Fore Street, Plymouth, PL5
Guide Price £200,000
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Description

This attractive, 1960’s built, mid-terraced house, is located in this highly sought village, renowned for its community spirit and famed for its three local pubs and access to nearby stunning, local, beauty spots, such as Tamerton creek/nature reserve and Lopwell Dam. Local amenities include, a convenience store, and Marydean Primary School, Sir John Hunt Secondary School, is located within 1.5 miles of the village.

Comprising: Entrance hall, kitchen, lounge/diner, garden room, landing, three bedrooms (each with fitted wardrobes), shower room and separate W.C.

Whilst the house requires a little updating it is, however, equipped with PVCu double glazing and gas central heating (with a recently replaced combination boiler) and has been lovingly cared for, by the current owner for many years.

To it’s rear, the house has a very small, low maintenance, south westerly facing courtyard with a sizeable original block-built store (there is a similar, smaller store within the garden room).

If you have the vision and foresight to modernise this house, in this valued village setting, on the north westerns fringes of the city and its adjacent countryside, located approximately 2.5 miles from Derriford Hospital, we’d urge your personal viewing, promptly, to avoid disappointment.

TAMERTON FOLIOT
Tamerton Foliot, a village within a city.....a beautiful conservation area with significant historic value. Tamerton Foliot is a popular village surrounded by countryside. Nestled approximately five miles north-west of Plymouth city centre. Regular bus routes give access to the city and surrounding areas. The village is also readily accessible to the business areas on the northern side of Plymouth including Derriford Hospital. The A38 is only about two and a half miles away. Dartmoor National Park lies within about three miles to the north. The area is considered a dog walkers paradise with walks along the well-known beauty spot 'Tamerton Creek' at the junction of the Tamar and Tavy Rivers. Cann and Whitleigh woods also provide beautiful, picturesque walking opportunities. The village is served by its own amenities including post office, shops, pubs, one of which is the Seven Stars 13th Century Pub in the heart of the village, the oldest pub in Plymouth. A choice of take away establishments and the popular, highly regarded school, Mary Dean's Primary. Tamerton has a lovely friendly village atmosphere with various clubs and events available to all ages. The village is proud to boast its own quaint annual village carnival/fete, which attracts people from surrounding areas and provides much pleasure for the villagers.

OUTGOINGS
We understand the property is in band ' B ' for council tax purposes and the amount payable for the year 2022/2023 is £11561.96 (by internet enquiry with Plymouth City Council). These details are subject to change

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