A deceptively spacious three storey detached property which is currently loosely arranged as two x 2 bedroom flats and additional basement rooms accessed via the rear garden. This versatile property enjoys a plot size of circa 0.087 hectares/0.21 acres and would lend itself, subject to any requisite consents, to formal subdivision into apartments, multi generation occupancy and perhaps for redevelopment of the whole upon which interested parties must make and rely upon their own planning enquiries of Plymouth City Council planning department.
Plymstock is a highly sought after suburb of Plymouth with a thriving shopping centre, leisure and educational facilities, retail and business parks being readily commutable to the city centre and the A38.
(34) Entrance hall, utility area, kitchen/diner, sitting room, inner hallway, two bedrooms and bathroom, rear lobby with second entrance point, door to garden and stairs rising to 34A.
(34A) Landing, lounge/diner, kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom. Access to attic with potential for conversion to living space.
All externally accessed. Basement room 1. Gardeners WC. Basement room 2, with three interlinking compartments.
Front garden and access to 34, parking space and side access to the enclosed main rear garden area, with additional on drive parking and access to 34A with a further gateway in to the rear garden.
Measurements have been made using the Promap Mapping facility. Interested parties must make and rely upon their own measurements. The Promap shown is for approximate identification purposes only and is not to scale. Crown Copyright Reserved.
34 EPC rating D
34a EPC rating E
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