3 bedroom detached house for saleShaugh Prior, Plymouth
- VILLAGE LOCATION
- Detached Dorma Bungalow/House
- Three Bedrooms
- Family Bathroom
- Two Spacious Reception Rooms
- Log Burner in the Lounge
- Beautiful Open Views to the Rear
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
AGENTS COMMENT ** VILLAGE LOCATION ** Well what can I say, this property is as unique as they come. It is clear that the current owners have loved living here for the past 4 years and have retained all of its charm. On entry you are greeted by a spacious hallway with parquet flooring. On the ground level you will find the family bathroom, good size kitchen/diner (both of which could do with some updating), spacious reception/dining area also with parquet flooring, two bedrooms, lean to conservatory, downstairs wc and a good size lounge with log burner and glazed double doors overlooking the rear garden. Upstairs there is a good size double bedroom with dual aspect windows and balcony; for me the view from here is just breathtaking.
The property also benefits from a single garage, driveway parking, double glazing and gas central heating from bottled gas. The rear garden is a real selling point for this home for any buyer that would like vast outside space. The current owners have had their work cut out by removing large fir trees that once separated the garden in two, but there is still much more that could be done to open up the garden further. There is a raised patio area that leads from the lounge, which again captures the open views towards the surrounding countryside. This home is being offered for sale with no onward chain.
AREA DESCRIPTION Shaugh Prior is a quaint village on the outskirts of Plympton, which is situated with Dartmoor National Park. The village is a stones throw away from moorland so is perfect for those that enjoy walking or have dogs, it is also conveniently located approximately 4 miles from Roborough, 5 miles from Plympton & 8 miles from Lee Mill, where shopping facilities are found. Within the village there is a primary school, village hall and a pub. The parish stretches from the edge of Plymouth to the high moorland of Dartmoor. The River Plym forms its western and northern boundaries up to the river's source at Plym Head. The higher parts of the parish are rich in Bronze Age monuments such as cists and cairns and there is much evidence of tin mining.
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