Station Road, Yelverton, PL20


Lawson are pleased to present this two double bedroom, end of terrace of terrace property which has been the subject of recent modernisation by the current owner to include the installation of a modern kitchen, bathroom and shower room, a new roof, central heating system and re-decoration and flooring throughout, in tasteful, neutral colours whilst still retaining much of the charming character you would expect from a property of this era. The property is located close to the heart of village offering easy access to the amenities on offer.

The living accommodation which is arranged over three mezzanine levels comprises entrance hall with storage cupboard leading to a lounge and dining room, from the dining room there is a staircase with a few steps leading down to a modern fitted kitchen/breakfast room, and a family bathroom, the stairs also ascend to the first floor where there there are two generous double bedrooms and a shower room.

Externally to the front there is a path to the front door and at the rear there is a courtyard with storage shed leading to the rear parking area, providing parking for approximately 2/3 cars which in turn gives access to a very generous, lawned garden in excess of 100ft in length which is enclosed by fence boundaries.

The property also has the benefit of PVCu double glazing, gas central heating and enjoys attractive views across the surrounding countryside from the rear elevation.

This tranquil Devonshire village has been labelled a World Heritage Site and offers a rare local railway station which forms part of the Tamar Valley Line, connecting to the waterside village of Bere Ferrers and Calstock plus onto Plymouth City in around 20 minutes, Tavistock and Yelverton are both 15 minutes away by car. There are Several shops including a post office stores with local bakery, two small supermarkets, butchers, hairdressers, café/restaurant, takeaway, pharmacy, doctors surgery, primary school, public house, bus services and a garage with petrol station. The surrounding fields of the village are peppered with public footpaths which have beautiful walks and views of the Tamar River and surrounding countryside. The Bere Peninsula is formed by the Rivers Tavy and Tamar creating a special secluded area steeped in history. Due to the rivers there are also public slipways and boat yards at Bere Ferrers and Weir Quay along with a gig club and excellent outdoor pursuit facilities.

We understand the property is in band ' B ' for council tax purposes and the amount payable for the year 2022/2023 is £1716.57 (by internet enquiry with West Devon Borough Council). These details are subject to change