2 bedroom semi-detached house for saleWringsdown, Yeolmbridge, Launceston
Sold STC £225,000
- Charming period semi-detached cottage
- Well maintained retaining charm & character
- Exposed beams and double glazing
- Private rear garden extending to 250' in length
- EPC: F/35
A charming period semi-detached cottage in a delightful rural setting with extensive gardens adjoining onto open farmland.
Semi-detached 2 bedroom, 2 reception room cottage retaining alot of charm and character including exposed beams whilst benefitting from modern day conveniences including uPVC double glazing throughout. Private rear garden over 250' in length, off-road parking, detached garage & adjoining workshop.
COUNCIL TAX BAND:
13.11ft x 12.2ft
Double glazed door to front. Double glazed window to front with wooden window seat. Feature stone open fire with slate hearth (currently not used). Electric storage heater. Beamed ceiling.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING:
Double glazed window to side.
12.4ft x 10.11ft
Double glazed window to front. Built-in wardrobe cupboards.
11.4ft x 9.0ft
Double glazed window to side. Electric storage heater. This room has a sloping ceiling towards the rear with reduced head-height in parts.
To the front of the property is concrete tarmac area with parking for 2 cars.
19.6ft x 13.6ft
Up and over door. Electric light and power connected.
9.7ft x 6.1ft
Electric light and power connected. Door to garden.
A particular feature of this property is this delightful rear garden measing in excess of 250' in length, mainly laid to lawn with inset shrubs and trees throughout. Immediately to the rear of the property is a paved patio area with inset fish pond and a variety of flower and shrub beds. A very private rear garden enclosed by hedges and adjoining farmland to the side and rear boundary.
This small village in Cornwall is just two and a half miles north of Launceston. The Grade II listed Scheduled Ancient Monument "Yeolm Bridge" was built around 1350 and spans the River Ottery. The bridge is considered to be the oldest surviving & best built of medieval Cornish bridges.
Via double glazed door to:
Tiled floor. Built-in storage cupboards. Tiled walls. Plumbing for washing machine. Door through to bathroom. Door to kitchen.
Coloured suite comprising panelled bath with electric 'Triton' shower unit over, fitted shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Two and a half walls fully tiled. Electric storage heater. Double glazed window to side.
12.5ft x 9.4ft
Single drainer one and a quarter bowl coloured sink unit inset in worktop. Range of fitted worktops with cupboards, drawers and voids under. Fitted wall cupboards. Tiled floor. Local tiling around worktops. Electric storage heater. Built-in airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and immersion heater. Exposed beamed ceiling. Double aspect double glazed windows.
11.4ft x 9.1ft
Double glazed French doors to rear garden. Electric storage heater. Beamed ceiling. Understairs storage cupboard. Staircase leading to first floor. Door to:
Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) graphs
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