About the Property
** Guide Price £180,000 to £190,000 **
Cross Keys Estates are pleased to present for sale this quirky totally refurbished end terrace house. Deceptive does not even come close to describing this unique property. Even though the address is Maristow Avenue, you enter this house from St Aubyn Avenue, that is the first quirk you’ll find, the second is that you enter the house from the bedroom level and the third is just how sizeable this house really is, it’s a tardis. The accommodation comprises of lovely light and airy sitting room, ground floor cloakroom, utility area and generous size contemporary fitted kitchen/diner on the garden level with two really good size double bedrooms and a family bathroom on the top level. There is a wall enclosed side and rear courtyard to this house and double gates provide access for off road parking for two mid size family cars. An early internal viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate just what a great property this truly is.
- Much Larger Than You Think !!
- Quirky & Refurbished Property
- Light & Airy Sitting Room
- Modern Fitted Kitchen/Diner
- Utility & Ground Floor Cloakroom
- Two Ample Double Bedrooms
- Large Modern Family Bathroom
- Enclosed Courtyard Garden
- Double Gates For Off Road Parking
- Early Viewing Advised, 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.
Keyham is a Victorian/Edwardian built area of Plymouth in the English county of Devon. It was built to provide dense affordable housing just outside the wall of HM Dockyard Devonport for the thousands of civilian workmen. In the early-19th century, Devonport Dockyard was smaller than now; it was enlarged mid-century by Keyham Steam Yard - Keyham at that period was a suburb of Devonport itself. Keyham Steam Yard was one of the locations for the first trials of the Fairbairn patent crane. The development of housing was so rapid that HMS Hotspur later renamed HMS Monmouth was provided as a chapel ship for Roman Catholic services until the Roman Catholic Church of Our Most Holy Redeemer was built in 1901. That church was destroyed by fire following a bombing raid in 1941 and it was rebuilt in 1954. Parts of the southern end are now subject to massive redevelopment using a regeneration package. It has a railway station. Drake Primary School and Keyham Barton Primary Schools, educate 4 - 11 year olds, with most secondary school children, attending Stoke Community College, Devonport High School for Boys or Marine Academy Plymouth (in King's Tamerton). College students, may attend Goschen Centre, or the Kings Road Centre.
1.53m x 1.55m (5'0" x 5'1")
Cross Keys Estates also offer a professional, ARLA accredited Lettings and Management Service. If you are considering renting your property in order to purchase, are looking at buy to let or would like a free review of your current portfolio then please call Jo Rees, Lettings Manager on 01752 500018
Cross Keys Estates are proud to work in partnership with Peter Nixon Financial Services, our whole of market mortgage specialists. With over 18 years industry experience, they are able to source the very best deal to meet their customers circumstances. Offering professional and friendly advice on residential and investment mortgages. Please get in touch to arrange a free, no obligation appointment to see how they can help you. Tel. 01752 255905, Email. email@example.com
Please cleck on the link below to view or download all the property details in a single PDF document (opens in a new window).