A truly unique opportunity to acquire a sizeable five bedroom detached house requiring modernisation, enjoying a rural location with views over Elfordleigh Hotel and Country Club golf course. This highly desirable property lies circa 1 mile from the ancient stannary town of Plympton, with a wide range of local amenities including indoor and outdoor sporting facilities, schools, health care, shops, restaurants, pubs and local community clubs. The nearby city of Plymouth also provides further comprehensive facilities http://www.visitplymouth.co.uk with a direct railway link to Paddington and ferries to France and Spain, whilst the Dartmoor National Park and local beaches are all within easy reach.
Treen offers versatile accommodation with the clear potential, subject to any requisite consents, for further extension and/or reconfiguration of the existing accommodation in order to create an enviable family home, a home with income, or for multi-generation occupancy. Treen enjoys well screened mature gardens of circa 0.111 hectares/0.275 acres and offers on drive parking for several vehicles.
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2 Cotton Street
t. 01395 275 691
2 Cotton Street
Tel: 01395 275 691
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