- Unique period end of terrace home
- Flexible and versatile accommodation
- Four bedrooms
- EPC Grade E
- Modern fitted kitchen with integrated appliances
- South facing walled courtyard and top floor South facing roof garden with views
- Located within a beautiful square and part of the North Stonehouse conservation area
- Two modern shower rooms
- Vacant possession - No onward chain
- Viewing highly recommended
HALFORD AND HOMES 01752 418104
GUIDE PRICE 375,000 - 400,000
Halford and Homes are delighted to present to the market this well presented, period townhouse located in the conservation area of North Stonehouse. Nestled in the North- East corner of Wyndham Square many have called it the finest formal square within the city of Plymouth. Providing examples of beautiful housing within this late Georgian and Victorian residential suburb. The property itself is South facing to the front, with light pouring into the bay windows and the roof terrace is also located to the front of the building and overlooking the Gothic style, Victorian St Peters Church. The area is quickly becoming a cultural hub for the city, with Street art popping up throughout North Stonehouse, from the roof terrace you can easily sight the mural of Sir David Attenborough and Dr Jane Goodall created by local artist Joe Greenaway.
The property itself is very unique. It can be used in a number of different layouts due to its versatile and flexible accommodation.
The property is accessed from the walled front garden with the ground floor comprising of entrance hallway, reception room with arch opening into the modern fitted kitchen, under stairs storage, coat cupboard, utility room and workshop. The main reception includes a large bay window with French doors in the inner section providing access to the south facing courtyard, this rooms includes ornate coving and ceiling rose. Opening into the kitchen/breakfast room, half the arch has a breakfasting bar, the kitchen is white gloss with black roll top work surfaces and integrated appliances. The appliances include a tall fridge, Miele coffee machine, two eye level Neff fan assisted ovens, Neff microwave, Neff induction style hob and Neff integrated dishwasher. A double glazed, sash window provides plenty of light into this room. Moving to the back of the property is a utility room, the current owners have also kept a freezer in this space. A workshop can be found next to the utility room, this room could be converted into an extra room if required and has a door to the side providing direct access onto Wolsdon Place. The sweeping staircase then leads to the rear section of the first floor, this has a modern fitted shower room and airing cupboard housing the Worcester, gas central heating, boiler. The sweeping staircase continues to the front of the house and remaining first floor accommodation. The first room is a double bedroom with built in cupboard, these cupboards currently have shelving, but could easily convert to wardrobes. Then to the front of the first floor is the impressive bay fronted room, facing to the South and overlooking the Square and St Peters Church, this could be used as a formal reception room or additional bedroom. Continue further up the sweeping staircase and there is another bedroom with large window to the side. The front of the second floor has been created into a principal bedroom suite, originally this space would have been two bedrooms, however the principal bedroom is located to the front, spanning the width of the house, facing south and overlooking the Square and St Peters Church. The room behind has been split into two sections and has a large walk in, wardrobe and shower room that can be used as an en-suite! The staircase then continues to the top floor, this room is also taking advantage of the aspect with glazed doors facing to the south, this room can be used as a bedroom or additional reception space. The doors then lead to the roof garden. This is the WOW factor of the house with stunning views over The Square, St Peters Church, the spire of the Catholic Cathedral of St Mary and St Boniface, Plymouth City Centre and the tops of the hills in Cornwall. Facing to the South this is a fantastic entertaining space, the owners have commented on the roof terrace and say it feels like being in a Southern Spanish city in the height of the Summer.
North Stonehouse is a very central location of Plymouth, just a five to ten minute, walk from the property and you will be in the City centre including the Theatre Royal. Take the direction towards Millbay Marina and another ten minute walk and you'll be in the Western Peninsula of Stonehouse, attractions include Royal William Yard with numerous popular restaurants. Another advantage of living near the Western Peninsula is the Cremyll Ferry and the ease of access to Cornwall and some spectacular coastal walks.
AGENT NOTE - This is a very unique period property, whilst the property is located within the North Stonehouse conservation area, the house itself is not listed. The property does however have a covenant confirming it can't be split into multiple accommodation, this will include houses in multiple occupation or apartments, it must remain as one single dwelling.
We highly recommend an internal viewing to appreciate the size and versatility of the accommodation available, please call Halford and Homes to view!