With stunning waterside views over Clovelly Bay and Plymouth Yacht Haven, this property will make a fantastic home or investment set in a superb location. Includes a large workshop and garage and a successful trading history as a holiday let. EPC Band E.
Located in a fabulous and strategic position in the waterside village of Turnchapel on the east side of the Plymouth Sound, this lovely house represents a fine lifestyle investment. There are a range of amenities and facilities on offer including local shops, great pubs, restaurants and a fine range of recreational facilities. The house enjoys stunning views over a constantly changing stretch of water with a varied passage of private and commercial craft, yachts and others.
There are wonderful opportunities for walking on the South Devon coastal footpaths to both East and West of the village, with further opportunities for walking or riding on Dartmoor just 8 miles to the North. There are 18 hole golf courses at Bigbury, Plympton and Staddiscombe.
The property is well placed with the A38 Devon Expressway to the North, which provides dual carriageway links to the Cathedral City of Exeter and the M5 motorway network. In addition, there are regular national and international flights from Exeter, Intercity rail stations in Plymouth to London Paddington and Brittany Ferries operate services to France (Roscoff) and Northern Spain (Santander) from the port of Plymouth.
Watersport attractions dominate the area with the Mount Batten Watersports Centre, Plymouth Yacht Haven, Queen Anne's Battery (home of the Royal Western Yacht Club). Plymouth city centre is easily accessible by walking to nearby Mount Batten and taking the regular water taxi to The Barbican.
By road the approach is via the urban road through Plymstock.
Tucked away at the end of a no through road this wonderful property feels like it is in a different world. On the market for the first time since it was built, the unassuming facade hides a very comfortable home, at the very heart of Turnchapel. It is just a stone's throw from the harbour and marina with views over the Cattewater.DESCRIPTION
Spread neatly over three floors with the ground floor made over to large garage and voluminous workshop, a perfect place to accommodate toys to fully enjoy the lifestyle available on your doorstep. The raised ground floor houses the beautifully presented open plan reception accommodation, with enough space to entertain. Full of natural light this comfortable home offers a large degree of flexibility and seclusion which is rare on the waterfront.ACCOMMODATION
This is an exceptional property, which has a great deal to offer to those who wish to be right in the hub of things. For the last three decades it has been used as a restful holiday home, for the owners and their guests. It has a proven track record as a financially successful investment property. This magnificent town house is now looking for new custodians to either continue as a holiday letting business or simply a lovely home.
An external flight of stairs rise to the raised ground floor, crossing the threshold into a conservatory style vestibule, your eye is immediately drawn between two rows of buildings to the marina and Cattewater beyond. To your right there is an impressively large open plan sitting room kitchen, filled with light from the floor to the ceiling windows which open to a Juliet style balcony.
To the first floor there are two bedrooms each with their own ensuite facilities.
The property is available fully furnished if required as an ongoing holiday investment.DIRECTIONAL NOTICE
Approaching Plymouth on the A38, take the A374 towards the City Centre and in about 1.5 miles turn left onto the A379 Kingsbridge road. Proceed to the first roundabout (by the Morrisons store) and turn right as signposted to Mount Batten. Continue to follow the signs to Mount Batten until the village of Hooe. At a mini-roundabout at Hooe Lake turn right into Barton Road following the edge of the lake and taking in the views across the estuary. Passing through the gates of the former Royal Marine base, which now houses the prestigious Princess luxury yacht business, the road continues into Turnchapel past the ever popular Boringdon Arms. At the equally well loved and colourful Clovelly Bay Inn, head straight on into Boringdon Road, and at the very end you will find the property.