1 Reception room
Rear Garden and Balcony
Double Driveway and Small Garage
Gas Central Heating
Desirable Waterside Location
DESCRIPTION Three bedroom family home ideally situated in the exclusive waterside development of The Old Wharf in Oreston with stunning waterside views. Accommodation briefly comprising entrance porch, kitchen with built in fridge, dishwasher and oven, front room with bifold doors leading to the low maintenance garden, utility room, downstairs W/C, master bedroom with an en-suite and a balcony, one double bedroom and one single bedroom. The property also benefits from a double driveway and a small garage.
KITCHEN 11' 2" x 16' 4" (3.4m x 4.98m) Situated at the front of the property with a PVCu double glazed window looking to the double driveway. The whole ground floor is open plan with underfloor heating. The kitchen benefits from a built in dishwasher, fridge, oven and hob. Matching eye-level and base white high gloss units and a breakfast bar with stools.
LIVING ROOM 15' 10" x 11' 9" (4.83m x 3.58m) Spacious living space with an abundance of natural light from the bifold doors to the rear garden.
UTILITY ROOM The utility room is tucked away just off the kitchen with plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer, fridge freezer and all of your coats and shoes.
MASTER BEDROOM 9' 0" x 13' 7" (2.74m x 4.14m) Located on the first floor at the rear of the property. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room and a balcony with spectacular waterside views to wake up with.
SECOND BEDROOM 9' 0" x 9' 9" (2.74m x 2.97m) The second double bedroom is at the front of the property with a large PVCu double glazed window.
THIRD BEDROOM 7' 11" x 6' 4" (2.41m x 1.93m) Located at the top of the stairs to the front of the property with a PVCu double glazed window. This single room will fit a single bed and a wardrobe or could be used as an office.
BATHROOM The family bathroom has an electric shower over the bath, toilet, sink and an airing cupboard.
AREA The waterside village of Oreston is a suburb of Plymstock and overlooks the Cattewater.
It offers a wide mix of housing from pre-war semis, bungalows, individual new builds, an estate of modern homes as well as Victorian terraces.
The village has much to offer, including Oreston Quay which comprises of two public slipways and a green, along with a selection of small shops and services, a pub and a popular junior school.
The South West Coast Path runs through Oreston and Morrisons superstore is within walking distance.
Fun fact - A limestone area Oreston was well known for its quarries, which uncovered prehistoric remains of animals such as rhinos and lions. Stone from Oreston's quarries was used in the construction of Plymouth Breakwater and in the building of the fourth Eddystone Lighthouse. The name Oreston is said to be derived its link with the quarries - ores town.