- Two / Three Bedroom Bungalow
- Large Garden
- Estuary Views
- Gas Central Heating
- Family Bathroom & Shower Room
- No Onward Chain
- Garage & Drive
An attractive and extended semi-detached bungalow offering spacious and versatile accommodation. Located in a quiet residential area, the property is well presented and neutrally decorated throughout. This property boasts ample parking with a private drive and the benefit of a garage with electric doors. The garden is well maintained to the front and rear and the master bedroom enjoys views of the estuary.
The accommodation briefly comprises of; master bedroom, second bedroom, living room, dining room, fitted kitchen, family bathroom, shower room and conservatory. The property has been extended into the loft and there is a generous storage room with window light.
A PVCu double glazed door giving access to the entrance porch, a further door leads through to the reception hallway with access to the accommodation. The spacious living room is found to the front of the bungalow with a double glazed window overlooking the front garden. The second bedroom also overlooking the well-kept lawn is well proportioned and also benefits from double glazing.
To the rear of the property is a modern fitted kitchen with matching wall and base units, an integrated oven and gas hob, space for a fridge / freezer, microwave and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. The kitchen is a light and . inviting room with direct views of the rear garden The dining room is a generous size and flows in to the conservatory via set of sliding double glazed doors. The conservatory itself is a comfortable room with electric heating and panoramic vista of the rear garden. Double doors lead out to the patio area.
The family bathroom is tastefully decorated with modern tiling and provides a bath with overhead shower, hand basin and w/c.
The first floor was converted from the original attic to provide further accommodation. From the landing a shower room with hand basin and w/c services the master bedroom, located to the right. The master room is a generous size double with in-built storage and views stretching out to the estuary. One part of the attic remains as a storage area, potentially providing the opportunity for further development.
The front garden is mostly laid to lawn with some mature shrubbery and a path to the front door and garage. The garage with private drive is a generous size and benefits from an electric door and rear access to the main property via an enclosed PVCu porch. To the rear of the property there is a patio area leading to the conservatory and steps up to the garden which enjoys sun throughout the day. Partly laid to lawn and partly, the garden has mature shrubbery, a garden shed and greenhouse.
Torpoint is a civil Parish and town in South East Cornwall opposite the city of Plymouth, across the Hamoaze which is the tidal estuary of the River Tamar. Torpoint has a population currently in the region of 9000. The town is linked to Plymouth by the Torpoint ferry which operates three vessels that run every 15 minutes with the journey taking approximately seven minutes. Easily accessible to Devonport Dockyard, the town is also the home of the Royal Navy's main training facility HMS Raleigh.
As well as a full range of amenities, Torpoint Infant School, Carbeile Junior School and Torpoint Community College provide a full platform of education. Twinned with Bonodet in Brittany, Torpoint is an 18th Century planned town and was commissioned by Reginald Pole Carew in the Parish of Antony in 1774. The family continue to have a strong influence in the area and reside at nearby Antony House. Torpoint gives access to the beautiful surrounding countryside including waterside delights such as the twinned villages of Kingsand and Cawsand, Cremyll, Mount Edgcumbe and Maker, Millbrook, Seaton and Downderry. Tenure: Freehold Heating: Gas Central Heating Services: Mains water, drainage, electricity, gas & internet Council Tax Band: C EPC Rating: E (50)