized gas rings, dual electric oven and grill, Rangemaster extractor hood over, integrated upright fridge/freezer, automatic dishwasher, automatic washing machine and tumble dryer. Clearview wood burning stove standing on a slate hearth, solid oak flooring, numerous power points, various lighting, and four dimmer switches.

First floor

landing Picture rail, dado rail to the stairwell, and leaded stainless glass window to the side. Smoke detector.

Bedroom one 15' 2" x 11' 10" (4.62m x 3.61m) Wide bay window to the front with far reaching views towards Dartmoor in the distance. Built-in seating incorporating storage under. Picture rail.

Bedroom two 13' 1" x 11' 11" (3.99m x 3.63m) Window to the rear with long views and currently being used as a home office/music teaching room. Incorporating a high degree of insulation, excellent lighting and Daikin aircon/heating system. Picture rail.

Bedroom three 8' 4" x 7' 1" (2.54m x 2.16m) Window to the front. Picture rail.

Bathroom Patterned obscured glazed window to the rear. Quality white suite with pedestal wash hand basin, Bette panelled bath with separate chrome taps, metro bevelled edged tiles, thermostatic shower over, glass shower screen, extractor fan, ceiling light point and access hatch to loft.

WC Patterned obscured glazed window to the side. White close coupled Topravit wc.

Externally A wide opening between brick pillars into a front laid tarmac drive and providing off street parking for one or two vehicles and giving access to the drive to the side, laid to decorative stone chippings and leading to the rear set garage. Wall and fence boundaries and a border containing a number of ornamental bushes and shrubs. A gate opens to the enclosed back garden.

Here a good sized south and westerly facing near level back garden, laid mainly to lawn, borders to the perimeter covered with bark mulch and containing a variety of ornamental bushes and shrubs. To the perimeter carefully replaced timber overlap fencing. External lighting. Paved patio.

Garage 16' 3" x 8' 4" (4.95m x 2.54m) approx internal measurements. Metal up and over door to the front. UPVC double glazed window to the rear. Mains electric power and lighting with separate consumer unit.

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council tax band C

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Local Amenities

  • Plymouth 1.5 miles
  • Plymouth (Barbican) Landing Stage 2 miles
  • Compton CofE Primary School 0.3 miles
  • Eggbuckland Community College 0.4 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Plymouth 1.5 miles
  • Plymouth (Barbican) Landing Stage 2 miles
  • Compton CofE Primary School 0.3 miles
  • Eggbuckland Community College 0.4 miles

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23rd Oct 2020 £300,000 First listed
1st Feb 2008 £186,500 Last sold

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