- Home of Distinction
- Popular Village Location
- Close to Bodmin Moor
- Between Liskeard and Launceston
- Attractive Low Maintenance Gardens
- Garden Shed and Storage
- Short Walk to Local Pub & Church
- Beautifully Presented
- Wealth of Charm & Character / EPC Exempt
Beautifully presented double fronted period house situated in the heart of a popular village location.
The village offers basic local amenities including public house and the church and the nearby towns of Launceston, Liskeard and Callington are all easily accessible by car. The A30 corridor is approximately fifteen minutes' drive away and offers access to the main arterial route through Cornwall and into Devon and the cities of Truro, Exeter and Plymouth are all approximately an hour's drive away offering comprehensive retail and commerce centres. The open expanses of Bodmin Moors, as well as the North and South coasts are also easily accessible by car.
This attractive grade II listed property has been sympathetically restored and modernised by the current owner and finished to a high standard with many of the original features having been retained including exposed beams, stone fireplaces and slate flagstone flooring throughout the majority of the ground floor. The property enjoys timber window seats.
The large multi-pane sash windows have been replaced in more recent years with handcrafted replacements and the property benefits from LPG heating. There is on street parking to the front of the property and to the rear is an attractive south facing garden area predominantly paved with an attractive sun terrace and barbecue/eating area with well-planted raised beds. Further gated access leads to another area of garden with a useful log store and large storage shed. During the summer months, this is a private sun trap with pleasant rooftop and country views beyond.