A Grade II Listed former farmhouse with sheltered garden and garage, in a quiet location of the village outskirts. No EPC required.
A Grade II Listed former farmhouse with sheltered garden and garage, in a quiet location of the village outskirts.
This characterful stone-built house, thought to date back to the early 19th century, includes high ceilings, a magnificent fireplace with woodburner, and many typical architectural features of the period. The private and sheltered gardens include a varied of well established shrubs, and there is a usefully well proportioned garage. No EPC required.
Entrance Hall - Part glazed stable door opening into entrance hall, built-in cupboards, one housing a gas fired boiler which provides all the hot water and central heating. Oak flooring, stairs rising to the first floor. Door to Cloakroom.
Window to front, pedestal wash hand basin, WC, chrome heated towel rail.
Beautifully proportioned room, with high ceiling. Window to front with window seat, inglenook fireplace, slate hearth, wood burning stove. Storage cupboard.
High ceiling, window to front with a slate sill. Range of floor and wall units, Belfast sink, set within solid oak worktop and tiled splashback. Integrated dishwasher, space and plumbing for washing machine, fitted Rangemaster 5 gas ring cooker, with extractor over. Space for a fridge/freezer. Storage cupboard, door to under stairs cupboard. Solid oak flooring.
Skylight, loft hatch and door to airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder.
Spacious double bedroom with window to front aspect, window seat, built-in wardrobes.
Double bedroom with window to front aspect, window seat, built-in wardrobes, door to further storage cupboard.
Double bedroom, window to front aspect, built-in wardrobes.
Window to front, corner Jacuzzi bath with shower over, vanity wash hand basin, WC, chrome heated towel rail. Part painted timber cladding.
Front of the property is a communal brick paved driveway, detached garage block. Timber gate with archway above steps down to the front door. Patio seating area to the side of the porch, with stone steps taking you up to the rest of the garden, laid to lawn with mature shrubs, at the top of the garden is a timber decked area.
Garage adjacent to the house, stone built garage double timber doors, electric power and light. Window to side.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Gas fired central heating.
Yealmpton is set in the beautiful South Hams countryside, just above the head of the Yealm estuary, with Dartmoor National Park to the north east and the coastline to the south with its beautiful estuaries, cliffs and beaches. The city of Plymouth is a short distance to the west and Newton Ferrers, at the mouth of the River Yealm and noted for its sailing, is even closer at hand. Yealmpton was described as a borough in ancient records and tradition says the Saxon King Ethelwold had a palace here. The annual Yealmpton Show, which has been running since 1874, is held at nearby Kitley House, the family home of the Polloxfens and Bastards since the time of Elizabeth I and where the nursery rhyme Old Mother Hubbard was written. The village itself has a number of amenities including several shops, primary school, health centre, two pubs, restaurant, garage and Church.
Plymouth 6 miles, A38 4 miles, Newton Ferrers estuary 3.5 miles (distances approximate)
The Green, Parsonage Road Newton Ferrers, Plymouth Devon PL8 1AT
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.30pm
Saturday 9.00am to 4.00pm
Sunday viewings by appointment
01752 873 311