The sought after village of Plympton St Maurice is ideally situated within an area of conservation and is by-passed by major roads. It has a pretty 15th Century church and the remains of a Norman Castle overlooking the village green, which plays host to the annual Midsummer Summer Festival Lamb Feast. Local amenities are just a short stroll away with where the Ridgeway shopping area which has a variety of shops, banks and chemists to choose from. Excellent primary and secondary schools are within walking distance and local leisure facilities include swimming, tennis courts, bowling green and cricket field. Plympton St Maurice has a vibrant and active community enjoying a variety of social events. Perfectly located with excellent links to the A38/Devon Expressway and the favourable sunny beaches of the South Hams Coast and Countryside.ACCOMMODATION
A fine example of a period family home which offers versatile living accommodation set over three floors. The property currently comprises of kitchen and spacious sitting room with working fireplace to the ground floor. The generous entrance hall has an impressive staircase leading to the first floor landing, giving access to four double bedrooms and a family bathroom. A second staircase leads to a further three bedrooms, one with a small kitchenette and one with potential for en-suite bathroom. The annex is self contained and can be accessed either from the front or rear and comprises of double bedroom, sitting room, kitchen and bathroom. Ideal for multi generational living and creating independent space. The layout is such that it can equally be refigured to increase ground floor living area to the main house.OUTSIDE
The attractive rear courtyard style garden has a distinct Mediterranean feel and is beautifully private. A delightful stone barn with planning permission for a two bedroom annex also makes a wonderful opportunity for those seeking a home office, studio or business premises.MAINS
Water/Drainage, Mains Electricity & Gas.