About the Property
** Guide Price £250,000 to £260,000 **
Cross Keys Estates are exceptionally pleased to present this absolutely beautiful listed fisherman’s’ cottage to the market. These properties are rarely available and when they do come to the market they don’t hang around for long. This particular cottage is amongst the best that I have seen, presented immaculately throughout and retaining a true cottage period feel with some lovely renewed features. The accommodation comprises entrance hallway, sitting room with striped wood flooring and feature log burner, dining room with window overlooking the rear garden and another feature fireplace, stunning galley style modern fitted kitchen, handy utility room and a luxury ground floor shower room. On the first floor there are two beautiful ample sized bedrooms whilst the attic has been converted to form another room that could be an artists studio or handy home office. This property is close to Victoria park which used to be a busy river which is why these fishermen’s cottages are located here as the river entrance is just opposite them. This truly is a must see property and the location is so handy with the city being just a 10 minute walk away and a number of local amenities as well as couple of well known schools are close by.
- Stunning Listed Fisherman's Cottage
- Fantastic Location Near Park Land
- Immaculately Presented Throughout
- Period Details, Contemporary Feel
- Sitting Room And Dining Room
- Galley Style Modern Fitted Kitchen
- Handy Utility Room, Centrally Heated
- Luxury Ground Floor Shower Room
- Two Ample Bedrooms, Studio In Attic
- Early Viewing Essential, EPC = TBC
The waterfront city of Plymouth is set in one of the finest locations in the country, it stands right on the border between Devon and Cornwall overlooking the spectacular waters of Plymouth Sound to the south, while the remote beauty of Dartmoor National Park nudges its margins to the north. Both Devon and Cornwall have long been cherished as holiday destinations with fabulous beaches, stunning unspoilt countryside, historic town and many more famous attractions such as the Eden Project. Plymouth city centre has a pedestrianised shopping centre with its newly opened undercover shopping centre. It has a large modern multi-screen cinema complex and the well-known Theatre Royal which regularly plays host to The Birmingham Royal Ballet in addition to the musicals, plays, comedies and operas that are staged throughout the year. In contrast, The Barbican offers a more cosmopolitan atmosphere being Plymouth city’s oldest quarter. The area overlooks a pretty harbour and includes a variety of small independent shops, a number of wine bars, restaurants and cafes with open air seating. Plymouth is easily accessed via the M5 motorway which joins the A38 at Junction 31. The city can also be reached via rail, via the National Express coach network and via airports located in Exeter (49 miles away) and Plymouth airport (5 miles from the city centre). This house Occupying an ideal central location between Central Park, Mutley Plain, City Centre and University, less than half a mile distant.
Millbridge is a small neighbourhood of Plymouth, on the boundary of what used to be the towns of Plymouth and Devonport. What was originally a self-standing village (which has now been subsumed within the city) lies to the north of the toll bridge, originally built by Sir Piers Edgcumbe in 1525, that crossed what used to be the Deadlake or Stonehouse Creek, to the west of Pennycomequick, the south of Stoke village and to the east of Stoke Church. It derives its name from the old toll bridge (adjacent to a naval saw mill) across the creek between Eldad Hill and Molesworth Road, at one time the principal link between Plymouth and Devonport. The creek to the east of the bridge was filled in with material from the quarries at Cattedown and Oreston during the late 1890s and the ground created became a municipal park, Victoria Park, which was officially opened in 1903. The remainder of the creek to the west of Millbridge, up to Stonehouse Bridge and Pool, was filled in and by 1972 the whole area had been developed as rugby pitches. These pitches are often used by Devonport High School for Boys and the Old Boys RFC
2.11m x 2.43m (6'11" x 8'0")
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