Hoe Gardens, The Hoe, PL1 2JD

Price £310,000 Under Offer

An elegant four storey Georgian Grade II Listed residence situated within The Hoe Conservation Area, a convenient waterside location close to the vibrant City Centre which has a wonderful array of restaurants, shops and theatres whilst being a few minutes stroll to The Hoe waterfront which enjoys wonderful views over Plymouth Sound and the historic Barbican where there are cobbled streets, coffee shops, bars and bistros.The property offers an attractive investment as the lower ground floor has been converted into a one bedroom self contained apartment generating a monthly rental income of £500.00.This wonderful home has been modernised in recent years and retains an abundance of period features including original sash windows,ornate ceiling mouldings, in keeping fireplaces and a feature oriel window to the main sitting room. This family residence has gas central heating and the use of a communal lawned area shared with the other residents of Hoe Gardens. There is also a private courtyard to the rear which is currently utilised by the basement flat.The spacious and versatile accommodation comprises a reception hall, sitting room with feature woodburner, a kitchen/breakfast room, three double bedrooms with the potential to use the second reception room as a fourth double bedroom, modern fitted shower room, four piece family bathroom and utility room. On the garden level, and accessed separately from the rear courtyard, there is a self-contained one bedroom flat with a spacious sitting/ kitchen area, a double bedroom and a shower room with hand basin, w.c. and a shower cubicle. To the outside there is an enclosed courtyard and a small outbuilding which is ideal for storage. The Local Authority Residents Parking Scheme is available at a current cost of approximately £170.00 per annum. This property is being offered with no onward chain.

Ground Floor

Entrance Vestibule
Front door leading to entrance vestibule before entering main house. Stained glass window leading to entrance hall

Entrance Hall
Spacious entrance hall. Stained glass sash window to rear aspect. Dado Rail. Stairs leading to first floor. Doors to

Sitting Room/Bedroom Four - 16'6" (5.03m) x 11'2" (3.4m)
Timber flooring. Sash window to front aspect with ornate architrave and shutters to each side. Chimney brest with inset wood burner. Decorative period cornicing.

Utility Room
Utility room with window to side aspect. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Wall mounted combination boiler.

First Floor Landing
Sash window to side aspect. Doors to

Sitting Room - 17'3" (5.26m) x 13'5" (4.09m)
Beautiful light and airy living space with painted timber flooring, feature wood burner set within a central chimney brest with feature exposed stone walls to recesses on either side. Beautiful sash window to the front aspect overlooking the front garden with oriel window area perfect for a reading chair. Period decorative cornicing.

Shower Room
Recently fitted modern shower room with enclosed shower cubicle, hand wash basin and low flush w.c. Window to side aspect.

Bedroom Two - 13'1" (3.99m) x 10'4" (3.15m)
Timber flooring. Built in storage cupboard to recess. Sash window to front aspect.

Second Floor

Bedroom One - 17'3" (5.26m) x 13'3" (4.04m) Max
Timber flooring. Generous master bedroom with sash window to front aspect. Ample space for bedroom furniture.

Recently fitted four piece bathroom suite comprising enclosed shower cubicle, free standing claw foot bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal hand wash basin with tiled splashbacks. Low flush w.c. Window to side aspect.

Bedroom Three - 11'1" (3.38m) x 8'8" (2.64m) Max
Timber flooring. Double sash window to front aspect. Feature period fire.

Further Information
The property also benefits from a self contained annex to the basement lower ground floor level which can be accessed via a passage. The self contained annex is currently organised as a one bedroom apartment which gives a monthly rental income of £500.00.

Front Photo
Albumen – Widely used from the 1850`s approximately around the same time as this lovely home was built this inexpensive photographic method produced paper-based photos. Negatives were captured on glass, and the print was then created on paper that used Albumen from egg whites to bind the light sensitive chemicals to the paper.


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.

Floor Plan