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Forming part of a small and select gated development, this waterside town house enjoys water views, with exceptionally well-presented accommodation. EPC Band C. It is truly a ‘turnkey’ home with the added benefit of fibre optic to the property, that is gigabit broadband enabled.
Situation - Located in an iconic and strategic position on the east side of Plymouth Sound, this spectacular house enjoys an important landmark position on the City's waterfront. The site is one of the main features on the approach to Plymouth by water, but equally it is a landmark position in the important vista from Plymouth Hoe Promenade and The Barbican and beside the historic Mount Batten artillery tower, dating from 1652.
The South West Coast Path runs beside the property and not only leads to the nearby village area of Turnchapel to the north but also the open hillsides of Jennycliff and beaches at Bovisand, and National Trust owned countryside, to the east side of Plymouth Sound. Watersport attractions dominate here with the award winning Mount Batten Watersports Centre, Plymouth Yacht Haven Marina with extensive and superb facilities, Queen Anne's Battery (home of the Royal Western Yacht Club) and the Mayflower Steps.
By road the approach is via the urban road through Plymstock. A water taxi links the property across to the historic Mayflower Steps and Plymouth's Barbican. The A38 lies about 5 miles away giving access to the M5 at Exeter within about 50 minutes' average driving time. Bristol is about 2 hours away by road and London about 4 hours. The regular train service from Plymouth (London Paddington) is on average between 3 and 31/2 hours. There is also an important cross channel ferry link from Plymouth to Roscoff in Brittany and Santander in Northern Spain.
Description - Situated on the popular Mount Batten peninsula, 'Spinnaker Quay' was built approx. 20 years ago on the site of the historic RAF Mount Batten Air Base. This turnkey family home forms part of a small select gated development of marine homes. The property enjoys wonderful water views across the busy waters of the mouth of the Plymouth Sound, where commercial shipping vies with yachts and pleasure craft. The house is a short stroll from the well-regarded Plymouth Yacht Haven with its wide range of facilities including bar and restaurant.
The property is exceptionally well presented with accommodation over three levels, with plenty of built in storage. It also benefits from new laminate flooring and carpets plus newly fitted blinds and curtains throughout.
The first-floor sitting room enjoys the benefit of a full-width balcony and sea views, plus the best views in Plymouth of the annual firework championships every August. The master suite has a dressing room and ensuite shower room. There is study or optional 4th bedroom on the ground floor.
Accommodation - This fine waterside home offers spacious accommodation. Approached from a secure gated court yard with CCTV and protected by electronic gates and intercom system. The house itself offers sensibly laid out and flexible accommodation over three floors with 3 or 4 bedrooms.
A welcoming hallway, with access to the study or bedroom 4 and cloakroom/WC, leads to a spacious, newly fitted, modern kitchen with Insinkerator boiling water tap, bespoke splash backs and plenty of room for a dining table. French doors open to a beautifully sheltered and sunny terrace.
To the first floor there is a spacious sitting room with a floating TV unit and a wall of glass, with doors opening to a generous balcony which is perfect to watch the beautiful sunsets with a glass of something chilled or watching the boats sail around the Plymouth Sound.
At the other side of the house there is the master bedroom with ensuite facilities and useful dressing room with walk in wardrobe area.
Spread over the upper floor are two further double bedrooms with built in wardrobes, which share the family bathroom.
Gardens And Grounds – On the ground floor outside there is a sunny terrace and on the first floor a good-sized balcony. There is an allocated parking space plus visitor parking available.
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 passing Hooe Lake on the right-hand side and the signs to Turnchapel. When reaching Lawrence Road continue to the gated entrance on the right-hand side.
Service Charge - The property is subject to a very reasonable maintenance charge (currently £70.00 per calendar month) to cover the upkeep of the external areas of the development.