Property history of 3, Jubilee Cottages, Hemerdon, Plymouth PL7 5BY, N/A

Previously listed for sale on N/A
£350,000 Guide price - 3 bedroom cottage

3 bedroom cottage for sale in Hemerdon, Plymouth

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Property features

  • C1006
  • Living Room
  • Fitted Kitchen
  • Dining Room
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Family Bathroom
  • Front & Rear Gardens
  • Garage & Parking

Property description

Extended and superbly finished end terraced cottage. Living Room; Inner Hallway, Luxury Kitchen; Dining Room; Utility Room; WC; Four Bedrooms; Family Bathroom; Large Landscaped Rear Garden; Garage and Garden Kitchen Facility; Double Glazing; Gas Central Heating; Superbly Presented Throughout.


Plymouth is a city adjacent to one of the most natural harbours in the world. To the North is the Dartmoor National Park extending to over 300 square miles and which provides excellent recreational facilities. Plymouth itself has a population of well over 200,000 and has a full range of shopping, educational and sporting facilities. There is mainline train service to London (Paddington) and to Penzance in West Cornwall. Plymouth has its own airport with flights to London (Gatwick) and other inland destinations. Brittany Ferries operates seasonal services from Plymouth to France and Northern Spain.
Plympton is a sought after commuter town located just four miles east of Plymouth city. Having its origins as a market town the area is sandwiched between the outstanding natural beauty of Dartmoor and the river Plym. Renowned for excellent local schooling and the popular amenities of the busy Ridgeway shopping centre, Plympton is an area that has seen significant growth over recent year. Chaddlewood, a suburb of Plympton, is a modern development of properties served by its own shopping parade and a busy bus route. It is particularly accessible to the A38, popular with commuters working in the city which is less than a ten minute drive away. The nearby Langage Science and Business Parks provide considerable local employment, whilst the countryside and pretty local villages including Hamerdon, Lutton and Cornwood are all within two or three miles of the area.


A delightful, traditional village centred around the popular pub the Miner's Arms. The village has an active village hall whilst offering easy access to the wider amenities and schooling on offer at Plympton. The location gives easy access to the A38 Devon Expressway into Plymouth, Cornwall and Devon and is surrounded by picturesque countryside with the beauty of Dartmoor National park easily accessible.


Located in the tranquil, typical Devon village of Hemerdon this end terraced cottage dates back to the late 1800s and is one of three original workers' cottages constructed in the original hamlet. The current owners have extended, re-designed and re-furbished the cottage to a very high standard and have carried out a great deal of landscaping to the plot. The property is equipped with hard wood double glazing, gas central heating and attractive oak internal doors The living room has a feature gas wood burner and the kitchen is beautfiully finished with cream shaker units and granite work tops with a suite of integrated appliances. The dining room extension has a large sky light window as well as french doors that open onto the garden and the ground floor is complimented by Utility and WC. To the first floor there are four bedrooms and a spacious and luxurious family suite to include a large bath, double shower enclosure and eye catching wash stand. The master bedroom has french doors oepning onto a balcony which overlooks the garden. The 25ft long garage has been subdivided and now offers a shorter garage facility for storage together with a well equipped kitchen to facilitate al fresco dining in the beautiful gardens that are arranged over two tiers and finished with low maintenance surfacing include flag stone patios and timber decking.

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There is a summer house and a great deal of external lighting whilst gates have been used to ensure that specific child friendly areas are catered for. There is a substantial hard stand offering off road parking for one large vehicle in front of the garage. The property has an attractive frontage and is just a short walk from the village hall and re-knowned gastro pub The Miner's Arms.


Reference made to any fixture, fittings, appliances or any of the building services does not imply that they are in working order or have been tested by us. Purchasers should establish the suitability and working condition of these items and services themselves.


Brush matt carpet.
Living room 4.90m(16'1'') x 4.67m(15'4'') (irregular)
Hardwood double glazed window to side, hardwood double glazed window to front, feature brick built fireplace, gas wood burner and oak mantle, two double radiators, fitted carpet, telephone point, TV point, half height panelled walls and recessed ceiling spotlights, door to:
Kitchen/breakfast room 4.67m(15'4'') x 2.69m(8'10'') (irregular)
Beautifully equiped with cream shaker cabinets and drawers including basket style drawers mounted at eye and base level, underlighting, granite work tops with a cut in drainer, Belfast sink with swan neck mixer tap. There is a full compliment of integrated appliances including a range style cooker with extractor hood over, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Solid oak flooring. Recessed ceiling spot lighting. Double glazed window to front. Arranged open plan alongside
dining room 3.78m(12'5'') x 2.67m(8'9'')
Extremely light formal dining area with french doors and adjacent windows overlooking and opening out onto the lower garden. A large skylight window. Radiator. Oak flooring.

Inner hallway

Stairs to first floor. Hardwood double glazed window to rear. Radiator. Understairs storage cupboard.

Utility room

Fitted with a range of oak effect base and eye level units incorporating cupboards and drawers roll edge worktops, one & a half bowl polycarbonate sink with draining board and mixer tap, plumbing for automatic washing machine, hardwood double glazed window to side, timber panelled ceiling with recessed ceiling spotlight(s), floor mounted gas boiler serving heating system and domestic hot water with heating timer control, door to:

Separate WC

Small hardwood double glazed window to side, fitted with modern white low-level wc, wooden flooring, timber panelled ceiling with recessed ceiling spotlights.


Fitted carpet.
Master bedroom 4.09m(13'5'') x 3.12m(10'3'')
Spacious master suite with french doors opening onto an attractive balcony with rails. Beautifully decorated in William Morris style. Fitted carpet. Radiator.
Bedroom two 4.72m(15'6'') x 3.10m(10'2'') (irregular)
Hardwood double glazed window to front, fitted carpet, double radiator.
Bedroom three 2.87m(9'5'') x 2.79m(9'2'') (minimum)
Hardwood double glazed window to front, double radiator, fitted carpet.
Bedroom four 2.97m(9'9'') x 2.13m(7'0'')
Hardwood double glazed window to rear, built-in hanging rail and shelving, double radiator, fitted carpet and recessed ceiling spotlights.

Family bathroom

Fitted with four piece modern white suite comprising deep panelled bath with matching telephone style taps, tiled shower enclosure with electric shower, wash hand basin and low-level WC, heated towel rail, hardwood double glazed window to side, half height tiling to walls, tiled flooring, access to loft, tiling to two walls, extractor fan.


The front garden has been attractively landscaped with a variety of shrubs and flowers and is enclosed by a natural stone wall. Path to the front door.
Rear Garden. Immediately to the rear of the house is a large level, slab laid patio with wood store. A gate gives access onto the lane and there is a right of way across the rear of the property. Timber steps lead onto a small mid tier with shrubbery. A gate opens on to the larger part of the remainder of the garden which is arranged in four areas. Initially a patio with an adjacent raised timber deck, hot tub, and a further timber decked dining area. The garden is entirely enclosed with fencing and mature hedgerows and features a beautiful eucalyptus tree.

Summer house

Windows to three sides, french doors opening onto the timber deck, in built seating, power and light.


Full garden lighting scheme to all areas. Cold water taps.
Kitchenette 3.66m(12'0'') x 2.44m(8'0'')
Fitted with a range of white cupboards and drawers beneath a roll edge work surface and incorporates stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, tiled splash back, space for an american style fridge/freezer, consumer unit, ceiling spotlights. The kitchenettes position at the end of the garden with french doors onto the timber deck makes it ideally located to cater for al fresco dining. The space has been converted from the rear end of the garage. A gate adjacent to the kitchenette opens on to a path which proceeds alongside the ktichenette and remainder of the garage. A further gate opens onto a car hard standing which provides off road parking for one large vehicle and gives access to an external space with cold water tap.

Single garage

Double opening doors open into garage that is currently restricted in length due to the kitchenetter conversion. This could easily be re-instated to a garage which would measure approximately 25 ft x 8ft. The space currently has a depth of approximately 9ft and would be ideal storage for a motor bike or Smart car. Power and light.


Mains gas, water, electric and mains drainage.


We understand the property is in band ' C ' for council tax purposes and the amount payable for the year 2006/2007 is £1097.59 (by verbal enquiry with Plymouth City Council).


By appointment with mansbridge & balment.

Floor plan

These plans are set out as a guideline only and should not be relied upon as a representation of fact. They are intended for information purposes only and are not to scale. Copyright @ Mansbridge & Balment 2006.

These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person in this firms employment has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of the property.

See details for 3, Jubilee Cottages, Hemerdon, Plymouth PL7 5BY when it was last marketed:

2010 29th May 2010

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