SOLD – Scott Parry Associates are pleased to report another successful sale – A newly refurbished end of terrace bungalow presented to a fine contemporary standard.
SOLD – Scott Parry Associates are pleased to report another successful sale – A newly refurbished end of terrace bungalow presented to a fine contemporary standard, only 400 metres from the beach and with rural and village views. About 383 sqft, Open Plan Living Room/Kitchen, 260 sq ft Decked Terrace, 2 Bedrooms, Bathroom, Full Double Glazing, Electric Central Heating, Allocated Parking, Private Access.
400 METRES FROM BEACH, LOOE 6 MILES, PLYMOUTH 18 MILES
The property is situated only a short walk (400 metres) from the beach, Downderry Beach has a slipway providing boat access/storage (by permit). Usual village facilities are all within walking distance and include a primary school, public houses, restaurants, church, beach cafe, doctors’ surgery and village store. The village was recently listed in the Sunday Times “Top Ten Best Seaside Villages”. Similar facilities are available at St Germans, which also has a mainline railway station providing an excellent commuter link with Plymouth (Plymouth to London Paddington 3 hours).
The neighbouring village of Seaton also has a beach and beautiful countryside park with riverside and woodland walks. Seaton Beach has the added benefit of a RNLI Lifeguard station during the season. Additional local facilities include golf at Portwrinkle and Looe Bin Down. The South West Coastal Path is accessed nearby providing endless leisure opportunities with parts of the neighbouring coastline in the ownership of the National Trust. Downderry beach offers the ability to keep and launch boats and has an interesting foreshore with a fascinating mix of rock pools and sand. The notable sailing waters of the area are favoured by yachtsmen and deep water moorings are available on the River Tamar at Saltash and at Fowey/Polruan.
The village lies a relatively short drive from the A38, placing Plymouth within easy commuting range. The town of Saltash has a Waitrose store on its northern outskirts and the city of Plymouth offers an abundance of shopping, educational and recreational facilities centred around the historic and fascinating waterfront areas of the Barbican and Hoe. Plymouth also has a cross channel ferry port with regular services to France and Spain.
Situated within 400 metres of the beautiful Downderry coastline, this attractive end of terrace bungalow has its own private entrance and comprises an open plan living room with fitted kitchen and sliding patio door with views and access to the balcony, two bedrooms and a bath/shower room. There is an attractive decked balcony extending to about 260 sq ft and perfect for enjoying the views, or for alfresco dining and the property also benefits from an allocated parking space. The property may be available partially furnished with the exclusion of personal items and subject to separate negotiation. The property has undergone extensive refurbishment during the Spring of 2022 to include a bespoke Wren kitchen with AEG and Zanussi appliances, engineered oak flooring throughout the living and bedrooms space, new bath/shower room in the contemporary style and new radiators.
This property has been used as our client’s main residence, given the coastal location it may be considered suitable for use as a second home or holiday let and we are aware that other units on this development are successfully used in this way.
The bungalow has allocated parking for one car. The decked terrace provides the perfect spot for alfresco dining and enjoys village and rural views and a small stream runs by.
EPC RATING – D, COUNCIL TAX BAND – A
Using Sat Nav – Postcode PL11 3JP
The apartment is leasehold, the apartment owners own a share of the freehold of Morweth Court. The lease is 999 years from 2003. Service charges are £95 pcm.