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Distinctive property in tree-lined setting

By Western Morning News  |  Posted: September 07, 2012

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The little known cul-de-sac of Venn Court lies on a gently south- to south-west-facing hillside in one of Plymouth's best residential areas.

The grouping of properties within Venn Court was created by local architects about 20 years ago off an old established residential area.

The partly tree-lined setting has special qualities for a city environment and, despite the level access, this location provides widespread views to the south and west, across the city to Central Park, the hills of South East Cornwall and towards Plymouth Sound.

The detached house is of distinctive brick elevations and provides good size rooms and an arrangement that could be adapted to personal requirements.

Notably the garden level includes a selection of workshops/stores which could provide potential for alternative uses, subject to the necessary consents being obtained.

The ground floor accommodation comprises hall with traditional balustrade, cloakroom/wc, sitting room with patio door to the balcony, dining room, and kitchen/breakfast room with a range of units, electric double oven, built-in fridge, freezer, and dishwasher and plumbing for a washing machine.

Upstairs is bedroom one, with dressing room and en-suite bathroom/wc, as well as three further bedrooms, with built-in furniture, a study, and family bathroom.

Outside is an integral double garage with an electrically-operated up-and-over door, and two workshops with lighting.

At the front of the property is a driveway to the garage, and a path to the side with a profusion of climbing and trailing shrubs, providing a most attractive entrance to the front door.

The rear garden has a level patio area partly covered by the balcony and a pergola covered in climbing shrubs and plants.

There's also a lawn, pond, greenhouse and small orchard with established apple trees.

The property is available from Stags (01752 223933) for the guide price of £399,950.

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