Price £235,000 Sold

A beautifully extended semi-detached dormer bungalow situated on a level plot in a highly desirable area. The property offers spacious and adaptable accommodation that includes a modern kitchen-diner fitted with high specification appliances, a large conservatory, lounge, three well-proportioned bedrooms, shower room and first floor cloakroom. The rear garden is south facing and low maintenance. There is a garage which is approached via a private driveway. The vendors have acquired planning permission which was agreed at the end of 2015 for two rooms to be built at the side of the property and for the flat roofs to be changed to apex (further details are available).

Saltash is a thriving town across the River Tamar from Plymouth, and is known as ‘The Gateway to Cornwall`. The town centre has shops, cafes, banks and a variety of other services, plus two doctors` surgeries, a library, and a leisure centre close by. There are several primary schools, a secondary school and college. Plymouth is within easy commuting distance, and there is easy access to the south Cornish coast or to inland attractions such as the Tamar Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the National Trust estates of Cotehele and Antony.

Composite door opens into the entrance vestibule.

Entrance Vestibule:-
Offers space for coat hanging. A further door opens into the:-

Solid oak flooring which extends into the kitchen-diner. An open plan hallway with doors leading off into:-

Kitchen/Diner:- - 23'6" (7.16m) Max x 13'5" (4.09m) Max
Modern, high-gloss base and wall units run along two walls, with a feature central island and breakfast bar. The work surfaces are light quartz with slate-effect tiled splashbacks and inset one and half bowl composite sink and drainer with chrome mixer tap. High quality integral appliances to include double high-level oven, inset heat induction hob with stainless steel chimney-style extractor, microwave, upright fridge-freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Modern radiator and solid oak flooring. Large uPVC double glazed window looks over the rear garden. Double French doors open into the conservatory. Space for a large dining suite. Feature double glazed window. Inset ceiling spotlights. Solid oak flooring. Staircase with balustrade and fitted carpet provide access to the first floor conversion. Cupboards beneath the stairs provide additional storage space.

Lounge:- - 12'1" (3.68m) x 10'11" (3.33m)
The lounge is a spacious room with further inset spotlighting and double uPVC double glazed French doors which also open into the conservatory. Radiator and oak wood flooring.

Conservatory:- - 12'6" (3.81m) x 9'0" (2.74m)
A very attractive addition to the property with slate-effect flooring and a sloping self-cleaning
glass roof (which lessens noise in the rain). Wall-mounted, `picture frame` style fireplace and
double French doors to a decked area in the rear garden.

Bedroom 2:- - 12'1" (3.68m) Max x 11'5" (3.48m)
A well-proportioned room with solid oak flooring, wall lighting, radiator and display recess. Large
uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect.

Bedroom 3:- - 9'2" (2.79m) x 7'0" (2.13m)
A good size single bedroom which is presently used as a study. Radiator, telephone point, fitted carpet and uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect.

Shower Room:-
Fitted with modern suite in white comprising fully tiled double shower cubicle with mains shower, wash basin set in a vanity unit with storage under, low-level concealed WC and bidet. Wall-mounted chrome heated ladder towel rail-radiator. Tiled flooring with underfloor heating and inset ceiling spotlights. Obscure uPVC double glazed window to the side.

First Floor Landing:-
The staircase from the kitchen-diner leads to a first floor landing that has a front aspect uPVC double glazed window with elevated views towards the River Tamar and adjoining countryside. Recess storage area. Deep airing cupboard with gas combination boiler providing central heating and hot water. Newly fitted carpet.

Bedroom 1:- - 15'7" (4.75m) Max x 11'2" (3.4m)
A spacious double room able to accommodate a comprehensive range of bedroom furniture. uPVC double glazed window to the rear with countryside and rooftop views. Velux window in the sloping roof to the front of the property. Access through low-level doors to under-eaves storage. Inset ceiling spotlights, radiator and laminated wood-effect flooring.

Cloakroom:- - 9'8" (2.95m) Max x 7'3" (2.21m) Max
Modern suite in white with low-level WC and wall-mounted wash hand basin. Velux window to the side aspect. Open access to storage but is positioned directly above the ground floor shower room and could be converted into a second bathroom. (Note there is limited head room).

The front of the property is fully enclosed. Garden with stone chipping for ease of maintenance and has a stepping stone path leading to the front door. A wide driveway provides off-road parking for several vehicles and extends along the side of the property to the double garage. From here, a timber gate opens into the rear garden. This south facing garden is 12.30m x 9.60m and has a large decking area outside the conservatory. The remainder is stone-chipped and at present a pigeon loft is in situ but the vendors will be removing this.

Detached Garage/Shed:- - 18'2" (5.54m) Max x 9'4" (2.84m) Max
A wooden door gives access to the garage which at present is used as a workshop but a garage door could be reinstated, pitched roof with storage above. uPVC double glazed window to the side. Power and water supply.

All main services are connected.

Tax Band:-
The vendor has advised that the Council Tax Band is C.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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