This apartment in a former hotel dates back 200 years to the 1800s and could now be yours for £195,000.
Flat 2 is a ground floor apartment in Mount Plym, a converted hotel on Plymouth Road that was built in Victorian times.
Although records are unclear as to exactly when it was built, it was in use as a hotel in 1834, later being converted into residential accommodation.
The apartment features many period features from its original construction, such as high ceilings, sash windows and coving.
The building is double fronted with three windows, as well as a segmental-arched, architraved doorway and a half-glazed door
It features a Welsh slate roof with rendered stacks and projecting bracketed eaves, and giant rusticated pilasters between bays.
From the communal entrance hall the door for number two opens into its entrance hall where there are doors to the living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.
Outside of the property Mount Plym is approached via a private drive from Plymouth Road. There is a large shared lawned garden to the left of the drive and to the rear of the property is the parking area where number two has its own allocated space.
The apartment is being marketed by Woods Homes for £195,000.
Vicki of Woods Homes said: “A spacious one bedroom apartment situated on the ground floor, this Grade II listed converted Victorian building is within easy reach of the town centre and amenities with communal gardens and an allocated parking space.”
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