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4 Bed Detached House  For Sale  Bennett Street  Devonport  Plymouth  Devon  PL1   - £135,000

For Sale
TENURE: NA
SUMMARY RENOVATED PROPERTY TO OWN OR LET ON BENNETT STREET - This beautiful 4 double bedroom Grade II listed, 19th Century maisonette stands proud in the heart of Devonport. The property is presented over 3 floors and was previously above a public house, this characteristic property used to be former boarding house for the Stonemasons in the Dockyard. The property is full of character and original features. Boasting far-reaching views towards Mount Edgecumbe and benefiting from a high standard of renovation throughout, this cracking property would be perfect for investors or first-time buyers alike. 

DETAIL/ HISTORY "John Foulston was the architect who did so much to build Plymouth, Stonehouse and Devonport up in a neoclassical style in the first half of the nineteenth century. In 1811 he won a competition to build a complex of buildings in the city consisting of a hotel, assembly rooms, and a theatre. His success with this important commission established his local reputation, and he moved to Plymouth. So much of Foulston's work has been lost that it is difficult to appreciate its impact, but with the backing of the ambitious mayor Edmund Lockyer he extensively transformed the three towns of Plymouth, Stonehouse and Devonport. He was active not only as an architect, designing a further series of public buildings, stucco-faced terraces in the London manner, and attractive suburban villas, but also as a town planner, responsible for the creation of Union Street, a bold stroke of planning which united the three towns for the first time.

The three towns were investing the proceeds from the extensive prize money that had entered the city as a result of Royal Naval success in the Napoleonic Wars. This unprecedented wealth inspired the city leaders to think ambitiously. And Foulston provided an extraordinary group of buildings erected around Ker Street in Devonport, in 1821-4, an extreme example of the picturesque stylistic eclecticism of the early nineteenth century. It consisted of a Greek Doric town hall and commemorative column, a terrace of houses in the Roman Corinthian order and a pair in the Greek Ionic style, a 'Hindoo' nonconformist chapel, and an 'Egyptian' library. "

The Grade II listed Crown and Column Public House was designed as a public House for stonemasons working on the new dockyard. 25 Bennett Street is the former pub accommodation situated over three floors above the original public house


The property is accessed through a communal door, with steps leading to the front door of the property. In this hallway can be found stairs to both the family bathroom, kitchen and living room.  

FIRST FLOOR The kitchen to the right is of ample proportions and brilliantly equipped with modern high gloss wall and base units, black roll top worktops, electric 4 ring hob, electric oven, and extractor hood. The room is neutrally decorated, with wood effect throughout. The original sash window and high ceilings are a prime example of the original features that compliment the characteristic townhouse.

The living room is situated at the front of the property, it is bright and airy and neutrally decorated, it would also make a perfect lounge and dining area, running the width of the property, space is in abundance. There is also a good space for a seperate study, overlooking the beautiful front aspect.

A family bathroom is also situated on the first floor housing a grey suite including bath electric shower, WC and wash hand basin. The floor is laid vinyl, neutrally decorated and is well ventilated with a window to the rear. 

KITCHEN 12' 7" x 15' 8" (3.84m x 4.78m)  

LIVING ROOM 14' 0" x 14' 4" (4.27m x 4.39m)  

SECOND FLOOR The carpeted stairs continue to the second floor where the master bedroom and two further bedrooms are situated.

The first of the double bedrooms is located on the right hand side, it is laid with laminate, neutral décor and far reaching views of Mount Edgecumbe,

The second bedroom runs adjacent to the first bedroom, is laid with laminate and is neutrally decorated. It boasts views to Mount Edgecumbe and benefits from a beautiful, original tilt window overlooking the cobbled street below.

To the front of the property the master bedroom is positioned, running the width of the property it overlooks the front aspect. With original beamed ceiling and sash window it's filled with character. This room benefits from an exceptional quality of light and is presented in excellent condition with wood laminate floor. 

MASTER BEDROOM 16' 7" x 13' 10" (5.08m x 4.22m)  

BEDROOM 1 9' 3" x 15' 9" (2.84m x 4.82m)  

BEDROOM 2 8' 8" x 15' 7" (2.66m x 4.76m)  

TOP FLOOR A further staircase leads up to the top floor of the house where the charm continues. On this level is found a beautiful carpeted double bedroom with ample space this creates a brilliant addition to the house. There is a window over looking the front aspect. The room is neutrally decorated.

There is an additional spacious bathroom which is laid with vinyl and is fitted with a bath with overhead shower, wc, heated towel rail and wash hand basin.  

BEDROOM 3 21' 9" x 10' 10" (6.65m x 3.31m)  

BATHROOM 10' 2" x 10' 11" (3.10m x 3.34m)  

VIEWINGS This property would suit a range of purchasers - the perfect house for an investor!

Interested applicants should contact Martin & Co Plymouth today in order to arrange a viewing appointment on 01752 255 255  

NOTE TO PURCHASERS
We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Please be advised that some of the particulars may be awaiting vendor approval. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.  





Grade II Listed with Original Features
Far Reaching Views of Mount Edgecumbe
New Boiler
Re-Wired Throughout
Beamed Ceilings
Gas Central Heating
Arranged Over Three Floors
Street Parking
Modern Decor
199 Year Lease
Council Tax: A

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